Lifestyle Tips

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Lifestyle is your creative way of living. It’s your way to create balance in body, mind, and soul.
You deserve to live your most authentic sensual life! Here are some of my lifestyle tips. –Jane

 

Vanquish Obesity & Diabetes, 6 Steps

Like two sides of the same problem, Obesity and Diabetes have similar roots. The six primary culprits work together to perpetuate a cycle that's tough to break. This article outlines the six culprits, and how to break them. These are the 6 roots of Obesity and Diabetes: Low fiber diet, High blood sugar causing glucose addiction, Refined grains (simple carbs = sugar), Empty foods, Mineral deficiencies from packaged industrial foods, Mental exhaustion, Emotional craving for sweetness and love. These are ...
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Hypertension & COPD Lung Disease, The Forgotten Pandemics

Hello friends, here is my brief video on how to conquer Hypertension and COPD, two top Covid comorbidities. I challenge a few myths, clarify the mystery cause of hypertension and explain how to reverse it. Comorbidity diseases increase the severity and risk of Covid. I'm featuring this 9-part video series to highlight the importance of taking responsibility for our own health and building your immune system. Hypertension, or high blood pressure, affects 1.2 billion people in the world! It is ...
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Healing the Forgotten Pandemics: Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis

This is part four of my video series on how to eliminate the Forgotten Pandemics (which are also the top Covid comorbidities.) This article is about Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis which affect 550 million worldwide. This is all about flour, sweets and sugar. Bone diseases are a major health threat worldwide. Osteoarthritis, means "joint inflammation". Osteoporosis means "porous bones", or low bone density affecting many women. Ancient medicine regards the bones as the root of life-energy in the spine, our genetic ...
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When is a Search Engine NOT a Search Engine?

I value my personal thoughts. The process by which I form conclusions is unique and intelligent. I'd like my thoughts to be independent, unsullied by commercial goals. I use the internet as a library for factual health research. Sometimes I find subjective, opinion-based "science", when my searches for medical information are "guided" or skewed by pharmaceutical interests. "Seeding" ideas is manipulative and dangerous. It goes contrary to my belief that we think independently and are responsible to heal our own ...
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The TOP Forgotten Pandemic: Low Nutrients, Mineral Deficiencies

Hello friends! I'm featuring the TOP Forgotten Pandemic from my video series. Enjoy! Pandemic #1 is so invisible we almost missed it, yet it harms 7.5 billion people, everyone on Earth. Low Nutrient Food and Poor immunity, from eating food that has been processed, but loses nutrients each step along the way. We start with original food, but by the time we eat it, we’ve lost 70 to 90% of the nutrients. DNA modification, Farming chemicals, heat, milling, transport, storage, ...
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Just Like Sugar Sweetener – Temporarily Out of Stock

Hello friends. Many of you are having trouble getting your orders of Just Like Sugar Tabletop Chicory Root Sweetener. I wanted to let you know that the company is temporarily out of stock, and will be back in production soon. I met the owner, Mike Sylver, when I went to visit his factory. I had to check it out, as I was in disbelief that it was even remotely possible to find a healthy sweetener in the USA. I am ...
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Did you know there are more Suicides than Covid deaths in the world?

Greetings to you all from Bali, where all is well. I'm so excited to unveil my new video series. I'm a peaceful person, however when backed into a corner, as we all are now, I take action. In researching the world health situation, I suddenly noticed that suicides are more than double Covid deaths this year. WHAT? It seemed unbelievable, but I checked and re-checked the figures on the W.H.O. website, and they're as clear as day. Check it out ...
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Winner! Best Healthy Food & Lifestyle Blog – North America!

Hooray! I just received confirmation from Corp Today Magazine, that this blog JanesHealthyKitchen has been selected in the 2021 Global Business Awards for "BEST HEALTHY FOOD & LIFESTYLE BLOG - NORTH AMERICA".  This is a joy and honor. I thank you all for your suggestions, subscriptions, your follows, and especially for taking deliciously good care of yourselves every day! Jane ...
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How did Ancient Red Rice become Modern White Rice?

Rice is the #1 primary staple food for over half the people in the world – more than 3.5 billion people depend on it for nutrition. So maybe it's important. Researchers have discovered that the earliest prehistoric ancestor of modern rice was found in China. It was wild, dark red in color, and highly nutritious. Archeologists have found evidence that Paleolithic people gathered wild grasses and pounded them with stones in many parts of the world. Then about 10,000 years ago Oryza ...
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History of Breakfast, What Happened to Our Food?

