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sally on June 26th, 2013

The Amazing Camu Berry, wild-crafted from the remote Amazon rainforests of Brazil and Peru, holds a bounty of healthy  promises in future of naturally sourced supplements! Camu Camu (myrciaria dubia,) also known as the Brazilian cranberry, is one tart fruit that is not eaten by the native people. This berry  is one the of the […]

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sally on October 6th, 2012

On a recent 12 day jammed packed business trip to the Southwestern region of the US ,  I took time after work to take of myself and enjoy some of the nature’s best moments. Colorado is easy . The numerous parks and places to walk even in downtown Denver are amazing. However after all the […]

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sally on August 8th, 2012

Salt Again ? Yes,  I have been emphasizing eating , drinking, bathing and using it on your skin because we are deficient in minerals and minerals  are needed for many of our metabolic pathways including our nerves! Raw , unheated, unfiltered and or solar dried salt is healthy in so many ways . It can […]

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sally on September 5th, 2011

Working at the Florida National Chiropractic Show in Orlando ,FL last weekend with American Biotech Labs( silver sol technology ) was fun and educational . Unfortunately ,Hurricane  Irene was leaving her impact up the East Coast and we were very blessed that FL was spared her wrath . Prayers have gone forth to all those […]

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sally on May 7th, 2011

Monday, March 28th, 2011 A Sencha Shot a day keeps the doctor away  Globally,  we are increasingly  challenged by both  natural and man made disasters.  It seems as though they just keep picking up speed. The end times as prophesied in the Book of Revelations,  is coming to pass. Instead of giving up there is a lot […]

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sally on May 7th, 2011

Monday, September 20th, 2010 Travel these days can be exhausting.  Working long hours, socializing ,eating out,  frequently changing hotels, inconsistent sleep patterns and occasionally staying with friends, dragging  around luggage and computers while maintaining a positive outlook takes motivation and disipline. Since my car accident in late January, I have had repercussions with my skeletal system and  […]

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sally on May 7th, 2011

Monday, March 22nd, 2010 Just coming back from the largest Natural Products show in the country is always both exhilarating and  exhausting. What’s new, Where to eat, What brand is hot?,  Who works where?, and the trade show mantra rolls on.  Been attending to this show since the spring of 1984 …wow  … how times […]

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sally on May 7th, 2011

Friday, July 31st, 2009 We love our Country , Let’s preserve it If you are like me it is difficult to watch the news today ; the negativity surrounding our economy , our lives, our actions and the blatant illogical decisions coming from our illustrious leaders in Washington can  stress-out even the most sensible balanced […]

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Tuesday, January 20th, 2009 Today there are so many choices available claiming to erase the visible signs of pre-mature aging. As part of the aging boomer generation I am continually working to inspire others by looking and feeling great for as long as I live.  Many women and some men are asking me what alternatives to medication […]

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sally on May 7th, 2011

Thursday, December 18th, 2008 In my travels and work within the natural products industry the growing use of body piercings is escalating. The fashionable belly button piercing, complete with accessories has left no body part or organ off limits. Piercings due to peer pressure, individual tastes, religious or cultural traditions, because your friend did it […]

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