Cancer Is a Food Allergy Disease As Well As Environment

Cancer Is a Food Allergy Disease As Well As Environment

Expert Author Norma Holt
Over many years of observation plus my limited knowledge of medical problems, having once been a medical student and more recently a student of genetics, the outstanding thing about cancer is the lifestyle of sufferers. While smoking contributes to onsets there is limited research into food allergies causation. My guess is that governments disallow facts to be known, as was the case with tobacco.
One incredible red flag for pancreatic and liver cancers is sugar, a major component of most foods. Alcohol is another and the two combined can be deadly. While sugar C12OH22O11), and alcohol (C2H5OH) differ in chemical make-up their effect on the digestion system is tha problem.
The function of the liver is to breakdown fats before they reach the pancreas. In simple terms this works in the small intestine in the presence of bile and digestive juices secreted by the pancreas. This is an essential part of maintaining good health.
In the presence of an overdose of sugar or alcohol the liver and associated organs are over whelmed. Fat slips through undigested and accumulates in both the liver and pancreas. It builds up contributing to obesity and leading to cancer of these vital organs and other issues.
Alcohol is a food and it is toxic to the liver, which then uses all its secretions to neutralise it. That allows fats to go untreated and thus the recognition that alcohol is fattening.
Along with these two substances there are many others that will take precedence over normal liver function. My observations show that preservatives are also toxic but less so than the other two. They contain nitrites and nitrates that exist in bacon, sausages, lunch meat, hot dogs, smoked fish, ham and also corned beef.
Sulfites exist in wine, shrimp, dried fruit and potato foods to preserve colour in food. If you are sensitive they can cause skin irritations, hypertension, abdominal pain and asthma symptoms.
Sodium benzoate, or benzoic acid when combined with vitamin C is linked to cancer and leukaemia and damage to heart, liver, kidneys, spleen, brain and adrenal glands.
This topic is huge but the bottom line is to eat fresh, prepare your own food, and avoid anything with preservatives and especially potato products, such as packet chips, etc. Consuming these things is also piling on the weight as people become addicted to the taste which is highlighted by a high degree of salt, which is bad for the heart and blood vessels.
The latter also contain high quantities of trans fats what are stored around the vital organs as they cannot be digested by the liver. In effect, they are as bad as smoking for long-term health.
Elected Death Parties and Why People Vote for Them

Elected Death Parties and Why People Vote for Them

Expert Author Norma Holt
The world is beset by climate change deniers who head governments that are killing us all. From Brazil and the massive Amazon Rain Forest Fires to the clearing of other essential forests world-wide the situation is more than dire. Life on planet earth is doomed and people are opting to allow it to happen. Recent elections have seen stupidity overtake logic as we plunge deeper into the abyss of no escape.
Behind the nonsense is money that is obviously more important to the electors of such than life itself. Science showed this scenario some 50 or more years ago and yet it was laughed at as humanity continued on its path to destruction.
Elections depend on the support of candidates by big business. To get a seat in parliament one must then do their bidding. That is how the system works. Generators of fossil fuel have the money and power to stop thinking of life and to concentrate on their products, which it would seem we can't do without.
Even though we have technology to take energy from the sun, the wind, and even the sea, it makes little difference. With the help from elected representatives they sabotage this while making the case that only by burning fossil fuels and by clearing rain forests can we survive. Meanwhile they are killing us.
Trees take carbon from the air and improve the soil. They also make rain slow down winds and shade the earth, making it cooler. With the loss of these valuable assets the reverse occurs. As forests burn they remove the trees and further heat the atmosphere. This brings more droughts, more carbon and adds to the green house effects.
Ultimately the death of the planet is inevitable. While facing this scenario elected officials who are climate change deniers or dependent on fossil fuel generators continue to lead.
Every living thing on earth faces these assassins and most people are little concerned by it. Pollution of oceans, land, and aim continues as long as they have jobs and money in their pockets. While they can't eat or breath their wealth they can't do without it. The human psyche won't allow them to change.
The poor and disadvantaged have no voice in such matters and while they suffer their plea for change goes almost unnoticed. Demonstrations by so-called greenies, who see the problem and want change, is ridiculed while the most stupid take up the call against them. This is how money has gained more power than life itself. It was spoken of in prophecy and now coming to fruition and there is nothing that can be done to stop it as we face the death squad.
Cancer and Death of the Planet Result From Use of 666 and Religions

