Farewell to Eden

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I was so devastated to hear the news a few weeks ago, that Return to Eden would be closing it’s doors. This is why it’s so important to support local business! This turn of events is a testament to the reality that businesses, especially small, local ones, cannot operate without (financial) support from the community. Businesses need downright money to stay open. And when people are busy spending their money on McDonald’s, or even Subway thinkin they’re doin somethin, they are literally taking funding out of the hands of those businesses run by the people who live and breathe right next to them and care about many similar things that they care about, and, putting them into the hands of faceless corporations whose entire operation destroys the human system.

Return to Eden is one of the only places where you can get certain affordable, organic products like bulk grains, real maple syrup, and a wide assortment of vegan products which I love! It was one of my favorite places to get vegan mayo, vegan deli meat, and gluten free bread for sandwiches on my random, once or twice a year premenstrual junk food binges. I also love how accessible and involved in the community they were. I’ve taught classes there on conscious eating and shopping among others who have held nutritional, yoga, or pre-natal events there as well. Return to Eden was such a great resource and it will be sorely missed.

What’s next? Arden’s Garden? Sweet Auburn Curb Market and all of it’s glorious shops and food stands?! The takeover is so subtle and overwhelming, you never know from one day to the next what will be available in the nearest town. So I urge you, dear friends, please support your local businesses, especially if they stand for something truly beneficial to the community, and if you are in the Atlanta area please try and make a visit to Return to Eden to support them in their final days. Please also continue to support places like Dekab Farmer’s Market, Piedmont Farmer’s Market, Sevenanda Co-op, Arden’s Garden, and the list goes on these are some of my all time favorites but honestly Atlanta has so many options for health conscious local business. If you’re not in Atlanta, explore your local town as well for health conscious, alternative options. You’d be surprised how many awesome people are out there running local business, struggling to survive because they don’t have the marketing power to compete with the likes of Pepsi or KFC, or even to buy up retail space like a Kroger.

This is what being a conscious shopper looks like, and this is why it is so required. This is what results in people looking the other way.

Natural Cures for PMS (By nerissairving.com)

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Buckwheat: It’s high in bioflavonoids and can reduce heavy bleeding when taken with vitamin C. Try it in buckwheat pancakes. Fruits, nuts, and seeds are high in bioflavonoids, too.

Citrus fruits: Eat or drink with your meals to enhance iron absorption into the body, since iron is easily depleted during menstruation.

Dried apricots: These are high in iron, which is important during menstruation because iron supplies can be depleted with heavy bleeding. Other iron-rich foods are: liver, legumes, shellfish, and fortified breads and cereals.

Water: Drink plenty of it. Dehydration can cause the body to produce a hormone called vasopressin that contributes to cramps.

Basil: This can relieve some of the normal pain associated with menstruation because it contains caffeic acid, which has an analgesic, or pain-killing, effect. Thyme is also high in caffeic acid. Use it as a spice in cooking meat and vegetables or Italian dishes. Or steep the herb into tea, adding 2 tablespoons thyme or basil leaves to 1 pint boiling water. Cover tightly and let cool to room temperature. Drink 1/2 to 1 cup an hour for painful menstruation.

Cinnamon: This has anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties that relieve cramps. Use as a tea, or sprinkle on toast or sweet rolls. If you have a heavy period, drinking cinnamon tea the day before or during your period may help.

Fennel: Another cramp cure, this spice promotes better circulation to the ovaries. Crush 1 teaspoon fennel seeds into a powder. Add to 1 cup boiling water, steep five minutes, strain, and drink hot.

Ginger: This is a cramp reliever, and as an added bonus it sometimes can make irregular periods regular. Use in cookies, cake, and candy or as a spice in vegetables and stir-fries. Tea may be the most effective form, however: put 1/2 teaspoon in 1 cup boiling water, and drink three times a day.

Mint: Either peppermint or wintergreen can relieve cramps. Steep into a tea and drink a cup or two a day. Try sucking on mint candy, too.

Mustard: A tablespoon or two of powdered mustard in a basin of nice warm water can relieve cramps, but don’t drink it. Soak your feet in it to reap the relaxing effects.

Source: http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/natural-medicine/home-remedies/home-remedies-for-menstrual-problems1.htm

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“Anecdotal evidence suggests that Borage Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, and Black Currant Seed Oil work in some women to reduce prostaglandins. Essential fatty acids promote the production of the prostaglandins that help the uterus contract without causing cramping, says Merrell.”

