Aboriginal Gold Bar

Aboriginal Gold Bar

Aboriginal Gold Cleansing Bar (100gm)

You’ll never go back to a conventional soap bar that is packed with detergents and chemicals!

Aboriginal Gold® Cleansing Bar is gentle on even the driest skin, yet effective enough to keep the whole family clean and comfortable from head to toe.

A mild, dermatologist tested, vegetable-based solid cleanser with Centipeda cunninghamii. and tea tree oil to heal, moisturise and comfort the skin, and grapefruit and lavender to cleanse and deodorize with a refreshing unisex scent.

Ingredients:
Centipeda Cunninghamii, Tea Tree Oil, Lavender Extract, Grapefruit, Glycerin.

Recommended use:
Lather over moistened skin and rinse thoroughly. Suitable for babies and children.

Aboriginal Gold Cleansing Bar is a must have product to own in every home!!

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Bios Life Energy

Bios Life Energy

Q: Who can take Bios Life E?
A: Bios Life E is recommended for individuals 12 years or older. Pregnant and nursing mothers should ask their doctor to see if this product is right for them before use.
Q: How much should I take?
A: Many individuals only need one to keep them energized all day long. Others, especially larger individuals, may need more. We recommend no more than 3 stick packs per day.
Q: When should I take Bios Life E?
A: Whenever you need an extra boost of energy. If you are dieting, Bios Life E may be taken to help curb cravings and provide a feeling of fullness.
Q: What is the difference between Bios Life E – Super Energy Boost (red) and Bios Life E – Super Mental Focus (green)?
A: Bios Life E – Super Energy Boost (red) has guarana for a bigger pick-me-up, and Bios Life E – Super Mental Focus (green) has more Chi-Oka Matcha green tea which provides more L-theanine and antioxidants.
Q: Which energy drink is right for me?
A: We recommend Bios Life E – Super Energy Boost (red) if you are in need of a pick-me-up and Bios Life E – Super Mental Focus (green) if you need improved mental focus and an antioxidant boost.
Q: I drink a lot of coffee. Do I get additional benefits from Bios Life E?
A: Bios Life E has a lot of additional benefits besides an energy boost, including the super antioxidants Chi-Oka Matcha green tea and resveratrol, B vitamins, choline and L-theanine for improved focus, and electrolytes to replenish stores lost to exercise. Bios Life E – Super Energy Boost (red) provides about as much caffeine as a cup of coffee, while Bios Life E – Super Mental Focus (green) provides about as much caffeine as a cup of green tea. The caffeine in Bios Life E comes from all-natural sources.
Q: What is Guarana?
A: Guarana is a climbing plant native to the Amazon basin and common in Brazil. It is best known for it’s brown to red fruit which is about the same size as a coffee berry. Guarana contains more than
twice as much caffeine as a coffee bean and is drunk for it’s energy
common in Brazil. It is best known for it’s brown to red fruit which is
about the same size as a coffee berry. Guarana contains more than twice as much caffeine as a coffee bean and is drunk for it’s energy -boosting effects. Guarana is found in Bios Life E – Super Energy Boost (red) Not in Bios Life E – Super Mental Focus (green).
Q: What is Resveratrol?
A: Resveratrol is an antioxidant extracted from grape seeds that is believed to be responsible for the “French Paradox”. The French Paradox is the discovery that the French have a diet high in saturated fats, but appear to have lower rates of cardiovascular disease than many other countries. It is thought that because of their high red wine consumption that resveratrol, an antioxidant found in red wines, is somehow responsible for this phenomenon.
Q: What are Catechins?
A: Catechins are polyphenolic antioxidants, belonging to the flavonoid family. They are found in tea, fruits, vegetables and chocolate and comprise 25% of the dry weight of a fresh tea leaf. It is believed that catechins play a large role in the health benefits of green tea including protecting cells from free radicals, reducing LDL levels and increasing HDL levels, and increasing our metabolic rate and fat oxidation.

How can we power you today?

Bios Life E provides the nutrients that you need to function for hours at peak levels. Now, that’s smart energy!

E-Super Energy Boost in Powder Form

Simply tear open the packet and mix with water, juice, protein shake… and soon you’ll be enjoying the refreshing pomegranate-berry flavor and have the Super Energy Boost you’ve wanted.

E-Super Mental Focus in Powder Form

Nature’s most unrelenting antioxidants blended with our proprietary matcha tea formula for mental focus and clarity. Carry the convenient powder pack in your pocket, purse, gym bag, glove box, or briefcase. Pour, shake, drink.
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New Rules: How To Love What You Do In th

New Rules: How To Love What You Do

In the past the type of work we as humans did was based more on necessity than choice. You’re a farmer, or metal-smith, scholar, soldier, weaver—you did what you had to do, and circumstances were largely out of your control.

