Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Healing Rocks and Miracle Mushrooms

I have mentioned a little about Waiora's new product: Agarigold, so now, I want to brag about another product which I have nicknamed: 'Healing rocks'. Actually, that is not an original nickname. When I was researching Waiora's 'Natural Cellular Defense', I read that the Chinese used to call this particular zeolite, "Healing rocks', from the volcanic lava it comes from. There is powerful healing in a multitude of natural products. We have only just begun to discover some of these.
I have only to look at: www.zeoliteinfo.com to get a glimpse of how Natural Cellular Defense has changed lives.

Miracle mushroom

I cannot believe Waiora has launched this newest product!!
It is a hybrid of the Agaricus mushroom that is now extinct in its' native land of Brasil. It is certified organic in the US and Japan.
In a word, this product is: PHENOMENAL. THIS will be the product to put Waiora into 'momentum'. I cannot wait until I can work at home full time, especially with the gift of having 3 exclusive products. For any doubters, just look up the agaricus blazeii mushroom and take a gander at some of the studies done. This is huge when you look at how much it is able to fight cancer, alone; not to mention the fact that this is THE MOST POWERFUL SUPERFOOD on the market. Awesome.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Virginia Tech tragedy and anti-depressants

Newstarget has an opinion today about this tragedy and the fact that the shooter was reported to have been on anti-depressants: www.newstarget.com/021798.html . I am not sure what I think of this opinion. I believe that there are times when PERHAPS a person may need to be on anti-depressants FOR A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.
I am not a fan of pharmaceuticals,...I think there are too many that are harmful AND that there is a pyramid scheme of sorts with some in the medical community and 'Big Pharma'.
At any rate, I know that there are some good things being done in medicine today and I continue to work for a large medical center here at home. I look forward to the day when I can work Waiora full time at home.
As a parent of 2 children who will be leaving for college before too long, my heart is with those who have lost so much in this tragedy.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Hey there

I haven't posted anything in over a month. Alot has happened, and we've been a little bit 'stretched'. My mother passed away February 9. While I have known for about 3 years now that my mother could die suddenly, I was not ready. I don't know that you ever really could be ready for something like this. I am thankful that my mother is not suffering any more and that she is at peace. I truly believe that, and I think that is what has helped me deal with this and the other things going on in my family right now. I have a sister-in-law who is battling cancer and a brother-in-law who suffered a small brain hemorrhage when he was struck by a line drive while pitching batting practice for his high school baseball team.
Needless to say, I have been praying alot. I am thankful for my husband and daughters and all the ways in which we are blessed. I worry about my dad, who is now left behind, and how to best care for him. I know that all the answers will come at the right time. I continue to pray for wisdom. I hope all is well with everyone out there.
Later, Scout

Monday, February 5, 2007

Groundhog day and the Super Bowl

Well now, the groundhog, Stanley, or whatever his name is, DID NOT see his shadow,...SO, Spring is a-comin' and Winter be endin'!! OK, I always say I'll believe it when I see it. Here in Oklahoma-land, we have had a really cold winter; I am not sure that I believe it's over.
On to subject 2:
How about them Colts?
I thought it was a messy, clumsy, but overall good game. I'm happy for the Colts. I thought Chicago's success would depend on how Grossman played, and it did. I thought he was not sharp at all. I am impressed about how the Colts ran the football, and their play calling. Although, I must admit that I and my husband both thought Indy was getting way too conservative after halftime.
Congrats to Peyton for winning the big one;

Whiny kids

I am finally proven right.
Whiny kids are just flat out harmful to your health. Not only is your 'crap tolerance' stretched, NOW we know that those of us with kids eat less healthy than those without. The reason: (As per the author of the story):"Too many adults are whipped into foolish dietary practices by their children. They need to stop giving in to whining children influenced by television advertising and start making informed nutritional choices for the whole family," Adams said. "Children will eat healthy food if you stop buying the processed junk food. It's all a matter of standing your ground on issues of health and nutrition."
Let's also talk parenting: Stand your ground and be consistent!
Here's the article:www.newstarget.com/020967.html
Have a great day contemplating your dietary future and the whiny response you will get with any and every attempt to eat healthier!! Dare to be Great!!

Friday, February 2, 2007

Fiber to treat cholesterol

Here is an article about Big Pharmaceuticals and the false claims they make. I alluded to this in one of my first postings. I wish they were held accountable for their deceptions. Here's the link: www.newstarget.com/021526.html