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July 28, 2017

Bragg, Chosen as a Finalists for the Ginger Spice ACV

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Bragg, chosen as a finalists for the Ginger Spice ACV

Public voting starts July 31, 2017


Vote at www.ecoexcellenceawards.com

Bragg Live Food Products, a privately owned International Natural Food Business, has been committed to producing the finest quality Health Foods and Beverages for over 100 years. Their famous Apple Cider Vinegar products are sold worldwide and are non-GMO, Natural and Certified Organic, and bottled in recyclable glass.

The Certified Organic Bragg Farm in Santa Barbara, CA includes rows of huge solar panels, Bee Hives, a large pond that is a waterfowl habitat, and water catchment for irrigating the organic orchards. The Teaching Garden, six huge doll houses, colorful flowers, succulents, and a large library located in one of the orchards, makes visits to the farm a fun learning experience for children.

Organic apples from the orchard is donated to local schools. The Bragg Health Foundation supports programs to protect oceans and waterways and ban fracking and fluoridation. It supports organic food production and stopping aerial spraying of pesticides, such as Glyphosate.

C.E.O. Dr. Patricia Bragg values the role of our pollinators and is working to stop hive collapse. She believes it is every child’s birthright to have a healthy body and a clean environment, and her Bragg Health Kids program sponsors health education about the “Bragg Healthy Lifestyle: “You are what you eat, drink, breathe, think, say, and do”.

The company is not just in business to manufacture healthy products, but also to change lives and promote wellness, happiness and longevity. Bragg Health Newsletters, lectures and Bragg Health Science Books preceded their food products and show their Core values of Health and Nutrition Education, and commitment to Organic Farming practices.

The Bragg name is world famous for its signature Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, with “the Mother”, and known for its healing properties of neutralizing blood pH, weight control, balancing blood-sugar, cleansing and aiding digestion.

BRAGG Ginger Spice Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Drinks are pre-mixed, Zero Calorie. Made with pure distilled water, naturally Stevia-sweetened, they are a delicious way to cleanse, energize and drink your Apple Cider Vinegar on the go. They contain no refined sugar, Non-GMO verified, bottled in recyclable glass, and USDA Organic Certified.

Bragg Organic Coconut Liquid Aminos is a new Soy-Free Seasoning and already “flying off the shelves”. While some companies are clear-cutting Palms and destroying rainforests and habitats, Bragg uses sustainable practices to collect Coconut blossom nectar from living palms. They add sea salt, distilled water and Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar. It is Preservative-free, Non-GMO, Gluten free, and MSG free, and delicious in Stir-Fry’s, Rice, Marinades, and Teriyaki Tofu.

Bragg Nutritional Yeast Seasoning is a Vegan, cheese-alternative in a shaker bottle, with no cholesterol, sugar or salt, and high in B vitamins, including B12. A delicious seasoning for salads, pasta, soups, kale chips and popcorn. Kids love it and Moms love the Nutrition it provides.

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Good Nutrition Starts in the Ground

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Good Nutrition Starts in the Ground

Good Nutrition Starts in the Ground from Bragg “Vegetarian Health Recipes

The Benefits of Gardening

 

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July 27, 2017

Patricia Bragg Viral Dancing – Version 8

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Patricia Bragg Viral Dancing – Version 8

Dr. Patricia Loves to Dance

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Pregnancy & Autism

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Pregnancy & Autism

 LONDON (Reuters) – Children exposed to antidepressants during their mothers’ pregnancies seem to have a slightly higher risk of autism than children whose mothers had psychiatric disorders but did not take antidepressants while pregnant, a study has found.

But publishing their findings on Wednesday, researchers said the results should not cause alarm, since the absolute risk of a child developing autism remains very small.

Depression is common in women of childbearing age. In Europe, experts say that between 3 and 8 percent of pregnant women are prescribed antidepressants.

Several previous studies have suggested associations between antidepressant use during pregnancy and autism in offspring, but researchers say it is not clear whether this is due to the illness itself, the antidepressants, or other unknown factors.

