Keeping our brain healthy from birth to 100

Keeping our brain healthy from birth to 100

December 1,2018 at JCC in Palo Alto California

Speakers and event sponsors are welcome. All older adults are invited.

2-5pm, Bldg D room

Tips for healthy brain

Other speakers:
Connie Dello Buono – Health blogger and Motherhealth caregivers founder at www.clubalthea.com

Contact motherhealth@gmail.com for details or text 408-854-1883

Oshman Family Jewish Community Center, Room in Building D.

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Marketing students needed

Dear Students,

I need your help in finding marketing info for a mobile health app that will help seniors find caregivers, doctors video chat with patients, curated health info and get those who have used a fitness mobile app to use the new mobile health app that will help them in wellness. Find out what features are more important to the healthy,seniors and families.

Please send your report to motherhealth@gmail.com and a gift is waiting for you.

Regards,

Connie

What’s market research? And why must you do it? Here are two articles that offer a general overview on the topic.

Sources and Techniques for Your Strategic Planning Efforts
Perform the market and competitive studies that are necessary to equip your team with the information it needs to make good decisions.

New to the Market

Research plays a key part in knowing which of your new business ideas will fly in the marketplace.

Hitting the Market
To be successful, you have to know your potential customers inside out. One entrepreneur reflects on the essentials of market research.
Introducing New Products
Increase the odds of a successful launch for your product.
High Concept: Tapping a New Market
Will new features and pumped-up distribution enable a niche product to reach the masses?

Bootstrapping

You don’t need big bucks to do a little research. Swipe these strategies from successful CEOs and marketing experts.

Market Research on the Cheap
Using students to determine whether to launch a new product was a cheap and effective form of research for this bootstrapping entrepreneur.
I’m starting a business but have no market research budget. What are some inexpensive techniques?
Guerrilla marketer Jay Conrad Levinson offers on- and offline methods.
How can I find an affordable market research service?
There are a number of ways to acquire both quantitative and qualitative primary research for less.

Feedback

Want to know if your next product will fly? Ask existing customers and recruit prospective ones to let you know.

A Do-It-Yourself Customer Panel
Do you want to put some bang into your market research without spending the big bucks? Try conducting your own customer panel.
Will They Bite?
Here’s how Bite Shoes uses Web-based focus groups to help market its new products.
Every Click They Make
Glean customer data from your Web site using server logs, questionnaires, E-mail discussion lists, and bulletin boards.

Demographics

Target your market with a thorough knowledge of whom it comprises.

Grist: Don’t Read the Business Pages
You can learn a lot about consumers by reading the newspaper.
The Six Costliest Mistakes You Can Make in Marketing to Women
The reality is that women are the primary consumers in the United States. Are you doing all you can to reach this market?
Getting the Dirt on Your Market
New location? Get market information, including population density, demographics, and the number and type of local businesses.

Competitive Intelligence

Snoop around competitor’s sites, stores, and customers to help develop your edge.

Competitive Intelligence on a Shoestring
You can learn a lot by researching online and targeting the right people.
The Dirtbag Demographic
Douglas Canning, cofounder of, SanFranciso-based Dirtbag Clothing, used competitor’s Web sites to research retail locations that he could pitch to carry his Dirtbag Clothing line.
Spies Like Us
Staples CEO Tom Stemberg acts as a mystery shopper at his competitors’ stores and his own. This Q&A reveals how he gets the most out of his visits — and what he’s has learned.
Get a Local Look at Your Competition
Shop at competitors’ stores, count their customers, and talk to owners of similar businesses in noncompetitive areas

Research Woes

Learn from the mistakes other CEOs have made when it comes to market research.

Grandma Got Run Over by Bad Research
Flawed market research did in this retail-clothing store.
John J. Kilcullen: My Biggest Mistake
The creator of the Dummies series of how-to books discusses the importance of collecting relevant customer data.
Carlos Alvarez: My Biggest Mistake
The chairman and CEO of the Gambrinus Co. — an importer of beer — reveals his biggest business mistake: overconfidence in his brand’s ability to sell without market research.

Dr Mercola on avoiding or limiting coffee consumption and have tea instead

Americans drink 400 million cups of coffee every day, which adds up to over $4-billion worth of imported coffee each year.

Now I am not a fan of coffee — personally I never acquired a taste for it, and it is far from a health food — but it is a sad state of affairs that Latin American farmers are abandoning their organic coffee crops faster than rats leaving a sinking ship.

