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“Natural Awakenings” Magazine, August 2011 issue. The full-color monthly magazine about green, local, organic, wholistic, natural, fun, healthy living.
“Natural Awakenings” Magazine, August 2011 issue. The full-color monthly magazine about green, local, organic, wholistic, natural, fun, healthy living.
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T he Satvatove from 5-8 at the Sacred Earth Center in Gainesville, FL three evenings: Sunday, Although Chinese herbs are Institute School natural, they are no less powerful of Transformative August 7; Thursday, Aug. 18; and Sunday, September 4. than “conventional” medications Coaching is now and should only be taken as directed accepting applica- This is a hands-on, experiential workshop in which participants will by a licensed professional who has tions for the Septem- the ability to diagnose, formulate, ber semester. “Prin- practice effective communication skills that can then be taken into your life. and prescribe what is best for you. ciples and Practices Generally it is safe to combine Chinese of Transformative Admission is free with a ticket— preregister at www.satvatove.com/ herbs with prescription medications; Coaching” offers students cutting-edge however, you should always let your transformative tools for personal devel- register or call 352-538-0376. practitioner know of any medications opment and high-level or supplements you take. communication. 8 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment The accredited master’s degree Events at Amrit Yoga offered at Dragon Rises College of Ori- ental Medicine requires students to take 460 hours of herbs, and more than 800 T he Mayapuris Kirtan Yoga Week- end, “Expressions of Love,” will be hours of diagnosis. Herbal study includes held Aug. 5-7 at the Amrit Yoga Insti- Gentle Yoga Studio individual herbs and herbal formulas, tute. Workshops will include vocal formula preparation, and herb-drug training, basic melody and rhythm Gentle Yoga interactions. Graduates are well pre- training (harmonium and mridanga), Chair Yoga pared to responsibly prescribe individu- classical temple dance, mantra medi- alized Chinese herbs and formulas. tation and kirtan. The $300 tuition For more information, call 352-371- includes program, lodging, and meals. 2833 or visit www.DragonRises.edu. Reiki I and Reiki II will be held Aug. Photos: Page 6: Sheila Miller and 26-28. This workshop includes tradi- Linda Barbour prepare a formula in the tional Usui Reiki Ryoho I and II Attune- student clinic. Below: Chinese Herbs are ments (Shoden and Okuden) hands-on tracked with batch number and date. curriculum, and the Amrit Integrative Methodology. 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Subsequent MRI data of the chil- dren found that the more physically fit kids tended to have a larger hippocampus— about 12 percent bigger, relative to total brain size—than their out-of-shape peers Meditation Eases and outperformed them on relational memory tests. The hippocampus is known to be important in learning and memory. Anxiety in Kids The new findings suggest that interventions to increase childhood physical activity could have an effect on brain development. “We knew that experience and environmental factors and socioeconomic status all impact brain develop- M indfulness meditation is good for kids, too, especially those with high levels of anxiety. Research- ment,” says Art Kramer, the University of Illinois psychology professor and Beck- ers from the University of Cambridge man Institute director who led the study. “It’s not easy to do something about analyzed 155 boys from two indepen- your economic status, but here’s something we can do something about.” dent United Kingdom schools, before Source: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2010 and after a four-week crash course in mindfulness. After the trial period, the 14- and 15-year-olds were found to Nutrition Detectives have increased well-being, defined According to a recent study conducted by the as the combination of feeling good Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center, it takes (including positive emotions such as less than two hours to turn students and their parents happiness, contentment, interest and into “Nutrition Detectives,” able to identify better- affection) and functioning well. Best for-you foods quickly and reliably. of all, the youth enjoyed the exercises Nutrition Detectives is a 90-minute program for and said they intended to continue elementary school children and families, developed meditation, a good sign that many by Drs. David and Catherine Katz and a team of nutri- children would be receptive to this tion and education experts, in response to the current childhood obesity crisis. type of therapy. The study included more than 1,200 Missouri students in grades two through four and their parents. Students in all three grades increased their food label lit- eracy scores by 18 percent, with third grade students showing the most improve- ment (23 percent). The overall gain in scores among students was retained three months after their initial exposure to the program. Download or order free program materials from NutritionDetectives.com. Junk Food Babies Noresearch published online in the Federation of American Societies for New Experimental Biology Journal suggests that pregnant mothers whose diets are high in sugar and fat deliver babies who are more likely to become junk food junkies themselves. According to the report, such diets lead to changes in Children need models the fetal brain’s reward pathway, altering food preferences. The results may of- rather than critics. fer insight into the ever-increasing rate of human obesity and help explain why ~Joseph Joubert some people easily resist junk foods, while others seem hopelessly addicted. 10 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment Are you the Ocala STUD? All Marion County Senior boys graduating in 2012 are eligible to enter the contest. Submit a photo of yourself on Cindi with an eye Photography’s Facebook wall. 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Educational opportunities and cul- their environmental tural activities there are among the perks for those who feel policies and prac- most alive in active, intellectually stimulating and inter- tices, but much prog- generational settings. Alma maters are a special draw for ress remains to be sports fans. achieved, according to About 50 campus-oriented retirement communities the latest Survey of exist around the country, estimates Andrew Carle, an industry expert and found- Sustainable Practices by the Home- ing director of the Senior Housing Administration program at George Mason building Industry, by Calvert Asset University, in Fairfax, Virginia. Another 50 are planned. Management Co. KB Home, based in Los Angeles, and Pulte Homes, of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, were ranked as the top industry firms. Green Marketplace Calvert reports that out of 42 pos- Environmentally Conscious Behavior Is Encouraging sible green data points, the average total score was just over six points, or 15 W ith more organic foods and sustainable products be- coming available, it’s a bit easier to go green these days, and consumers are responding. The latest annual study by percent. Without the top two companies in the mix, the average overall score would have been less than 6 percent. the Natural Marketing Institute finds that we are increasingly Green building represents a major taking bags with us to the store, avoiding brands that don’t industry opportunity. “Whereas two reflect our values and making better transportation choices, years ago, the industry had not yet including carpooling and using public transit. begun to embrace sustainability as a core part of building design and con- struction, companies today have taken Vital Signs many meaningful steps toward devel- oping greener and cleaner homes,” Lifetime Educational Achievement Is Up Worldwide says Rebecca Henson, a sustainability W orldwatch Institute reports analyst at Calvert and co-author of the that people all over the report. “However, given the environ- world are completing more years mental impact that homebuilding has, of schooling than ever before, the industry has significantly more according to the latest data out of progress to make.” Austria. Just over 3 billion, or 61 Companies are most active in percent of the global population energy efficiency and conservation, 15 years or older, had finished paying more attention to sustainability at least some secondary school- issues that can offer short-term finan- ing during their lifetime as of cial benefits to operating costs and 2010. That’s up from 36 percent customers, such as building material in 1970 and 50 percent in 1990, recycling and energy and water effi- and includes those who went on ciency measures. Issues with long- to even higher education. Having term benefits, such as climate change, advanced to secondary school or are not well addressed. beyond indicates that individuals are better prepared for the future. For more information, search Green Homebuilder at Calvert.com. To assess Sources: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis a home’s energy efficiency score, take and Vienna Institute of Demography the quiz at EnergySavvy.com. 12 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment EcoTip n Independent laboratory analysis in the NRDC study showed that about one-third of the bottled waters tested contained significant contamination in at least one test. That means the levels of chemical or bacterial contaminants Water exceeded those allowed under a state or industry standard Why Tap Water or guideline. n The Food and Drug Administration doesn’t regulate Is a Better water bottled and sold in-state, effectively exempting 60 to Choice 70 percent of U.S. bottled water from FDA standards. Even when its rules apply, they are weaker in many ways than D id you know that Americans now drink more