Living Well is a Lifestyle with Health being one aspect of the Living Well Trilogy. There is no way to separate the Living Well Trilogy of Health – Finances – Relationships.
Joa Carter talks…
Pharmaceutical Drug Addiction…Did I ever think of myself as a drug addict? Of course not…I only took medications prescribed by my doctor. Did any doctor ever refuse to give me a prescription…NO! Did I seek help…yes, I went back to my doctors over and over and was given more pills. read more… http://ottawakan.com/Living-Well/2012/02/28/living-well-drug-free/
The Sex Talk...Sex is a powerful force in everyone’s life…affecting their finances, health and relationships. The average age of puberty in girls is now nine, in a phenomenon increasingly being blamed on rising obesity and exposure to hormone-disrupting pollutants in the food supply. The average age when boy’s voices began to deepen and they show physical signs of puberty is now 12. read more… http://ottawakan.com/Living-Well/2012/03/03/the-sex-talk/
Living Well with Itchy Feet...I have a chronic condition which I call “Itchy Feet.” For those of you who are thinking literally that I have a bad case of athlete’s foot or some other physical problem let’s make it perfectly clear that I have two fantastic beautiful feet that I appreciate, pamper and take really good care of. The development and functionality of feet varies greatly according to the respect, care and maintenance (appreciation) given to them. read more … http://ottawakan.com/Living-Well/2011/11/10/living-well-with-itchy-feet/
Living Well with Restless Legs…Yes, you guessed it…I have restless legs attached to my itchy feet! What do I do to love, respect and appreciate my restless legs? I listen to them and give them what they require for their purpose to serve their function for a lifetime…movement, hydration and nutrition. Practically all normal well-nourished children have restless legs. “Do you need to go to the bathroom… why are you doing the pee-pee dance” read more… http://ottawakan.com/Living-Well/2011/11/21/living-well-with-restless-legs/
Starvation–Obesity Connection… Starvation: a severe reduction in vitamin, nutrient and energy intake. It is the most extreme form of malnutrition. In humans, prolonged starvation can cause permanent organ damage and eventually death. Starvation and malnutrition is not connected to the amount of “so called food” that is consumed but to the ability of the body to digest and process what is eaten. The body measures starvation in quality not quantity. The percentage of overweight or obese children in the United States is growing at an alarming rate with 1 out of 3 children now considered overweight or obese. Children and adolescents who are obese are likely to be obese in adulthood and to develop obesity-related health problems. read more…http://ottawakan.com/Living-Well/2010/11/22/starvation-obesity-connection/
The Egg or The Chicken?... The modern hen laying eggs for human consumption works in the equivalent of a corporate sweatshop. She is an anxious, frustrated, fear-ridden bird forced to spend 10 to 12 months squeezed inside a small wire cage with three to eight or nine other tormented hens living in tiers of identical cages in gloomy sheds holding 50,000 to 125,000 debeaked, terrified malnourished birds. read more…http://ottawakan.com/Living-Well/2010/08/20/the-egg-or-the-chicken/