*information obtained from African American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D Every time you exercise, your body requires extra energy, which it takes in the form of glucose in your blood. Glucose sources: grapes, blueberries, mangoes, raspberries, apples, blackberries, papaya, cherries, peaches, dates, pears and plums. Glucose is the basic source of energy for all … Continue reading When You Exercise?
*information obtained from Human Body by D.K Energy is needed for the functioning of body cells. This energy is produced by the breaking down food molecules in various chemical reactions, in particular the Krebs cycle that takes place within a cell's mitochondria. Because the energy cannot be used directly by the cell, it is stored … Continue reading How Food Provides Energy
Courtesy of Arcadio Vega A smile cost nothing but gives much. It takes but a moment, but the memory of it can last forever. None are so rich that they can get along without it. And none so poor but that they are made rich by it. It enriches those who receives, without making poor … Continue reading A Smile!
*information obtained from " The Five Dysfunctions of a TEAM" by Patrick Lencioni DID YOU KNOW: organizations fail to achieve teamwork because they unknowingly fall prey to five natural but dangerous pitfalls, which I call the five dysfunctions of a team These dysfunctions can be mistakenly interpreted as five distinct issues that can be addressed … Continue reading Five Dysfunctions of a TEAM
*information obtained from Spiritual Warfare Bible (Modern English Version) The spirit of infirmity affected a believing woman in the New Testament (LK 13:11 to 13 "11 and a woman was there who had been crippled by a spirit for eighteen years. She was bent over and could not straighten up at all. 12 When Jesus saw her, … Continue reading Twelve Root Strongholds
*information obtained from The Five Dysfunctions of a Team We have always heard that quote, "there's no I in team" but we never heard the explanation to it. In most sports, there is a clear score at the end of the game that determines whether you succeeded or failed. There's little room for subjective, interpretive … Continue reading There’s No “I” in Team
*information obtained from Eight Weeks to Optimum Health by Andrew Weil, M.D DID YOU KNOW: from ancient times, doctors in both China and India regarded ginger as a superior medicine, adding it to combination remedies for its tonifying and spiritually uplifting properties. Ginger is known for its warming effect and ability to stimulate digestion, settle … Continue reading Ginger Superpowers!
*information obtained from Eight Weeks To Optimum Health by Andrew Weil, M.D Health is Wholeness & Balance, an inner resilience that allows you to meet the demands of living without being overwhelmed. If you have that kind of resilience, you can experience the inevitable interactions with germs and not get infections, you can be in … Continue reading Do I Have Health?
*information obtained from Eight Weeks To Optimum Health by Andrew Weil, M.D DID YOU KNOW: the canola oil you will find in most grocery stores are not acceptable. It has been extracted with chemicals solvents or by high-speed presses that generate high heat; both extraction methods alter fatty-acid chemistry in undesirable ways. Canola oil producers … Continue reading Avoid these Products
*information obtained from Eight Week To Optimum Health by Andrew Weil, M.D Stretching is the most natural form of nonaerobic exercise. All of us tend to stretch after being in one position for a long time, and experts in human physiology say that we should develop habits of stretching in opposite ways from the positions … Continue reading I Need 2 Stretch