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Making connections between body, mind and spirit for an integrated healing approach.

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How I Beat Crohn’s disease

In 1988, I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease. Even after the diagnosis, at times it was so bad I couldn’t walk, and had to crawl around my apartment, crying in agony. Now, I no longer have any pain at all. I have never had surgery. Listen to this podcast and read the accompanying BLOG POST to find out how I did it.

33 MIN2016 OCT 20
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How I Beat Crohn’s disease

Why does everybody talk about Reiki all the time?

Usui Mikao was born in Gifu Prefecture, Japan, on 15 August 1865 and died on 9 March 1926, aged 60, of a stroke. He had previously healed himself of two strokes that he had experienced before. Having suffered bankruptcy and experienced many hardships, he vowed to find the origin of suffering or die, and with this aim he went to a mountain near Osaka called Kurama, where he meditated for 21 days. He achieved enlightenment, and found that he had developed healing powers. He decided to transmit his healing power to others via attunement. The core of Reiki are the Gokai: “If only for today, Do not be angry Do not worry Be grateful Work hard Be kind.” There are four levels of attunement, with level 1 being the lowest, where you can heal yourself and and others, to level 4, which is the highest, where you can give attunements to others and teach. In a Reiki session, the person lies down on a bed or table, and often falls asleep. Traditionally, the practitioner lays their hands in a set ...

34 MIN2016 OCT 13
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Why does everybody talk about Reiki all the time?

What’s so great about Kinesiology?

Like what you hear? See all my podcast episodes HERE, and don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE on the iPlayer site and leave me lots of STARS! Me (on the right), Akemi San (left) and Matthew Thie (centre) in Atami, August 2016. I went to the TFH Kinesiology course in Tokyo and Atami, Japan, in August this year, which was held by the Japan Kinesiology Organisation and taught by none other than Matthew Thie, of Touch For Health, and author of the book, Touch for Health. Over the course of 8 days, I saw people recover from months if not years of pain, both physical and emotional, in a matter of minutes. These were not fakers, they really experienced healing, right there and then in the room. It’s true that Matthew Thie is charismatic, and he was preaching to the converted. Out of about 40 people in the room, 5 (including myself) were beginners, and the rest were TFH teachers and professionals; there were shiatsu practitioners and chiropractors, all of whom use and teach TFH in their daily lives...

16 MIN2016 SEP 20
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What’s so great about Kinesiology?

Sodium – it’s good for you!

“…decades of scientific research have failed to prove ANY benefits of a low-salt diet, and in fact tend to show the opposite. Studies have also failed to prove salt’s connection to heart disease.” Dr. Mercola. Functions of Sodium: Major component of blood plasma, lymphatic fluid, extracellular fluid and amniotic fluid Carries nutrients into and out of cells Maintains and regulates blood pressure Increases the glial cells, which are responsible for creative thinking and long-term planning Helps the brain communicate with muscles by transmitting electrical impulses and regulates muscle contractions Therapeutic uses of salt: People who sweat profusely, have strenuous out-door jobs, do a lot of sport need to redress their electrolyte balance because a lot of salt is lost in sweat Sunstroke Adrenal insufficiency Muscle cramps Signs of deficiency: Diahhrea Vomiting Headache Weakness Low blood pressure Lethargy Weight loss Confusion Dizziness Muscular irritability “In 1997, the DASH-s...

26 MIN2016 MAR 22
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Sodium – it’s good for you!

Silicon and Conspiracy

Hello and thank you for your interest in my podcast. Please click the > arrow below to start listening. http://www.lotusforest.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/silicon.mp3 If you enjoyed what you heard, please subscribe to my podcasts, and leave me great feedback! Below are the show notes.If you have any comments or questions, pleaseuse the comment box at the bottom of this page. Thank you. Silicon is the second most abundant element on Earth, the first being oxygen. It has a great affinity for oxygen, forming silica and silicates, which at 92% are the most common minerals. Silicon’s properties allow millions of bits of information to be processed and stored in computers. Silicon is most commonly found in the form of silica, a compound of silicon and oxygen also known as silicon dioxide (SiO2). As of 2007, 200,000 bone fractures occur annually with a cost to the NHS of over #1bn. Many studies show positive associations between dietary Si intake and bone mineral density in the US and ...