Source : http://abcnews.go.com/m/story?id=4256403

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Be Kind or Nah?

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BE KIND….. OR NAH?

By: Dawn Montgomery-Greene

Dawn4Green@Gmail.com

 

I am one of those people who if I really support you then I am overly supportive and I brag about you every chance I get! I found out about @KindSnacks on Instagram one day as I was in my favorite @WholeFoodsMarket. I decided to pick up a few of the bars that did not have chocolate and they had cranberry in them. I love cranberries and after my Tierra Goes Green experience I pay close attention to what I eat all the way down to my snacks I enjoy daily. The concept of this brand is colorful and it has its own movement in the community. That is a WIN-WIN for me!

Now I’ve been enjoying the brand for about three months until I decided to try another type of granola bar they have.

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Ever since I gave up my three to four daily Starbucks drinks I’ve searched all over to find a snack that can curb my caramel craving. I thought this would do it and I bought a box of them. I ate one a day and there were about four to five bars in the box. I bought an extra two just in case I wanted to eat more than one. After one week of eating these granola bars I noticed I began to feel like my sinuses were running. If you’ve been in the Tierra Goes Green program then you understand that DAIRY is a NO-NO! Our alternative is Almond or Coconut milk. I went back to check what I ate during the week and what I had to drink. NO DAIRY. So I thought. I looked at my last Caramel Almond & Sea Salt ingredients information and there it was:

ALLERGEN INFORMATION- CONTAINS ALMONDS AND MILK

I was PISSED! I ate these (almost two a day) and after day four I began to feel as if I was getting a cold. It was the mysterious MILK in the granola bar. So as the loyal customer I am I went to Instagram and Twitter to talk about it. I decided to tweet @KindSnacks about what TYPE of milk was in some of their granola bars. (This made me immediately go in my pantry to check the other 50 bars of Kind I had and because they had blueberry, cranberry, almond and/or coconut there was NO MILK! PRAISE GOD!) The response I received after tweeting them ticked me off even more. It took me almost five days to find out what type of MILK is in the granola bars that have caramel, chocolate, vanilla and/or yogurt in them. I shared about four to five DMs on Twitter and about four emails with the @KindSnacks folks! I was like, “SERIOUSLY HOW COME YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT TYPE OF MILK IS IN THESE GRANOLA BARS!?” I love how their Ingredients are things you can pronounce and you can recognize right off the bat! But this sneaking MILK into the ingredients is not fair! I feel as if I didn’t do my job as a consumer and actually look deeper into what I was eating but it wasn’t until I got sick that I began to question anything.

 

I trusted this brand. I bragged about it.

I spent lots of money and my FAMILY loves their bars.

 

After completing Tierra Goes Green, I found it very hard to find snacks or even foods that I could TRUST and consume daily. The detox really cleaned my system out and WHOLE & 2% MILK are not welcomed AT ALL. Even though the amount of it didn’t kill me it did alert my body that something was entering without permission. I share this article with Tierra Goes Green program participants and those of you that follow us on social media to inform you to always READ THE LABELS! DO NOT STOP! I still buy Kind products and I still love them. I just cannot get over how on their website there is no real mention of MILK until you see the Allergen Information. I have to share my experience because once you choose the healthy fit lifestyle you may feel as if your options are limited. They are not and it is very important for us to continue to pay close attention to what we eat and drink daily in our journeys. Until next time….. READ THE DANG LABELS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Be your master of Time Management

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Time management is the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities, especially to increaseeffectivenessefficiency or productivity.

It is a meta-activity with the goal to maximize the overall benefit of a set of other activities within the boundary condition of a limited amount of time.

Time management may be aided by a range of skills, tools, and techniques used to manage time when accomplishing specific tasks, projects, and goals complying with a due date. Initially, time management referred to just business or work activities, but eventually the term broadened to include personal activities as well. A time management system is a designed combination of processes, tools, techniques, and methods. Time management is usually a necessity in any project development as it determines the project completion time and scope.

The major themes arising from the literature on time management include the following:

  • Creating an environment conducive to effectiveness
  • Setting of priorities
  • Carrying out activity around those priorities
  • The related process of reduction of time spent on non-priorities
  • Incentives to modify behavior to ensure compliance with time-related deadlines.

