Welcome to the March 5, 2008 edition of carnival of Nourishment. Many entries this month we just couldn’t publish. Simply not Nourishing. There is so much misinformation out there being shuffled around and around. Here’s a good round up of Nourishing posts, though.
Feminine Spiritual Power
Astrid Lee presents Power of Pearl posted at World Healing, saying, “It seems that many of us know the Healing Power of Pearls intuitively, being drawn to them, at times. This article offers insight on how to consciously acquire pearls into our lives for our health and well-being. Pearls are truly about Feminine power.” Beautiful Astrid. Thanks.
Food Glorious Food.
David Gross presents The Picket Line — 15 February 2008 posted at The Picket Line, saying, “Just how much of a premium are we paying when we buy produce through a Community Supported Agriculture program instead of just going to the corner market? There’s one way to find out: collect the figures and do the math.” David, I hope you decide to continue with your CSA. Your food security and the rest of your countries security is at risk. Soon CSA will be the only way because the other channels of supply will be simply too expensive.
Carole Fogarty presents The Authentic Chocolate Facial: A Superfood for your Skin: posted at THE HEALTHY LIVING LOUNGE, saying, “Uma Thurman, Madonna and Victoria Beckham are all reported to indulge in chocolate facials. Raw cacao (cocoa) powder is now considered one of the worlds most beneficial super foods emerging in our world today. It has four times more antioxidants than goji berries, ten times the antioxidant level of blueberries and thirty times the antioxidant level of green tea.” What a wonderful idea.
Michael H presents Deodorants, Antiperspirants and Your Health posted at ControlYourImpact.com, saying, “This article is the first in a series that provides a wealth of information on antiperspirants, deodorants and the harmful effects these products have on your health.” Sure does. Thanks Michael.
Ellen Landauer presents Nutritional Supplements for Depression and Anxiety posted at Health Freedom Coaching. Ellen, you’ve missed a few: Vitamin A and D and B12 are also important. Check out our friend Amanda’s site and book, Rebuild From Depression.
Alfa Mercado presents Five awesome ways to improve breakfast posted at Wellness Junction by Kavit Haria. Alfa, your suggestions are great. Just make sure your oatmeal is soaked overnight, your nuts are soaked and dehydrated and your protein shake is not soy isolate or whey dried at high temperatures: Mercola’s whey healthier is the best.
HealthyTips presents Healthy Tips For A Healthy Lifestyle: Health Tip #30: Stop using your microwave oven as it destroys nutrition in your food posted at Healthy Tips For A Healthy Lifestyle, saying, “I’m not sure my article fits this carnival, but I’m giving it a try.” Your article is right on the money. Thanks
Anwar Daniels presents Eat Healthier. Try Black Eyed Peas. posted at cannedfitness.com, saying, “A wonderful write up on the benefits of black eyed peas and how they can help you with your goals of leading a healthier life.” Great article Anwar but please, please, please change the soaking time to overnight. There’s too many toxins in beans for such a short soak.
OurBlogs presents Teaching Our Boys To Recognize Their Emotions posted at A Guide to Raising Great Kids. Lovely post about emotional intelligence and remembering that even though boys aren’t as expressive of emotions, they still need to observe them rather than hide from them then act out. Well worth a read.
Dan Taylor presents Five Steps to Peace? posted at The 45-Year Old Six Pack. I just love this post. This is the type of authentic sharing that blogging is all about. Thanks Dan for your wisdom to Thrive by.
Fredrick presents 32 Seemingly Unimportant Things That DO Matter in Your Health posted at Frederic Patenaude Talks. This is another brilliant post. Who said spirit couldn’t be practical. I especially liked:
23. Get rid of all the clothes that don’t make you feel sexy. and
24. Get fit enough so you could save your own life. You never know when you might need the skills.
Great advice I’m about to follow. Thanks Fredrick.
Ariah Fine presents What If We Wiped for Our Great, Great, Great, Great Grandchildren? posted at Trying to Follow. I thought this post was called “..Wiped Out our…..Grandchildren” but it’s “Wiped For…” Got my attention though. It reminded me of my Grandchildren Meme. Ariah, I wonder what you’d love to hear your Grandchildren say to you.
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About the Author...
A Super Hero and one of many who have realised their true calling as saviors of humanity, healers of our connection with Nature and creators of Heaven on Earth. The Nourisher's gift is the re-spiritualisation of the 'process of recreation' we call eating. Mother of three Super Heroes in training and wife to her God incarnate, The Nourisher hails from the place of feminine healing, Byron Bay, Australia. She gathers together Life Creators from all over the globe at NourishedMagazine.com.au