Environmental Protection Agency rules governing big-city tap water. The majority of the country’s tap water passes the EPA standards. bottled water than n Tap water test results and notices of violations must be milk or juice? We reported to state or federal officials. There is no mandatory buy 30 billion bottles a year, 80 percent of which ends up in reporting for water bottlers; manufacturers have recalled landfills for hundreds of years. That’s why Earth-friendly folks bottled water 100 times, without letting consumers know use refillable bottles these days. about it two out of three times. In addition to being eco-savvy, consumers have plenty of n City water systems must issue annual “right-to-know” reasons to avoid bottled water. According to a four-year study reports, telling consumers what is in their water; bottlers by the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), we can- successfully killed such a requirement for bottled water. not assume that the bottled water we purchase is necessarily Every American has a right to safe, good-tasting water any better regulated, purer, or safer than most tap water. Here from the tap. If we choose to buy bottled water, we deserve are some revealing facts: the same assurances that it too, is safe. Whether our water n People typically spend from 240 to 10,000 times more comes from a tap or a bottle, we have a right to know what’s per gallon for bottled water than for tap water. in it. If bottled water is so pure, why not prove it, with full n According to government and industry estimates, at least disclosure on the label? 25 percent of bottled water (some say 40 percent) is tap wa- ter, sometimes with additional treatment, sometimes not. Source: National Resources Defense Council (nrdc.org) Affordable Personalized Durable www.SustainableDesignGroup.com www.GoNaturalAwakenings.com August 2011 13 Hot and Bothered by Melody Murphy I hate August. It is a wretched month an August is. Anyone who has spent a piece was set to Stravinsky’s Rite of with no reason to exist. summer in Florida and tells you there Spring; I know August when I see it. Nothing good ever happens in is a crueler month than August is a liar. I’m pretty sure more crimes hap- August. There are no holidays. Nothing Bad things happen in August, here pen in August, too. I should probably worth celebrating, other than National and elsewhere. Hurricanes. Lovebugs. look it up to be certain, but I’m too hot Goat Cheese Month. You know what Heatstroke. Terrible action-adventure to care. The phrase “hot and bothered” “awarenesses” the month is designated movies. In history, we had the atomic was coined in August. I’m not fact- for? Immunization. Psoriasis. Cata- bombs. Other bad things occurred, but checking that either, but it’s true. racts. Spinal muscular atrophy. Well, I’m too hot and tired to look them up. It seems to be perpetually August yippee-ki-yay. A lot of really wretched people were in Southern crime dramas. There’s August is 31 endless days of heat born in August; you can look that up, always the obligatory courtroom scene and misery, waiting in a prolonged too. August is when they make you go at the height of summer, always in an agony of dread for school to start or a back to school. It’s bad times all around. antebellum courthouse filled with folks hurricane to strike, praying for the August is the noisy, obnoxious in seersucker suits and floral chintz, sweet release of death. I imagine it is drunk of a party guest who has to be almost getting their heads chopped off the equivalent of being two weeks thrown out at 3 a.m., still slurring the by those frantically whapping ceiling overdue with a ten-pound baby: Oh, punchlines to bad jokes, long after he fans up in the balcony rafters. Every- dear God, is there no end to this??? has worn out his welcome. August is a body’s sweating to beat the band and Nothing should happen in August. blowzy harridan with cheaply dyed fanning themselves with those old- Certainly no rites of passage. If you orange hair and cartoonish red lipstick, school funeral-home fans, and the decide, against all reason, to get married like a clown in a third-rate circus or prosecutor has a pitcher of ice water, in August, especially in an outdoor cer- Miss Hannigan from Annie: loud and and the defense rests because it has emony, I believe this is grounds for your tipsy and bad-tempered, lurching heatstroke and can’t summon the will wedding party to rise up and kill you. around in a tacky housedress, abusing to do anything else, and the judge’s I believe couples should be chaste orphans and swigging hooch out of a favorite hound dog is lying in mute in November, so that no babies are hip flask in the middle of the after- suffering next to the witness stand born in August. I know it’s tempting, noon. August is both a lurid shade of because it’s too hot for Bocephus to be but hold out, or use extreme precau- orange (the hue of Miss Hannigan’s outside, even in the shade of the old tion. You’ll thank me in nine months. hair), and a heat-bleached, sun- lynching tree. They call August “the If you have the bad taste to die in parched white. Not a crisp, cool white; dog days of summer” for a reason, but August and leave instructions to be white as in colorless, faded, drained. it is a nasty rabid dog and should be buried at a graveside service, I believe Bled dry. Wilted. White-hot. shot and put out of its misery and ours. you should be soundly punished for August makes me think of the All John Grisham novels and the this in the afterlife. If there were to be scene in Fantasia where the dinosaurs entire run of “In the Heat of the Night” stars in your crown, they should be stumble through the shimmering heat seem to be set in August. (However, revoked. of the desert on their futile trek in “In the Heat of the Night” also offers T.S. Eliot was incorrect when he search of water, dropping like flies in the refreshment of Carroll O’Connor’s said April is the cruelest month. It is the primordial dust along the way. drawling snark, and, more important, August. I assume that, being British, Every time I see that stegosaurus rear- of Bubba and his biceps. I submit that the man didn’t know any better. Unless ing his head toward the glaring orange with a different hairstyle, Bubba could you have spent all the Augusts of your sky in his death throes, I think, “Yep. still be fully relevant today. Bubba’s life in Florida, you do not know what That was in August.” I don’t care if the biceps are always relevant.) 14 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment I think people in other parts of the country believe it’s always summer in the South, and that all gainful activity shuts down until the kickoff of football and hunting sea- son. Like all we do all summer is lie around the house in a lacy slip, high on honeysuckle fumes, drinking whiskey out of Mason jars and languidly uttering nonsensical aphorisms about magnolias, and pigs in mud, and dawgs which will not hunt, waiting for something to come along so we can either sleep with it or shoot it. I cannot speak for the entire region, but if I did that more than once a week, I would never get anything done. I do own a full slip and several of those funeral-home fans, but it puts me in a bad temper to exert that much energy to cool myself. Instead, thankfully, I have central air. However, I also have an old, energy-guzzling house, as well as a hot-blooded nature, so August leaves me especially ill-tempered when the electric bill comes roll- ing in. “Ill as a hornet” is an excellent old phrase of my grandmother’s. It suits August perfectly. August makes everyone ill as a hornet. That is why there is more crime then. (And I’m still not going to look it up. I’m right and you know I am.) Heat makes people mean. They get into more fights when it’s hot. You hear them tiredly say things like, “Come here so I can slap you. I’m too tired to move.” And then the other person says, in equally exhausted tones, “Never mind. Just shoot me. You can do that from right there. Put me out of my misery.” There are, I suppose, some good things about August. I grudgingly allow that I enjoy the lingering light that lasts well into the evening hours, fireflies and citronella can- dles at blue dusk. I do like the frequent rain, and the Perseid meteor showers are nice, if you like to sit up late and star-gaze. And of course there are the ripe tomatoes and fresh corn and juicy watermelons, the iced tea and lemonade, the pool parties and cookouts and beach trips. But you know what? I did those things in June and July, too. I’m all done now. Thanks. I didn’t need August for any of those things. August is extraneous. August doesn’t know when to quit. It has jumped the shark. I propose we do away with August altogether. I say we extend June by 16 days and July by 15, for 46 days per month, then go straight to September. I realize this means we would now celebrate Independence Day on June 34th, as well as my birthday on June 35th, but you know, that’s just the kind of person I am. Willing to reschedule my own birthday for the greater good. See what I’m will- ing to do for you all? For the good of the nation, the world, all the boys and girls and the fishes in the deep blue sea. And, if there were no August—joy to you and me. Melody Murphy has to go find her Mason jar now. She would quote a proverb about hornets and honeysuckle, but she’s too hot to be folksy. