Crystal Courses for 2015

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Hello, As many of you know, I run monthly crystal courses, they happen the first Saturday of every month (excluding May this year), and are 2 hours long. When I asked my guidance, whether I should respond to the request of many people, to further facilitate their connection to crystals, the response was: “This would be a good time to … Read More

Benefits and side effects of Vitamin K1; K2 & K3

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  Vitamin K2 can lower your risk of osteoporosis, fight off cancer, remove cardiovascular risks and even slow down Alzheimer’s. What is Vitamin K2? Vitamin K comes in three different varieties: Vitamin K1 is the traditional coagulation vitamin that was discovered in 1929. Best food sources Cauliflower (3,600mcg), Brussels sprouts (1,888mcg), lettuce (135mcg), cabbage (125mcg), beans (290mcg), broccoli (200mcg), peas … Read More

Cardio vascular disease and statins 2015 opinion

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Statins can stimulate atherosclerosis and heart failure In contrast to the current belief that cholesterol reduction with statins decreases atherosclerosis, latest research states that statins may be causative in coronary artery calcification and can function as mitochondrial toxins that impair muscle function in the heart and blood vessels through the depletion of coenzyme Q10 and ‘heme A’, and thereby ATP … Read More

Mary Rolph Lamontagne – Eats

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ABOUT THE BOOK                                   EATS:  ENJOY ALL THE SECONDS   Have you ever wondered what to do when you cook a batch of asparagus but only half is eaten? What about that time you bought more fresh fruit than you could consume before it began to rot?   In her new book, Mary Rolph Lamontagne offers up 135 delicious recipes that … Read More

Eat to Compete – Sports Nutrition Performance Nutritionist Tania Kapp

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  DURING EVENT Every 20-40 minutes consume 60g Carbohydrates per hour (to prevent fatigue) That is 120-250 ml of 6-8% carbohydrates solution every 15 – 20min Function:  Sustain blood glucose levels >2-3 hours:  Include Protein (Soy) (4/3:1 ratio) Function:  Prevent muscle breakdown (PS: it will provide approximately 10% of energy requirements) Remember to Include Fat because it will promotes satiety … Read More