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Nov 22

“You are what you eat…”

You have heard that statement many times growing up – but I always dismissed it. Lately I”m beginning to realize just how real it is.  Sometimes these simple sayings are the ones that mean the most.  We are very much what we eat.  If you eat nothing buy sugary and fatty foods, chances are you are overweight and unhealthy; whereas if you eat nothing but vegetables and fruit, chances are you are thin and healthy.  This isn’t always the case, but more times than not it is.  The key is balance obviously.

What troubles me the most is the small role nutrition plays in the field of medicine.  Considering how important your nutrition and diet is to your health, you would think that nutrition would be the keystone of curriculum in Medical Schools… think again!  Of the random ten medical schools I have evaluated online, only one had a “Nutrition and Exercise Physiology” type department, class, or focus area…

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Mar 14

Several of us can remember our dreams in the morning, some can remember them more vividly than others and most haven”t recalled a dream in years. Why is this? Why do others remember and others don”t even think about it? Shouldn”t Dream Recall be an important skill to learn? I mean, dreams are a significant part of our life and if we take the time to analyze them, we can learn a lot about ourselves. Our unfulfilled desires, our hidden fears, our pure emotions about ourselves and others. It is our subconscious – unshielded from our waking day-to-day conscious monitoring our behavior, thoughts, and emotions.

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Jul 30

Believe me, don’t believe me. I don’t care.

Facts to disprove, while proof is not real.

Agenda, Authority, Control, Order.

Propagated realism and a question in every corner.

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