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, but she will not feel like answering until September at the earliest. * excluding manicures/pedicures www.GoNaturalAwakenings.com August 2011 15 Pharma-Free KIDS Natural Alternatives to Common Medications by Lisa Marshall W ant to keep your kids off drugs? The place to start is with your own medicine cabinet. So say a grow- ing number of health practitioners who are view- ing the recent proliferation of medications being targeted at kids with alarm and urging parents to turn first to common- sense home remedies or natural alternatives when possible. “We tend to be a nation of pill-takers, who turn to med- ication whenever we need relief for anything,” says Dana Point, California, pediatrician Robert Sears, co-author of the new book, The Portable Pediatrician. “If we can increase the use of our skills as parents in using time-tested home rem- edies to help our kids feel better, we can rely less on pills.” from $191 million in 2005 to $250 million in 2010. Despite Because children metabolize drugs differently than three years of government warnings about potential dangers, adults do, cases of lingering side effects, such as grogginess, including seizures and death, of giving over-the-counter cold hyperactivity, and accidental overdoses are widespread. and flu medications to children under age 2, 61 percent of Poison control facilities nationwide received 30,000 calls parents do it anyway, according to a recent national poll by regarding pediatric acetaminophen alone in 2009, and C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. roughly 7,000 kids end up in emergency rooms each year Meanwhile, new ad campaigns marketing drugs for due to cough and cold medicine overdoses. Between 2000 kids continue to proliferate. Publisher Scholastic, Inc. was and 2010, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) re- criticized recently for distributing coupons for the allergy ceived reports of 14 deaths and 74 non-fatal adverse events medicine Children’s Claritin in its elementary school news- due to acetaminophen-dosing errors. letter distributed to kids. According to a 2010 report by Orlando, Florida-based “I find it very concerning,” says pediatrician Hilary Medco Health Solutions Inc., children’s drugs now con- McClafferty, a clinical assistant professor at the University stitute the fastest growing segment of the pharmaceutical of Arizona College of Medicine. “Some drug companies are industry, with sales increasing by 10.8 percent in 2009 over exploiting parents at a vulnerable time, preying upon their 2008, and usage by children rising four times faster than for feeling that they need to do something to make their child the general population during the same period. feel better immediately.” One in four children younger than 10 and one-third Why shouldn’t a worried, sleep-deprived mom or dad of adolescents ages 10 to 19 take at least one prescription reach for a quick fix to placate a miserable little one in the medication on an ongoing basis, according to the report. middle of the night? At times, medications are warranted, says The number of minors taking drugs for respiratory prob- McClafferty, particularly in the case of strep throat, which can lems is up 42 percent since 2001 and those medicated for lead to serious health problems when left unchecked. the chronic heartburn of gastroesophageal reflux disease But routinely medicating away symptoms can interfere (GERD) is up 147 percent. with the body’s natural protective mechanisms, McClafferty Market research firm IMS Health reports that spending says. For instance, cough medicine can inhibit the body’s on non-prescription pain medication for children spiked natural effort to clear mucous from the lungs, prolonging 16 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment congestion; also, suppressing mild fevers with drugs can degrees. Herbalist Brigitte Mars, author of The Country Al- sabotage the body’s own defense against infection. manac of Home Remedies, suggests diaphoretic herbs like “Even the conventional medical world has begun to peppermint, ginger and elderflower, in teas, which prompt focus on this. They are realizing many of these drugs are not perspiration and enable the body to cool down naturally. very effective and they can cause toxicity in young patients,” says Matthew Baral, a doctor of naturopathy and president of Cough and Congestion the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians. Apply an herbal vapor rub of menthol and tea tree oil For example, according to a 2011 review in the on- to the bottom of the child’s feet and put their socks back line journal of the American College of Osteopathic Pedia- on. The decongesting menthol vapor will help them to tricians, antihistamines can lead to sedation, constipation, breathe and the antimicrobial properties of the tea tree oil drying of the mucous membranes and at higher doses, will be absorbed through their skin, says Mars. For nasal hallucinations in kids. Decongestants can increase heart decongestion, try irrigating the child’s nose with a cleans- rate and lead to “rebound congestion,” or a worsening ing neti pot. Sears recommends kid versions of herbal of symptoms after a child stops taking the drugs. Proton- remedies Sinupret and Bronchipret. pump inhibitors, approved in 2008 for GERD in babies as young as 12 months, have been shown to boost levels of harmful intestinal bacteria and may increase fracture risk Diarrhea and Constipation later in life, according to a study recently published in An- “Probiotics are the most extensively researched rem- nals of Family Medicine. edy we have out there for diarrhea,” says Baral. Studies In 2008, the FDA advised that cough and cold medi- in the journal Pediatrics have shown probiotics to shorten cine should not be used for children under 2, and called bouts of diarrhea in infants and school-age children, and on companies to revise their dosage instructions to indicate prevent the onset of antibiotic-induced diarrhea in kids. this more clearly. In March, 2011, it went so far as to pull Look for yogurt, powder or capsules containing 10 billion hundreds of prescription cold medications off the market, colony-forming units (CFU) of Lactobacillus GG. Sears with FDA spokesperson Deborah M. Autor telling The New suggests the BRAT diet (bananas, rice, applesauce and York Times that, “We don’t know what’s in them, whether toast) to quell diarrhea. For constipation, reach for apri- they work properly or how they are made.” cots, peaches, pears, plums and vitamin C. While McClafferty is pleased with the FDA’s recent actions, she remains leery, saying, “I approach all over-the- Earache counter medications for children with great caution and Drop four drops of warm mullein garlic oil into the ear. rarely recommend their use.” Sears says the warm oil will calm the inflamed eardrum and Here are some alternatives to try. Remember that many the antibiotic in the garlic will get to work on the infection. herbs have not been tested for safety specifically for chil- Olive oil will work in a pinch. dren, so check with a health practitioner first. Growing Pains Bug Bites While it’s common for kids between the For quick relief, grate a potato or some ages of 3 and 5 or 8 and 12 to complain of dull leaves of plantain to create a poultice and aches deep in their legs, there is little consen- place it on the spot of the bite. “It will sus about what causes them. Mars has found draw off some of the itching and swell- that it helps to supplement their diet with ing,” says Baral. Don’t forget two of calcium and magnesium supplements in the lowest-tech and natural remedies, kid-friendly powdered form, or foods that mud and ice. contain these nutrients. Fever Heartburn “It’s important to know that most Deglycerrhizinated licorice fevers don’t need to be treated un- (DGL), slippery elm and aloe all may less they are really bothering the be able to help soothe inflamed child,” advises Sears. “Fever helps esophageal tissue, says Baral, “But the body to fight off infection and they need to be given under a may keep the child subdued so doctor’s supervision.” Also take she can rest and recover.” He a hard look at dietary triggers: recommends tepid baths, cold Common culprits include dairy, cloths on the forehead, and call- chocolate, tomatoes and mint. ing the doctor if a fever persists for three days or if it rises above 103 ... Continued on Page 19 www.GoNaturalAwakenings.com August 2011 17 Natural Approaches to ADHD by Lisa Marshall D Buy Organic rugs for treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are among the hottest-selling medications A 2010 study of 1,100 children, published in the today, garnering 13 percent of children’s prescription journal Pediatrics, found that the more pesticide residue dollars, with sales soaring so quickly that the U.S. Food and children had in their urine, the more likely they were to be Drug Administration (FDA) recently had to declare a national diagnosed with ADHD. shortage. That worries naturopathic doctors Matthew Baral and David Deichert. “People have gotten in the bad habit of Check the Iron going to medication first, without trying natural therapies,” Studies in the Archive of Pediatrics & Adolescent Med- states Baral, a pediatrics professor at the Southwest College icine and elsewhere have shown that children diagnosed of Naturopathic Medicine, in Tempe, Arizona. with ADHD are more likely to have lower iron levels, and In some cases, prescription medication is warranted, when those that are deficient take iron supplements, their says Deichert, an ADHD specialist with Bastyr University, symptoms either subside without medication or they react in Kenmore, Washington. But in most cases, he sees it as better to lower doses of medications. As a precautionary a stopgap measure as the longer-term benefits of diet and measure, Deichert suggests that kids be checked for their lifestyle changes slowly kick in. ferritin levels before beginning iron supplementation. The two naturopaths offer these natural wellness ap- proaches. Consider Safer Supplements Clinical research is still inconclusive, but in their Minimize Food Additives practices, Deichert and Baral have both seen ADHD pa- After decades of parents’ suspicions that additives tients benefit from zinc, ginkgo biloba, acetyl-carnitine and like food coloring and artificial flavors may fuel behavioral omega-3 supplements. changes in kids, several recent studies have bolstered such claims. A 2007 study of nearly 300 kids ages 3 to 8, pub- A final note: While it helps that research has been stepped lished in The Lancet, found that those given drinks contain- up