Time management has been considered to be a subset of different concepts such as:

  • Project management. Time Management can be considered to be a project management subset and is more commonly known as project planning and project scheduling. Time Management has also been identified as one of the core functions identified in project management.[1]
  • Attention management: Attention Management relates to the management of cognitive resources, and in particular the time that humans allocate their mind (and organize the minds of their employees) to conduct some activities.
  • Personal knowledge management

 

Take hold of your own life. See that the whole existence is celebrating. These trees are not serious, these birds are not serious. The rivers and the oceans are wild, and everywhere there is fun, everywhere there is joy and delight. Watch existence, listen to the existence and become part of it.

Osho

 

 

PROTEIN (By Joe Cross star of Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead)

 

It’s been three years since Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead hit the world stage – time flies when you’re having fun! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been around the world, nor how many people I’ve had the good fortune to shake hands with or take selfies with. I can’t tell you how many people have tried a Rebootand been successful; equally I can’t tell you how many people have tried and not been able to make it through the first few days.

In other words, there’s a lot I don’t know – but there is one thing I can tell you I’ve learned along this journey: the fascination that people have with the word protein when it comes to juicing! I would say that at nearly every public talk or event I have given, the question I have been asked the most is “will I be getting enough protein on a juice fast, Joe?

So, over the last three years I have been working very closely with a group of nutritionists, doctors and scientists that make up the Reboot with Joe Medical Advisory Board. I’ve learned a lot about how our bodies work, including the role of protein. As you know, for my original 60-day Reboot, and all Reboots I have done since then, I have never used a protein supplement. But what works for me doesn’t necessarily work for everybody. So, here is a bunch of information about protein and the new protein guidelines we are adopting at Reboot with Joe.

What is protein, and why do we need it?
Proteins are the building blocks of life. Every cell in the human body contains protein: it is a major part of our skin, muscles, organs, and glands. We need protein in our diets to help our bodies repair cells and to make new ones.

How much protein we need to eat each day varies by individual and changes with age, activity level and health conditions – no one size fits all. If you have concerns about your specific situation, you can discuss requirements with your doctor.

As a guideline, the US Dietary Reference Intake (DRI)/Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for protein is 46 grams each day for adult women and 56 grams each day for men, while the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey found that the average American male consumes 102 grams of protein per day and the average female eats about 70 grams.

What about protein on a Reboot?
Just about every type of food has protein, and the average Western diet contains a lot of protein. People tend to think only of animal products as providing protein, but in fact many plant-based foods (avocado, beet greens, broccoli and kale just to name a few) contain a surprisingly high amount. In fact, my juice-plus-eating Reboot plan may contain over 40 grams of protein per day.

Reboot is a short-term diet designed to lead to healthier eating habits, not a long-term meal plan. The average protein intake from your daily Reboot juices is approximately 20-30 grams per day and it is unlikely that a healthy person would develop a protein deficiency during a short Reboot.

However, a small percentage of people who commit to an extended Reboot – typically 30 days or more – may experience side effects like decreased energy or temporary hair loss or thinning as a result of lowered protein intake. Neither of these are life threatening but hair loss can be alarming! Because of this, my Medical Advisory Board currently recommends that Rebooters add a plant-based protein to their daily juice intake if they are Rebooting longer than 15 days, live a very active lifestyle, have certainhealth conditions, or exercise often.

What are the best protein sources on a Reboot?
There are several ways you can add a plant-based protein to your Reboot:

Vegan Protein Powders: Pea or Rice
Even foods we typically think of as carbohydrates such as rice or peas contain protein. The protein component can be isolated and processed into a powder form, giving us an easy and effective way to supplement protein on a Reboot.

Most protein powders are developed for use in smoothies and not juices, and so they have added flavoring and sweeteners. When buying a protein powder, take a look at the ingredient list and try to choose one with low to no sugar and free of artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners or preservatives.

Although it varies by manufacturer, on average, pea or rice protein powders provide 15-25 grams of protein/serving.

Whole Food Sources
If you can’t find a suitable protein or don’t you don’t want to buy one, the following are also good sources of protein that can be added to your juice:

  • Chia seeds – these seeds swell when soaked in liquid and make a gel consistency in juice, so it’s all about texture when considering this addition to your juice! 1 oz provides about 4 grams of protein.
  • Ground flax seeds – these seeds are easier for your body to digest when ground (whole flax seeds may pass through your intestine undigested), and will add a grittier texture to juice. 1 oz provides about 5 grams of protein.
    Flax seeds do contain phytoestrogens, so anyone with a history of a hormone related health conditions may want to limit or skip this choice.
  • Hemp seeds – these seeds provide a nutty flavor but also add a gritty texture to your juice. 1 oz provides about 10 grams of protein.
  • Spirulina – is a blue-green freshwater algae that has a strong flavor that may take some getting used to; I’d suggest you start with a small amount! 1 tablespoon provides about 4 gm of protein.

