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10 Day “Save Your Life Symposium” is Just Days Away!

Save Your Life Symposium

Announcing one-of-a-kind Save Your Life Symposium

10 experts – 10 survivors – 10 days – 30 gifts

It’s a FREE online summit

Hello lovely you,

You haven’t heard from me in a while, and that’s because I have been out-of-my-mind crazy busy producing a one-of-a-kind online symposium that will feature 10 medical experts and 10 soulful survivors. The information you can learn from this event will absolutely transform your life and your health.

For each of the 10 days, you will receive two jam-packed videos from two of the presenters, along with 30 free bonuses you can begin using right away to transform your health. The presenters are Ph.D.s, medical doctors, and New York Times best sellers, as well as soulful survivors of life- threatening diseases who saved their own lives with “common sense” medicine.

Sign up for the Save Your Life symposium now…

Some of the world-renowned thought leaders presenting are Dr. Bernie Seigel, Dr. Michael Greger, Dr. Terry Whals, who’s TED Talk went viral, Dr. Barry Sears, Dr. Andrea Pennington seen on Oprah, CNN and Dr. OZ , and Brian Clement, Director of the Hippocrates Health Institute.

In creating this free event (oh yeah, it’s 100% FREE!) my hope is that this symposium will put to rest the confusion around true healing so you can move forward armed with education, passion, inspiration and confidence to live a better quality of life.

Presenters of note are:

Dr. Bernie Siegel

Bernie has been named one of the top 20 Spiritually Influential Living People on the Planet by the Watkins Review. In 1978 he began talking about patient empowerment and the choice to live fully and die in peace. As a physician, who has cared for and counseled innumerable people whose mortality has been threatened by an illness, Bernie embraces a philosophy of living and dying that stands at the forefront of the medical ethics and spiritual issues our society grapples with today. He continues to assist in the breaking of new ground in the field of healing and personally struggling to live the message of kindness and love.

Dr. Michael Greger

Michael Greger, M.D., is a physician, author, and internationally recognized speaker on a number of important public health issues. His book “How not to die” became an instant New York Times best seller.

Dr. Barry Sears

Barry Sears, Ph.D. is an American biochemist and author, best-known for creating and promoting the Zone diet which is aimed at achieving stable hormonal balance, leading to reduced inflammation, and improved health.

Dr. Terry Wahls 

Dr. Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in Iowa City, Iowa, U.S.A., where she teaches internal medicine residents in their primary care clinics. She has published over 60 peer-reviewed scientific abstracts, posters, and papers. In 2000, Dr. Wahls was diagnosed with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis and by 2003, had transitioned to secondary progressive multiple sclerosis and was confined to a wheelchair. In 2007, Dr. Wahl redesigned her diet and started natural supplementation, what would later become the Wahls Protocol™, and within a year, she was out of the wheelchair and completing an 18-mile bicycle tour. Her TED talk went viral.

Dr. Andrea Pennington

Dr. Pennington has served as the Medical Director and Spokesperson for Discovery Health Channel and Discovery Health Online and has been featured on the Oprah Winfrey show, Dr. Oz, CNN, Fox News, the Today Show, the Early Show/CBS, and many other national television programs. Her mission is to blend personalized medicine with acupuncture, empowerment coaching, nutrition advice and spiritual direction to present a holistic approach to overall wellness.

I and the other premiere presenters are on a mission to share our personal stories, expertise, and global research to educate and empower people to take control of their whole health and whole life.

Dr. Darrell Wolfe – DocOfDetox

His topic is: The Truth Will Set You Free, but First It Will Piss You Off

Dr. Wolfe has 35 years of experience and is known as the ‘Doc of Detox’. He is also known for his role in the internationally acclaimed three-part cancer docu-series, ‘The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest’, which has been viewed by millions around the world. Dr. Wolfe also hosts his own international radio talk show ‘DetoxiFridays’.

Dr. Wolfe’s best selling book ‘Healthy to 100’ is the foundation from which he created his one-of-a-kind ‘Healthy to 100 Club’ where he hosts his weekly ‘Empower Hour’ webinars and ‘Doc Talk’teleconferences to awaken the world with life-changing, foundational tools, tips and strategies.

YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS!

Take a minute right now and sign up for this free life-altering and health-altering event.

With love, passion and gratitude,

Prue.

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10 hours ago

Prudence Sinclair

Don’t Deny Your Feelings

It’s the holidays and everyone seems to be in such good moods, and you hate to spoil the fun with your darkness. You don’t want to feel dark; you want to feel like everyone else seems to.

Denying feelings is an impulse for many (if not most) people. But it’s not healthy and it will truly only make things worse. When we don’t process our feelings, they tend to linger.
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Don’t Deny Your Feelings

It’s the holidays and everyone seems to be in such good moods, and you hate to spoil the fun with your darkness. You don’t want to feel dark; you want to feel like everyone else seems to.

Denying feelings is an impulse for many (if not most) people. But it’s not healthy and it will truly only make things worse. When we don’t process our feelings, they tend to linger.

Whether you are dealing with your own health crisis, have a loved one who is, or have recently lost someone you love, coping with grief during the holidays can make you feel like you are in a nightmarish funhouse. Everything seems to move in slow motion, people have plastered smiles on their faces, holiday music seems to play from every corner of the Universe, and all you feel like doing is crying.