to address the epidemic of attention-related disorders, ing artificial dye showed significantly higher hyperactivity that doesn’t mean that all valid solutions need to carry a within a few hours. The British government now requires company trademark. labels warning that children’s products containing dye may impair attention. Consider an Elimination Diet A DHD is the most commonly diagnosed behavioral disorder for kids in the United States, with at least 4.5 million diagnoses among A first-of-its-kind 2011 study, also in The Lancet, children under age 18, according to the Centers showed that when 50 kids with ADHD were put on restric- for Disease Control and Prevention. A Michigan tive hypoallergenic diets free of allergens like gluten and State University (MSU) study now reports that dairy for five weeks, their symptoms improved far more 20 percent are potentially misdiagnosed simply than those in the control group. When the eliminated foods were reintroduced, symptoms returned in 63 percent of the because they are the youngest—and most imma- children. Deichert says that ADHD patients with digestive ture—in their class. problems, recurring ear infections, or skin problems—all Among kindergarteners, the youngest were symptoms of possible food sensitivities—are particularly 60 percent more likely to be diagnosed with good candidates for elimination diets. ADHD than the oldest children in the same grade. Similarly, when that group of classmates Curb Screen Time and Get Moving reached the fifth and eighth grades, the youngest “Very large studies have associated TV and video game were twice as likely to be prescribed stimulants. use with a worsening of ADHD symptoms,” notes Deichert. MSU Economist and researcher Todd Elder puts He recommends that for each half-hour of screen time a the cost of the unnecessary medication at $320- child gets outside of schoolwork, they get a half-hour of 500 million per year. exercise. 18 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment ... Continued from Page 17 Seasonal Allergies One of the most commonly recommended natural treatments for addressing seasonal allergy symptoms is stinging nettle, believed to modulate the production of the histamine that prompts noses to run and eyes to water and has been shown to be safe in adults. It comes in tincture, tea and capsule form. 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Industry at Risk Perhaps that is because the most recent efforts have arisen under a more palatable public interest justification: The argument that consumers must by Jonathan Emord, Esquire be protected from potentially unsafe products by permitting the FDA to The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is poised to remove run companies it thinks may threaten public health out of existence. 20 to 30 percent of existing food supplement companies The FDA’s current approach, using from the market, force a rise in prices and eliminate the allegations of adulteration, contamina- tion and misbranding—combined with availability of most, if not all, herbal supplements. cessation of distribution and recall of unapproved supplements—appears to be far more acceptable to the public T he most tered with the federal than the argument that supplements in basic of hu- government for the general should be removed from the man rights first time, deprives market. It seems that the lesson FDA is that of self- those companies of regulators have slowly learned is that government over our access to the courts people generally appear to be will- own bodies, especial- in favor of admin- ing to permit regulatory abuses in the ly regarding individ- istrative tribunals, name of public safety. ual choice over what and forces those Moreover, under the Food Drug nutrients to ingest and companies to pay and Cosmetic Act (FDCA), as interpret- treatments to receive to for mandatory federal ed by the federal courts, any promotion sustain optimal health. investigations. that associates a dietary supplement Today, federal and state With passage of with a disease treatment claim is pro- regulatory agencies FSMA, which hibited. That is so even if the claim is constrict those rights by made every demonstrably true. Censoring informa- limiting our choices. Those food and tion concerning the potential benefit of restrictions on freedom are destined dietary supple- dietary ingredients shrouds the market to continue. ment company oper- in ignorance, depriving consumers of Recent examples include state ating in the United States subject to helpful, life-extending or life-saving dietitian licensing bills, global cen- Food and Drug Administration (FDA) information. Just one example is the sorship of health information, and licensing, the regulators’ decades-old FDA’s censorship of the association the Food Safety Modernization Act dream of ridding the market of supple- established in peer-reviewed scientific (FSMA; S. 510/HR 2751). Dietitian ments and leaving the field to FDA- literature (some 6,000 articles) between licensing bills designate those li- approved drugs is closer to realization Vitamin D and a reduction in the risk of censed by the American Dietetic As- than ever before. The FSMA comes certain kinds of cancer. All Americans sociation as nutritionists and the sole atop aggressive FDA implementation could experience a reduction in cancer dispensers of nutritional advice and of new and costly current good manu- risk were that association made known recommendations. Global censorship facturing practice (cGMP) regulations, at the point of sale, but FDA’s prior re- of nutrient-related disease treatment positioning the agency to regulate ev- straint (its ban on all claims associating information by all Western govern- ery aspect of supplement production. a nutrient with a disease, even provably ments that regulate drugs works to Will the public awaken to the threat true claims) keeps consumers in the preserve a monopoly on therapeutic and compel the FDA to back down, or dark. claims for drug companies. The Food will the agency succeed in eliminating Unfettered by a groundswell of Safety Modernization Act requires safe supplement products, to the detri- public opposition, the FDA is proceed- that all companies that make food ment of the consuming public? ing at an accelerated pace in inspect- and dietary supplements be regis- ing facilities, issuing citations and 20 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment ultimately driving supplement manu- truly active, engaged participants in facturers out of business. Companies their own health care. incapable of affording the associated TAKE ACTION costs have no choice but to dissolve. Jonathan W. Emord is a constitutional To reverse this course, consumers must and administrative lawyer in Wash- HERE contact their elected representatives in ington, D.C. The author of The Rise congress and demand an immediate of Tyranny and Global Censorship of Check these websites regularly repeal of both FSMA and GMP regula- Health Information, he has defeated to keep abreast of pending tions. Then, vote wisely in the 2012 the FDA in federal court eight times. state legislation and to sign elections to defeat candidates that Visit Emord.com. helpful petitions. voted in favor of limiting our freedoms in these areas. Elected Officials, usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml Worldwide Trend One current petition fighting Alliance for Natural Health USA, Many governments around the to protect natural health- anh-usa.org world currently prohibit essential care options challenges Citizens for Health, health claims backed by credible sci- entific evidence. For example, claims the Federal Trade Commis- Citizens.org that glucosamine and chondroitin sion’s illegal move to restrict Freedom of Health Foundation, sulfate may eliminate symptoms of health-related claims. Sign thefhf.org osteoarthritis are forbidden in Europe, the petition at anh-USA.org: The Health Keepers Alliance, as well as in Australia, Canada and Search FTC, then open April the United States. HealthKeepers.net Groups have formed to protest 26, 2011 post and click This National Health Freedom Action, such censorship and restrictions on Link at bottom of page. NationalHealthFreedom.org access to dietary supplement ingre- dients. For a global view, consult information provided by the Alliance for Natural Health, which is active in Europe and America. In the United States, take action via the Alliance for Natural Health USA, Citizens for Health, Freedom of Health Founda- tion, The Health Keepers Alliance and National Health Freedom Action. The way back to liberty lies not only in allowing the marketing of all dietary ingredients that are being used without serious adverse effects, but also in stripping countries of the power to censor nutrient-related disease treatment information. When well- informed consumers make dietary ingredient choices that minimize dis- ease risk and maximize longevity, their improved health reduces their depen- dence on costly drug therapies which too often carry unwanted side effects. Imagine a world in which fruits and vegetables, as well as dietary supplements, could lawfully be ac- companied by labels summarizing the dietary ingredients present, their effects and their potential for protect- ing against or fighting disease. In such a world, consumers would be www.GoNaturalAwakenings.com August 2011 21 Raising a of life is recommended to have 35 immunizations. A great resource is a book by Mayer Eisenstein MD, JD, Healthy Child MPH called Don’t Vaccinate Before You Educate. He has also written Make in an Unhealthy an Informed Vaccine Decision for the Health of Your Child: A Parent’s Guide World to Immunizations. Younger children are encouraged to be fed organic fruits and vegetables by Dr. James Lemire, M.D. as well as free-range organic meats. Vitamin supplementation with a multivitamin, Vitamin D-3, and I n my 35 years of practice as a pregnancy—to be aware of their probiotics is recommended. If we family physician, I have seen the exposure to such