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Do You Need Facials?

You can have all the facials in the world, but if you don’t take care of your skin it’s not going to do much. The fundamentals of taking care of your skin are:

1. Eat only real food, including plenty of animal protein and fat

2. Use therapeutic fats like X Factor (a special butter of grass grazing cows) coconut oil, cod liver oil, borage, black current seed, and primrose

3. Explore supplements. We all need added antioxidants and other nutrients because there are 7 billion people on the planet sucking the life out of all living things, including the food that we eat

4. Sleep enough. Sleep deprivation will eventually lead to sagging and bagging

5. Drink half of your body weight in ounces of purified water every day

6. Avoid toxic exposure, including the stuff you slather on your face (is it toxic)

7. Keep your face out of the sun and/or wear chemical free sunblock every day

8. Use bioidentical hormone replacement if your hormones are tanking (basically anyone over 40)

9. Don’t smoke and avoid being around smokers

10. Quit coffee

11. Exercise regularly to sweat

12. If you’re a woman (well, er) wash off your makeup every single night before going to bed

13. Use retin-a to shrink pores

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Victims of the Food Industry, Part Two

In my last post on this subject I compared factory food to crack and painted a picture of what a “crack” (factory food) addict goes through being addicted to factory food in an abundant foodscape. In addition to having free access to the addictive substances, the crack addict doesn’t have the government on his/her side. The government literally pours money into the coffers of huge agri-businesses. READ MORE


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What Makes a Person “Hot”?

Beauty, good looks, “hot” is relative. The greatest fictional heroine of all time was described on page one of Margaret Mitchell’s masterpiece Gone with the Wind: “Scarlett O’Hara was not beautiful, but men seldom realized it when caught by her charms.” The real-life femme fatale Cleopatra was said to be short, dumpy, and squat, her appearance unremarkable, yet she scored Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. Anne Boleyn, who was not at all a true beauty, so enchanted King Henry VIII with her magnetism that to marry her he broke from the power of the Roman Catholic Church so that he could have his first marriage annulled. Do you think these real-life women sat around and compared themselves to others? No, of course not. They accepted who they were and made the best of what they had going for them. Not everyone can be thin. Not everyone can be movie-star gorgeous. But you can make the most of what you have by achieving your optimal health.

I’m talking to men here too. Physical appearance, confidence, and sexual prowess hinge on optimal health, not on your car, your designer sunglasses, your cowboy boots, or your bank account. Of course it’s easier to impress when you are wealthy, powerful, and connected, but you also want to live long enough with strength and vitality to enjoy these things if you are so privileged. A very wise man recently said to me, “Never underestimate the ability of men to be oblivious about their appearance.” So if you’re a guy reading this and you’re in denial about the state of your health, please take a realistic look in the mirror because what you see on the outside (without mental photo-shopping) is a barometer of what’s going on inside you. If you’re not optimally healthy, things can only go downhill from there.

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