Youth Seekers Blog

But Her Face!

November 23, 2009

A few weeks ago over lunch with my dear friend, Linda Booth, she related a story about seeing this gorgeous woman at her gym.  The woman had gleaming, long blonde hair, her figure was envious – in fact, Linda thought this beauty must have only been in her early 30’s because she looked so marvelously…

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Up Time America

November 20, 2009

If you see injustice, STAND UP If something needs to be said, SPEAK UP If you make an appointment, SHOW UP If you make a mistake, FESS UP If you’re overstepping, BACK UP If you get behind, CATCH UP If they knock you down, GET UP If you’re out of line, STRAIGHTEN UP When your…

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Soldiers Given Onions, Garlic to Fight H1N1 Flu

November 19, 2009

Here’s a novel idea to fight the flu naturally without one stick!  As long known, what we eat impacts our good health; using onions and garlic are known to boost our immune system. CHISINAU, Moldova — Moldova’s army is feeding its soldiers onions and garlic to help them ward off swine flu. Defense Ministry chief…

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Hilarious Flu Video

November 10, 2009

In this entertaining video from Canada, the announcer whips up a batch of flu vaccine in a blender. It’s very funny – and not as far out as you might think! Original post “http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/11/10/Hilarious-Swine-Flu-Video.aspx”>

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5 Steps Could Add 22 Years to Your Life

November 10, 2009

By Alison Granell, Men’s Health Men’s Health 1. Next time you’re asked, “Soup or salad?” order the salad. +2 years Italian researchers found that eating as little as 1 cup of raw vegetables daily can add two years to your life. Why raw? Cooking can deplete up to 30 percent of the antioxidants in vegetables.…

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Speak Out Against Ill-Advised Coke-Doctors Partnership

November 6, 2009

Connie Bennett Recently, the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)–in a move away from pharmaceutical funding–accepted a “strong six-figure” grant for a new “consumer alliance partnership” with the Coca-Cola Company, the world’s largest beverage company, to create content about beverages and sweeteners for its award-winning consumer website, www.FamilyDoctor.org. The medical academy–which represented 94,614 family physicians,…

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Bruce Willis ‘Not a Fan’ of Plastic Surgery

November 6, 2009

LOS ANGELES His ex-wife may be plagued with rumors of a love affair with surgery, but that doesn’t mean Bruce Willis is a fan. Despite rampant rumors that his ex-wife and good friend Demi Moore is a regular when it comes to going under the knife (although she frequently denies these claims) Bruce Willis doesn’t…

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AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL – The Movie

November 5, 2009

The United States of America is known for being one of the wealthiest nations on the planet with the most opportunities for its citizens. In 2004 alone, Americans spent $12.4 billion (yes, billion!) on cosmetic surgery. With such an abundance of wealth, why are Americans so discontent? Too much television and easy access to plastic…

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THE AMAZING CUCUMBER

November 4, 2009

This information was in The New York Times several weeks ago as part of their “Spotlight on the Home” series that highlighted creative and fanciful ways to solve common problems. 1. Cucumbers contain most of the vitamins you need every day, just one cucumber contains Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6,…

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Learn the secret sauce of success – OPTIMISM

November 2, 2009

Learn how optimism can be a competitive edge in any business and in any job. Optimists are better negotiators, close more deals and make more money. Learn 5 key strategies of optimism that make a real difference. This call is absolutely free – the only cost are the long distance charges. Register at www.secretsauce.eventbrite.com Registration is required…

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The Funny but Not So Laughable After Effects of Plastic Surgery

October 30, 2009

By Cynthia Rowland Just when you thought it was safe to indulge your whimsical fantasies of a younger looking face using the latest and greatest plastic surgery techniques, you discover the tell-tale signs of injections and surgery to be blatant indicators of the ugly truth: these procedures can disfigure you and leave ugly reminders like…

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Golden Elixir Salad Dressing Recipe

October 28, 2009

excerpt from: ‘Essential Cuisine – Healthy Cooking Classes 6 DVD Set’ ½ cup Extra Virgin Flax seed oil or Olive Oil 1 Whole lemon juiced 2 tbsp Raw sesame tahini ¼ cup Tamari soy sauce (low-sodium, wheat free if possible) ¼ cup Spring water 2 tsp Dried kelp seasoning 1 Small clove garlic* 1 tsp…

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Here’s How You Can REALLY Avoid Heart Disease – Without Drugs

October 28, 2009

by Jerome Burne, as featured in ‘Food Matters‘ What’s the best way of telling if you are at a raised risk of heart disease? Most people would probably say their cholesterol level, because too much can block your arteries. That’s why the NHS spends more than £1/2 billion a year on statins to treat high…

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Facial Magic, Dentists and the Ritz Carlton in Clayton, MO

October 27, 2009

What a wonderful city St Louis is!  I had such a great time presenting Facial Magic to a group of 20+ dentists, working with Carol from KMOV-TV lifting her eyebrows and upper eyes and the seminar at the Ritz Carlton in Clayton was well attended thanks to the efforts of Karen Newman and Sami Douglass.…

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Do you take Groupons?

October 22, 2009

(AP) — Bargain hunting. It just isn’t for individuals, anymore. You’ve heard of coupons — now, there’s a site called “Groupon” — that offers ways to make online bargains available to groups of people seeking deals. The site lets users visit the home page and click on a deal for the day. If enough people…

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4 Ways to Keep Your Brain Limber

October 21, 2009

By Gabrielle Leblanc (OPRAH.com) — We are creatures of habit; we love a good routine because doing the same old same old doesn’t take much mental effort. But getting stuck in certain ways of thinking can hinder our ability to both enjoy and respond effectively to new situations. Like a body, the mind needs regular…

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