There have also always been people who dreamed of being more than their environment, but breaking out of the path many were born into certainly had to be more of an exception than what is possible today.

Things have changed. The internet, just as one example, is one of the greatest equalizers of opportunity ever! Anybody with a great idea, the skills and the resources can capitalize on a worldwide audience.Hopefully you’ve realized that but you know what? Out of habit many people still don’t.

As a society we haven’t figured out that the necessity of “doing what we have to do” isn’t as ironclad as many would be led to believe; that we have way more options today and way more opportunity then we can even handle. Yes or yes?

The fact is, though, most people do not love what they do for a living. They suffer through it. They do it because they “have” to do it, because they should do it, or because they’re skilled at it. I especially love that one.

“But do you like what you do?”

“I hate it but I’m good at it!”

Are you supposed to love work? Yes!

You know how we can make everyone successful? We’ll all just do one thing. We’ll all be internet marketers. Everyone will get rich, how about that? NO! It’s boring! Maybe not for you, but maybe for someone else who needs, wants and loves to personally interact with as many people as possible. The challenge for them is to find a way to get rich incorporating that into what they do or whatever their passion is.

So it’s imperative to do what we love to do, what we truly enjoy. Joy is a clue from the heart, different from pleasure. When you invoke the feeling of joy you’re tapping into your higher nature, your truer self, and the source of your full power, your full creativity, your full wisdom.

Passion creates energy. Energy creates enthusiasm. When you are passionate about what you do does that come through? Will people want what you’ve got? Have you ever bought anything or wanted to buy something from someone just because you liked that person, versus a person that’s got a really good product, but who shows none or—even worse—false enthusiasm? You don’t want to buy like that. It makes a huge difference for people.

Human energy, at its purest form, is love. And that energy transfers just like any other energy. When you’re passionate about something, you don’t have to sell it. You’re simply educating others on something you really believe in, and their lack of enthusiasm doesn’t temper yours, but rather the other way around. If you don’t love what you do, then what the hell are you doing?!

Now it’s your turn! What do you think? What are the barriers that keep people from realizing that there doesn’t have to be a discrepancy between becoming rich and becoming joyful in what you do? We want to hear from you!!

credits: T. Harv Eker

Love,
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Nothing Has Meaning … Till You Say It Do

Nothing Has Meaning … Till You Say It Does

We’ve all either seen, experienced or heard of someone who made the proverbial mountain out of a molehill. The consequences can vary anywhere from entertaining, to frustrating, even tragic. The everyday tragedy, though, is that so many people continue to assess a negative perception on life’s circumstances when they could just as easily do the opposite.

One of the most important spiritual laws of money, success and happiness is positive focus while also understanding that we live in a universe of duality—up/down; light/dark; black/white; right/left; in and out. You can’t have a back without there being a front. Yin cannot exist without Yang.

That duality is always going to be in everything, no matter what. You’re not going to get some good into your life without there being a downside, and vice versa. So what do we do? It’s our choice. If you see the negative side of things because that’s what you choose to look at, then all that exists for you at that time will be what?

You see the positive side, though, and what will exist for you? You and I know none of this is new, but how many people actually live this way? We get sucked into the mind Frick and we get into a habit of seeing things on the negative side, and we think that that’s what is. That’s the hilarious part. We think that what we see is reality. No! It’s your reality! You just made it your reality. Nothing has meaning until we give it meaning.

The sound is not loud, and it’s not quiet. It is vibrations going out. That’s it. You paint the picture. ‘It’s loud for me.’ For you; sure! You make it anything you want. It’s nothing until you make it something. You’re going to decide. You color things light, and then they’re light. You color them dark, they become dark. They aren’t anything. You make them something.

So what would you like to start coloring things? Light! Positive! What if it turns out to be a disaster? What do you do? You realize it’s not a disaster. It’s a nothing. It’s a neutral. You get to say, “I am going to color it that after this ‘disaster’ something good might happen.”

You’re the one in charge up here. Your thoughts aren’t anything. They’re just flickers of energy and they mean nothing until you let them mean something. You have to have empowering thoughts.

Now let’s get something straight … we know that it’s impossible to never have negative thoughts, right or right? Are we going to let that stuff live inside us? Of course we will. It’s going to happen, but the question is how long will you stay stuck in them?

What determines that? Your habits! That’s all it is. Change your habit by practicing positive focus. You practice and you move on.

Now we want to hear from you. Can you think of a situation where a pattern of negative focus cost you something? What was the specific lesson you took away from that? What practices did you implement to start cultivating a pattern of positive focus?

Isn’t this article awesome? I think it is!

Have a lovely lovely life ahead! Keep practicing and keep moving on with FOCUS!

