Oral Health and Alzheimer’s – Really?!

Oral Health & Alzheimers

What about the “ugly buglies” inhabiting your mouth as a route to developing AD?  1 #bacteria is Porphyromonas gingivalis. Prevent #oral disease with regular cleanings, flossing & the use of high-quality toothpastes and rinses. Love #Biocidin by Biobotanical.

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Julie Freeman
Happy Birthday Mom!

As I reflect on the gifts that my Mom gave me – those intangible gifts – love, wisdom, caring, knowledge of being a homemaker (years gone by of the Domestic Engineer!) and mother – I feel even more grateful as each day passes for I am now not only a Mom, but a grand-mother.

What are the take-aways here:

Creating a safe place for family, friends, clients and co-workers will foster happier and healthier environments

Active listening is key – be present, be available and hold an open space for others

Value feminine energy - nurturance, home-making (a greatly undervalued service – ever since Rosie the Riveter)

Happy Birthday Mom – and thank you from the bottom of my heart!

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Julie Freeman
Obesity and Inflammation: A Smoking gun

The microbiome plays a role in inflammation & weight gain. Acidophilus found in yogurt does not show impact, but Bifido shows promise in weight loss. Bifido lactis–B420 directly impacts body fat. Check out Ultraflora Control by Metagenics.

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Julie Freeman
Fun Fiber Foods

What makes fiber a nutritious food? Here's what to look for on the label: Per serving you want Fiber (3 grams or more), Sugar (6 grams or less) , and Ingredients (all real food items with no added chemicals).

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Julie Freeman
Stop and See the Flowers

I invite you to see beauty in every living thing. After all, we are all connected — humans, animals, plants — and when we finally get it, resistance and separation begin to dissipate.

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Julie Freeman