chemicals, and to be don’t change our children’s eating health challenges of our children proactive with a form of detoxiﬁcation habits away from the standard increase each year. It is now more to prevent this from being passed on to American diet, 50% of children born urgent than ever for parents to focus their infants. Mothers need to be aware today will develop Type 2 diabetes on their children’s health in order for of their vitamin and nutritional status before the age of 30, according to the them to survive in an unhealthy world. as well as toxic chemical exposure World Health Organization’s statistical The challenges of children begin such as mercury ﬁllings in their teeth. predictions. before birth with the health of the Mothers need to abandon the We must continue to be vigilant mother. In a study published July 21, standard American diet (SAD) and to search out the chemicals in a child’s 2005, the Environmental Working adopt a diet with a variety of fresh environment and reduce their ongoing Group (www.ewg.org) reported that organic fruits and vegetables, organic exposure. For example, Bisphenol-A, tests measuring the cord blood from free-range meats, and plenty of pure found in children’s and adults’ plastic 10 randomly selected newborn infants water. Mothers need to have adequate bottles, is a xenoestrogen, which detected 287 chemicals. Of these levels of vitamins, ﬁsh oil, and vitamin disrupts normal hormone function in chemicals, 180 are known to cause D-3 to provide a healthy environment children. Today we are seeing boys cancer in adults, 217 are linked to for the newborn. and girls develop premature puberty brain and nervous system damage, Mothers are encouraged to breast- before the age of 10, because of the and 208 have been shown to effect feed their infants to help enhance their synthetic xenoestrogen and other fetal or child development in animal immune system. This also strengthens hormones found in milk and dairy studies. And, a stunning 209 of the mother/infant bonding and reduces the products as well as processed meats. contaminants represented brand- potential for future allergies. These chemicals include ﬂuoride, new appearances—it was the ﬁrst Parents need to reconsider the chlorine which disrupts thyroid time researchers had identiﬁed the whole issue of vaccinations. My function, and mercury found in “silver chemicals in the blood of newborn purpose is not to condemn the ﬁllings.” babies. concept of vaccinations, but to look As children grow, we must It is paramount for mothers— at how the system has evolved: educate them on how to live a healthy before, during, and after their today, an infant in the ﬁrst 18 months lifestyle, make good choices in diet and nutrition supplements, and develop healthy lifestyles that will Homegrown Organics serve them into their old age. We must educate them that the pharmaceutical industry does not have the answer for Organic buying club. every problem. Educate them on the Start eating right today! hazards of legal and illegal drugs and help them to make wise choices. 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MLD, originated by two that is, an increased intensity of their physical therapists, Emil and Estrid symptoms—when detoxification mea- Vodder from Austria, is an exception- sures are too rigorous for their more ally effective massage technique that depleted constitutions. mechanically releases and directs In contrast, the field of drainage, toxins out through the lymphatic chan- Introduction originating in Europe at the turn of the nels of the body. Additionally, the The school of healing known as twentieth century, represents a modality therapeutic use of saunas, steam baths, “drainage” in these toxic times is often more focused on the entire individual. douches, and wet sheet packs are necessary to begin treatment with This holistic school of healing is based another form of effective drainage via remedies that most effectively cleanse on the belief that true cleansing is only hydrotherapy (water therapy), through and purify. A leading physician in the accomplished through the stimulation the process of sweating toxins out field of drainage teaches in his courses of the body’s organs and tissues to through the skin. In fact, broadly that first you have to “open the door” release toxins at their own unique pace speaking, any product or technique— and release toxins in the body before and within their own metabolic limits. from a massage to a multiple vita- attempting any repair or regeneration Thus, drainage remedies are prescribed min—can be considered to be a form of tissue. And in light of the fact that very carefully, according to the patient’s of drainage, as long as it effectively essentially everyone has been exposed particular level of functioning, whereas stimulates the body’s tissues and or- to significant levels of toxic metals, detoxification protocols are more often gans to discharge poisons from the petroleum chemicals, prescription simply generalized recipes touted as body. However, the most common drugs, devitalized foods, and other suitable for everyone. forms of drainage that have been em- poisons of modern civilization, more This assessment of a patient’s ployed over the past two centuries and more holistic physicians and health is not an arbitrary matter, but is have been homeopathic and herbal practitioners are describing these based on one’s inherited or genetic, as remedies. unique remedies at the beginning of well as acquired or environmental, each patient’s treatment protocol. disease potential. Under stress— Homeopathic Remedies Further, the use of drainage remedies whether physical, biochemical, or Used for Drainage insures that toxins are not only effec- psychological—one person may react Homeopathy, the system of medi- tively discharged from the body, but with anxiety, another may get a blind- cine that uses minute quantities of are released as gently as possible. ing headache, while another may specially prepared plant, animal, In some holistic circles, the words succumb to the flu. Each type of illness mineral, and other substances to stim- “drainage” and “detoxification” are exemplifies the preexisting weakness ulate healing in the body, originated in used interchangeably. However, these in a specific tissue or organ system 1789 through the astute observations two terms, although quite related, are characteristic of each individual’s and careful research of the German not synonymous. “Detoxification” is a particular tendency. physician Samuel Hahnemann (1755- general term that is usually focused on 1843). Dr. Hahnemann’s specialty, cleansing a specific area of the body, The History of Drainage constitutional homeopathy, is the use such as the liver or colon—or a specific The term “drainage” has been of a single remedy to treat the overall toxin, such as mercury, parasites, or used in various contexts. It is used mental, emotional, and physical make- Candida (intestinal yeast overgrowth). primarily to describe remedies that are up of an individual. Homeopathic Unfortunately, in many popular employed to gently and naturally remedies have also been employed detoxification protocols, the ability of discharge toxins from the body. How- over the years, however, not only in a each individual patient’s excretory ever, this term has also been used to constitutional manner, but also for the organs to discharge these accumulated describe techniques that do not utilize purpose of specifically draining toxins poisons is rarely taken into account. remedies at all, as with structural from the body. 24 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment Homeopathic Remedies years of clinical trial and error, Dr. residing in a patient’s lung, genital and Reduce Healing Crisis Nebel concluded that the tubercular joint tissues that were stimulated by The use of homeopathic remedies nosode remedy itself was not pre- the tubercular nosode represented the for drainage purposes was pioneered scribed incorrectly, but that strong formal birth of the use of drainage by a Swiss physician named Antoine reactions from the use of these very remedies. Some examples of these Nebel (1870-1954). Around 1910, Dr. potent homeopathic nosodes was a secondary homeopathic remedies Nebel noticed that after giving a tuber- common, and actually appropriate, include Antimonuim tartaricum to cular nosode—a strong homeopathic response. In order to address these clear inflamed lungs, Cantharis vesica- remedy made from a diseased product discomforting and often painful symp- toria to expel toxins from the bladder that stimulates an immune system toms, Dr. Nebel began to use other mucosa, Chimaphila umbrellata to response to protect the body from homeopathics as secondary remedies stimulate prostate drainage, and Rhus succumbing to that disease—his pa- to augment the release of accumulated toxicodendron to discharge toxins in tients would often have extreme reac- toxins in the tuberculinic-sensitive the joints. All of these homeopathic tions. Common responses included tissues. This use of a secondary, or remedies were prescribed in a low respiratory ailments such as nasal satellite, homeopathic remedy to chan- potency such as 6C, in order to act at a congestion, sore throats and coughing; nel and purge the internal poisons very specific physical level on these inflammatory genital reactions such as bladder or prostate infections; and inflammation of the joints resulting in arthritic aches and pains. Although these bodily healing crisis or aggravat- ing reactions were quite disturbing and sometimes debilitating to the patient, to Nebel they were understandable, since tuberculosis bacteria have an affinity for producing disease in the lungs, genitals and joints. Thus, the body was simply responding to the homeopathic tubercular nosode by releasing its burden of accumulated microbes and toxic waste products in these tissues. The problem was that the response could often be excessive. 