Dr. Udo Erasmus is a pioneer of the health and wellness industry which created FLAX OIL and the Healthy Fats Movement. He is also the co-founder of the UDO’S CHOICE supplement brand, a global leader in cutting edge health products having sold tens of millions of bottles of healthy oils, probiotics and digestive enzymes.
Udo is an accomplished author including Fats that Heal Fats that Kill that has sold over 250,000 copies worldwide. Udo has extensive education in Biochemistry and Biology, a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Adler University and has impacted over 5,000,000+ lives by passionately conducting 5,000+ live presentations, 3,000+ media interviews, 1,500 staff trainings and traveled to 40+ countries with his message on how to achieve perfect health. …
After interviewing Sara a couple of months ago, I later decided to try homeopathy. Since then, she has been guiding me on this exciting holistic journey and I must add it is quite intriguing. I am looking forward to continuing on this path and I am curious to see where it will take me health-wise.
I am honored to feature her second part interview this month and to share it with you.
Sara will be sharing with us credible researches, documentaries and books on the homeopathic industry; about the current pandemic crisis and about a medical device used in Japanese hospitals that you and I can have in our own kitchens.
What I really enjoyed about interviewing Sara is her calm demeanor and the poetic choice of words she uses to explain a holistic lifestyle.
During this difficult time, Sara is generously offering 50% off of her sessions. I have conveniently listed her contact information at the end of this article. …
I met Sara Namazi through a mutual friend and was immediately inspired by her poetic demeanor.
She struck me as a bohemian, but I very soon learned that she has a background in Nutrition, homeopathy, optician training, and reiki. Sara’s old soul pulled me towards the realization of how lost I can get in a modern lifestyle of conveniences and guilty pleasures.
We have a common interest in the health of the mind, body, and spirit. When I asked her if I could interview her for my audience, she accepted with kindness. …
A REVOLUTIONIZE-INTERVIEW SERIES 1
Mother’s Day is approaching.
My mom is simple on the outside, and complicated on the inside.
I always think if my mother and I were the same age, our paths would not cross because we are so different.
But, there is a lesson to be learned from family members who are different from us. After all, we choose our friends, but not our family. We are stuck with them, so let’s make the best of the journey.
I admire her independence and her resilience to some major forced changes she encountered. …
It is important to ask this question from time to time: How is my work affecting my health? Is it making me sick, and what can I do?
This article is for those of us who cannot stop working and about finding a balance between work and health.
Not everyone has the luxury to change or leave their jobs right away. Others love what they do too much to change, but their health gets compromised. So, if your work is causing you stress, have bills to pay and mouths to feed, what can you do?
All you need to do is make a bit of time for exercise, that’s all. If you haven’t started yet, start right away. If you have, keep on going. …
If you like to be treated with respect and kindness, make certain you are treating others the same way. If you are impatient in the presence of a pensioner, be careful because you too are destined to be a senior.
I wanted to write two parallel stories. One is a personal story about my father, and the other is a public observation about depression among the elderly in our community. The purpose of this article is to help us understand mental illness in older adults, with some tips on how to help them feel loved and cared for.
Before I do this I, wanted to share my views on being young. …
A REVOLUTIONIZE-INTERVIEW SERIES 2
I don’t want to regret not knowing enough about my parents before they leave the earth. In fact, I want to learn about who they were before they had me. By doing so, I think I can learn more about myself.
My father is 80 years old. He has turned many corners. Some were amazing, and others were horrific.
Although it is great to live longer and healthier, there is always an undying fear of what awaits around the corner.
The worst corner he ever turned was the one receiving news of his son’s death not long ago. …
You were young once, and it was enough for you, right? You have no desire to go back. You just want to reap the rewards of being both healthy and experienced!
Of course, you did not anticipate that becoming older was going to be more than developing a wiser outlook on life.
You may not have known that living longer comes with its difficulties, like developing scars and painful memories, not to mention the build up of toxins in the body, and increased wear and tears. You didn’t think your body would feel heavy dragging your tired soul around.
This is why complaining and whining increased as you aged. It’s easy to blame the number of years you lived. …
When it comes to exercise older people should start slow and progress with caution. It is important that they are gently assisted when trying to reach their maximum level of exertion. All bodies and minds need to exert themselves to their personal best; the feeling of physical excitement should not be exclusive to the young. All ages should experience this emotion, so let’s defy the ideas that our actions should be limited by our age.
I used to take my father to a place near his home that had the most breathtaking view of the city. To get there we would have to park his car beneath the stairs and climb one hundred steps, where at the top, a panoramic scene of distant buildings and blue horizons awaited him. …