Stress Relief

Candida Diary # 5: Learning to Enjoy Hot Wet Oats

May 24, 2012

Monday April 23 I started the day with the Yeast Buster drink.  That was the easy part.  Now, what the heck do I eat?  I usually start the day with a gigantic 1 litre smoothie made with yogurt, strawberries, raspberries, bananas, orange juice, and mango puree.  It is absolutely fantastic and a real joy to […]

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Candida Diary # 4: A Single Step

May 24, 2012

Sunday April 22, 2012 As soon as I got  back from the Big Carrot, I tore open the Yeast Buster kit.  The drink was easy enough to figure out.  One teaspoon of the power (psyllium), two teaspoons of the caproil, and one tablespoon of the bentonite.  Just add water.  It went down easily enough.  I […]

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Candida Diary #1 : My Sugar Addiction

May 9, 2012

  My name is Ken, and I am a sugar addict. I thought it was just a sweet tooth that gave me chocolate and ice cream cravings at lunch, at dinner, after dinner,  late at night, or essentially 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just an unhealthy indulgence that was balanced by an […]

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Make Your Own Relaxing Music

March 30, 2011

Feeling the need to de-stress, but getting bored of the Solitudes CD collection?  This website gives you the chance to tailor your very own relaxation stress relief soundtrack to your tastes.  You can choose between 13 different sounds ranging from drums and birds to  ocean waves and crackling bonfires.  Next, adjust their volume, tempo and […]

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David Beckham and Ellen Degeneres Play Prank on Massage Therapist

November 2, 2010

Pretty funny hidden camera gag. The massage therapist was a really good sport about the whole thing.  Kudos to David Beckham for keeping a straight face.

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Cat Massage Video

September 23, 2010

Here’s a light break in the day for you.  To all you massage students out there, pay close attention, it may be on your final exam.

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