You are not alone during this time. Sadly, there are many people who are facing loneliness, grief and depression during the holidays.
While there is no magic wand or silver bullet that will make the pain go away, there are some things I have found that make coping a little bit easier:

- Don’t Deny Your Feelings
- Say “NO” When You Need To
- Identify Those Things You CAN Control
- Ask for Help
- Help Others
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Whether you are dealing with your own health crisis, have a loved one who is, or have recently lost someone you love, coping with grief during the holidays can make you feel like you are in a nightmarish funhouse. Everything seems to move in slow motion, people have plastered smiles on their faces, holiday music seems to play from every corner of the Universe, and all you feel like doing is crying.

You are not alone during this time. Sadly, there are many people who are facing loneliness, grief and depression during the holidays. 
While there is no magic wand or silver bullet that will make the pain go away, there are some things I have found that make coping a little bit easier:

- Don’t Deny Your Feelings 
- Say “NO” When You Need To 
- Identify Those Things You CAN Control 
- Ask for Help 
- Help Others

2 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

Good morning, lovely you!

I cannot believe we are almost to the end of October! Before you know it, we’ll be stuffing our faces with stuffing and pie! And while many of us will be lucky enough to enjoy the holiday season with our friends and family, many people will be dealing with grief and sadness at the same time.

It's important to remember that each person has their own journey, and those paths don't always make time for holidays. Whether it's cancer, a breakup, or just a bad situation, we should all try to spread hope and love and life wherever we go.
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Good morning, lovely you!

I cannot believe we are almost to the end of October! Before you know it, we’ll be stuffing our faces with stuffing and pie! And while many of us will be lucky enough to enjoy the holiday season with our friends and family, many people will be dealing with grief and sadness at the same time.

Its important to remember that each person has their own journey, and those paths dont always make time for holidays. Whether its cancer, a breakup, or just a bad situation, we should all try to spread hope and love and life wherever we go.

3 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

Deal with Your Stress

We can’t talk about boosting your immune system without talking about stress. Because the truth is, chronic stress is the number 1 enemy of your immune system.

I’ve discussed the “fight or flight” response our body has to stress in other blog posts. But to quickly summarize, when we find ourselves in harms’ way, our body has a chemical reaction that helps us either fight the danger or flee from the danger. This automatic response is what helped our ancestors survive attacks by sabre-tooth tigers and such.

But now we don’t have the same kinds of dangers in our environment. We have mortgage payments, tyrannical bosses, COVID-19, working from home stress and 24/7 media hype! These stressors stay in our environment, which leads to a lengthened chemical response in our body, and that leads to chronic inflammation.

But a prolonged response to stress also suppresses the very immune cells that are needed to fight off infection and illness.

I CANNOT STRESS how important it is to deal with the stress in your life in healthy ways. Meditation is a powerful way to deal with stress. Deep breathing exercises, physical exercise, and spending time in nature are also great ways to deal with stress. And if you find you need to speak to a mental health counselor, do it. Your health is on the line.

If you’re one of my readers that always says, “I know, I know, I should be better about supporting my immune system,” then consider me right now giving you a friendly kick in the pants to just DO IT already!

Much love and health to you!
...

Deal with Your Stress

We can’t talk about boosting your immune system without talking about stress. Because the truth is, chronic stress is the number 1 enemy of your immune system.

I’ve discussed the “fight or flight” response our body has to stress in other blog posts. But to quickly summarize, when we find ourselves in harms’ way, our body has a chemical reaction that helps us either fight the danger or flee from the danger. This automatic response is what helped our ancestors survive attacks by sabre-tooth tigers and such.

But now we don’t have the same kinds of dangers in our environment. We have mortgage payments, tyrannical bosses, COVID-19, working from home stress and 24/7 media hype! These stressors stay in our environment, which leads to a lengthened chemical response in our body, and that leads to chronic inflammation.

But a prolonged response to stress also suppresses the very immune cells that are needed to fight off infection and illness.

I CANNOT STRESS how important it is to deal with the stress in your life in healthy ways. Meditation is a powerful way to deal with stress. Deep breathing exercises, physical exercise, and spending time in nature are also great ways to deal with stress. And if you find you need to speak to a mental health counselor, do it. Your health is on the line.

If you’re one of my readers that always says, “I know, I know, I should be better about supporting my immune system,” then consider me right now giving you a friendly kick in the pants to just DO IT already!

Much love and health to you!

4 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

Polyphenols

Decades of research have now confirmed that polyphenols, powerful plant compounds, have very positive effects on the immune system. Without getting too science-y, the body’s mucosal layer is its first line of defense against invading pathogens. But this layer, over time, can become susceptible to structural abnormalities, which negatively impacts the immune system’s initial response. Polyphenols protect this mucosal layer, thereby helping your immune system to do its job!

To get more polyphenols into your diet, be sure to add berries, dark chocolate, beans, nuts, red onions, spinach, black and green tea and red wine to your diet!
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Polyphenols

Decades of research have now confirmed that polyphenols, powerful plant compounds, have very positive effects on the immune system. Without getting too science-y, the body’s mucosal layer is its first line of defense against invading pathogens. But this layer, over time, can become susceptible to structural abnormalities, which negatively impacts the immune system’s initial response. Polyphenols protect this mucosal layer, thereby helping your immune system to do its job!

To get more polyphenols into your diet, be sure to add berries, dark chocolate, beans, nuts, red onions, spinach, black and green tea and red wine to your diet!
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