HPV Vaccine Used as Population Control?
German New Medicine Events
in CORK (Ireland)
with Caroline Markolin, Ph.D.
Thursday, May 18, 2017
INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN NEW MEDICINE
Location: Cork International Hotel, Cork Airport
Time: 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Admission: € 25.00 (at the door)
Everybody is welcome to attend! Registration not necessary
In this Public Lecture, Caroline Markolin presents a comprehensive overview of the
Five Biological Laws as the foundation of German New Medicine.
Sat. / Sun., May 20-21, 2017
TWO-DAY GNM SEMINAR
Location: Cork International Hotel, Cork Airport
Cost: € 300.00 for both days; € 180.00 for one day
Prerequisites: Attendance of the Introductory Lecture (Thursday evening). If you are unable to attend her presentation, we strongly recommend that you watch Caroline’s video of the “Introduction to the Five Biological Laws” prior to the seminar.
Emotional Distress and Skin Diseases
A New Understanding of Muscle Disorders
Seminar Schedule and Seminar Content, see details here at the LearningGNM website.
This seminar is ideal for health practitioners who use or are planning to use GNM in their medical practice and for people interested in enhancing their GNM knowledge. You will also be guided how to apply GNM in your daily life.
Each session includes an extended Q&A period. Newcomers to GNM are especially welcome!
For registration and payments, please email Margie Lynch at:
email@example.com or phone her at: 00 353 (21) 4888 750
5 nutritional supplements that really work
The field of nutritional supplements is a very complex one and there is so much to be said about all the different supplements that you can buy these days that we would need volumes to even scratch the surface. On one hand you have the snake-oil supplements that promise you instant weight loss, insane muscle building effects and stopping you from aging and these are mostly nothing but sugar-pills when it comes to effectiveness. The good news is that there are also perfectly healthy and effective supplements that really do work.
1. Protein Powder
There is no doubt that you can get sufficient amounts of protein from foods that are rich in protein. However, this does not mean that protein powder is completely useless and a waste of money. Protein powder provides you with nutrients needed for muscle growth and muscle recovery. These protein shakes have a significantly lower count of calories than you would get from a high protein meal that would introduce the same amount of protein.
2. Vitamin supplements
A very large percentage of people do not ingest enough vitamins and minerals in their daily food intake. That is why vitamin supplements are very useful when used properly and rationally. What this means is that you only take as much as you were recommended, depending on your age, your health and your gender. Anything more and you will be wasting your money. The good news is that it is very easy to find the exact vitamin complex that will suit your needs, considering all the different types on the market.
3. Fish oil
The number one cause of preventable deaths in the developed world are heart conditions. With the increasingly unhealthy lifestyles and eating habits, more and more people are at risk of various cardiovascular conditions and events that can be lethal. One of the best things that you can do for your heart is to take fish oil. The recommended dose is usually between one and two grams of fish oil per day. Fish oil contains a number of substances that have been found to reduce the risk of developing heart disease.
4. Green Tea
Green Tea has been around for years and its beneficial effects have been proven by clinical studies on animals. It was proven that animals that were given green tea have burned dramatically more fat than those who were getting placebo. You can drink your green tea, but these days, you can also get green tea in tablets that you can take daily.
Believe it or not, but calcium is among the minerals that most often lacking in the diets of people living in the developed world. Foods that are rich in calcium include dairy products, soybeans, fish, dark leafy greens and raisins, to name a few. There are also a number of different calcium supplements that will ensure you get enough of this mineral for your body, most notably your bones whose health is directly associated with how much calcium you ingest daily.
Top 5 Energy Fruits For A Busy Day
Many people find their days are full of activities from morning till night. Work, family needs and personal interests can make each day a challenge of time-management and energy depletion. You can help restore your energy by eating the healthy snacks in this article that give you fuel without causing negative effects on your health. Experts say eating the whole fruit is much better for you than simply drinking the juice because the fiber helps to slow digestion and metabolism of fructose. The following snacks have been given the tick of approval by the team at Medland Dental.
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is an old adage for a good reason. Apples provide a good burst of energy for your busy day and have good fiber for absorption of sugar. Apples are easy to carry and don’t require refrigeration. You can take them anywhere and have them on hand when you need it. The crunchiness of applies also helps to clean bacteria from teeth after meals, which will keep your dentist happy.
For a quick burst of potassium for cell function, cardiovascular health and energy. With B vitamins, phosphorus and antioxidants, bananas provide a great source of carbohydrates for energy throughout the day. They can give you the same boost of energy as a sports drink and help protect against Type-2 diabetes, calcium loss and blood sugar fluctuations. They also support the nervous system and add iron to your diet. Their easy-to-carry form makes them a good fit for backpacks and lunchboxes. Pack a banana to provide that energy boost you need to get through a busy day.
Long known as one of the healthiest foods, an orange provide fructose for energy plus antioxidants for cardiovascular health and immune system support. The vitamin C in oranges helps to reduce inflammation, boost resistance to colds and help you to maintain your weight. With a low glycemic index, oranges also protect against insulin resistance that leads to Type-2 diabetes. Eating an orange during your busy day not only gives you the energy you need; it also provides extra vitamins and phosphorus that help your body to function more efficiently.
Pineapple is one of the most energy-rich fruits available. Its rich carbohydrate content makes it a natural for mid-afternoon low points when you need energy replenishment. Pineapple has high amounts of manganese, a mineral that aids in healthy bones and joints. It also contains a compound called bromelain, which is associated with digestion health and anti-inflammatory effects. The bromelain, along with pineapple’s vitamin C, can help to reduce mucous in the nose and throat, helping to shorten the length of colds and other respiratory problems. Vitamin B, copper, fiber and folate all help to make pineapple a good choice to restore energy reserves during your busy day. Pineapple is also full of flavor, to help you feel satisfied when you’re trying to manage your weight.
For a tasty and effective energy boost during the day, pack a handful of strawberries. Plump, juicy and flavourful, these snacks provide carbohydrates that your body can utilize quickly and efficiently. With vitamin C to boost immunity, antioxidants to reduce inflammation and anthocyanins to protect your heart, strawberries pack an energy and nutritional punch. The polyphenols in strawberries even remove bacteria from teeth to keep your dentist happy.
Top 5 Energy Fruits For A Busy Day
It’s no secret that Alicia Silverstone is an animal lover. Remember how she starred in that sexy commercial for PETA to tell the world she’s a vegetarian? Well now she’s taking her passionate views a step further with her new book about going vegan, titled The Kind Diet, that’s set to hit stores in the Fall of 2009. In case you’re not familiar with a vegan diet, it involves not eating any animal products including meat, milk, or honey. Alicia enthusiastically illustrates how choosing a plant-based diet can benefit your body and how you feel about your body. Although Alicia is vegan mostly for humane reasons, the Kind Diet is also healthy since it’s high in protein and fiber and low in saturated fat and cholesterol. Even though the foods are plant-based, she makes them sound delicious and indulgent.
A vegan diet doesn’t just benefit the people following it. It also obviously saves the lives of many animals, and in her book Alicia explains how choosing a vegan diet can benefit our world as well. Talk about a win-win-win.
I’m curious, will any of you buy this book and try a vegan diet?