The Great Health 365 Blog

Thoughts and suggestions on how you can increase your wellness, every day of the year...
Do What You Really Love

Do What You Really Love

The founder of Honda Motor Company Ltd, Soichiro Honda, once said, "If I can dedicate myself to something I love to the point where time does not matter, there can be no happier life." Isn't that the kind of life all of us really want? But what if that isn't the...

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Why Does Patience Have To Take So Long?

Why Does Patience Have To Take So Long?

Do you know anybody who would love to just go meet their friend at a coffee shop? I doubt that anyone is excited about keeping life as we know it on hold for another 2 weeks! Have you noticed that nothing of real importance happens as fast as you wanted to? Of course,...

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The Pause that Could Refresh Your Health

The Pause that Could Refresh Your Health

While we're on (hopefully a brief) pause as a nation, now is a great time to take a fresh look at our health from a big picture perspective. I hope this podcast can be an encouragement to you in your journey toward the health you've always wanted. I touch on the...

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Does Wishful Thinking Work When It Comes To Your Health?

Does Wishful Thinking Work When It Comes To Your Health?

Are you motivated by the dream, maybe a vision of how you want to feel every day? Or, are you more motivated by avoiding the "nightmare", symptoms you absolutely don't want to be feeling? For me, it's been a combination of both. Let me tell you my story. I've always...

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17 Ways You Can Protect Yourself from EMF Radiation

17 Ways You Can Protect Yourself from EMF Radiation

17 EMF Protections 1) Turn off Wi-Fi router, especially at bedtime (and whenever not using). 2) Cell phone hygiene: i) Keep cell phone on airplane mode when not actively using the phone. ii) If you need to make a call on the cell phone, use the speaker phone function...

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Is There a Downside of 5G Technology? (Part II)

Is There a Downside of 5G Technology? (Part II)

Jane* was clearly puzzled. She had made several fundamental changes in her daily food choices, and had succeeded in reversing widespread muscle and joint pain. As a result, she was feeling better than she had in 20 years. Still, there was this lingering problem. She...

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