Your Ultimate Guide for Healthy Living


What is stress? Any emotional, physical, social, economic, or other factor that requires a response.

What is a stressor? Anything that causes wear and tear on the body’s physical or mental resources.

Want to recognize stressors before stress takes over your feelings, emotion, and your health? We have 5 great tips to show you how.

5 great tips to protect yourself from stressors

1. Be open to receiving, and giving only the good.

When you are looking for good things to happen, you are very sensitive to feelings that are negative. With the right techniques, you can quickly resist those feelings, and snake out the pretender. Your awareness of your feelings and emotions will be heightened. It won’t be easy to “pull the wool over your eyes.” Refocusing your attention to good thoughts becomes easier with practice. Expressing appreciation for the good that is in your life builds up your fortress of protection, and encourages more longer lasting positive feelings.

2. Pay attention to your intuition.

When you pay attention to your intuition, you are operating in your superconscious thought (the mind of Christ). In doing this you are operating from your imagination of good. Do you sometime say to yourself after something goes wrong, “I knew I shouldn’t have done that.” This knowing is your intuition trying to warn and direct you, but often times we just ignore that inner divine wisdom. This divine wisdom is your great spiritual power that governs the energy of your mind and body. At this level, stress that has been locked in the deeper mental, physical, and spiritual areas within us can be released. This is generally influenced by faith, spiritual study, or prayer.

3. Examine what you say about yourself.

What you say about yourself forms your thoughts. Your thoughts impact your emotions. Your emotions impact your response. Your response impacts your stress level. Negative self-talk produces a negative internal experience of stress, and this could become your greatest stressor. Your stress level can increase to an excessive degree in response to these negative thoughts. Examine what you are about to say, before you speak it. Speak only the good about yourself, so your thoughts can promote a healthy response. Learning to see the humor in a tense situation often changes your mood (emotion). Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. Just start laughing, and see how your mood can change instantly.

4. Observe politeness and respect.

The person that shows you politeness, and respect is usually considerate of themselves and of others. I believe everyone truly wants others to be considerate of them. Disrespect often increases stress, and makes it easy to recognize a stressor. When treated with politeness and respect, a good feeling is often experienced both for the giver and the receiver. Complimenting politeness and respect when you see it often encourages more of this behavior.

5. Ask yourself, is this person in my life trying to get me to shift focus from my goals to their goals?

It is important to recognize when you are not in pursuit of your own goals. This is when the skill of goal setting becomes necessary. When you are pressured to focus on someone else’s goals instead of your own, this could become a source of stress. It is fine to help others reach their goal, if this is done willingly and with awareness. The stress response can be natural and good. It can be a good motivator. For example, one can be energized to finish an assignment as the deadline approaches. But, when the stress response becomes excessively negative, it can cause great damage to health and happiness. In our Natural Wellness Program, goal setting is one of the skills developed in our skills workshop.

In conclusion, being aware is a key for identifying your stressors. This is why we offer the Stress Type Guide now available to you for FREE. With this guide, you will be able to identify your stress type. Knowing your stress type can help you to become more aware of your stressors. Being aware of stressors can help you to prepare for a plan of response to ward off the effects of stress, prevent the wear and tear on the mind and the body, as well as help to preserve your happiness.

Find out your stress type today, with the FREE Stress Type Guide! Click here here.


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Updated: Sep 17, 2021

Healthy fat burning foods made into fat burning tasty drinks can be a great addition to your diet regimen. Fresh Fruit juices are high water content and sugar content which speeds up metabolism to release waste quickly. Their alkalizing effects helps reduce cravings for sweets. Fruits and fruit juices have their best nutritional effects when taken alone. Eat or drink them before noon for best energy and cleansing. Pesticides, sprays and chemical on fruits can enter the body rapidly. So, eat organically grown fruits whenever possible. Small amount of fruit juice in a glass of water firs thing in the morning flushes the Intestine and re-hydrates the body. When you use fresh lime juice, it also prepares the stomach for a meal. Sit while drinking and eating, for best digestion. Belly fat is stubborn to go sometimes; check out the fat burning video below.

