December 2015 Newsletter

December Newsletter from Kay Spears MS, CCN
Upcoming Events:
December 11th- WIT Ministry Seminar on Forgiveness (RSVP at info@kayspears.com)
January 13th- Social Seminar- Weight Goals that Last! @Balanced Health Healing Center
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February 2016 Newsletter

Loving Yourself and Others
I want to talk about the word choices we make, our ‘conscious language,’ because I’m not sure everyone understands how crucial language is in our overall ability to thrive and limits us from loving ourselves and others to our potential.
Language touches every thread and fiber of our reality. By changing one word, we can expand, contract or alter our consciousness, our awareness, and our reality. Language ...
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10 Tips for Breast Cancer Prevention

 1. OPTIMIZE YOUR VITAMIN D LEVELS

Vitamin D is called the sunshine vitamin because the sun is our best source.  So after decades of loading up on the sunscreen, it is no surprise that a majority of the population is now deficient. Vitamin D blocks the growth of breast cancer tumor cells. Someone with light toned skin produces enough vitamin D after only about 15-20 minutes in the sun a few times a week (darker skinned individuals ...

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The Sun – Nature’s Vitamin D

Sun exposure to the skin is the human race’s natural, intended, most effective and most neglected source of vitamin D.

Vitamin D sufficiency, along with diet and exercise, has emerged as one of the most important preventive factors in human health. Hundreds of studies now link vita-min D deficiency with significantly higher rates of many forms of cancer, as well as heart disease, osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis and many other conditions and diseases.

Sunshine is a free commodity. Humans make 90 percent of ...

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Little Less Weight = Big Benefits

Taking off just 10% of your body weight can have a big impact on your health.

A little goes a long way when it comes to weight loss. Research has shown that losing 10% of your body weight — or less – can have big payoffs for your health: LOWER BLOOD SUGAR, REDUCE BLOOD PRESSURE, IMPROVE CHOLESTEROL LEVELS, LIGHTEN THE STRESS ON HIPS, KNEES, ANKLES, AND FEET. Plus, you’ll probably have more energy, get around easier, and ...

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Food Sensitivity? No Need to Stay Home for the Holidays

Food sensitivities are hard enough to deal with, then the holidays roll around and it seems even harder.

First, there is Thanksgiving, with turkey and stuffing and all the great sides, not to mention those yummy desserts. Next up — the Christmas parties that continue all the way to the Christmas dinner table.

The holidays can be tough, especially when a food sensitivity diet is still foreign to both you and your family. But with preparation and honest communication, you can enjoy all ...

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Breast Cancer Prevention and Risk Factors

October is all about Halloween for the kids. But orange yields to pink for adults in October, because it is also Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in American women, behind lung cancer. Prevention and early detection are the keys to this deadly disease. Today I want to focus on prevention and risk factors.

The body is composed of 50 to 70 trillion cells. It would take 1.5 million years to count them all ...

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Low Glycemic Foods

Low Glycemic Foods: Why should you care?

Losing weight is the goal, but not everyone is successful at reaching that goal. Frustration sets in when you greatly reduce your calorie intake and the pounds don’t disappear. You’re still the same weight — still the same size — or you may lose weight and then gain it right back.

Many believe that simply counting calories will result in weight loss. But guess what? It’s not just about the number of calories. It’s about where ...

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