A Canadian study published late in 2015 found that women who take antidepressants while pregnant may be more likely to have children with autism – but it also noted that the overall risk is very low.

For this research, a team led by Dheeraj Rai at Britain’s University of Bristol, analyzed data from more than 254,000 children living in Stockholm, Sweden, aged between 4 and 17.

Their mothers were either women with no mental illness who had not taken antidepressants, women who’d had a disorder and taken antidepressants while pregnant, or women with psychiatric disorders who had not taken antidepressants during pregnancy.

Of the 3,342 children exposed to antidepressants during pregnancy, the study found that 4.1 percent were diagnosed with autism, compared with 2.9 percent of the 12,325 children not exposed to antidepressants whose mothers had a history of a mental illness.

The researchers stressed, however, that the absolute risk was small: More than 95 percent of women in the study who took antidepressants during pregnancy did not have an autistic child.

They estimated that, even if the association between antidepressant use and autism is causal, only 2 percent of cases would be prevented if in future no women with psychiatric disorders took antidepressants when pregnant.

In a commentary on the findings, published in the BMJ British medical journal, Diana Schendel at Denmark’s Aarhus University said the findings “should be viewed through the kaleidoscope of possible causes of autism”.

She said the small apparent increased risk of a child developing autism “must be carefully weighed against the substantial health consequences associated with untreated depression.”

Editing by Raissa Kasolowsky

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Adult Weight Gain Linked to Major Chronic Diseases

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Adult weight gain linked to major chronic diseases

By Carolyn Crist

(Reuters Health) – The weight that Americans typically gain between ages 20 and 50 may raise their risk of developing cancer, heart disease and other major illnesses, according to a new study.

Even those who only gained 10 pounds faced a higher risk of major chronic diseases and aging poorly, the study authors report in JAMA.

“In the past, most focus has been put on people who are already obese and how they should lose weight. The problem is that people don’t become obese overnight,” said senior study author Dr. Frank Hu of the Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health in Boston.

“Americans start to gain weight in early adulthood and put on a small amount each year, such as a half pound or pound, which adds up in the long-term,” Hu told Reuters Health in a phone interview. “Then it’s difficult to lose weight and maintain that lost weight. That’s why prevention is extremely important.”

The researchers analyzed data from two large studies that followed nearly 93,000 U.S. women and more than 25,000 U.S. men over decades. Participants reported what their weights had been in young adulthood – at age 18 for women and age 21 for men – and again at age 55.

The study team then tracked health changes after age 55, including the development of various diseases, cognitive decline and physical limitations associated with aging.

Women gained an average of 28 pounds over 37 years, and men put on an average 21 pounds over 34 years. Consistently across both genders, those who gained more weight were more likely to be physically inactive, non-smokers, have unhealthy diets and have more chronic diseases by the time they were in their 50s.

About one in five women and one in three men were considered to be aging healthily in their 70s.

Compared to people who stayed close to their youthful weight, those who gained just 5.5 to 22 pounds (2.5 kg to 10 kg) had nearly double the risk of type 2 diabetes, as well as 38 percent higher risk of gallstones and 9 percent to 25 percent increased risk for hypertension, heart disease and cancer.

People who gained 22 to 44 pounds (10 kg to 20 kg) had a quadrupled risk of developing type 2 diabetes, doubled risk of developing gallstones and 30 percent to 60 percent increased risk of hypertension, heart disease and an obesity-related cancer.

Gaining more than 44 pounds (20 kg) was tied to 10 times the odds of hypertension, three times the odds of gallstones and twice the heart disease risk of people who had stayed at the same weight.

“The overall results were not surprising because we know that excess weight gain is associated with many consequences, but the moderate weight gain statistics were sobering,” Hu said. “Most people gain more than 20 pounds, so this is a wake-up call for people.”

Each 10-pound increase in weight gain was associated with 17 percent reduction in the odds of aging healthily.

“The good news about the obesity battle is that we’re seeing plateaus and decreases in children, but the bad news is we’re still seeing increases in adulthood,” said Dr. William Dietz of George Washington University in Washington, D.C., who wrote a commentary accompanying the study.