Cancer and Death of the Planet Result From Use of 666 and Religions

Expert Author Norma Holt
Humans cannot change because we are programmed by our inner voice, and that is how we are controlled by the Spirit of the Universe. My insight derives from my reincarnation and knowledge that religions are the enemies of that force. There is no heaven or hell but fear and reward promoted by organisations to attract people to their messages and prevent them from leaving.
That brings up the question of why has it been allowed if the Spirit is such a power? The answer is simple and logical if one has an open mind.
To begin with the Spirit communicates with its people. That is those with a link to it. To hep us identify them and to stay in touch rules were given that are contained in prophecies in the Old Testament and in Revelation. To understand those required input from that link and guidance to the oldest religion that has been buried by the lies of modern ones.
The Spirit demonstrated the first ideology and how it was altered by devious means so that the roots and links were concealed behind a barrier of deception that normally cannot be penetrated. That is called the 'Wall of the Daughter of Zion', which is mentioned many times in the bible.
It also showed how much language and historical changes have allowed this to happen. The question of when and how religions developed and the identity of 666 were also made known. The depth of knowledge to appreciate the emergence of modern faith and unravel the so-called mysteries was where it took me to do the job.
The research and that knowledge is given freely so those who are linked to the Spirit will know how they have been deceived and their spirituality robbed or altered by fear. Those not connected are like the soil in which the former have grown despite the handicaps. Now they are being gathered and this revelation is aiding the harvest.
Religions and 666 have been used by the Spirit to bring this about. We are in the end times as most now realise and the ingathering is taking place, according to the prophecies and the promise of the real God. The unconnected will disappear as they are but a tool to produce the best of the crop. The aim was always to bring those called the Children of Israel to their inheritance at the end of the day. It is happening now.
Things to Consider Before Becoming Self Employed

Things to Consider Before Becoming Self Employed

Expert Author Susan Leigh
The first step in becoming self employed is in deciding what to do. Where do your interests lie and what particular skills and training have you had. Many people use this as an opportunity to re-train and do something completely different with their lives. Maybe even take up a niche or service based business.
Another factor is how much money is there available for investment in the start up, is there finance or support available and how long can you support yourself before you need to make a profit? A franchise can sometimes be a good opportunity at a time like this, as there is already a business plan and corporate strategy in place. The truth is that 80% of new start ups fail in the first two years. 80% of the 20% that make it are franchises, but it is important to take care to choose the right business for you. Some of the answers to these questions may well mean that you have to consider reigning in some of your initial enthusiasm, or perhaps they will mean that you have to really work on putting together a solid business plan to justify getting a business loan.
Choosing what to do and how to start, initially involves identifying a particular interest or skill that you have and then deciding how to market that skill. Sometimes listing those skills and then creating a brand for yourself can be an effective way of marketing yourself and your new business. Putting together good quality stationery, by way of flyers, leaflets, business cards, etc can help in promoting yourself as a professional business rather than as a small scale beginner. It can be a worthwhile investment and the process of putting it all together can also help you to clarify your goals and target market.
Be aware of potential scams. Never send off money to pay for a job and check out what you are looking to get involved in. Get advice. Trust your instinct.
Sometimes looking at small companies that may need part time expertise in your field can be a good way of getting into the market, gaining experience and making connections. They may not want or be able to afford full time staff, but a part time option may be an excellent answer to their problems, whilst getting your foot in some doors and introducing yourself to relevant people.
When you are starting to work from home it is important to create a positive environment for yourself. Take yourself seriously and invest in a proper work station. Several things have to be considered and taken into account. A comfortable office chair is an important investment - you will no doubt be spending a lot of time in it, at least at first. Portable office equipment is useful, as it can be stored away when not being used. A filing system is essential, especially if you are working in different companies or on different projects. Convenient telephone access is vital and a telephone extension socket for your computer.
Keeping motivated can be a challenge as working on your own or from home can be lonely at times. Structure each day. Have a routine where you get up, have a shower, get ready for work and then aim to start by a certain time. Proper breaks for coffee or lunch are important, and be sure to use these breaks to get some fresh air if possible, so that you get out of the office for a little while.
Use contacts from your business life to keep up-dated in what is going on in the wider business world. Think of making use of networking opportunities by joining some of the business clubs and associations, looking out for conferences and using the internet social media connections to let potential clients know about you and what you have to offer.
Self esteem can sometimes be hard to maintain, especially if you were in a high powered job and are now starting out again from scratch. Appreciate that it can take time to define your new role and the boundaries at first may feel a little unsure or uneasy. Working from home as well as running a home can sometimes become hard to separate and it may be important to get help at first to allow you to concentrate on getting the new venture off the ground. Sometimes a supportive partner is available to help. Other times it may be worth paying someone to help with the domestic chores so that you can really focus on what you need to be doing with your time.
The Important Role of Independent Traders