These farmers were promised they would benefit financially from ditching their toxic pesticides in favor of organic crops, but in order to profit they need to be certified. And farmers cannot become certified organic until their soil is free of pesticides and chemical fertilizers for three years.

This means the farmers have to absorb the extra costs of organic farming for three years before they’ll start to see the returns, and many just could not do it.

Meanwhile, while there is some demand for organic coffee, the market is still very small. Starbucks, for example, reported that only 3 percent of its coffee purchases in 2009 were organic.

Now, as more organic coffee growers abandon their crops, it’s not only limiting the quantities available but also driving up prices. This, in turn, is keeping the organic coffee market from really merging into the mainstream …

And this is a very bad trend not only for the environment, but also for your health.

Most Coffee is Heavily Sprayed With Pesticides

Most people are not aware that regular coffee consumption can be a significant source of pesticides. According to the CS Monitor, conventional farmers apply up to 250 pounds of chemical fertilizers per acre!

Pesticides contribute to a wide range of health problems, including prostate and other types of cancers, Parkinson’s disease, and miscarriages in pregnant women.

So when you sip on your non-organic morning brew, you are also sipping on pesticide residues. Further, the U.S. has limited input and control over the type and quantity of pesticides used in the countries from which we import.

Since the vast majority of coffee, both organic and non-organic, consumed in the U.S. is grown outside this country, a return to non-organic farming of coffee beans in Latin America means a return to heavy use of pesticides.

Now is a Good Time to Kick Your Coffee Habit

If you’re going to drink coffee, going organic is the “healthiest” way to do it. Of course, coffee is really not healthy at all.

Caffeine is a drug.

It’s a legal and widely available drug, but a drug nonetheless, and very powerful. My position is that coffee is not nearly as bad for your health as soda or high fructose corn syrup, but nevertheless it is something you or your family would best be served by avoiding — or strictly limiting your consumption.

Caffeine actually alters the way your brain works, and can cause temporary changes in your behavior and mood. If you are especially sensitive to the drug, as is the case with many protein nutritional types, the effects are even more pronounced.

Just a few of the symptoms of caffeine use include:

  • A rise in blood pressure and stress hormone levels
  • Heart palpitations
  • Feeling jittery, nervous, anxious and even panicky
  • Insomnia

More Coffee Adverse Effects

Coffee increases your risk for rheumatoid arthritis, leukemia, stomach cancer, and stroke. It can further wreak havoc on your health by:

  • Raising your cholesterol
  • Sending your insulin levels out of control
  • Damaging your blood vessels
  • Increasing your risk of heart disease
  • Damaging your body’s metabolism
  • Increasing your risk of osteoporosis

Coffee also interferes with your body’s ability to use folate and vitamins B12 and B6. These nutrients are important in order to keep your homocysteine level in the healthy range. Elevated homocysteine levels are associated with a wide range of devastating health conditions.

Coffee also stimulates your adrenals — the hormones that activate your fight or flight response. If your adrenal hormones are stimulated too often, which is bound to happen if you are a daily coffee drinker, your adrenal glands may eventually burn out.

When your adrenals no longer function effectively, your body will go in search of a replacement hormone — which happens to be progesterone.

Progesterone has its own full-time job to do, part of which is to keep your body’s estrogen in balance. As your progesterone is used up compensating for your exhausted adrenals, you run the risk of becoming estrogen dominant.

Estrogen dominance can lead to osteoporosis.

Coffee also raises the acidity level of your blood, causing calcium to be pulled from your bones and teeth for use as a buffering agent. The combination of estrogen dominance and high blood acidity puts you at an even greater risk for osteoporosis. In fact, research has established an undeniable link between coffee consumption and hip fractures.

If You’re Planning a Family, Coffee Should Not be on the Menu

If you’re pregnant or planning to be, you should avoid coffee altogether.

Over 300 mg of caffeine a day, which is the equivalent of two to three eight ounce cups of coffee, can increase your risk of:

  • Miscarriage
  • Delivering a low birth weight baby
  • Having a child with certain birth defects like cleft palate

Four or more cups of coffee a day may increase your baby’s risk of SIDS.

When you’re pregnant, any caffeine you ingest passes easily through the placenta to your unborn child.

It is also transferred through breast milk, and stays in your body – and the body of your un­born child or infant – longer than average. Your unborn baby has no ability to detoxify this drug.