25 MIN2016 MAR 20
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Silicon and Conspiracy

Zinc

Why is zinc necessary? Zinc is required in large amounts in the diet because it cannot be stored in the body. Zinc has a whole range of essential functions in the body, essentially breaking down and metabolising foodstuffs, repairing tissues and the correct use of energy. Because so many enzymes depend on zinc for their correct functioning, even a mild dietary deficiency of zinc can have far-reaching health implications. It is estimated that 11mg of zinc are required daily. Zinc is necessary for many metabolic processes, including: the utilisation of carbohydrates, fats and certain vitamins, the formation of blood and other connective tissues (see below). the formation of hormones the correct functioning of the respiratory system – more below. In the developing foetus, zinc has a vital role in the correct development of RNA and DNA and is essential for the correct development of the foetus, especially its immune system and brain, as well as the development of the sexual characteris...

24 MIN2016 MAR 8
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Zinc

Phosphorus And Junk

Phosphorus is a vital part of human nutrition. Functions The outer layer of human cells is made up of two layers of molecules composed of lipids and phosphorus, in a form called phosphate, which means that it is bound with oxygen and hydrogen. So phosphorus is an integral part of the cell membrane. Phosphate is also part of the cell’s inner fluid, and is essential for several of the cell’s processes – ADP and ATP are the units of energy that the cell uses for converting oxygen and glucose into energy. So without phosphate, there would be no cellular activity. DNA and RNA contain phosphorus in their chemical structure, it is often thought of as the glue that holds them together. Most of the phosphorus in our body is found in the bones. The main crystalline structure in bone, hydroxyapatite, consists of phosphorus, calcium, oxygen and hydrogen. Without phosphorus, our bones wouldn’t be strong enough. Phosphorylation is a chemical process by which phosphorus is linked to an amino a...

24 MIN2016 MAR 3
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Phosphorus And Junk

Calcium, Protein and Bones

The most abundant mineral in the human body is calcium. Animal Foods high in calcium are: Dairy foods, such as milk and milk products from cow and goat’s milk, such cheeses, yoghurt and butter. Fish that are canned are especially high in calcium as they are eaten with their bones. Salmon, sardines and whitebait are the most calcium-rich. Vegetable sources: The food group with the highest content of calcium is seaweeds, and among them, the top scorer is wakame, with 1,300mg of calcium per 100g. Arame and kelp also score high with 1,170 and 1,093 mg of calcium per 100 g respectively. Dark green leaf vegetables, especially cabbage, watercress, mustard greens, dandelion and collard greens, as well as broccoli, turnip tops and asparagus; dried peas and beans, such as black-eyed beans and soy beans, nuts such as hazels and almonds; also organic unsulphurated blackstrap molasses, brewer’s yeast (Marmite) and curry powder are all significantly high in calcium. What nutrients and factors e...

29 MIN2016 MAR 1
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Calcium, Protein and Bones

On Iodine, Salt And The Thyroid

Iodised salt scam article: http://iodineresearch.com/debunked.html Summary: Only 10% of iodine in iodine-enriched salt is absorbed in the body, and iodine evaporates almost totally after about 40 days. Iodine was used as a flour treatment but was replaced with bromine (a sedative), which competes with iodine, as do fluoride and chlorine. Dr. Mercola on Bromine HERE Therapeutic uses: Helps to metabolise excess fat s important for physical and mental development of the fetus Is also needed for a healthy thyroid (see below) gland and for the prevention of goitre. Can help prevent and treat breast cancer and thyroid cancer (see below) Fatigue In cancer treatment, iodine prevents the development of Tamoxifen resistance (a cancer drug) and helps in cell apopthosis (cell death). Iodine is especially useful in treating thyroid cancer and hormonal cancers, eg: breast cancer. Iodine deficiency can be a contributing factor to breast cancer. About the thyroid: Full endocrineweb.com article HERE...

17 MIN2016 FEB 29
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On Iodine, Salt And The Thyroid

Germanium – the lifesaving mineral no-one knows about

The sources I use in this podcuast are: Janet Hull: http://www.janethull.com/newsletter/0207/the_health_benefits_of_germanium_1.php NTS Health: http://www.ntshealth.com.au/wellness/blog/germanium.html Betty Kamen’s article pdf here Many of the world’s most medicinal plants contain high levels of germanium, including ginseng, shiitake mushrooms, aloe vera, comfrey and garlic. The highest concentration was found in Russian shelf fungus. Some scientists believe that germanium’s chemical structure may help the mineral bind or chelate toxic substances and remove them. Dr. Kazuhiko Asai reported Astonishing success with mercury, cadmium poisoning and the removal of PCBs with germanium. The organic germanium he synthesized is called bis-carboxyethyl germanium sesquioxide, aka Ge-132. Therapeutic uses: Prevention and treatment of cancer: enables the body to change its response to tumors by stimulating the body’s immune system itself, not the tumor. Germanium facilitates the movement of ...