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He found that the milligrams in the bud as compared to one of Dr. Nebel’s most exceptional growth factors, as well as the strong .77 milligrams in the adult leaf—since students, Leon Vannier, embraced active essence of life he experienced this amino acid stimulates the release Nebel’s idea of “channeling the toxins” energetically in these freshly harvested of growth hormone necessary for and actually coined the term “drain- young herbs, rendered them much healthy plant (and human) maturation. age” around 1920. more potent than other botanical As a result of these constituents, Ribes (plant) remedies traditionally extracted nigrum has potent anti-inflammatory Combination Homeopathic from the dried adult parts of plants. properties through its action of drain- Drainage Remedies Henry, a brilliant physician and ing toxins from arthritic joints and A few years later in 1927, a Bel- innovator, further augmented the en- other inflamed tissues, as well as in the gian dowser named George Discry and ergy of these remedies by diluting treatment of allergies and chronic fatigue a Professor Reutter from the University them at a ratio of 1 to 10—that is, 1 through its adrenal stimulating effects. of Geneva collaborated to formulate a part plant to 10 parts water, glycerine, line of remedies to stimulate drainage and alcohol. This process rendered The Benefits of in the body. In contrast to Nebel’s use these remedies still within the phyto- Gemmotheraphy Drainage of a single homeopathic remedy, Dis- therapy or medicinal plant category of All three of the aforementioned cry and Reutter’s remedies combined healing, but also gives them a gentle therapies—single satellite homeopath- several homeopathics together in one energetic influence through the 1:10 ic remedies, combination homeopath- bottle. These formulas were innovative dilution. In his clinical practice, Henry ic remedies, and gemmotheraphy in that they were the first known to found that these young, embryonic remedies—have drainage and cleans- combine homeopathic plant and metal remedies in small dilutions were supe- ing effects in the body. However, in remedies together. Further, the metals rior at awakening and activating con- clinical practice, the author has found in these remedies were potentized at a gested organs and tissues to gently that the gemmotherapy botanical specific 12X potency for the purpose of release and drain toxins from the body. remedies have proven to be the most crossing cell membranes in order to This new and unique form of drainage optimal. The reasons for this are three- stimulate deeper intra-cellular detoxifi- through phytotherapy (botanical medi- fold. First, in clinical practice these cation. In 1949, the UNDA company cine) was called blastotherapy or remedies are the most effective in the in Belgium began to manufacturer embryophtotherapy, but over the years treatment of ill patients through gently these remedies called the “Numbered it has come to be primarily referred to stimulating congested and depleted Compounds,” which are still being as gemmotherapy. organs and tissues to release their produced today according to Discry’s accumulated toxins. Second, using and Reutter’s original formulations. Laboratory Research energetic testing methods (kinesiology, Combination (or complex) remedies Confirms the Effectiveness reflex arm length testing, etc.), gem- consisting of several homeopathics of Gemmotherapy motherapy remedies consistently test mixed together in a single bottle are Modern research studies have superior to homeopathic drainage also available from other homeopathic borne out what Dr. Henry found clini- remedies. Finally, both of these forms companies and sold at many health cally—that the strong active essence of of homeopathic therapies have the food stores. Although these combina- live and growth factors contained in potential of antidoting—that is, cancel- tion remedies are not as effective in the the young parts of plants renders these ing out—a patient’s constitutional long run as the use of accurately pre- gemmotheraphy remedies much more homeopathic remedy, in contrast to scribed single homeopathic remedies, potent than herbals traditionally de- the gemmotherapy botanicals, which they are often helpful in the treatment rived from older adult plants. For ex- do not antidote homeopathics. There- of acute diseases such as colds or flu ample, in one French study, seven fore, in order to avoid this possibility, that come on rapidly and generally types of antioxidants (vitamin C, an- as well as the fact that the gemmo- don’t last more than a few days. thocyanidins, flavonoids, etc.) were therapy botanicals have clinically isolated in the young bud of the Ribes stood the test of time for almost a Herbal Remedies for nigrum (black currant) plant, versus century, these remedies are featured in Drainage Purposes only three found in the more mature the remainder of this article as the In 1947, a Belgian physician leaf portion of this plant. Further, the primary mode of drainage therapy. named Pol Henry (1918-1988) made an young buds in this plant were found to important discovery. Instead of utilizing have substantially higher levels of Natural Drainage in the Body a mature adult plant to prepare an amino acids (the building blocks of In a healthy body, what might be herbal remedy, as herbalists had tradi- proteins) than in the adult leaf. In fact, termed “organic drainage” occurs auto- tionally done in the past, Henry began the vitality of this young black currant matically every day. Through the excre- to experiment with using the parts of bud is most dramatically illustrated by tion of bile, feces, urine, sweat, as well very young plants such as the buds, its high content of arginine—5.7 as carbon dioxide simply through 26 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment breathing, the body is constantly in the because of their removal of carbon react to nutrients with deficient drain- process of draining and purifying itself. dioxide from exhalation; and the skin, age issues. However, when defecation, urination, because of the removal of waste via perspiration, or respiration is disturbed perspiration. In a healthy functioning Dr. Michael Badanek has been serving in any manner—overloaded from toxic body, toxins are expediently transport- the Central Florida area for more than stressors such as mercury and amalgam ed to these emunctories through the 30 years in active clinical practice. Dr. fillings, inflamed from a dental or tonsil blood, and more slowly through the Badanek is a licensed Chiropractic focal infection, or chronically congested lymph fluid and the tissues (the extra- Physician with extensive training in from dysfunctioning metabolic pathways cellular matrix). When these five pri- Alternative Complementary Medicine in the liver—drainage becomes less mary emunctories fail to function including nutrition, applied kinesiology, efficient, and illness ensues over time. optimally, however, the body utilizes functional and traditional medicine, its next line of defense to drain tox- and electrodermal screening, with The Five Primary ins—the secondary, but less efficient, three board certifications. His real love Emunctories emunctories, including but not limited and zeal is treating patients with all Natural organic drainage is real- to the mucous membranes, musculo- types of conditions with alternative/ ized through the body’s emunctories. skeletal system, and more intense skin functional medicine, especially people This term derives from the Latin word activity such as rashes and other with a problem or ailment which has emungere, meaning “to cleanse,” and inflammations. not responded to traditional or alterna- refers to the organs and tissues that tive treatments. Dr. Badanek’s website excrete toxins in the body. The primary Conclusion is www.alternativewholistic.com. For a emunctories in the body are thus the If you or a loved one is experienc- consultation, call 352-622-1151. major excretory organs—the liver and ing chronic, long-term conditions with gallbladder through bile excretion, the little or no relief, consider being evalu- PUBLISHER’S NOTE: In the July issue, kidneys through urination, and the ated for these underlying chronic Dr. Badanek’s credentials were pub- intestines through bowel movements. conditions. In many instances, there is lished incorrectly in the title section of Also included in this list are the lungs, an inability for the body to absorb or his article. We regret the error. COUPON New Patient Special: $25.00 off one-hour massage. www.GoNaturalAwakenings.com August 2011 27 What’s Really defecate can result in this infection. Spiro P is unclassified and is the second most-frequent spirochete infec- tion. The source seems to be mainly Making You Tired? insect bites. Spiro T is the Treponema genus. The species Treponema Palli- dum is syphilis, which is uncommon. Most of the time we are dealing with by Dr. Paula Koger, DOM insect-vectored infection. O The most frequent spirochete ne of the biggest causes of Here is what I learned about Lymes. infection is unclassified and we call it fatigue and many other dis- The spirochete bacterial infections Spiro X. This type has been linked to eases is not being identified are one of the most, if not the most, animal waste products. However, and treated: Lymes. destructive infections. These large, theoretically, all of the spirochetes can In life we are guided to follow a corkscrew-shaped bacteria destroy be transmitted by insect bites. path that is best for us. Sometimes it is tissue wherever they attack. Much of The signs and symptoms are wide- hard to understand and follow that the damage is not reversible—there- ly varied, depending where the infec- guidance. This is the case for me. I was a fore, it is important to diagnose and tion is active. If it attacks the brain, nurse, professor of nursing, and coun- treat early. Unfortunately, the usual then there is destruction of brain tissue selor before I was beckoned very clearly diagnostic tests are not reliable. These resulting in dementia, and/or