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Review of Beat Self-Sabotage: How to overcome the emotions that are holding you back by J. Byrne

Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle 2018Today I’d like to feature yet another gem I discovered in the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle!

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Are you letting emotional baggage keep you from becoming the person you want to be? Consider taking a look at J. Byrne’s workbook Beat Self-Sabotage: How to overcome the emotions that are holding you back.

Each page focuses on one emotion or behavior that might be holding you back and includes information on the psychology about that emotion or behavior, an inspirational quote, a link to a short video, recommended readings, a link to online support resources, and blank areas to record your reflections as you work through the book.

Emphasis is given to procrastination, self-doubt, overcoming being overwhelmed or indecisive, stress, depression, anxiety, anger, vengefulness, and tips to finding a more peaceful existence.

Lately, a number of personal and business ventures have fallen from the sky and I’ve been naturally feeling a bit overwhelmed. Therefore, I thought it would be best for me to begin this workbook with the Overwhelm or Indecisive unit.

First was a reference from an article entitled “Overwhelmed much?” published by Psychology Today which highlights 9 reasons most of us are more overwhelmed than we should be.

A nice quote from Paulo Coelho is the next resource for the topic.

paulo.jpgThen there is this short video made by John Tayles discussing Cures for Indecisiveness.

For further reading try Eat the Elephant, Overcoming Overwhelm by Karolyn Blume where the author shares time-tested tools for eliminating overwhelm and perfectionism. eat elephant

If a book seems too overwhelming, there’s a blog resource which breaks it down into bite-size bits. Here’s the link for Steve Andreas’s NLP Blog and the post Overcoming Overwhelm.

As if these resources weren’t enough, there’s also a link to Stop feeling overwhelmed and get things done printable planner available at Etsy.

Life over Laundry comp & phone.jpegAs wonderful as this personal development workbook is, it’s only the tip of the iceberg. J. Byrne also hosts a micro-mentoring course to help you define what you want from life and carve out the time to create it.

See why I’m enjoying the latest Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle? Make sure to get yours before it’s too late!

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The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle

Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle 2018I have to say that there is a glut of stuff in this year’s Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle!

62 eBooks, 12 printable packs & workbooks,

20 eCourses and 2 membership sites

96 products worth $2,235.92 

There were so many amazing things to digest in this bundle that I was initially overwhelmed. I decided to start with one book, one workbook, and an ecourse. I felt like I had gotten my money’s worth with just those three. I can’t wait to explore the rest of the bundle. I’ll fill you in on my review as I work through all this stuff!

Learn more here.

Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle 2018

Don’t forget the amazing bonuses!

  • FREE Eyeshadow Duo from Redeeming Beauty Minerals, a $29.90 value
  • 50 FREE Loads of Laundry Wash + FREE Washing Machine Cleaner from MyGreenFills, a $36.00 value
  • FREE BeeSilk Lotion Stick (.6 oz) and Foot Rub Stick (.6 oz) from MadeOn Skin Care, a $16.50 value
  • FREE Hannah’s Special Kombucha Tea Blend (4 oz.) from Kombucha Kamp, a $16.95 value
  • FREE 2 oz. Bottle of Teeth Tamer from Earthley, a $14.99 value
  • FREE 2-pack Soap Bundle from Puro Co, a $15.00 value
  • FREE 2 oz. bottle of Select Liquid Herbal Formulas from TriLight Health, a $12.95 value
  • FREE Nosey Plush Toy Aromatherapy Diffuser with Soother Holder from Essential Bracelet, a $14.95 value

As with all ultimate bundles, there is a deadline so make sure you get yours before September 10.

Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle 2018

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Bundle Festival

This week Ultimate Bundles is running back to back flash sales on some of the amazing bundles featured last year.  You won’t want to miss this!

Monday, January 22nd: Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle

This was my all-time favorite bundle of last year!  
UBFEST Ultimate Healthy Living

Find out exactly what this bundle contains here.

Bonuses:
3 Free Digital Guides from Experience Life Magazine ($27.95)
FREE 2 oz. Immune-Biotic Herbal Tincture from Earthley ($14.99)
FREE Grove Collaborative Cleaning Concentrates Bundle, Grove Spray Bottle with Silicone Sleeve, Microfiber Cloth + 60 Day Vip Trial (with $20 purchase) from Grove Co. ($30.00)
FREE $15 Site-Wide Credit from Bloom Naturals ($15.00)
FREE 8 ounce Bag of Red Gelatinized Maca ($15.00)
FREE YELO Scrub + Mask from Orglamix ($21.00)

Get yours here!

Tuesday, January 23rd: Parenting Super Bundle


UBFEST Parenting Super

Find out exactly what this bundle contains here.

Bonuses:
FREE 1-month membership from Musik at Home ($30)
10 free audio stories for kids from Around the World Stories ($30)
FREE 1-month subscription from Bookroo ($18)

Get yours here!

