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By Janet Vargas - Independent Natural Health Research 30+ Yrs

Like someone so rightly said: Oats are Naturally Processed, Oats are OATS. 100% No Preservatives, No Additives, No Colourings. They are Uncomplicated REAL Food that Nourishes with “NO Extras” Frugal Food, Cheap to Buy!

And you can add whatever you like – you know what’s in there.

So if you’re going to “Cut things on the Budget” don’t downsize on Healthy Nutritious Meals, cut out those Sugar Laden and Artificially Coloured Ultra-Processed devitalised “Cereals” those Con Artists charge you the Earth for instead.

What an Absolute RIP-OFF and you’re taking them home, one after the other, Friends? And half the time, it’s because you weren’t brought up with OATS wonderful Oats OR your Kids have been Targeted by the Cunning guise of those Shrewd Manufacturers. Yes, they deliberately target your Kids with those endless Ads (so many rounds a day/evening) because they Know they will “Nag You” until they get what they want!…

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WHY DO WE CRAVE SUGAR?
There are many reasons why we go for sweet things.

That appetite may be hardwired. "Sweet is the first taste humans prefer from birth," says Christine Gerbstadt, MD. Carbohydrates stimulate the release of the feel-good brain chemical serotonin. Sugar is a carbohydrate, but carbohydrates come in other forms, too, such as whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, which have fiber and nutrients your body needs.

The taste of sugar also releases endorphins that calm and relax us, and offer a natural "high," says Susan Moores, a registered dietitian and nutrition consultant in St. Paul, MN.

Sweets just taste good, too. And that preference gets reinforced when you reward yourself with sweet treats, which can make you crave it even more.

How to Stop Sugar Cravings: Tips to Use Right Now
If you're craving sugar, here are some ways to tame those cravings.

Reach for fruit. Keep fruit handy for when sugar cravings hit.…

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MANY PEOPLE WANT THEIR KIDS TO BE BRAINY OR SUCCESSFUL WHEN THEY GROW UP.
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE WILL SHOW YOU A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT WAY TO HELP YOUR KIDS THAT HAS BEEN COMPLETELY OVERLOOKED OR EVEN UNDISCOVERED BY MOST PARENTS IN THIS DAY and GENERATION.
I HOPE YOU GIVE IT SOME THOUGHT - IT COULD MAKE A LOT OF DIFFERENCE FOR YOUR CHILDREN. SO MANY PARENTS THESE DAYS, HAVE BEEN BROUGHT UP ON HOURS OF TV ETC AND AN ABSCENCE OF NATURE. IT HAS NOT EVEN BEEN CONSIDERED BECAUSE THEY DON'T HAVE THAT EXPERIENCE. IF WE DON'T HAVE THAT BACKGROUND TO PASS ON, WE NEED TO LEARN FROM THOSE WHO DO and BRING THEIR KIDS UP THAT WAY. SHALL WE GO?

From Rain Or Shine Mamma

When we think of learning, our mind immediately tends to conjure up images of classrooms, desks and text books. After all, school is the epitome of learning and an institution that most of us send our kids to in order to gain essential skills.…

THIS KEEPS COMING UP IN RESEARCH OVER RECENT MONTHS AND THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST ARTICLES, FROM Jim Kwik - A Brain Trainer to Top Performers. HE IS THE 2rd BRAIN TRAINING GUY WHO HIGHLY RECOMMENDS IT. THE OTHER GUY SAID IT'S THE BEST EXERCISE WE CAN DO FOR OUR BRAIN. IT HAS BEEN REPORTED THAT WALKING BENEFITS OUR BRAIN TOO and SO DOES HANDWRITING!

The digital era has changed the way we read. According to a study from the Pew Research Center, the average American is reading fewer books than they were forty years ago, with only 31% of the population reading at least one book a year. This is a 10% decline in overall reading habits. So, why are people reading less?

It may seem simplistic to say technology, but the availability of social media, streaming apps, and access to the Internet has provided a welcome distraction to many people who are overworked and overwhelmed.…

By Marcel Deer - IdeaPod

We all know that role models are meant to be positive influences that we look up to as children.

But what happens when you don’t have anyone to guide and inspire you as you mature? 

You wouldn’t be wrong to assume that some people who don’t have mentors as children end up with a huge chip on their shoulders, while others become dysfunctional adults. It’s a sad but true reality. 

Role models can be our parents, grandparents, teachers, or influential people who provide us with guidance and who teach us essential skills that we use in adulthood. 