bipolar to acupuncture training and a PH.D. in bacteria can be recognized by use of a or manic-depressive disorder. Every Alternative Medicine. That has been the dark field micro- scope; however, few case of bipolar disorder which I have second-best calling in my life—yet it was doctors have them. Furthermore, there evaluated has been traced to a spiro- hard for me to follow, because it seemed are a number of types of these bacteria chete infection. Research has shown so far removed from my upbringing and and the most common ones are that this infection destroys subcortical mainstream career experience. unidentified. brain tissue that controls affect. This I am thankful I stepped out of that In the system that I use, the spiro- bacterium has also shown up in stream and followed my flow to a way chetes are classified on a genus level. schizophrenia, although my sample is of helping myself and others find Spiro L is for Lymes disease, which is much smaller. solutions for health achievement. I prevalent in the Northeast and spread- If the spirochetes attack the heart, have had to look beyond our standard ing thru the Southwest. The deer tick is then the person gets congestive heart assessment and treatment tools to get a major source of this infection. The failure because it destroys the heart the results. I thank Dr. Whitaker, MD, Lepto Spirochete infection is attributed muscle. If the infection attacks the Dr. Marc, MD, and many more bril- to contact with animal waste products. arteries, then the person is likely to get liant pioneers who guided me. Inhaling dust from where animals a dissecting aneurysm. This infection frequently attacks the muscular-skele- tal system, resulting in rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. There can be collapsing of the spine resulting in severe pain. These bacteria can attack most any part of the body. I call it the silent killer because of its insidious nature. I find it often in patients who have diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue. Because I have found laboratory tests do not always show Lymes when it is there, I have relied on Dr. L.J. Marx, MD’s training in neuro-kinesiol- ogy testing which I have found to be highly reliable if done correctly. The herbal formula and homeopathy have been very effective for those who meet the criteria. One of the remarkable recoveries was a 14-year-old girl who had been 28 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment diagnosed as OCD. Her mother was desperate, as the girl was behaving insanely and missing 2-3 days of school each week. In my office, she tested positive for Lymes using neuro-kinesiology testing. Her mother and she could not believe it, so they had her blood tested. The doctor who did the test said she did not have Lymes because she tested positive to only one type of spirochete. She agreed to take the herbs for Lymes anyway. Shortly after starting them, she improved in all ways, including that she stopped cutting her wrist. She is volunteering at a summer camp as a counselor this summer with no sickness. Other things need to be addressed such as diet and stress-causing atti- tudes and traumas, which are stored in the tissues and block the healing. Again, herbs and homeopathy is a big key. I have had children as patients who were labeled autistic and became normal after this Lymes protocol was implemented. The list of symptoms Lymes can cause includes: Insomnia, depression, hyperactivity, muscle pains and loss of function, GI distress, car- diac symptoms, and many more. My favorite example of a patient who had a miraculous recovery is a 25-year-old man whose mother just about carried him in because he was so weak. He could not eat anything but coconuts. Within days, he was on the path to recovery when neuro-kine- siology testing showed he had Lyme disease. He’d had thousands of dollars’ worth of testing of blood and urine, with no significant findings. In a few weeks, he was completely well and is now working as a pianist, composer, and massage therapist. I would say it has become a spe- cialty for me, as I have found it to be what is necessary to get the results and has proven to be very effective for me and my patients. Dr. Paula Koger, DOM, can be reached at 941-539-4232, or visit www. wealthofhealthcenter.com. She prac- tices in Sarasota and Dunnellon. www.GoNaturalAwakenings.com August 2011 29 Coaching as I am especially inspired to coach coaches, supporting them to build excellence. That is why it is important to follow a rigorous, high-quality Career, Way their careers. When I began coaching coach training course, and to get certi- Marie Glasheen, for example, she was fication with a recognized organiza- of Life, and working at a fairly satisfying job, but tion, such as the International Coach More was also eager to create a career path Federation (ICF). that aligned with her sense of higher To maintain your enthusiasm for by David B. Wolf, purpose. Soon after establishing her developing your coaching practice, Ph.D. coaching practice, Marie received realize that it may take some time. comments such as these: “I feel like Cultivate patience as you build your I play tennis, and I boldly assert that we moved mountains this morning,” practice, and consider developing an in the game of tennis, I don’t need a “Thanks for reminding me about the area of focus or specialization to help coach. That’s because in tennis I’m power that is me,” “My relationships you attract the right clientele for you. satisfied with mediocrity. Federer, Nad- on all fronts have never been more Many coaching professionals become al, and Roddick play at an extraordi- clean,” “I so much appreciate how our known in their communities by offer- nary level of excellence, and they want work ranges from the everyday (better ing value in forms such as workshops, top coaches because of their dedication eating habits, improved time manage- articles, and newsletters, with no to constantly refining their game. ment) through practical and emotional expectation of reimbursement. Life coaching is primarily for peo- challenges (work-life balance, asser- This creates trust that naturally ple who are devoted to excellence in tiveness, conflict resolution), to pro- leads to reciprocal relationships that their lives, whether in emotional intel- found questions of who I am, how I attract abundance. Many coaches also ligence, financial freedom, spiritual want my life to be, and how best to get tap into the power of the internet and realization, health, or career. I am there,” and “Some of my sessions bring social media, where the coaching enlivened by clients who are commit- dramatic insights, others bring subtle services offered are placed in front of a ted to high levels of distinction. Such shifts, but all take me to unexpected constantly growing, limitless audience dedication challenges me to coach and places, to seeing my life with fresh of people who want to be coached. live at top quality in service to others. eyes.” Personally, I view coaching not as “Every day, each client, I get a sense a job, or even a career, but rather as of really making a difference,” Marie integral to achieving life purpose. Most said of her vocation. “I love playing a effective coaching sessions result in a part in supporting people to thrive, to client moving from point A to point B live from inspiration and courage.” in some area of their life. All successful A career in coaching offers flex- coaching sessions raise awareness and ibility, with possibilities to conduct nurture self-realization. Meaningful sessions in person, by phone or Skype, human relations involve supporting and to offer correspondence coaching and challenging each other towards to complement the sessions. Also there growth, in the direction of knowing are ever-expanding opportunities to the self. To quote St. Francis, “What we develop coaching with various popula- are looking for is what is looking.” tions including executives, parents, If you’re excited about facilitating college students, people seeking life the spirit of discovery for “what is purpose, and those eager for satisfying looking,” consider coaching as a ca- relationships. Coaching has emerged reer, way of life, and much more. as a crucial human services profession of the 21st century, as increasing num- David B. Wolf, Ph.D., founder and bers of people are seeking coaches to director of the Satvatove Institute enhance their lives. School of Transformative Coaching, I encourage trainees to receive has trained coaches, counselors, and personal coaching themselves, so that psychotherapists for more than 30 they directly experience what they years. He is the author of Relationships intend to give to others. Also, while That Work: The Power of Conscious each of us has talents, skills, and expe- Living: How Transformative Communi- riences that will naturally serve us to cation Can Change Your Life, and has be professional coaches, there is also a developed and facilitated seminars in a knowledge base and vital set of skills dozen countries. Satvatove’s accred- that is unique to coaching, and essen- ited coaching course begins in Septem- tial for our journey towards coaching ber; visit www.satvatove.com. 30 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment August Garden by Jo Leyte-Vidal, UF/IFAS Marion County Master Gardener A s your gardens and lawns flourish, so do the weeds. According to the Weed Science Society of America (www. wssa.net), some weeds are becom- ing resistant to glyphosate, the herbicide found in products such as Roundup. Constant use builds resistance in the weed, just as insects will become immune to a pesti- cide. Once the herbicide becomes ineffective, weeds have the potential to invade and compete with crops. The WSSA recommends dealing with weeds the old-fashioned way: pull weeds by hand, use mulch or landscape fabric to keep weeds down, and rotate organic weed controls if additional maintenance is necessary. Our night-time temperatures are climbing as summer progresses. Once the temperature is consistently higher than 70 degrees, your tomato plants will begin to slow down production. They Reeser’s Nutrition Center, Inc. / ReesersNutritionCenter.com might also drop blossoms. Though the Do you suffer from any of Free Initial Consultation tomato is slowing down, you can plant new peppers, watermelon, and late the following symptoms? with CNHP. Offering: l A.D.D. l Cirrhosis of the Liver l Nutritional Analysis l Enzyme Therapy crops of eggplant, okra, and southern l Parasites l Immune Disorder l Adrenal/Thyroid l Blood Analysis peas. 