Posted by Catherine Morgan on September 24, 2009
I recently posted this on my Living With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome blog, but I thought it would be good here too.
I don’t normally recommend products on my blogs, but as a person suffering with chronic illness I know how important it is to share information that could benefit others. I started using these products about a year ago, in the hope of boosting my immune system, and increasing my energy. I believe it has done both of these things and more, I just feel so much better on the days that I use this product than on the days I don’t.
This product has the potential of benefiting your health in so many ways…And for anyone looking to generate an income, the company also offers a very simple way to do that too.
These products have really increased my quality of life.
It’s by a company called Isagenix. They have many products but I’ve been using three.
The first one is a nutritional shake. They come in Vanilla and Chocolate (and they actually taste good). Even though it is “technically” a meal replacement, I often use it as a supplement between healthy meals.
The shake contains 23 grams of the highest quality New Zealand whey and casein protein from grass-fed cows with no added hormones or antibiotics, as well as filling fiber, calcium and vitamins to support the body’s vital functions.
This perfectly balanced shake also contains Ionic Alfalfa™, our proprietary blend of 70 super-charged minerals, trace minerals and alfalfa juice. Active enzymes in each serving helps maximize the absorption of key nutrients.
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Posted by Catherine Morgan on September 22, 2009
Birthdays: How do they make you feel?
Today is my birthday. Should I be stressed because I’m getting (and looking) older? Or should I be grateful for the opportunity to have another year of life?
I know the politically correct answer is – be grateful. But truthfully, it’s more of a mixed bag for me. I admit that I like it when people tell me that I don’t look my age (even when I know they are probably lying). But at the same time, I really am thankful for every day of my life. And overall, I’m more grateful for turning 23 33 43 than stressed about getting older.
This summer I was honored to be asked to become part of The American Cancer Society’s Blogger Council. The American Cancer Society is trying to change the way women think about their birthdays through their More Birthdays Campaign…
To most people, birthdays are just a reminder that they’re getting older. But at the American Cancer Society, “Happy Birthday” is a victory song, because a world with less cancer is a world with more birthdays. And that’s definitely something to celebrate.
More than 11 million Americans who have survived cancer—and countless others who have avoided it—will celebrate a birthday this year, thanks to the progress we’re making together to help people stay well and get well, to find cures, and fight back.
So I’ve declared The American Cancer Society the official sponsor of my birthday. Here is the link to my American Cancer Society Birthday Page…
Let me know what you think, and feel free to also leave a small donation to The American Cancer Society.
Women blogging about birthdays…
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Posted by Catherine Morgan on September 20, 2009
Here are three easy tips that can help anyone become a healthier version of themselves.
via Catherine’s Top 3 Tips For Healthy Living.
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Posted by Catherine Morgan on September 15, 2009
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Posted by Catherine Morgan on September 7, 2009
Eating healthy and trying to maintain a healthy weight are important for our overall well being. But there is now growing evidence that eating anti-inflammatory foods can reduce symptoms of chronic illness and even prevent heart disease.
This is a diet plan that just about everyone can benefit from. And although this is not a weight loss diet, many people do lose weight simply because they are replacing unhealthy foods with healthier anti-inflammatory foods. The best part is…Many people begin to see benefits (such as reduced pain) within just a few weeks.
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Posted by Catherine Morgan on September 1, 2009
There was an interesting article this week in TIME magazine – Getting Real About The High Cost of Cheap Food. The article goes into detail about the harmful effects of cheap food on our environment, our finances, and ourselves.
Have you read the article?
From Choosing Raw – Nutrition in the News: The High Price of Cheap Food…
Hope you’re enjoying your start to the week. I just wanted to draw everyone’s attention to Time Magazine’s very excellent cover article this week. It details the true cost–economic, medical, cultural, environmental–of mass-produced and processed food, and it’s worth reading and sending to your loved ones A.S.A.P. The article probably won’t tell you anything you didn’t learn from Food, Inc. or The Omnivore’s Dilemma, but it’s powerful, succinct, and uncompromising. Most importantly, it’s a huge sign of progress that major newsweeklies are spreading word about the true cost of cheaply produced, high-protein diets.
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