Reboot with Joe Protein Powder
When I started looking for a protein powder to include on longer Reboots, I wanted one that would dissolve well in juice with no added sweeteners, colors or flavors – but I couldn’t find what I wanted. So,I’ve made my own!

The Reboot with Joe Protein Powder is a combination of pea and rice protein, enhanced with the nutrients my Medical Advisory Board recommends may be useful on a longer Reboot: zinc, biotin, and Vitamin D3. One serving contains 16g protein, which is the equivalent of 2 eggs, 2 oz meat or fish, or 1 cup of beans or quinoa. It is now available for purchase.

Recommended Amounts
Regardless of which source you decide to use to supplement your protein, if you are of average health, size and moderate activity levels, we recommend an additional 15 to 20 grams of protein a day if on a juice only program of 15 days or longer.

 

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6 Steps to Emotional Mastery

THE 6 STEPS TO EMOTIONAL MASTERY

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    • instinctive or intuitive feeling as distinguished from reasoning or knowledge.
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1) Identify What You’re Really Feeling

When you’re experiencing this negative emotion or Action Signal, ask yourself,“What am I really feeling right now?”

Get clarity on the emotion.  “Am I feeling angry, or is it something else?”

2) Acknowledge And Appreciate Your Emotions, Knowing They Support You

Be thankful they are sending you a message. Cultivate the feeling of appreciation for all your emotions. They are there to serve you.

3) Get Curious About The Message This Emotion Is Offering You

Getting curious helps you master your emotion, solve the challenge, and prevent the same problem from occurring in the future.

Here’s some Empowering Questions to find the empowering meaning in any negative emotion or situation:

  1. a) What else could this mean?
  2. b) What can I learn from this?
  3. c) How do I want to feel?
  4. d) What would I have to believe to feel that way right now?
  5. e) What am I willing to do about it right now?

4) Get Confident

The fastest, simplest, and most powerful way to handle any emotion is to remember a time when you felt a similar emotion and realize that you’ve successfully handled this emotion before.

If you handled it in the past, you can handle it again today.

Ask yourself, “What did I do back then to deal with this emotion?”

If you do the same things, you will get similar results.

5) Get Certain You Can Handle This Not Only Today, But In The Future As Well

Again, you want to remember the ways you’ve handled this negative emotion in the past, and rehearse handling situations where this Action Signal would come up in the future.

Ask yourself, “What are 3-4 ways I could change my perception when an Action Signal comes up?”

Here’s a few suggestions:

To change your perception, ask yourself, “What else could this mean?” or “What’s great about this?”

Another great question would be, “What can I do now to feel the way I want?”

At first your brain might say, “NOTHING!” But if you push yourself and keep asking, you will come up with an answer.

6) Get Excited And Take Action

The final step is to get excited of the fact that you can easily handle this emotion and take some action right away to prove that you’ve handled it.

And when is the best time to handle an emotion?

When you first begin to feel it!

You want to kill the monster while it’s little.

Obviously, to know how to master your emotions takes practice.  The more that you use these 6 steps to emotional mastery, the better you will get at mastering your emotions.

BloodType… By (OrganicOlivia.com)

Not everyone agrees on this, but personally, I’ve had fabulous results with the Blood Type Diet. I say this solely based off of my own experience. My friend Jessica is an M.D., (some of you may know her as “mdkygirl”) and is also a huge fan of the blood type diet. She recommends it to her patients all the time. Her blood type, A, is best suited for a vegetarian/pescatarian diet. She eats vegetarian and absolutely thrives that way. I’m blood type O, the only blood type that uses meat as “medicine.” As soon as I stopped eating a vegan diet and reintroduced meat I felt better. As soon as she cut it out – she did too. We are all so unique, and that’s what makes us a beautiful, diverse human race.

