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Letters From Steve Jan 2019

By: Steve Frailey Wednesday January 23, 2019 comments Tags: new year resolution, healthy living, noni for pain

Aloha,

The month of January is TBI Sport Awareness month.

What is TBI Sport Awareness?

TBI stands for Traumatic Brain Injury. According to the American Physical Therapy Association, approximately 1.7 million head injuries occur in the United States each year.

TBI Winter Sport Awareness month exists because TBI is usually misdiagnosed. Misdiagnosed TBI can lead to severe medical complications or even death.

Did you know? Approximately 52,000 people die every year due to TBI.

In the meantime, enjoy the following TBI/ Winter Fun Safety Tips:

Ice Skating

Only skate on approved surfaces.  Check for signs posted by local police or recreation departments to verify which areas have been approved.

Sledding

  • Keep young children separated from older children.
  • Sledding feet first or sitting up, instead of lying down head-first, may prevent head injuries.

Did you know? Approximately 20,000 children arrive in the emergency room each year due to sledding injuries.

Click here for more TBI and winter fun safety tips

Don't play while sick.

You won't be able to concentrate if your nose is running faster than you can. You can also contaminate the rest of your teammates. Best to wait until you feel better, so you can enjoy a safe season.

Click here for Natural Cold Prevention Tips

Article of the Month:


A few years ago, no one had heard of noni, noni lotion, or the many health-promoting properties this South Seas tropical fruit has to offer.

Today, thousands of weekend warriors are using topical noni, some of whose amazing stories we’ve reported on in past articles in The Doctors’ Prescription for Healthy Living and in our newsletters.

Melody Thoth, a head sports trainer at the University of Hawaii for 20 years, recommends our Noni lotions for:

You Are What You Eat:

Did you know? Organic food lowers blood and breast cancer risk, study finds," the Mail Online reports. The news website reports on a large study in France that ... the UK media did point out that people who eat organic food tend to have a .... Click here to read more

We know that changing your diet and lifestyle, as well as taking prescribed medications, will help slow the progression of coronary heart disease, but reversal is another matter. Evidence for a plant-based diet originated in the 1980s, in a very small study of 22 people. It found that four participants had a reversal of the disease in their arteries after following a very strict plant-based diet.... Click here to read more

New Year's Resolution to All:

New Year's Resolution for 2019:

Small changes lead to big results! I plan to make one small change to better my health each month.

I’ve discovered over the years that being healthy doesn’t have to cost a fortune or take excessive amounts of time.


Small change for January 2019:

Weight loss 1 pound a month. Sounds scary I know, but it’s really not.

Let’s break it down this way: One pound per month is .25 lbs per week or 125 calorie deficit per day. Consuming 125 calories less per day is the approximate elimination or 1 glass of milk, 1 slice of bread, or 1 can of soda. Combining that small change every day will equal 12 lbs lost over the year and you didn’t have to break a sweat. Literally! All the while establishing healthy eating habits.

Did you know? Individuals become addicted to simple carbohydrates due to the sharp increase of serotonin levels or the “feel good” effect. The “feel good” effect is short-lived because the elevated mood declines quickly as serotonin levels decline. This rapid decline is also known as a sugar crash.

For more weight loss tips click here

Remember: 2019 will fly by whether we like it or not. Make each month count by making small simple changes to better your lifestyle.

Click here to read more

Aloha from everyone at Hawaiian Organic Noni

 -Steve  

Steve Frailey

About the Author: Steve Frailey

My wife and I (Steve Frailey) moved to Kauai, Hawaii in 1982 from our organic farm in California. There were no roads, electricity, water or buildings but lots of Noni trees (Morinda Citrifolia) in our valley. We also developed a deep relationship with Noni that was growing all through our valley.  Today we run our Hawaiian Organic Noni farm, and share the gift of health with people throughout the world.



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