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Got Roughage? 5 Reasons You Need a High-Fiber Diet

Call it a dried plum if you want, but a prune is still a prune. And we all know what purpose they serve. Your grandma probably has stock in the company – and for good reason. Prunes and other high-fiber foods are essential to your health –and not just to help keep you regular. Read on for 5 reasons you need more fiber, and check out our high-fiber menu…

If you’re like most adults, you’re not eating enough fiber. The average American adult consumes only about 12 grams of fiber a day, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Unfortunately, the 2005 USDA dietary guidelines state that healthy adults should be getting 14 grams of dietary fiber per 1,000 calories consumed. That’s 28 grams of fiber for the average 2,000 calorie diet.

Unless you’ve got a thing for bran flakes, you’re probably eating less than half of the recommended intake for fiber.

Why Fiber? For 5 Good Reasons:

1. Fiber promotes regularity by adding bulk to stool and stimulating the rapid movement of waste through the colon. By serving this purpose, fiber can help prevent bowel problems, including constipation, diverticulosis and hemorrhoids.

2. Fiber blocks the absorption of some of the dietary cholesterol and fat you eat, which can lower your numbers and help prevent plaque buildup that can lead to heart attack and stroke.

3. Fiber protects against certain cancers, especially in the colon and rectum. Fiber helps “move things along” in the digestive tract, reducing the amount of time that stool is present in the intestinal tract. The less time it spends there, the less time bacteria have to metabolize it and produce gasses that may act as carcinogens (cancer-causing agents).

4. Fiber can lower fasting blood-sugar levels in diabetics and those at risk for diabetes.

5. Fiber may also help you to achieve that one thing that almost everyone wants –weight loss. Not only does fiber help reduce calories by blocking fat absorption, it also acts as an appetite suppressant. The bulk provided by fiber is calorie-free (need we say more?), and can make you feel full faster and longer than other foods. Controlling appetite is often one of the most difficult aspects of achieving weight loss, which is certainly a big plus for fiber.

Now that you have five reasons to eat more fiber, what should you eat to get more in your diet? Fiber isn’t hard to find, as long as you’re not looking to processed junk foods. The best sources of dietary fiber include bran (such as bran cereals, like Raisin Bran), whole grains, raw fruits and vegetables (just don’t peel them), beans, legumes, and nuts and seeds.

Our 2,000 calorie, high-fiber eating plan includes 3 full meals, snacks and even a high-fiber dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth. This will give you a better idea of how to fit high-fiber foods into your day.

Example of a 2,000 Calorie, High-Fiber Diet

Breakfast: 1 cup bran cereal (~9 g fiber) with milk, 1 large banana (4 g fiber) and a cup of yogurt

Morning snack: 1 oz almonds (3 g fiber) Lunch: 1 cup split pea soup with ham (5 g fiber), 1 whole wheat roll (2 g fiber)
Afternoon snack: 1 medium apple with skin (3 g fiber) and two Tbs. peanut butter
Dinner: 1 cup salad with lettuce, carrots and tomatoes (6 g fiber), 1 medium baked potato (4g) topped with two ounces grilled chicken, steamed broccoli, cheese and salsa (5 g fiber)
Dessert: 1 cup sliced strawberries (3 g fiber) with whipped cream

Total: 36 – 40 g fiber

As you can see from the menu example, aiming for the recommended 25-30 grams of daily fiber is doable! The basic tricks are to start out your day with a high-fiber breakfast cereal and choose raw fruits or vegetables for snacks. Eat more whole wheat grains rather than processed grains, and eat more beans and legumes. And best of all, remember to swap high-calorie desserts with deliciously sweet, high-fiber fruits for a surefire way to cure your sweet tooth without the calories.

The More the Merrier? If you’re new to the fiber scene and want to bump up your fiber intake, just start slow. Going from no fiber to tons of fiber can cause digestive upset and make you very uncomfortable. Start by swapping your morning blueberry muffin for a bran muffin and see how you feel. Then pack an apple for a snack and order lentil soup for lunch the next day. Take it slow, and you’ll feel better than ever.

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The Dangers of Tanning

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The lengths we have gone to achieve the desirable sun-kissed, bronzed look are often laughable. In years past we’ve lathered ourselves with baby oil or created aluminum foil reflectors to maximize the opportunity for a tan. Now we have tanning beds as the weapon of choice for achieving a quicker tan. But the consequences of too many years of sunbathing and sunburns can result in premature wrinkles, brown spots and worst of all, skin cancer. With all of the information available about the dangers of tanning, why do so many of us still put ourselves at risk with harmful tanning practices.