By Jane Barthelemy.  In times of total uncertainty, we need to have a good laugh. What if you could trace our worst chronic diseases (and COVID-19 comorbidities) back to the discovery of the New World and industrialized food? Tongue in cheek, I'm not joking. This article examines the undeniable history of our beloved first meal, in light of world money and food addictions. Yep. Especially sugar. For sure, breakfast wasn’t always corn flakes or toast with jam. Nowadays, what we eat ...
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10 Steps to Smart Anti-Viral Foods & Lifestyle

By Jane Barthelemy. Our immune system is our most precious resource. In the past century, changes in the global micro-biome have challenged our delicate internal eco-systems, precipitating many of the major health issues we face today. Our environment is continually infused with new chemicals, viruses,  ...
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25 Ways to Increase Your Oxygenation

By Jane Barthelemy. In the wake of concern about the corona virus, many forward-thinking people are focusing on the root issue of maximizing blood oxygen. In a healthy environment our cells are rich in oxygen, rejuvenated every night as we sleep. Optimum oxygen levels will give you more energy, enhanced brain function, and lower stress. You can overcome fatigue easily, you look and feel younger. A low oxygen environment deprives the cells of essential nutrients needed for energy to clean and rebuild. As a result our body fluids and blood can become ...
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Top Ten Recipes for Fermented Foods

One of the easiest and most economical ways to boost your health is FERMENTING! In stressful times when your digestion is under attack from processed food, undisclosed additives, and GMO's, these old-fashioned fermented foods like sauerkraut and yogurt can offer your gut a life-saving break. Fermented foods contain far more beneficial bacteria than most probiotic supplements, and they're cheaper than store-bought pills. Made easily in a variety of flavors, just 2 tablespoons of fermented food at a meal can help restore your internal ...
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How Much Life Force is in Your Food?

Is your food glowing with life force? Or is it lifeless? When a food has just been picked, it's ALIVE with life force and nutrients! Life force is vital energy or Qi. After harvesting, the life force gradually declines. At the very last stage of decline, microbes take over, it disintegrates, dies and gets recycled back into the earth. When food is processed at high heat, it loses life force, so high temperature baking, frying, and irradiation cause a loss in nutrients. When raw foods are dried ...
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Sugars and Refined Carbs, the Root of Body Acidity and Bone Disease

By Jane Barthelemy. Viruses thrive in an acid environment. Millions of people suffer from acidic body ph, which make them more at risk for coronavirus. Sugar and refined carbs are the #1 contributor to body acidity. This article explores the specific link between sugars, body acidity, and bone maladies. Arthritis affects 1 in 5 adults. Bone loss, or osteoporosis affects approximately 54 million Americans. Studies show that both these bone diseases are directly linked to chronic acidic body pH.  This article ...
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Top 24 Anti-Cancer Meds To Eat as Real Foods

By Jane Barthelemy. Do you enjoy green tea, apples, and blackberries? Or would you rather buy your Epigallocatechin-3 EGCG as softgels at Walmart? Take ginger root for example. Pharmaceutical giant Merck calls the active ingredient 6-Gingerol Zingiber officinale "an anti-tumor, apoptosis (cell death) inducing compound that blocks EGF-induced  ...
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What is the Immune System Anyway?

By Jane Barthelemy. When millions of viruses are present for all, why do some people tend to come down with an illness? Why are certain people always the first to catch a bug? Coronavirus is a modern variation on the common cold. Our common understanding of the immune system is mostly based on traditional beliefs, our doctors advice, our parents, the media, pharma ads, and anecdotal sources. This article explores Chinese medicine on the immune system. Moreover, an exciting new world of discovery has ...
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Coronavirus Precautionary Measures

Hi everybody. Since I'm traveling in Asia this month, I'm researching virus precautions. I want to share my findings with you regarding how it is spread, and how to clean surfaces. I hope it's helpful. Most important of course is to wash hands and do not touch the face, mouth, ears, nose, or the eyes. Avoid stress, get plenty of liquids, and rest. As always, build your health and immune system so you are strong. Check out these four articles ...
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Prevent a Virus with Anti-viral Herbs

By Jane Barthelemy. With coronavirus and Sars flu-like viruses floating around the world, you need to know these natural anti-viral herbs and supplements. Whether it’s a cold, flu, mumps, or something more serious, the rules for kicking a virus are the same. These safe plant-based medicines have an important place in your tool chest for basic self-care.  ...
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I’m Writing a New Book! A Bhutan Travel Cookbook!

I'm writing another cookbook! It's big news and a major change in my life. But this will be much more than a cookbook. It will be a journey into the soul of Bhutan, a window to the original Shangri-La, a collection of true stories about how I found balance and peace in the Kingdom of Happiness. Yep. I have some important news to tell you. On a recent trip to the Himalayas, I met a very special Bhutanese Lama, which set ...
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