Pros and Cons of Different Diets:
As I said previously, bioindividuality is key. There is no one diet for all humans, and there are pros and cons that come with being vegan vs. being omnivore.
Pros of a Vegan Diet:
- Cruelty free lifestyle
- Reduces environmental damage
- Reduces pollution
- Reduces water wasting across the planet
- Has been shown to lower cholesterol and blood pressure
- Highly suitable for blood type A
- Highly suitable for those from a tropical climate
- Highly suitable for those who tend toward heat in the body or “yin deficiency”
- Suitable for “slow oxidizers” (Dr. Kelley)
- Promotes self-control
- Encourages a high fruit/vegetable intake
- Can detox the body
- Strong sense of support within the vegan community
Cons of a Vegan Diet:
- Missing key nutrients such as retinol, carnosine, creatine, DHA, B12
- You MUST eat Natto (fermented soybeans) on a vegan diet in order to get Vitamin K2, there is no other option
- Not suitable for blood type O
- Not suitable for those whose ancestors were in arctic climates and survived primarily on meat instead of fruit (think Eskimos and whale blubber, they can no longer digest carbohydrates)
- Not suitable for anyone who is too cold or has “yang deficiency,” especially kidney yang deficiency
- Difficult to ensure you are getting every single nutrient all of the time, takes a lot of research to do it right
- Legumes and beans are high in phytic acid, an anti-nutrient that leeches other nutrients from the body
Pros of an Omnivorous Diet:
- Meat, especially organ meat, is nutrient-dense
- Highly suitable for blood type O
- Highly suitable for those from a Mediterranean, Arctic, Nordic climate
- Suitable for “fast oxidizers” (Dr. Kelley)
- K2, highly available in animal foods, can heal cavities
- Suitable for blood type B and AB as well (lesser amounts of meat than O)
- Can heal kidney yang deficiency/yang deficiency since meat is incredibly yang
- Provides essential nutrients such as bioavailable A, D, K2, etc.
- Provides essential bioavailable co-factors crucial to digesting nutrients
- Allows you to eat unique, medicinal foods such as honey, bone broth, grass-fed butter, organs, glands, fermented cod liver oil
Cons of an Omnivorous Diet:
- Involves taking a life (Many debate this is part of the cycle of life. Others debate plants are also sentient beings, see “Secret Life of Plants”)
- Can interfere with Karma for those following a Buddhist life path.
- Most meat is factory farmed and fed GMOs which makes animals sick, so you must take extra care to find a farmer you trust and also must spend extra money
- Many Westerners tend to overeat meat, which can lead to heart disease and other disorders
- Not suitable for blood type A
- It takes a large amount of resources and land to raise livestock
- Contributes to pollution and water consumption
I can only hope that everyone finds a diet that is suitable for them. I choose to be tolerant of all paths and choices, and am willing to try everything once. Some of my nearest and dearest friends eat a vegan diet, and I am in no way suggesting that a vegan diet is unhealthy. I can’t stress it enough – we are all different and all have different nutritional requirements. This is my story… I would love to hear yours :)
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Lychees

Lychees:

Lychees are a superfruit that are revered around the world for their delicious flavor and their numerous health promoting properties. They are a rich source of vitamin C and B-complex which help to boost the immune system, protect against inflammation, and aid the body in metabolizing carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Lychees contain a compound called oligonol which has powerful anti-viral properties and are highly beneficial for those suffering with colds, flu, fever, swollen glands, or sore throat. Lychees have the reputation of being able to help the most stubborn of coughs and provide significant respiratory relief from congestion and chronic coughs. They also contains flavonoids which can help to prevent the growth of cancer cells as well as reduce the size of tumors. Lychees are packed with antioxidants that are known to help reduce weight, improve circulation, and protect the body from aging and disease. Lychees also contain unique compounds that help to eliminate candida. They are a good source of copper, iron, zinc, selenium, and potassium which can help to nourish the blood and increase energy levels. Lychees have a rough raspberry colored skin that can be easily peeled off to expose the juicy grape like fruit inside. Inside the juicy flesh is a shiny brown seed that should be discarded. The fruit is sweet and refreshing and is thoroughly enjoyed by children and adults alike. Fresh lychees are often found in the supermarket between July-October, but the fruit can also be found anytime of the year in the form of juices, jams, jellies, and sorbet. Dried or frozen lychee can also be found in speciality markets while healing lychee fruit extract can be found in capsule, tincture, tea, and liquid form online or at your local health food store.