But when we grow up without good role models, we develop behaviors such as an inability to problem-solve, handle conflict, or work on our self-esteem. 

Maybe you didn’t have the perfect role model when you were young and feel like you got the raw end of the deal. It’s left you slightly bitter, resentful, or sad that you didn’t have the same support and opportunities as others. …

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By Janet Vargas - Independent Natural Health Researcher

Are we Really that Gullible or just plain Brain Washed to Believe All the Claims that are being made?

Vitamin Tablets vs Gummies: Should You Ditch Time-Tested Capsules For Candies?

Yes they look just like candies and come in a variety of flavours. And most importantly, they claim to be the answer for your skin, hair, and even sleep woes. In short, Gummy Vitamins and supplements look tempting and you can avoid taking tablets or capsules. HERE

Be Not Quick To Buy - Recognise Charlatans!

Hey, wait a minute…."they look tempting"….does that mean we can snack on them, whatever? Or have we become so weak-willed that "everything" has to give us "Enjoyment" even Supplements? Let's do the Math and come to our senses hey? Rather than having to be "turned-on" about everything. And if these so-called Supplements do give us a buzz, maybe they are just like the Fake Foods in Supermarkets that Excite the Tastebuds and are Bad for our Health!

From Independent

"Best Solution Is To Simply Not Use These Products" Scientists Say

People routinely using hair care products may be inhaling dangerous levels of chemicals potentially harmful to their health, an alarming new study warns.

The new research, published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, found that several Chemicals commonly emitted by hair care products linger in the air much longer after use.

Researchers, including those from Purdue University in the US, say a person can inhale up to 17 mg of potentially harmful chemicals in a single hair care session in their home.

“We found the results to be extremely alarming. We did not expect to see such significant emissions of volatile chemical mixtures from off-the-shelf hair care products during typical hair care routines,” study co-author Nusrat Jung said.

One of the chemicals decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (that's 28 letters) or D5 siloxane – commonly found in many personal care products – “has been found to lead to adverse effects on the respiratory tract, liver and nervous system of laboratory animals,” scientists warn.…

By Janet Vargas - Independent Natural Health Researcher 30+ Yrs

Do you believe Everything you Hear and Read? As a Researcher, I don't - there is so much Ignorance and Flawed Medical Science out there. Deliberate attempts of the Food Industry to give Misleading Guidelines and Advice to the Public. Even to Practitioners. They do this for Their Advantage - Not Your Health!

We have Dedicated Whistle Blowers to Thank for Some Knowledge which has gone Public for sometime now. Highly skilled Workers from their Science Lab Departments etc. They left those Companies out of Conscience because much of what they had to do for those Giant Food Companies really Offended them. That is, Harming People's Health to Earn a Living. They just could not do it anymore! Can you blame them?

The Misleading Advice Friends, is a Classic for INVESTED INTERESTS if ever there was one! So Truth of the matter is, Who are You Trusting In for Nutritional Advice?…

By Dr James M. Greenblatt M.D - Psychology Today
Specialising In Depression.

Lately, exercise has been at the forefront of every conversation about health. No doubt this careful attention is due to the increasing concerns over obesity and sedentary lifestyles.

And it's true that exercise can improve our health by reducing high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and the risk of developing diabetes. Did you realize though that exercise also has amazing positive psychological effects?

Besides the obvious physical health benefits, exercise can also:

A great deal of research dating as far back as the 1980s has shown that exercise can effectively reduce cases of mild to moderate depression. Yet, psychiatrists, particularly those in the US, tend to underestimate the benefits of exercise and rarely prescribe it. British physicians, on the other hand, can actually prescribe exercise as a treatment for depression, with the National Health Service subsidizing some or all of the cost.…

By Janet Vargas - Owner Of This Website

Adopting some things from Yesteryear and some of us have not even been brought up with, like having a Clothesline and drying our Clothes Naturally, for instance. In this Article, I hope I can Inspire you towards some beneficial changes that will make a difference in your life or family some time in the very new future. Makes for more Family Orientation - Constant Use of too many Modern "Conveniences" don't.
Shall we go?

Lets Enjoy Sunshine - Nature and Good Old-Fashioned Values!

Here's How Much Money You Save With A Clothesline And Some Advantages

You can Save 20% on your Electricity Bills here in Australia. Your Clothes and Sheets and Towels etc are Fresher. Especially your Tea Towels. You Enjoy the Sunshine and Fresh Air more often - they're actually Good for You, and everything feels fresh and lovely to wear and place on your beds etc.…