Inspirational Video Of The Week: Michael Maldonado’s Cancer Success Story!

Inspirational Video Of The Week: Michael Maldonado’s Cancer Success Story!

Michael Maldonado transformation bodybuilding fitness

Michael Maldonado transformation bodybuilding fitness





















Michael was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 6. In 2007, his blood sugar rose too high and he went into a coma. He was in a coma for 3 months and lost a lot of weight. He eventually woke up and the doctor told him that if he didn’t start taking care of himself, he could possibly die. Michael wasn’t about to let that happen. Watch his inspiring life story now!


Michael Maldonado video called Michael’s Success Story

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Imagine Life By Design | Dakota McLearn

Imagine Life By Design | Dakota McLearn

Imagine a life completely designed by you, one where everyday was created by you.

Im am so grateful for being able to teach others how to create a life of their choice and get out of ‘Being Stuck’. I was there once but a change of a few simple things has allowed me to create a amazing and fun life.

Thank you.


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pier morgans get flu shot then catches the flu soon after haha

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Some of you may have heard some of the Dr. Oz flu shot propaganda the last few weeks. Dr. Oz was telling followers that there are no side effects to the flu shot and it is 100% safe. He even told tv personality Piers Morgan that he should get one because there are no negatives to the vaccine. Well, as Piers would find out, the flu shot can cause more harm than good! Read Ethan Huff’s article on this publicity stunt gone terribly, terribly wrong!! Consider this your Wednesday Wake Up Call!!

By Ethan A. Huff
(NaturalNews) In a recent publicity stunt gone terribly but humorously wrong, Piers Morgan, the infamous CNN personality and British journalist whose unconstitutional views on gun control have sparked petitions for his deportation, agreed to take his first ever flu shot during a live taping of The Dr. Oz Show that aired…

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1. What is the Raw Food Diet?

Have you started hearing about the Raw Food Diet? It’s gaining popularity and buzz, not just as a diet to lose weight, but a diet for a long and healthy life. We eat so much in the way of processed food that we don’t even stop to think about what we’re putting into our bodies, and how far we’ve come nutritionally from our ancestral, agrarian roots.

A raw food diet means consuming food in its natural, unprocessed form. There are several common-sense rationales for why this is a good idea. Processing and cooking food can take so much of the basic nutritional value away. Think of some of the conventional wisdom you’ve heard about for years, such as: If you cook pasta just to the al dente (or medium) stage, it will have more calories, yes, but it will have more the nutritional value in it than if you cooked it to a well-done stage. Or you probably remember hearing not to peel carrots or potatoes too deeply, because most of the nutrients and values are just under the surface.

The raw food diet means eating unprocessed, uncooked, organic, whole foods, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes, dried fruits, seaweeds, etc. It means a diet that is at least 75% uncooked! Cooking takes out flavor and nutrition from vegetables and fruits. A raw food diet means eating more the way our ancient ancestors did. Our healthier, more fit ancestors. They cooked very little, and certainly didn’t cook or process fruits and vegetables. They ate them RAW. Their water wasn’t from a tap; it was natural, spring water. Maybe they drank some coconut milk on occasion.

Doesn’t it just make sense that this is how our bodies were meant to eat? It’s a way of eating that’s in harmony with the planet and in harmony with our own metabolisms. Our bodies were meant to work, and need to work to be efficient. That means exercise, certainly, but it also means eating natural, raw foods that require more energy to digest them.


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Bill mollison – Permaculture – How to Feed the Africa

Bill Mollison, Permaculture, Africa

Bill Mollison surveys some of the permaculture projects he helped to establish in Africa. Features include:

a grade school with a schoolyard garden that produces food for the children’s lunches and provides a tool for teaching the techniques to the students, most of whom come from farming families

An african plant guild, compost pile and beekeeping

Bruce Charles ‘Bill’ Mollison (born 1928 in Tasmania, Australia) is a researcher, author, scientist, teacher and naturalist. He is considered to be the ‘father of permaculture’, an integrated system of design, co-developed with David Holmgren, that encompasses not only agriculture, horticulture, architecture and ecology, but also economic systems, land access strategies and legal systems for businesses and communities. In 1978, Mollison founded The Permaculture Institute in Tasmania.

He received the Right Livelihood Award in 1981 with Patrick van Rensburg.

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