Organic Lychee White Tea: http://amzn.to/1xIgv2R

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<p>Lychees are a superfruit that are revered around the world for their delicious flavor and their numerous health promoting properties. They are a rich source of vitamin C and B-complex which help to boost the immune system, protect against inflammation, and aid the body in metabolizing carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Lychees contain a compound called oligonol which has powerful anti-viral properties and are highly beneficial for those suffering with colds, flu, fever, swollen glands, or sore throat. Lychees have the reputation of being able to help the most stubborn of coughs and provide significant respiratory relief from congestion and chronic coughs. They also contains flavonoids which can help to prevent the growth of cancer cells as well as reduce the size of tumors. Lychees are packed with antioxidants that are known to help reduce weight, improve circulation, and protect the body from aging and disease. Lychees also contain unique compounds that help to eliminate candida. They are a good source of copper, iron, zinc, selenium, and potassium which can help to nourish the blood and increase energy levels. Lychees have a rough raspberry colored skin that can be easily peeled off to expose the juicy grape like fruit inside. Inside the juicy flesh is a shiny brown seed that should be discarded. The fruit is sweet and refreshing and is thoroughly enjoyed by children and adults alike. Fresh lychees are often found in the supermarket between July-October, but the fruit can also be found anytime of the year in the form of juices, jams, jellies, and sorbet. Dried or frozen lychee can also be found in speciality markets while healing lychee fruit extract can be found in capsule, tincture, tea, and liquid form online or at your local health food store.</p><br />
<p>Organic Lychee White Tea: http://amzn.to/1xIgv2R

 

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Health is more than just the lack of illness….health is aliveness, energy, joy. You dont have to be sick to get better. Health is not just for the body. Health includes the mind, the emotions, and the spirit of the whole person. 
Health is the amount of vibrant, peaceful, loving energy flowing through your being. 
 
 This program is about detoxifying the whole self, from the body, to organs, to even the mind itself, and losing weight is a natural occurrence of the discipline. 
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@Lov_Byrd is COMPLETELY off her Lupus Meds in less than a year with the support of the #tierraGoesGreen Team

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Willie Wallace has lost over 30lbs on the his customized #TierraGoesGreen Program

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Monyetta Shaw and Christina Johnson of VH1s Atlanta Ex’s are a public example of women supporting women! Both with full support and encouragement of the #TierraGoesGreen team

 
Please UNDERSTAND THIS PROGRAM IS NOT A DIET.

It is a LIFESTYLE Language Program
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      any nonverbal method of expression or communication.
    2. the system of communication used by a particular community.
    ​You will be learning the LANGUAGE of yourself!​
In addition to a healthy regimen of fresh organic produce, either juiced or in raw form, I also incorporate a full body cleansing herbal tonic and Herbal supplements, suggested reading materials, and even certain lifestyle habits for the full effect of my detox program.

 We work in a holistic way, meaning that it isn’t only about the food. 

 
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 Your career, relationships, physical activity, spirituality, etc. all play a role in what you decide to put into your body.  The consultation will finally give you an opportunity to discuss, in detail, your nutrition and life goals with a health practitioner.  No judgements, no prescription pads; just support and education.  We will discuss the provisions
 you’ve been consuming, your health goals, as well as how we can be of support to you.
In order to take control of your health, you must take control of your body as well as the everyday life decisions that effect your health.
 One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular. Why not master YOURSELF?
 
If you want to explore the benefits of the program for yourself, I can share all the information with you and cater a detox program specifically suited for your body-type and lifestyle

 we are offering consultations to serious individuals for $165

Cost of the consultation includes a complete detox program designed for your needs. Geographical location is NOT a factor! We have program participants all over the globe! Cost of the program materials (i.e. food, books, movies, kitchen appliances, workout clothes, etc) are NOT included in the $165
, however, you will incur no additional fees for all services provided after the consultation. 

 
If you’re interested

​ let the process begin! Time and energy is of the essence, and we have zero to waste.​
 
 
The power to magically transfer our lives into our greatest dreams lies waiting within us all…. Its time to UNLEASH it! Don’t wait, the time will NEVER be just Right!

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Challenge yourself to control your eating habits, to build a healthier body and thus a healthier social self. It starts at what you THINK, what you DRINK, and what you EAT… these are the keys!!!

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When you choose to let peace rule your heart, be amazed at the difference it will make. Most things worth having don’t come easy. “All revolutions are the sheerest fantasy until they happen; then they become historical inevitabilities.” I can believe in you but I can’t believe FOR you ….That’s something you gotta put forth for yourself.

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Use the spiritual energy of revolution to participate in your community, to do more than just work, eat, sleep and watch TV. Many of these ladies turned weight loss into a political act against “consumer values” and their toxic effect on body, mind, and spirit.

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It’s more than the physical…. It’s emotional, mental, and spiritual

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Strength shows not only in the ability to persist, but the ability to start over. Positive thinkers have the habit of picturing what they want…… not what they fear! What you think ….is what you get!

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