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Call 352-629-4000. Facebook is a registered trademark of Facebook, Inc. www.GoNaturalAwakenings.com August 2011 33 CalendarofEvents Monday, August 1 Open House. Meet Dr. Lemire and learn about the prac- tice’s philosophy and protocols. Free, 6pm. Lemire Clinic, 11115 SW 93rd Court Rd, Suite 600, Ocala, 352-291-9459, www.LemireClinic.com. Wednesday, August 3 HGC weight loss: safe homeopathic solution. Detox coaching and support. FREE consultation; call for appointment. Reesers Nutrition Center, 3243 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, 352-732-0718, 351-1298, www.ReesersNutritionCenter.com. August 4-7 Stansted-in-Florida, Psychic/Medium Spiritual Develop- ment Course with Eamonn Downey, Jan Marshall. Held at San Pedro Center, Winter Park. Cost varies by accommodations. International Foundation for Spiritual Knowledge, www.ifsk. org, 407-673-9776. August 5-7 The Mayapuris Kirtan Yoga Weekend: Expressions of Love. $300 includes program, lodging, meals. Amrit Yoga Institute, 352-685-3001, www.amrityoga.org. Saturday, August 6 Reiki Healing with Crystals with Joan E. Knisely, Reiki Master. 12-5pm, $20/session. Call to sign up. High Springs Emporium, 660 NW Santa Fe Blvd, 386 454-8657, www. highspringsemporium.net. Sunday, August 7 Relationships Workshop with David Wolf, Ph.D. Free, 5-8pm, Sacred Earth Center, Gainesville. Pre-registration re- quired; call 352-538-0376 or visit www.satvatove.com/register. Wednesday, August 10 Metabolic balance. All natural weight loss. FREE consulta- tion; call for appointment. Reesers Nutrition Center, 3243 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, 352-732-0718, 351-1298, www. ReesersNutritionCenter.com. August 12-13 Initiation Healing® Meditation: Awakening to Soul Work- shop with author Ojela Frank, Ocala Inner Center, 205 S. Buy into the Magnolia Ave., Ocala, FL 34471. $95 pre-paid, 352-239-9272, www.initiationhealing.com. community Saturday, August 13 Rocks for Kids with Travis Hetsler. 1-3pm, $20. Call to sign up. Parents welcome. High Springs Emporium, 660 NW Santa … Support our advertisers Fe Blvd, 386-454-8657, www.highspringsemporium.net. Spiritual Development, Psychic/Mediumship Class. 2-4:30pm, includes meditation, lesson, hands-on practice, $25, at Unity of Gainesville, 8801 NW 39th Ave. International Foundation for Spiritual Knowledge, www.ifsk.org, 407-673-9776. 34 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment Monday, August 15 August 26-28 Dream Work seminar. Presented by Reiki I and Reiki II workshop in- Nuris Lemire. Free, 6pm. Lemire Clinic, cludes traditional Usui Reiki Ryoho I and 11115 SW 93rd Court Rd, Suite 600, II Attunements, (Shoden and Okuden) Ocala, 352-291-9459, www.LemireClin- hands-on curriculum, manual, certifica- ic.com. tion, meals and lodging. $350. Amrit Yoga Institute, Salt Springs, FL, 352-685- Wednesday, August 17 3001, www.amrityoga.org. Cleanse your body of toxic buildup, repair G.I. tract, support immune system, Saturday, August 27 weight loss, anti-aging nutrition, proto- The New Lemurian Crystals for the col for radiation detoxification. FREE 2012 Gateways Workshop with Sharron consultation; call for appointment. Rees- Britton. 1-3pm, $20. Call to sign up. ers Nutrition Center, 3243 E. Silver High Springs Emporium, 660 NW Santa Springs Blvd., Ocala, 352-732-0718, Fe Blvd, 386-454-8657, www.high- 351-1298, www.ReesersNutritionCenter. springsemporium.net. com. August 27- 28 Thursday, August 18 Reiki I Certification Training with Are You Digging Your Grave With Rev. Ojela Frank, LMT, Ocala, FL, $100 Your Fork? Nutritional evening offered by pre-paid, 352-239-9272, www.initiation- Nuris Lemire. Free, 6pm, Franck’s Com- healing.com. pounding Lab Training Room, 1210 SW 33rd Ave. To register, call 352-622-1814. Wednesday, August 31 Relationships Workshop with David Signs and Symptoms Analysis. Any Wolf, Ph.D. Free, 5-8pm, Sacred Earth time any of the organs/systems of the Center, Gainesville. Pre-registration body are out of balance, there are signs required; call 352-538-0376 or visit and symptoms. FREE. Call for appoint- www.satvatove.com/register. ment. Reesers Nutrition Center, 3243 E. Saturday, August 20 Reiki Healing Circle/Session Ex- change, Silver Springs (Ocala), Free. 352-239-9272, www.initiationhealing. com. The Rainbow Bridge: Connecting with Your Animal Companion on the Other Side, with Melodye Gaskin, PhD. 1-5pm, $20. Bring a picture or item your pet used life. High Springs Emporium, 660 NW Santa Fe Blvd, 386-454-8657, www.highspringsemporium.net. Tuesday, August 23 Raw Food Potluck. Learn about the benefits of raw foods. Bring a raw dish to share with 5-6 people, copies of your recipe, serving utensils and plates for your dish. Free, 6pm. Lemire Clinic, 11115 SW 93rd Court Rd, Suite 600, Ocala, 352- 291-9459, www.LemireClinic.com. Wednesday, August 24 Wellness Consultation on Irritable Bowel Syndrome. FREE consultation; call for appointment. Reesers Nutrition Cen- ter, 3243 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, 352-732-0718, www.ReesersNutrition- Center.com. www.GoNaturalAwakenings.com August 2011 35 CalendarofEvents ONGOING EVENTS Sundays Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, 352-732- Sunday, September 4 Farmers Market, 12-4. Mosswood 0718, www.ReesersNutritionCenter.com. Relationships Workshop with David Farm Store, 703 NE Cholokka Blvd, Wolf, Ph.D. Free, 5-8pm, Sacred Earth Micanopy, 352-466-5002, www.moss- Center, Gainesville. Pre-registration woodfarmstore.com. required; call 352-538-0376 or visit Master Mind Prayer Circle, 9:30; www.satvatove.com/register. Healing Hands Circle, 10; Sunday Ser- vice and Youth Education, 11; NGU, Saturday, September 10 12:30. Unity of Gainesville, 8801 NW Reiki Healing Circle/Session Ex- 39th Ave., 352-373-1030, www.unityof- change, Silver Springs (Ocala), Free. gainesvillefl.org. 352-239-9272, www.initiationhealing. Meditation and Spiritual Lesson, com. 10am. Unity of Ocala, Unity of Ocala, 101 Cedar Rd., Ocala, 352-687-2113, Thursday, September 15 www.unityocala.org. The fall session of the certified Science of Mind and Spirit Medita- n Psychic/Medium Spiritual Transformative Coach training program tion 9:45am, Celebration /Message Development Course, Aug. 4-7, 10:30am, Youth and Children’s Celebra- begins. Information: call 386-418-2037 San Pedro Center, Winter Park. tion 10:30am. Love offering. OakBrook or visit www.satvatove.com. Tutors: British Mediums, Eamonn Center for Spiritual Living, 1009 NE 28 Downey and Jan Marshall. Ave, Ocala, FL 352-629-3897, www. September 24-25 n Private readings available. Reiki II Certification Training with oakbrookcsl.org. Check Web for complete 2011 program Rev. Ojela Frank, LMT, Ocala, FL, $300 pre-paid, 352-239-9272, www.initiation- Monday-Friday healing.com. Organic Food Pickups. Monday, Ocala; Tuesday, Eustis and Mt. Dora; 36 Printed on recycled paper to protect the environment Wednesday, Ocala and Gainesville; Friday, Oxford/The Vil- lages. Homegrown Organics by Doreen, 352-598-4184, http:// www.homegrownorganics.vpweb.com. Recipes: http://home- growngainesville.wordpress.com/ Yoga with Joe Ferrara. Monday, 7-8:30pm, Amrit Yoga Institute. Tuesday, 12-12:45pm, Serenity of Central Florida, 301 Skyline Dr., Ste 1, Lady Lake. Wednesday, 8:30-10am, Ocala Inner Center, 205 S. Magnolia; and 5-6pm, Serenity of Central Florida, Lady Lake. Thursday, 6-7:30pm, Ocala Inner Center. Friday, 7-8am, Premier Medical Center of Ocala, 7960 SW 60th Ave. email@example.com. Tuesdays A Course in Miracles, 7pm. Unity of Ocala, Community House, 2 Cedar Course, Ocala, 352-687-2113, www.unityocala.org. Understanding How to Heal Yourself: Empowerment Medi- cine. 6:00-700. Call for reservations, Dr. Paula Koger DOM, 941-539-4232. Wednesdays A Course in Miracles, 7-8:30pm. Amrit Yoga, Salt Springs, 352-685-3001, firstname.lastname@example.org. Meditation and Visioning, 6pm, followed at 7:15 with Speaker, Spiritual Craft, Drumming, or Spiritual Film, depend- ing on the week. Love offering. OakBrook Center for Spiritual Living, 1009 NE 28 Ave, Ocala, FL 352-629-3897, www.oak- brookcsl.org. Pilates with Ana. 5:30-6:30pm, $55.00 for 5 classes. Space is limited. Lemire Clinic, 11115 SW 93rd Court Rd, Suite 600, Ocala, 352-291-9459, www.LemireClinic.com. Wednesdays and Fridays “Words of Peace.” Free, 7-8 pm. Videos shown from the award-winning TV series. 1208 NW 6th St., Suite A, Gaines- ville, 352-373-5578, www.wopg.org. Thursdays Amrit Yoga w/Veda, 5:30-6:30pm every Thursday. Down- town Public Library, 401 E. University Ave, Gainesville. Free. Dress warmly, bring light blanket. email@example.com. Healing Yoga with Marque. Movement class combining yoga, Pilates, body alignment, breathing. Bring a mat. $25/4 weeks, Feb. 3-24 every Thursday, 12:30-1:30pm. To register: 352-867- 9660. Class held at Unity of Ocala, 101 Cedar Rd., Ocala. Saturdays Farmstead Saturdays. Free, 9-3pm. Crones Cradle, 6411 NE 217 Pl, Citra. 352-595-3377, www.cronescradleconserve.com. Seven days/week Abraham, yoga, breathwork, reiki, much more—something every day. Unity of Gainesville, 8801 NW 39th Ave., 352-373- 1030, www.unityofgainesvillefl.org. Bellydancing, fitness, yoga classes, personal training as early as 5:30am, as late as 7:30pm. Hip Moves, 708 NW 23rd Ave, Gainesville, 352-692-0132, www.hipmoves.com. Yoga classes as early as 5:30am, as late as 8:30pm, beginners (including “Stiff Guys”) to experienced Hot Yoga. 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