Saturated fats should be limited: cream cheese, cream, non-dairy creamer, butter and bacon meat. Chicken fat, pork fat, beef fat or lard are high in cholesterol. Dilute fruit juice to reduce calories. Get junk-food out of diet and substitute with healthy snack, at least while cleansing. It is advisable to use a laxative to evacuate your colon, before changing diet or exercise regimen, to avoid the re-absorption of toxins back into the blood stream. Try to develop a life style plan for your change to be permanent. Stress management can be a major factor in keeping weight off, and in the preventing other diseases like high blood press, and cancer. In our high blood pressure workshop these factors are addressed. See workshop curriculum on Beauty of Healing. The following fat burning drink is a featured affiliate product.


The national cholesterol education program has set a “safe” level of total blood stream cholesterol including both LDL and HDL to be at 200mg/dl (milligrams per deciliter of blood). Above 200 may be potential for developing heart disease. 200 to 239 is borderline. Over 240 is high risk. The normal HDL for adult men in the United States is 45 and for women it is 50 to 60. HDL should be 70 to 80 to protect from heart disease. HDL under 35 is a risk. Always consult your health care practitioner before changing your diet or exercise regimen. Have a plan. Foods and herbs have action and sometimes adverse reaction so, always consult your health care professional before changing your diet or exercise regimen. Food and nutrition safety, weight loss, blood pressure, stress management, and strong immune system are addressed in our workshop at Beauty of Healing


Cholesterol is manufactured in the liver. It is needed for proper brain and nerve function, and for manufacturing of sex hormones. It travels through the blood stream by latching on to lipoproteins. Low density lipoprotein (LDL) are the major transporter of cholesterol. High density lipoprotein (HDL) are considered good cholesterol, because they carry unneeded cholesterol away from the cells and back to the liver, where it is broken down for removal from the body. While eating foods high in dietary cholesterol can raise blood serum cholesterol, it is not the only source of cholesterol. The body produces its’ own cholesterol. Diet high in cholesterol and saturated fat increases cholesterol level. Vegetarian diet, regular exercise, and nutrients as niacin and vitamin C help to lower cholesterol. Diet plan can be made here at Beauty of Healing

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Updated: Sep 15, 2021

Create a Powerful Immune System

Poor nutrition, excessive stress, food and environmental toxins contributes to a weakened immune system. A depressed immune system is the primary cause of many illnesses. Nutrition ridding the body of harmful microorganisms helps in relieving stress on the body and promotes beautiful skin. Find out your stress type, root cause, and how to manage stress in Master Class.

Organs of the Immune System:

Tonsils and adenoids are lymphatic tissue that builds long defense against germs in the respiratory tract.

Thymus gland is the primary central gland of the lymphatic system. The thymus gland, located behind the breast bone, produces T cells.

T cells control the immune system response that is associated with inflammation. Free radicals damage DNA and electrons (electromagnetic energy of the nervous system). It also shrinks the size of the thymus gland drastically reducing the effectiveness of the thymus glands’ role in the immune system.

Appendix is a lymphoid organ that opens into the first part of the large intestine. It manufactures hormones and other body chemicals, which are involved in B lymphocytes' (a type of white blood cell needed to fight infection) maturation. The appendix is affected by improper diet.

Lymph nodes (lymphatic system) are small oval structures that filter the lymph fluid and fight infection. In the lymph nodes are white blood cells (lymphocytes, monocytes) and plasma cells are formed.

The spleen is considered part of the lymphatic system. It is located between the stomach and the diaphragm. It destroys microorganisms by phagocytosis (engulfing). The spleen produces white blood cells and plasma cells. The spleen filters the blood, and removes old blood cells that need replacing.

Bone marrow is another component of the immune system. It produces new white blood cells (WBC fights infection), platelets (clot blood), B cells (precursor of plasma blood cell), killer T cells (immune response), granulocytes (prevent infection) and thymocytes (cells of the thymus gland). All the cells of the immune system come originally from the bone marrow.

Free-radicals reduces the effectiveness of the immune system, and also over burdens the pancreas. Free radicals damage the DNA and the electromagnet charge (electrons) of the cells, thus causing mutation of the cell. The body now see this mutated cell as foreign and attacks it.

Free radicals are associated with high intake of animal fats, denatured and devitalized foods (junk food), drugs or other harmful chemicals. These shrink the size of the thymus gland, which drastically reducing the effectiveness of its role in the immune system. Thymus gland is the primary central gland of the lymphatic system, and it produces T cells as mentioned earlier.

