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Food for Thought: Become a Happier Person

| November 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Food for Thought: Become a Happier Person

By Celia Lambert, PhD How do you/I become a happier person? One way is to choose gratitude. Choose and acknowledge something you are grateful for today. Choose to be happy about something, anything, your job, friends, family or your health. Everyday when you make a choice to be grateful for something you are creating new […]

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Food for Thought: Mental Disorder, Know the Signs

| October 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Food for Thought: Mental Disorder, Know the Signs

By Celia Lambert, PhD The number of people struggling with mental disorders is alarming. It is impossible to know the true number but it’s reported that approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S are effected. That’s 43.8 million Americans and those are the reported cases. Half of all chronic mental illness begins by age […]

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Food for Thought: The Best Morning Beverage

| September 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Food for Thought: The Best Morning Beverage

By Celia Lambert, PhD Research has long confirmed the importance of breaking your fast by eating first thing in the morning. Overnight your body is working hard to rest and repair and can become dehydrated. Ideally you should be drinking good quality water first thing in the morning, before anything else and also throughout the […]

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Food for Thought: Environment Controls Gene Expression

| August 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Food for Thought: Environment Controls Gene Expression

By Celia Lambert, PhD Bruce Lipton, PhD. An American developmental biologist most noted for his research and promotion of the newer science of Epigenetics believes that “Your mind, your consciousness and how you see the world is really what determines your genetics and your biology” Why is that significant? Lipton further states, if genes control […]

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Food for Thought: Reprogramming Yourself with Positive Affirmations

| July 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Food for Thought: Reprogramming Yourself with Positive Affirmations

By Celia Lambert, PhD You have the ability to change what you think and what you believe about yourself. Here is how you can do it! Think about one of the things you want most. It could be related to your career, your body, your love life, your finances or something else. This is all […]

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Food for Thought: Random Acts of Kindness

| May 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Food for Thought: Random Acts of Kindness

By Celia Lambert, PhD A random act of kindness is a selfless act performed by a person or a group wishing to either assist or to cheer up another person. It is to be kind, thoughtful, use your manners, give out compliments, volunteer, and or forgive someone as defined by Wikipedia. And, it feels good […]

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Food for Thought: Taking Control of Your Health!

| April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Food for Thought: Taking Control of Your Health!

By Celia Lambert, PhD Our bodies are constantly changing, for better or for worse and therefore should be thought of in constant motion, as a process, always in transformation. This means that you can become healthier in the coming days, weeks and months. You can begin your transformation tonight! If you’re not getting a good […]

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Food for Thought: Hardiness, the Key to Thriving Under Stress

| March 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Food for Thought: Hardiness, the Key to Thriving Under Stress

By Celia Lambert, PhD Research shows hardiness is the key to not only surviving but also thriving under stress. Hardiness enhances performance, leadership, conduct, stamina, mood and both physical and mental health. Hardiness, also referred to as psychological hardiness, is a personality style first introduced by Suzanne C. Kobasa in 1979. Kobasa described a pattern […]

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Food for Thought: Words Are Powerful

| February 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Food for Thought: Words Are Powerful

By Celia Lambert, PhD Negative words release stress producing hormones into your body. These neural changes in your brain can be measured on an MRI scanner immediately interrupting the normal functioning of your brain, which can result in impaired communication and information processing. In addition, these influences can interrupt sleep, appetite, productivity at work and […]

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Food for Thought: 2016 Resolution: Goodbye Pain, Hello Happy

| January 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Food for Thought: 2016 Resolution: Goodbye Pain, Hello Happy

By Celia Lambert, PhD Dr. Bradley Nelson, international lecturer in bio-energetic medicine and energy psychology and best-selling author of The Emotion Code, believes that 90% of the pain we feel is due to trapped emotions like emotional baggage from divorce, trauma, difficulties at work and so on. It is our trapped emotions, traumas, anxiety and […]

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