Dietz suggested turning toward workplaces to implement healthy living strategies and cut down on daytime snacking. Since most Americans spend their daytime hours at a workplace and since many workplaces bear the healthcare costs associated with absenteeism and lost productivity, corporations could make a big impact, he said. Targeting families could be another effective avenue, too, he added.

“The bottom line is that weight gain during adulthood is not benign,” Dietz said. “With all of these adverse health consequences, we need to find ways to help adults prevent weight gain.”

 

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Water and Its Effects on the Human Body – The Stones Within Us

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Water and Its Effects On the Human Body
The Stones Within Us

Bragg book “Water
Page 51, Bragg book “Water – The Shocking Truth that can save your life!”

The more we learned about biochemistry (life chemistry), the more we realized why so many people were prematurely old, stiff and suffering from paint throughout their bodies. During our visits to London’s largest hospitals, we learned more about stones forming within the human body.

Why do stones form in our bodies? What does this mean with regard to human health?

The most common places to find such stones are in the gallbladder, the kidneys, the passageways between kidneys and bladder (known as ureters) and within the bladder itself. Another organ where stones are sometimes revealed, by an ultrasound, x-ray or CT scan, is the pancreas. This is the glandular organ which lies behind the stomach and has both an internal and an external secretion. Stone formation anywhere in the body has always been regarded as a diseased condition.

In our opinion, all these stones are formed by the unbalanced, acid, toxin-producing diet that most humans eat; further aggravated by the chemicalized, inorganically mineralized water they drink. Add to this the heavy concentrations of salt most people use, plus the tremendous amount of waxy cholesterol (saturated fats) ingested by the average person, then unhealthful conditions result! Unbalanced diets form poisons which the body cannot metabolize or easily eliminate, so these toxins are formed into stones by the body’s chemistry. Practically all drinking water contains the inorganic mineral calcium carbonate. This and other inorganic minerals and toxins play a big part in the formation of painful stones within the body’s organs.

 

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July 26, 2017

Health Habit Chat on Breathing

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Health Habit Chat on Breathing

OneLifeRadio 1190AM

Health Habit Chat on Breathing. OneLifeRadio 1190AM was today in Dallas at 10:30 am. They also air on
Talk radio 1190am 5-6 am, CBS Sports 1430 AM Indianapolis, 1360 kuik Portland, OR, AM 1070 the Answer,
also online on iHeart Radio , tunein, iTunes, GooglePlay Music, Soundcloud, and Stitcher Smart Radio

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Mushroom Stuffing for Baked Potatoes

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Mushroom Stuffing for Baked Potatoes

Mushroom Stuffing for Baked Potatoes from Bragg book “Vegetarian Health Recipes” page 96

Page 96 of Bragg book

 

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July 25, 2017

We Thank Thee

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We Thank Thee!

Blessings from Dr. Patricia Bragg

Page 242

Ralph Waldo Emerson
Bragg book “Vegetarian Health Recipes.”

For flowers that bloom about our feet; For song of bird and hum of bee; For all things fair we hear or see. Further in heaven we thank. Thee! For pleasant shade of braches high; For fragrant air and cooling breeze; For beauty of the blooming trees; Further in heaven we thank. Thee! For mother love and father care; For brothers strong and sisters fair; For love at home and here each day; For guidance lest we go astray; Father in heaven we thank Thee! For this new morning with its light; For rest and shelter of the night;For health and food, for love and friends; For everything His goodness sends; Further in heaven we thank Thee! Ralph Waldo Emerson. See page 242 of Bragg’s book “Vegetarian Health Recipes.”

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Bragg Health Foundation Retreat

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Bragg Health Foundation Retreat

A big thank you from the ladies at the Wholistic Women’s Health Retreat – The Rewilding of Women. Beautiful group of women healing with, food/nutrition, nature and love. They loved the ACV skin toner, very cooling after a day in the sun.

Kathy Bragg from Bragg Health Foundation

A Beautiful Horse!!!

Wholistic Women’s Health Retreat

A Beautiful Day!!

Blessings from Dr. Patricia Bragg

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