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Protandim By Life Vantage- The Gift for Life

Photo of Dr. Joe McCord

A scientist, in a lab coat, 40 yrs ago

discovered the anti oxidant enzyme that fights free radicals in our body.

His name is Joseph McCord.

Dr. McCord recieved the last Elliot Cresson Award that was given for do so. He has also been nominated twice for the Nobel Peace prize.

The discovery was SOD and today is a very important focus in the anti oxidant research world.

In 2003 Dr.  McCord discovered a compound made with 5 ancient herbs which now has 4 patents.This compound is called Protandim and has been brought to the market since 2009 in the direct marketing business model. This is a business model that is very competent in bringing nutraceuticals to fame.. . Think Herbal Life for instance.

Protandim also up regulates glutathione 300 % by day 90 and glutathione is another  major star in the research world. The most important anti oxidant enzyme possibly in the human body.

For any one who wants to be on the cutting edge of bio chemical advances in making the body healthier and stronger in the most efficient way… Protandim has it all.

Life Vantage is a publicly  traded company with 268 % growth in each quarter of the last year. Now poised in the market place with the only health tool of its kind and trades under the ticker LFVN.

ABC Primetime Report on Protandim with John Quinones

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Skin to Skin …That’s what Love Feels Like.

In a world where borders and boundaries are very important.

Where hugging or embracing each other has been slowly replaced by hi fives and verbal only exchanges.

Where handshakes with out eye contact even at church is normal.

There are still moments where the hearts just knows what is necessary….

Daily Good News

August 28, 2010
Mother’s love is peace. It need not be acquired, it need not be deserved. –Eric Fromm

The Miracle Birth:
After giving birth to premature twins, Kate Ogg was informed that one of them didn’t make it.

Devastated, she held her limp 2-pound infant against her bare chest. For two hours, the mother and her husband said their goodbyes, cradling and hugging their son as if he were alive.

Two hours later, the newborn began moving and gasping.

Ogg instinctively fed her son a few drops of breast milk and soon his gasps turned into real breaths. “A short time later he opened his eyes. It was a miracle,” the mother recounts.

Now five months later, the radiant parents are highlighting the virtues of skin-on-skin care for sick babies, a technique known as ‘Kangaroo Care’ for the way Kangaroos hold their young in the pouch.

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Be The Change:
Express appreciation for your mother or mother-like figure today.

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Thinking Outside the Human Mind… A Gift from Autism

The subject of Autism is a very challenging one and most of us have encountered the need for more  understanding on this subject. To date the diagnosis of Autism is increasing in numbers here in America . Maybe Autism has always been there in one degree or another through the ages but just not understood enough even for  a medical word to be associated with it. Already Autism has moved from being a disorder assumed to be  based in psychology to one study now through the lens of biology.

This wonderful gift of awareness is brought to you by Daily Good which you can resource through CharityFocus.Org  and features an extraordinary person who has not only helped us know what it is to be Autistic but has helped to contribute massively to the well being of animals and industry.

Please be introduced to the renowned Dr. Temple  Grandin and hear her amazing interview…You will laugh and you will learn!!!!

“I think in pictures. Words are like a second language to me.” 
Dr. Temple Grandin is one of the most fascinating and

respected figures in the world today. As a child whose

parents almost sent her to a mental institution, Grandin

became the first autistic individual to publish an

autobiography. She has utterly transformed how we view

people with autism and how we treat animals, specifically

in the cattle industry. She explains to us what it is like for

her to live in this world, having an autistic mind, and how

it helps her relate to animals. “We need all kinds of minds”

and beautiful things happen when we make an effort to see

what other see.               [ more ]  30 min Interview

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How does the world appear with autism? Discover the top 10 things every child with autism wishes you knew:            [
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This Is My Father's World…

A  friend visited a South African ‘Hide’ when he was in his homeland and filmed it, while taking time to contemplate the powerful life filled song of nature. Thanks to him he has shared it with us…. Click here…

A ‘hide’ is a place that is built to allow safe access to a possible dangerous environment so that nature is not disturbed where one can be in and among a unique display of creation.
The sounds here are incredible. They reminded me of a favorite childhood song, I hope you enjoy the words…

This is my Father’s world,
and to my listening ears
all nature sings, and round me rings
the music of the spheres.

This is my Father’s world:
I rest me in the thought
of rocks and trees, of skies and seas;
his hand the wonders wrought.
This is my Father’s world,
the birds their carols raise,
the morning light, the lily white,
declare their maker’s praise.
This is my Father’s world:
he shines in all that’s fair;
in the rustling grass I hear him pass;
he speaks to me everywhere.

This is my Father’s world.
O let me ne’er forget
that though the wrong seems oft so strong,
God is the ruler yet.
This is my Father’s world:
why should my heart be sad?
The Lord is King; let the heavens ring!
God reigns; let the earth be glad!

Love to hear from you about how nature impacts your life and perspective…use the comment tab to share your nature story.

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