14 MIN2016 FEB 26
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Germanium – the lifesaving mineral no-one knows about

Latest Episodes

How I Beat Crohn’s disease

In 1988, I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease. Even after the diagnosis, at times it was so bad I couldn’t walk, and had to crawl around my apartment, crying in agony. Now, I no longer have any pain at all. I have never had surgery. Listen to this podcast and read the accompanying BLOG POST to find out how I did it.

33 MIN2016 OCT 20
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How I Beat Crohn’s disease

Why does everybody talk about Reiki all the time?

Usui Mikao was born in Gifu Prefecture, Japan, on 15 August 1865 and died on 9 March 1926, aged 60, of a stroke. He had previously healed himself of two strokes that he had experienced before. Having suffered bankruptcy and experienced many hardships, he vowed to find the origin of suffering or die, and with this aim he went to a mountain near Osaka called Kurama, where he meditated for 21 days. He achieved enlightenment, and found that he had developed healing powers. He decided to transmit his healing power to others via attunement. The core of Reiki are the Gokai: “If only for today, Do not be angry Do not worry Be grateful Work hard Be kind.” There are four levels of attunement, with level 1 being the lowest, where you can heal yourself and and others, to level 4, which is the highest, where you can give attunements to others and teach. In a Reiki session, the person lies down on a bed or table, and often falls asleep. Traditionally, the practitioner lays their hands in a set ...

34 MIN2016 OCT 13
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Why does everybody talk about Reiki all the time?

What’s so great about Kinesiology?

Like what you hear? See all my podcast episodes HERE, and don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE on the iPlayer site and leave me lots of STARS! Me (on the right), Akemi San (left) and Matthew Thie (centre) in Atami, August 2016. I went to the TFH Kinesiology course in Tokyo and Atami, Japan, in August this year, which was held by the Japan Kinesiology Organisation and taught by none other than Matthew Thie, of Touch For Health, and author of the book, Touch for Health. Over the course of 8 days, I saw people recover from months if not years of pain, both physical and emotional, in a matter of minutes. These were not fakers, they really experienced healing, right there and then in the room. It’s true that Matthew Thie is charismatic, and he was preaching to the converted. Out of about 40 people in the room, 5 (including myself) were beginners, and the rest were TFH teachers and professionals; there were shiatsu practitioners and chiropractors, all of whom use and teach TFH in their daily lives...

16 MIN2016 SEP 20
Comments
What’s so great about Kinesiology?

Sodium – it’s good for you!

“…decades of scientific research have failed to prove ANY benefits of a low-salt diet, and in fact tend to show the opposite. Studies have also failed to prove salt’s connection to heart disease.” Dr. Mercola. Functions of Sodium: Major component of blood plasma, lymphatic fluid, extracellular fluid and amniotic fluid Carries nutrients into and out of cells Maintains and regulates blood pressure Increases the glial cells, which are responsible for creative thinking and long-term planning Helps the brain communicate with muscles by transmitting electrical impulses and regulates muscle contractions Therapeutic uses of salt: People who sweat profusely, have strenuous out-door jobs, do a lot of sport need to redress their electrolyte balance because a lot of salt is lost in sweat Sunstroke Adrenal insufficiency Muscle cramps Signs of deficiency: Diahhrea Vomiting Headache Weakness Low blood pressure Lethargy Weight loss Confusion Dizziness Muscular irritability “In 1997, the DASH-s...

26 MIN2016 MAR 22
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Sodium – it’s good for you!

Silicon and Conspiracy

Hello and thank you for your interest in my podcast. Please click the > arrow below to start listening. http://www.lotusforest.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/silicon.mp3 If you enjoyed what you heard, please subscribe to my podcasts, and leave me great feedback! Below are the show notes.If you have any comments or questions, pleaseuse the comment box at the bottom of this page. Thank you. Silicon is the second most abundant element on Earth, the first being oxygen. It has a great affinity for oxygen, forming silica and silicates, which at 92% are the most common minerals. Silicon’s properties allow millions of bits of information to be processed and stored in computers. Silicon is most commonly found in the form of silica, a compound of silicon and oxygen also known as silicon dioxide (SiO2). As of 2007, 200,000 bone fractures occur annually with a cost to the NHS of over #1bn. Many studies show positive associations between dietary Si intake and bone mineral density in the US and ...