If You Must Drink Coffee …

If you simply MUST drink coffee here are a few tips to help reduce the chances of harmful effects:

  1. Use organic coffee – Again, coffee is a heavily sprayed crop, so drinking organic coffee might reduce or eliminate the exposure to toxic herbicides, pesticides, and fertilizers. The only drawback is that the countries where coffee is produced probably have less control and monitoring for compliance to organic practices. You will also be helping to protect the health of the people working in the coffee fields, as you will be helping to reduce their toxic exposure as well.If you want to go a step further, look for fair-trade certified coffee, which means the coffee farmers have been paid fairly and treated well.
  2. Swiss Water Process” decaf — If you are going to drink decaffeinated coffee, be sure that it is one that uses a non-chemical based method of decaffeination. The “Swiss Water Process” is a patented method and is the best choice. Most of the major brands are chemically decaffeinated, even if it says “Naturally Decaffeinated” right on the container. If you are unsure of the methods, contact the manufacturer.
  3. Avoid sugar and/or milk — These are actually much worse for you than the coffee itself. Don’t compound the detrimental health effects by adding milk or sugar to your coffee.
  4. Unbleached filters — If you use a “drip” coffee maker, be sure to use non-bleached filters. The bright white ones, which most people use, are chlorine bleached and some of this chlorine will be extracted from the filter during the brewing process.

What Makes a Healthy Coffee Alternative?

As my regular readers know, my first recommendation for a healthy beverage is always pure water. It is by far the best choice you can make.

But if you’re looking to kick your coffee habit to improve your health, a cup of high-quality tea can be a great alternative as a warm, soothing morning beverage.

When I drink green tea, I personally prefer Matcha tea, as the color is a vibrant bright green and it is far less processed and of much higher quality than most green teas.

Also, rather than being steeped and strained like typical tea, matcha tea is made of tea leaves ground into a powder, and the powder gets added right into the water. Because you are actually consuming the whole leaf, matcha tea is said to be one of the healthiest green teas out there.

My other favorite is Tulsi tea, which is a powerful adaptogenic herb that provides important therapeutic benefits. The combination of antioxidants and phytochemicals found in tulsi can promote your overall health in a variety of ways, including:

  • Support for your immune system
  • Improving digestion
  • Increasing your resistance to stress
  • Promoting healthy metabolism
  • Maintaining healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels
  • Providing you with skeletal and joins support

Whatever you do, avoid substituting fruit juice or soda for coffee, as they are much worse for you. The sugar, especially fructose, is a far more serious metabolic poison than coffee.

If you use coffee as a crutch to get a quick burst of energy, remember that cultivating a healthy lifestyle will supply all the power you need to get through your day.

And, again, if you do choose to drink coffee, at least switch over to an organic variety for the sake of your health and the environment.

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Detox your lungs from air pollution and metal toxins and for early lung cancer

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When my father died of lung cancer in 2002, I have been researching about how to get rid of the toxins in our lungs. Liposomal Vit C and amino acid Lycine were listed to help stop early stage lung cancer. Turmeric and green tea tell our body master anti-oxidant Glutathione to work harder.  Enzymes of guava, pineapple, papaya and mango help in breaking down more toxins.

Brocolli sprouts, the more potent greens, help in detoxing air pollution (especially indoor air from our own house and cars).  While our genes predispose us to cancers (affect 15% in growth, stress can double cancer growth, sugar is the food of cancer cells and a strong immune system is our ultimate weapon), our lymphatic system must be taken cared for.

If I have early stage lung cancer, I will soak my body in sea water, relaxing on the beach, taking in fresh air. I would nap more in the afternoon, relax when tired, sleep well and get massaged with essential oils of eucalyptus, frankincense, sage, thyme and melaleuca.

Know that sugar is food for cancer cells. A powerful chicken soup that my mom makes contains MALUNGGAY (powerful healing greens) and some companies are selling them in powder, protein bars and many forms. I met the owner for the protein bars at Whole Foods Market, a company based on Oakland California.

You can get these essential oils which you can mix with coconut oil or sesame oil for your body massage oil at doterra.com and enter my code 1140108.

I would eat lots of fresh veggies, more colorful and avoid red meat as possible and ensure fresh fish with no mercury or metal toxins. And last, will try to remove any metal fillings in my mouth. Love more and live well.

Blessings,

Connie

Cristina Sarich wrote these 25 holistic ways to metal detox:

1.  Support the liver and gallbladder with beetroot. Beets are a valuable source of iron, magnesium, zinc and calcium which all support healthy detoxification and better elimination. They are also full of B3, B6, C, and beta-catoene, important nutrients for supporting the liver and gallbladder in making bile acids which support detox.

