From Dr. Blaylock. Scary.
Timeline PhotosNeurologist Warns of Exploding Neurodegenerative Disease
Due to Chemtrail Toxins ~ Read article here:
http://www.thelibertybeacon.com/?p=16946 — with Rick Duarte.
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Hi all! Let's try this one more time. :) This is a PAGE which is an extension of my clinic, The Center for Proactive Medicine. We also have a GROUP that is private for the purpose of protecting members and their information. We exchange a lot of great stuff there, so if you'd like to join the private GROUP, please just let me know. There is no obligation of you to "like" this new PAGE, but I deeply appreciate everyone's support. My goal is simply to post informational articles as it relates to our genetic SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms). **Think "DNA." We get one set from each of our parents. It never changes.** It is how, as medical providers, look at this information and determine how it applies to certain medical conditions, symptoms and disease processes. We have the ability to "work around" your SNPs, and through epigenetics and nutrigenomics, we can often prevent the "expression" of these SNPs. This is cool stuff!! So, humbly I thank you again, for your support.
MTHFR Ally at The Center for Proactive Medicine
The mission of MTHFR Ally at the Center for Proactive Medicine is simply to provide unparalleled expertise in all areas involving SNPs, NOT just the MTHFR genotype. There are over 300 other SNPs to be taken into account, specifically when applying their "job(s)" to real life situations, disease pro...
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SO COOL .. Please read entire example paragraph:)
"A key component to yoga is the BREATHING, Masuhara said. She teaches her students to take deep breaths as a pause button before reacting to something. It is a problem-solving tool for children, helping them think clearly in a stressful situation.
One of her students approached her and described how he used what he learned in yoga to avoid a fight with his sister.
"His little sister was mad at him. She was so mad that she took her shoes off and was throwing her shoes at him," Masuhara said. "He went over to her, he put his hands on her belly and he told her that she needed to take deep breaths so that she could get oxygen to her brain so she could make better choices. This is a kindergartner telling his little sister this. He said it worked."
Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/08/16/5655260/yogo-helps-children-focus-relieve.html#storylink=cpy
Yogo helps children focus, relieve stress and concentrate at school - The Sacramento Bee
It may be a rare sight to see an American child practicing yoga.