More on EFT ( Emotional Freedom Technique)
I have purchased all the EFT DVDs and am amazed how well it works.
First, I suggest that you go to the EFT website and watch the video located in the left hand column.
Buy the first set of DVDs “The EFT Course” and be amazed by seeing EFT at work. If you buy more than one set of DVDs there is a great discount.
To find out more about EFT and buy the DVDs go to this site:
If you are bothered by chronic neck tension it may be due to your glasses. I have noticed that many people with chronic neck tension wear either bifocal glasses or trifocals. And many of these people also are looking at a computer screen all day long. Because the visual field of the magnifying section of the glasses is smaller than the computer screen, people have to nod their head all day long to see all the information on the screen. And as a result, the neck gets tighter and tighter.
The easiest solution to this is to get a pair of reading glasses and use them while doing computer work and regular reading. Save the bifocals or trifocals for tasks that require near and distance seeing like driving a car.
“Tea drinking is associated with benefits on bone density in older women,” Devine A, Hodgson JM, et al, Am J Clin Nutr, 2007; 86(4): 1243-7. .
Summary: In a study involving a cross-sectional analysis of the relation between tea intake and hip structure and a prospective analysis of the relation between tea intake and hip structure over 4 years of follow-up, results indicate that tea drinking (black tea and green tea, but not herbal tea) exerts beneficial effects on bone structure by reducing bone loss in elderly women.
In a cross-sectional analysis involving 1,027 women aged 70-85 years, usual tea intake was assessed by using a questionnaire, and hip structure was assessed by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) areal bone mineral density (aBMD). Total hip aBMD was 2.8% greater in tea drinkers than in non-tea drinkers.
In a prospective analysis involving 164 elderly women, the relation of tea intake at baseline with change in aBMD over a 4 year period was assessed.
After 4 years, tea drinkers showed an average loss of 1.6% of their total hip aBMD, compared to baseline, whereas non-tea drinkers showed an average loss of 4.0% of their total aBMD, compared to baseline.
Thus, the authors of this study conclude, “Tea drinking is associated with preservation of hip structure in elderly women. This finding provides further evidence of the beneficial effects of tea consumption on the skeleton.”
Tea has so many more benefits try to drink a few cups a day. It helps fight tooth decay, been linked to reducing prostate cancer, can increase body metabolism for weight loss and a lot more.
High Blood Pressure:
Here is an article by Dr. Michael Murray on celery seed extract. Celery (around four stalks a day) has been shown to reduce blood pressure up to 10-20 points. Celery seed extract (3nB) is a concentrate that is more convenient for some people. I have it for sale and it is also available at most health food stores.
Here is an article by Gary Null and Martin Feldman