The Important Role of Independent Traders

Expert Author Susan Leigh
Small businesses and sole traders occupy an important place in the UK business economy. Whilst many people are aware of the high-profile brand names associated with big business and conglomerates, independent traders are able to provide an invaluable service to their customers.
They are often able to fill a niche that big businesses are unwilling or unable to sustain. And because independent traders often live and work in the area, rely on personal recommendations and care about maintaining their reputation the quality of their goods and services is often exceptional.
So, whilst big business is important in providing recognisable brand names, guarantees of quality, economies of scale, we also need to reflect on the important role of independent traders.
Local Knowledge.
Small local businesses are good at identifying a niche, an area that they can make a living from, that works well on a small-scale and is valued and relevant to its customers and clients. Some goods and services are especially sought after in certain locations but not in others; farriers, thatchers, wrought ironmongers for example may do a thriving business in some areas but receive virtually no interest in others. Supply and demand can be tailored by independent traders to suit what is sustainable.
Unique Products.
Independent traders bring a unique flavour to an area. Farmers markets support their local community by selling locally produced foods. Local farmers join together to establish a market where they can trade their separate wares and make a living. They may sell meats, sausages, hams, locally grown seasonal fruit and vegetables, home-made pies, cheeses, preserves, all produced and sold fresh within their community.
Some farmers markets may sell plants, pottery, jewellery, items made by local craftsmen. The farmers are able to sell their produce regularly without having to compromise their standards or travel miles and the local people are happy because they have access to fresh, locally produced foods and goods, all available at an economical price and very different from mass-produced fare.
Most independent traders are involved in retail. These small independent shops are often highly prized because customers are able to find interesting and varied items, completely different from the ranges available in the main high street. Original new or vintage clothes, interesting handbags, unique individual jewellery are often sold by independent traders.
Independent craftsmen; joiners, electricians, carpenters, are able to turn their hands to one-off, individual pieces of work. For example, independent kitchen-fitters have greater opportunity to offer something unique and tailored to each individual client's specifications. They can liaise with other local traders selling complementary products, like tiling, flooring, white goods. This provides better service and ability to negotiate on design, price, timing as everyone tries to work together to co-ordinate what is needed.
Independent traders often offer flexibility on their opening hours, they are able to provide a service relevant to their individual customers, being prepared to adjust and adapt wherever they can. Customer care is often at the forefront of their mind, being prepared to deliver items, going out of their way to source something that's needed, being mindful of something that would suit a particular customer, remembering to send greetings cards to support their personal relationships with customers and clients.
Some traders may operate within a franchise structure but are still able to personalise certain aspects of their business and retain an independent feel to what they do.
Operating on a smaller scale can afford certain economies, reduced overheads, the potential to maybe work from home or rent office space as and when required. If involved in retail, it may be viable to share premises with a similar complementary business in order to reduce costs and provide a wider range of goods or services. At times it may be appropriate to run events and launches together, share advertising, liaise over aspects of a job.
Small traders often have to fight for survival and work hard to establish a successful business. They are often keen to prove their competency and demonstrate the quality of their work. Professional associations like Business groups, The Chamber of Commerce, Federation of Small Businesses are keen to support small independent traders and provide a seal of approval. By joining a trading association or professional body independent traders are able to provide proof of their competency, their professional insurances and their ongoing commitment to continuous professional development, if relevant.
Good Relationships Make Good Business Sense