Tanning Tutorial:

When the body is exposed to ultraviolet radiation (UVA rays), cells called melanocytes are stimulated to produce melanin, the brown pigment responsible for the tan. As a result of tanning, more melanin is produced as an agent to protect the skin from the damage of the sun. Darker people have more melanin in their body than do light-skinned people.

Skin Type:

Nobody is 100% immune to getting skin cancer, and in fact, some people are more susceptible to lasting skin damage depending on skin type. Dermatologists have identified six skin types ranging from Type I, those with the fairest skin who always burn, to Type VI, skin that is deeply pigmented and never burns.

Those with Type I and II skin should always avoid prolonged periods in the sun and never forget to lather up with a high SPF sunscreen. Those with more natural protection from the sun (Type V and VI) are at less of a risk from the dangers of tanning, but should still never neglect to protect themselves from future sun damage.

Fake and Bake:

Not everyone has the time to lie out religiously at the beach to achieve a bronzed body. Since the 1980s, women started to fake and bake in tanning beds to solve this problem, only to create more dangers of tanning in turn. Tanning beds emit more UVA rays in a shorter period of time than the does the sun. While UVA rays may not burn like UVB rays, they penetrate the skin deeper, putting you at greater risk for premature aging and skin cancer. Tanning beds can also damage your eye sight and immune system, and if not properly sanitized, can be a haven for bacteria.

Skin Cancer

Skin cancer doesn’t just happen to people in their 40s and 50s. Increasingly, people as young as 20 have been diagnosed with skin cancer. Skin cancer is the number one most preventable cancer in the U.S., yet the most common. The deadliest form of skin cancer is melanoma, which if diagnosed and treated early enough can be almost 100% curable.

The two most common types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma, which grows slowly, and squamous cell carcinoma, which usually stays in the epidermis but can metastasize or spread. Besides avoiding prolonged hours in the sun or in a tanning bed, remember to always wear a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher, and apply on the most forgotten areas of your body like the ears and scalp.

Trauma-Free Tanning:

If you can be a bottled blond, you can have a bottled tan. To achieve the golden look minus the wrinkles and chance of skin cancer later, try tanning lotions or spray-on tans, which are available at local tanning salons. Tanning lotions contain the ingredient dihydroxyacetone, or DHA, which oxidizes on the skin’s outermost layer, creating the look of a tan.

The results from a sunless tan can last anywhere between several days to two weeks. Tanning lotions are cheaper than spray-on tans and can easily give you the same results. To avoid unsightly streaks, exfoliate with a loofah prior to application to wipe away any dead skin cells.

3 Tanning Myths

1. A tan is healthy and protects you from sunburn. No tan from the sun is healthy. It is simply a visible sign that you have damaged your skin.

2. Getting a tan helps clear up acne. There’s no concrete evidence to support this statement. Tanning can actually irritate the skin and if you are using certain prescription acne treatments, staying out of the sun or artificial light is strongly recommended.

3. The body needs Vitamin D, and tanning is a way of obtaining it. Vitamin D is indeed an essential vitamin that the skin can manufacture as a result of sun exposure, but just one hour of daily sun exposure is enough to meet the RDA for this nutrient. Everyday exposure to the sun and some foods provide adequate amounts of Vitamin D for the body. If appealing to your health doesn’t strike a cord with you, think about how the wrinkles and leathery appearance might look 20 years down the road. Change your mentality of worrying about consequences later and start thinking in terms of your present actions affecting your future health.

Sun-kissed skin does look great, but you can safely achieve the same results with a sunless tan. Invest in keeping your skin beautiful and healthy, away from the sun, and avoid the dangers of tanning.

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Improve Your Range of Motion in a 10 Minute Post-Run Yoga Sequence.

Flexible Routine

Most runners wouldn’t describe themselves as limber or loose—especially after logging a five-, 10-, or 20-miler. But practicing yoga after your workouts can remedy that. By increasing blood and oxygen flow to muscles, tendons, and ligaments, yoga boosts flexibility, reduces soreness, and speeds recovery. This series of six poses targets runners’ tightest and weakest spots, improving range of motion and strength to keep muscles and joints healthy. And as a bonus, you’ll also develop balance, core strength, and focus. Done together, these exercises make the perfect postrun routine.

1. Triangle
Stretches the outer and inner hips and thighs; strengthens the core and legs.

2. Pyramid
Stretches the hips and hamstrings; strengthens the quads and core.

3. Quadriceps Stretch in Lunge
Stretches the front leg’s hamstring and the back leg’s hip flexors and quadriceps.

4. Pigeon Forward Fold
Stretches the hip muscles, including the piriformis, and the iliotibial band.

5. Happy Baby
Stretches the hamstrings and groin and helps release tension in the back.

6. Head to Knee
Stretches the hamstrings and calves. Use a strap for assistance if your legs are tight.

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