25 MIN2016 MAR 20
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Silicon and Conspiracy

Zinc

Why is zinc necessary? Zinc is required in large amounts in the diet because it cannot be stored in the body. Zinc has a whole range of essential functions in the body, essentially breaking down and metabolising foodstuffs, repairing tissues and the correct use of energy. Because so many enzymes depend on zinc for their correct functioning, even a mild dietary deficiency of zinc can have far-reaching health implications. It is estimated that 11mg of zinc are required daily. Zinc is necessary for many metabolic processes, including: the utilisation of carbohydrates, fats and certain vitamins, the formation of blood and other connective tissues (see below). the formation of hormones the correct functioning of the respiratory system – more below. In the developing foetus, zinc has a vital role in the correct development of RNA and DNA and is essential for the correct development of the foetus, especially its immune system and brain, as well as the development of the sexual characteris...

24 MIN2016 MAR 8
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Zinc

Phosphorus And Junk

Phosphorus is a vital part of human nutrition. Functions The outer layer of human cells is made up of two layers of molecules composed of lipids and phosphorus, in a form called phosphate, which means that it is bound with oxygen and hydrogen. So phosphorus is an integral part of the cell membrane. Phosphate is also part of the cell’s inner fluid, and is essential for several of the cell’s processes – ADP and ATP are the units of energy that the cell uses for converting oxygen and glucose into energy. So without phosphate, there would be no cellular activity. DNA and RNA contain phosphorus in their chemical structure, it is often thought of as the glue that holds them together. Most of the phosphorus in our body is found in the bones. The main crystalline structure in bone, hydroxyapatite, consists of phosphorus, calcium, oxygen and hydrogen. Without phosphorus, our bones wouldn’t be strong enough. Phosphorylation is a chemical process by which phosphorus is linked to an amino a...

24 MIN2016 MAR 3
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Phosphorus And Junk

Calcium, Protein and Bones

The most abundant mineral in the human body is calcium. Animal Foods high in calcium are: Dairy foods, such as milk and milk products from cow and goat’s milk, such cheeses, yoghurt and butter. Fish that are canned are especially high in calcium as they are eaten with their bones. Salmon, sardines and whitebait are the most calcium-rich. Vegetable sources: The food group with the highest content of calcium is seaweeds, and among them, the top scorer is wakame, with 1,300mg of calcium per 100g. Arame and kelp also score high with 1,170 and 1,093 mg of calcium per 100 g respectively. Dark green leaf vegetables, especially cabbage, watercress, mustard greens, dandelion and collard greens, as well as broccoli, turnip tops and asparagus; dried peas and beans, such as black-eyed beans and soy beans, nuts such as hazels and almonds; also organic unsulphurated blackstrap molasses, brewer’s yeast (Marmite) and curry powder are all significantly high in calcium. What nutrients and factors e...

29 MIN2016 MAR 1
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Calcium, Protein and Bones

On Iodine, Salt And The Thyroid

Iodised salt scam article: http://iodineresearch.com/debunked.html Summary: Only 10% of iodine in iodine-enriched salt is absorbed in the body, and iodine evaporates almost totally after about 40 days. Iodine was used as a flour treatment but was replaced with bromine (a sedative), which competes with iodine, as do fluoride and chlorine. Dr. Mercola on Bromine HERE Therapeutic uses: Helps to metabolise excess fat s important for physical and mental development of the fetus Is also needed for a healthy thyroid (see below) gland and for the prevention of goitre. Can help prevent and treat breast cancer and thyroid cancer (see below) Fatigue In cancer treatment, iodine prevents the development of Tamoxifen resistance (a cancer drug) and helps in cell apopthosis (cell death). Iodine is especially useful in treating thyroid cancer and hormonal cancers, eg: breast cancer. Iodine deficiency can be a contributing factor to breast cancer. About the thyroid: Full endocrineweb.com article HERE...

17 MIN2016 FEB 29
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On Iodine, Salt And The Thyroid

Germanium – the lifesaving mineral no-one knows about

The sources I use in this podcuast are: Janet Hull: http://www.janethull.com/newsletter/0207/the_health_benefits_of_germanium_1.php NTS Health: http://www.ntshealth.com.au/wellness/blog/germanium.html Betty Kamen’s article pdf here Many of the world’s most medicinal plants contain high levels of germanium, including ginseng, shiitake mushrooms, aloe vera, comfrey and garlic. The highest concentration was found in Russian shelf fungus. Some scientists believe that germanium’s chemical structure may help the mineral bind or chelate toxic substances and remove them. Dr. Kazuhiko Asai reported Astonishing success with mercury, cadmium poisoning and the removal of PCBs with germanium. The organic germanium he synthesized is called bis-carboxyethyl germanium sesquioxide, aka Ge-132. Therapeutic uses: Prevention and treatment of cancer: enables the body to change its response to tumors by stimulating the body’s immune system itself, not the tumor. Germanium facilitates the movement of ...

14 MIN2016 FEB 26
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Germanium – the lifesaving mineral no-one knows about
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