Lymphatic system Cleanse

The lymph vessels, nodes, thymus gland, tonsils and spleen can show signs that the lymph needs a cleanse. Signs are as followed: tired (indicate liver exhaustion), pale skin, extremely thin body, memory failing noticeably, and low immune response with frequent colds. Revitalizing lymph cleanse can make a difference. If the body looks uncharacteristically soft and spongy, or has newly noticeable cellulite, this indicates too many saturated fats and sugar.

Nutrition for the lymphatic system

Consult health care professional before diet change. Preparation is also needed to prevent toxins in the colon from being reabsorbed back into the blood stream. This could contribute skin breakouts and the spread of infection.

Eight glasses of bottle water daily during your cleanse helps to also clear the skin.

Spicy foods boost sluggish lymph system and cut mucous congestion. Foods like:

natural salsas

cayenne pepper

horse radish


Fresh lemon juice in drinking water taken upon rising is used for lymph revitalization. (Lemon juice also has blood thinning properties. Monitor for signs of bleeding.)

Mixed vegetable juice:

juice a handful of parsley

1 garlic clove

5 carrots

3 celery stalks

2 table spoon green super food

(Green super food can be purchased in health food store.)

Herbs that cleanse the liver and lymph: sage, astragalus, echinacea root, Oregon grape root and dandelion root. (Herbs have action and may have side effects. Contact your health care professional before using herbs.)

Mineral electrolytes soup:

3-4 carrots

3 celery stalks

½ bunch parsley

½ head cabbage

1 onion

½ bunch broccoli

Avoid: Caffeine, sugar, dairy foods, alcoholic drinks. These contribute to lymphatic stagnation, so avoid them during your cleanse.

Nutrition for a healthy immune system

Consult health care professional before diet change. Preparation also needed for the prevention of toxins in the colon from being reabsorbed back into the blood stream. This could contribute to spread of infection.

Vitamin C with bioflavonoids helps promote production of antiviral protein interferon. Vitamin C with bioflavonoids is an immune stimulant, an antioxidant and is needed for stress-hormone production (pituitary- adrenal cortical response).

Consult your health care professional as to the use of the buffered ascorbic acid Vitamin C or an esterified form of vitamin C plus Bioflavonoids. Vitamin C with bioflavonoids also support anti-inflammation process. It is helpful in autoimmune diseases as arthritis and cancer.

Antioxidants neutralizes free- radicals by binding to their free electrons. Antioxidant opposes the oxidizers (free radicals that take up electron and damage DNA).

Antioxidants sources are:

Hormone as melatonin

Enzymes such as dismutase and Glutathione peroxidase

Vitamins as:


Bata carotene

Bilberry (antioxidant helps protect against cancer.)

Blueberry (Bilberry is European cousin is the blueberry.)

Sarsaparilla root (used as tea to help get rid of chemical waste)

Bizzy (cola nut) is also used as tea to help get rid of chemical waste.


Vitamin E (monitor blood pressure) rids the body of toxic substances when combined with vitamin C and Selenium.

Vitamin B complex is especially important in stress management.

Fresh lemon (juice ½ lemon in a cup of water once daily) or as indicated by health care professional.

It helps to remove uric acid, toxins, and inorganic calcium, promoting a more alkaline body environment. This also cleanse the liver and acts as an anticoagulant that thins the blood. Monitor for signs of bleeding.

Lemons also have an abundance of vitamin C. As an antiseptic, lemon can be applied to wounds as infection prevention.

Potassium helps to balance chemical imbalance in the body. It helps to prevent constipation, helps tissue retain elasticity, helps to stimulate liver function and promote energy. Some food sources of potassium are:











Sea plants



Citrus fruits

Sulfur purify, and tones. It promotes bile release (secretion). A lack of sulfur prevents liver function, which results in the stay of impurities in the blood. Some food sources are:






Sea vegetables

Selenium (is of the sulfur family)

Bromelain acts as an anti-inflammatory.

It is found in fresh pineapple.

Grape vine used as a tea helps to remove chemical waste especially from the breathing passage.

Ginger bath helps to release toxins via the skin and is good for circulation as it warms and moves the blood.

Garlic detoxifies and helps to heal, helps to lower blood pressure.

Food that supports the immune system indicated below.





Histidine is an amino acid found in many proteins. It is a precursor of histamine, which aids in sexual arousal. Histidine is good for removing excess metals from the body. Natural sources of histidine include:




food sources of fiber:



Flax seed


Rice bran

Herbs for a healthy immune system

Consult your health care professional before using herbs. Herbs have action and possibly side effects.