2.  Drink more purified water. Water is one of the most vital ways of self-purification on the planet. It helps every single cell get rid of waste and allows us to excrete toxins through our urine and bowels, as well as through our skin via sweat.

3.  Bathe in Kaolin clay or use acalcium montmorillonite clay as they are considered the best for removing pesticides from the body.

4.  Reduce your meat and dairy intake since these animals are often fed on GMO-rich diets.

5.  Consume more pantethine, a biologically active form of the B5 vitamin, which can help open blockages created by pesticide consumption. When we are too clogged with pesticides our bodies cannot naturally detoxify themselves.

6.  Use activated charcoal. It is very safe to consume up to 20-30 grams a day mixed with purified water. Activated charcoal binds to pesticides and other environmental toxins and then ushers them through the intestines to be purged form the body. You can also supplement with molasses after using activated charcoal just to be sure to replace important minerals the charcoal might leech from the body in the process of getting rid of the unwanted toxins.

7.  Eat more citrus. Pectins in citrus are a very powerful detoxifying substance. Citrus naturally remove heavy metals without depleting the body of important trace minerals.

8.  Create an alkaline state in he body by eating more organic fruits and vegetables that support multiple channels of detoxification in the body. They clean the liver, the bowels, the skin, the blood, etc.

9.  Eat more fiber. When we eat fiber, the liver can more easily flush toxins through the digestive system and we take an immense load off an organ that is constantly trying to get rid of toxic substances from the body. High fiber foods include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, potatoes (including their skin), etc.

10.  Eat more grapefruit containing naringenin, a special flavanoid that helps the liver burn fat instead of storing toxins in our fat cells. Do not eat this fruit when taking medications for it doubles the potency of meds or even alcohol that you are ingesting.

11.  Eating garlic can help boost detoxification since it helps to boost the production of white blood cells, otherwise known as lymphocytes, an important part of the immune system as well.

12.  Eating asparagus can educe the levels of pesticides in the body.

13.  Eating organic, free-range eggs can also help to remove toxins from the body. They also boost energy levels.

14.  Increasing your levels of vitamin C is so good for you, and detoxing the body that it was found this vitamin could help reduce levels of radiation exposure, even in people who were living near Fukushima.

15.  Native Americans have been using sarsaparilla for hundreds of years in teas and tinctures as a way to effectively detox the blood. It also effectively treats liver, kidney and skin conditions.

16.  Exercising and staying active is vital to keeping impurities out of the body. Just 30 minutes to an hour every day brings oxygen rich blood to the liver and kidneys, thus supporting them in detoxifying the body.

17.  Eating brazil nuts, which are full of glutathione, a natural detoxifying substance, can help the body get rid of pesticides and other harmful toxins. Also, full of selenium, Brazil nuts help to create moreglutathione. Sometimes called the mother of all antioxidants.

18.  Our skin is one of the biggest organs of detoxification. It covers about 22 square feet and we replace skin cells every single day. Dry brushing is a great way to help support the skin in detoxing the body through sweat, bathing, etc. If our pores are clogged, the skin becomes less effective. Dry brushing also helps encourage lymph flow that helps to flush toxins from the body.

19.  Take Milk ThistleSylibum marianum, also known as Milk thistle is a great support for the liver. Long with helping the body detox, this herb has been linked to reduction in certain cancers, reduced diabetes and even reduction digestive disorders.

20.  Consume Essiac Tea, which cleanses the body and also has anti-cancer properties. This tea can help the body rid itself of pesticides used with GMOs, and ground-spraying including permethrin.

21.  Eat your sea vegetables. Algin in seaweeds helps to absorb toxins form the digestive tract (in much the same way that water softener removes hardness from tap water) so they can be eliminated more easily.  They also offer the largest range of vital trace minerals that can help to clean the blood.

22.  Consuming dandelion greens and roots can help to detox the body due to their high levels of antioxidants but also help to support liver decongestion.

23.  Use broccoli sprouts in your salads to ingest important substances that help with detoxification: sulphorophanes, indole-3-carbinol and D-glucarate. Sprouts also contain up to 20 times more sulfurophane than regular, full grown broccoli plants.

24.  Eat flaxseed and flaxseed oil to help detox the body. This super food is full of fiber and Omega 3s, both important substances for detoxification.

25.  Add turmeric to your recipes. This root is full of Curcumin, used often in Ayurvedic Medicine to treat liver and digestive disorders, and a great detoxing agent.

Connie’s comments:
Seek your doctor always. I can give you more health information from holistic books I read, but do live life with wellness in mind.

Connie Dello Buono

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