Good Relationships Make Good Business Sense

Expert Author Susan Leigh
Many of us appreciate the importance of being polite to others, of treating others as we would like to be treated but what about the ongoing implications of taking the time, making the effort to build good relationships. Let's look at how good relationships make good business sense.
Build good relationships in business. Networking, meeting and mixing with other people in business benefits us in many different ways. Firstly, from a purely practical point of view, meeting other business owners provides the opportunity for conversation and discussion, sharing information and advice, problem solving, providing mutual support. We may gain access to their contacts, both personal and professional, some of whom may be useful to us in any number of ways.
In addition we gain access to their knowledge, skills and expertise, which may help us develop personally and within our business. Access to other professions may provide help with business coaching, stress management, printing, graphic design, technical support, accountancy skills, insurance, all of which enable us to become more confident, strong and viable as a successful small business owner.
Meeting people in other businesses offers the opportunity to both utilise and recommend their services. Plus there's the possibility of establishing alliances where we can include our joint skills on the menu, extending our range of goods and/or services to provide a more comprehensive service to our combined clients.
With this in mind, it's important to nurture these relationships, follow each other on social media, meet up for coffee, keep in touch, treat each other well and get to know, like and trust each other. Remember discussions you've had and follow-up on them. Demonstrate genuine interest. Relationships and networking are not just about collecting stacks of business cards and then relentlessly bombarding each other with sales information. Maybe send out regular newsletters with interesting facts and articles that will be of help in their daily life. Be generous in recommending others, even if there's no apparent immediate payback to yourself.
Build good relationships with family and friends. Devoting time to your important personal relationships demonstrates to them and to you that they matter, that you care enough about them to commit time to doing things together. Being respectful of those relationships ensures that you have a strong, loving, supportive network in your life. These are the people who will try to understand and make allowances for you if at times you are under pressure at work, are stressed or have less time available for them on occasion.
These are also the people who can bring balance into your life, maybe at times tell you if you're wrong, over-doing things, damaging your health. They may not always fully appreciate your priorities or the demands that are placed on you, but family are for many people, a significant part of the reason why they are motivated to work as hard as they do.
Open and honest communications are an important part of personal relationships, of building a happy and secure home and personal life. Learn to say how you feel, share bad news as well as good, listen and be interested in others too. Relationships are a two-way exchange. It's equally important to do things you want to do, not just accommodate others and their wishes. Enjoy your relationships with family and friends and let them support you in your business.
Build a good relationship with yourself. So often we consider ourselves last, regard personal time and interests as something we may fit in after everything else on the list has been ticked. But personal time is great for de-stressing, for feeling valuable, for supporting your own self-esteem. Enjoying the things you really want to do makes the hours spent at work slaving over your computer, an order or a piece of work worthwhile. It's your personal reward for all the effort.
Some people even suggest that you should book yourself regular time in the diary and honour that time just as you would an appointment with an important client. Allowing an hour to read a book, have a leisurely bath, book a massage, go for a walk can make all the difference to your mindset and feeling of wellbeing.
Certainly it's important to look after your health too. Take time to eat healthily, have regular breaks, aim to finish your work and domestic chores at a reasonable time, commit to quality sleep. But fun is also an important part of building a good relationship with yourself, of feeling worthy, that you're worth it, entitled to consideration. Enjoy occasional rewards and treats as well as committing regular time for the things you enjoy, that add value to your life.
What First Impression Does Your Business Give?

What First Impression Does Your Business Give?

Expert Author Susan Leigh
If you run a small business what is the first impression that you create for your customers? What is their initial experience of your business, how professional do you appear? A first impression may not even include any personal interaction with you.
For example, what is your out-of-hours customer experience like? Potential customers may not know your opening hours, may call in person or on your landline and expect to find details of your website, your mobile phone number, be able to leave a voice mail. Is the first impression your business gives positive and professional or does it turn people away?
Practice being your own customer, put the boot on the other foot and check out your own first impression of your business. What first impression does your business give?
I work from home, see my clients there and regularly stop outside upon my return home to double-check how the front of my house looks, the first impression I get as I pull up outside. I want to reaffirm that it's still okay to invite customers there, that the neighbourhood is smart, tidy and looks acceptable to the type of customers I want to attract. Does the garden look tidy and welcoming, are the windows clean; all important, subtle things that clients will pick up on, often without realising.
When I walk through the front door I'll usually pause to take in the first impression the room presents, how it looks, smells, feels. These things are all important, especially to a first time customer or client. Do clients or their companions have somewhere to sit and wait if necessary and is that place comfortable?
I recently called at the advertised shop premises of a driveway laying business. I was considering spending quite a lot of money on a new driveway and wanted to see examples of their work, the different options available for colours and styles, but every time I called their shop was closed. I tried at different times, all within the usual office hours. Daytime, Saturday afternoon; the business was styled as a shop but had no receptionist or staff present and no information explaining why. It was an exasperating experience which conveyed a rather indifferent attitude towards potential new business.
They could argue that they're saving on overheads, are able to offer a more economical service as a consequence but when a new customer is trying to make contact it's important that they're able to do so. Why have a shop in the middle of a row of shops if it's unmanned? What first impression does that create?
Competition is fierce in the world of business and as a small business or sole trader it's important to offer that special something extra to customers and clients. Yes, pricing is always going to be an important consideration but it's by no means the only one.
Quality customer service, professionalism and reliability are often almost more important than the price and can certainly put you ahead of the competition. Creating a good first impression helps you to get your foot through the door and reinforces potential customers belief in your ability to deliver well on your promises.
A good first impression helps you to look professional, conveys the message that you take a pride in your work and in your reputation and that your business is important to you.


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