Wednesday, January 24th:

Herbs & Essential Oils Super Bundle


UBFEST Herbs & Essential Oils Super Bundle

Find out exactly what this bundle contains here.

Bonuses:
Exclusive package including the Soft Essential Oils Carrying Case for 9 Bottles and a 10 ml bottle of Meditation Blend from Plant Therapy, $22 value (limit of 3,000)
FREE Leather Wrap Diffuser Bracelet from The Oil Collection, $22 value (shipping to US, FPO, APO)

Get yours here!

Thursday, January 25th: Freedom Fitness Bundle


UBFEST Freedom Fitness

Find out exactly what this bundle contains here.

Bonuses:
FREE Live/Lift Bracelet from Fit Lifestyle Box ($15.00)
$15 Store Credit from Perfect Supplements ($15.00)
2-month FREE Subscription + 2 Instant Download Health Guides from Experience Life Magazine ($27.90$15 Store Credit from Motivational Bottle ($15.00)
FREE .6 oz. BeeCool and .6 oz. BeeSilk Sticks from Made on Skin Care ($16.40)
FREE Rox Mat from Xero Shoes ($15.00)

Get yours here!

Friday, January 26th:

Conquer Your Clutter Super Bundle


UBFEST Conquer Your Clutter Super Bundle

Find out exactly what this bundle contains here.

Bonuses:
Exclusive $20 credit to SaneBox ($20 value)
4 month trial to YNAB ($20 value)—only available to new customers

Get yours here!

Bundle Festival

Do you want them all? Then choose the All Bundle Access Pass! Get yours here!

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The Benefits of Paleo and Keto Diets for Cancer Patients

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Today, I’d like to share a guest blogger post from Virgil and the team at mesothelioma.net about the Paleo and Ketogenic diets, specifically their benefits for cancer patients.  While we here in La Yacata don’t follow a strict Paleo diet with corn featuring such a large part of our diets, we do consider ourselves more Paleo than we were in the US and certainly healthier as a result. Without further ado:

The Benefits of Paleo and Keto Diets for Cancer Patients

The paleo and ketogenic diets are more popular than ever before and for good reasons. They have been shown to be beneficial in a number of ways, from cutting out processed foods to helping people lose weight. Now, there is also evidence that these diets may provide important benefits for people living with and being treated for various types of cancer, like mesothelioma or lung cancer.

The Paleo Diet and its Health Benefits

The paleo diet has a pretty simple basis: don’t eat anything our Paleolithic ancestors wouldn’t have eaten. The Paleolithic was before agriculture, so that means no grains or dairy. Instead, on the paleo diet, you eat meat, game, poultry, fish, vegetables, seeds, fruits, and nuts. Although there may have been beans and legumes around 10,000 years ago, the paleo diet avoids these as well.

Perhaps the best thing about the paleo diet is that it relies on whole foods and eliminates processed ones. There is no vegetable oil on this diet, and no junk food or packaged foods. The elimination of dairy, grains, and beans is more controversial, but the idea is that 10,000 years is not a long enough time to have evolved to digest them properly.

Some of the known health benefits of the paleo diet include:

These can all be benefits for cancer patients, but there are more specific reasons to try the diet if you are battling cancer. The paleo diet is very low in sugar, which has been found in studies to negatively impact the survival rates of cancer patients. The negative effect is greater for any patients who are overweight, and the paleo diet can help with weight loss as well.

In another study, researchers actually found that some types of cancer cells, including squamous lung cancer cells, are highly dependent on sugar for growth. With less sugar, tumors may grow more slowly, which obviously benefits the patients.

Benefits of the Ketogenic Diet

The keto diet is similar to the paleo diet. The idea is to eat fewer carbohydrates and more fats. The philosophy behind the diet is totally unrelated, but it ends up being very similar in terms of what you can eat. The idea of the diet is that eating more fat and fewer carbs forces the body into ketosis, a state in which it burns fat. On the keto diet you eat similar foods to the paleo diet, but also leave out potatoes and alcohol and you are allowed to eat dairy. The basic guideline is to consume 75 percent of your calories as fat, 20 percent as protein, and only five percent as carbs, although there are some variations.

The keto diet has been proven to be an excellent tool for weight loss, for improving sensitivity to insulin, and for reversing the course of type 2 diabetes. It has also been shown in research to reduce symptoms of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease and to reduce seizures in children who have epilepsy.

For cancer patients, there is evidence that the keto diet can be beneficial too. In animal studies, tumors shrank when the animals were fed a keto diet with restricted calories. In other studies specifically with cancer patients, the keto diet was found to enhance the effects of radiation therapy and chemotherapy, making them more effective.

There are few risks of trying the keto or paleo diets, as both are more healthful than the typical American diet. However, it is always important to speak to your doctor before making any drastic dietary changes. This is especially true for cancer patients. There may be some risks that you aren’t aware of and that your medical team can warn you about. You may also want to work with a dietician or nutritionist to get started to ensure that your diet is balanced and has adequate nutrients for you to heal and fight your cancer.

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