Archive for the 'Health' Category


Brittany Murphy Death Certificate


New Orleans Casey Anthony Voodoo Dolls

and it is not a joke! The artist R. Vallee and/or S. Lee her partner of New Orleans go on location at the Anthony home for every doll that they make. So far there are 3 dolls for sell on Ebay.  All dolls are signed and numbered by artist for authenticity.

From the artist:

Voodoo is a form of spiritual practice, which is intended to bring comfort to those who feel helpless, in any given situtaion.  The dolls have been blessed in order to enhance your wishes, and the rest of the simple instructions accompany the doll.  Often in life, occurrences bring overwhelming emotion, and these dolls are created with the idea of easing emotion.  The dolls bring a feeling of control to the needed individual, and in using them, one is not only freed of strong emotion, but filled with some feeling of power over a situation, and in most cases, granted their wishes.

Artist is a studied, practiced and renound Spiritual Healer; Gemologist and Jeweler.  Equally engages in healing and spiritual craftmaking, and in designing and manufacturing spiratual and uniquie jewel crafts (emphasis on Voodoo Dolls and Dreamcatchers).


Unhealthiest Drinks in America

SoBe Zen Tea (20 oz bottle)

  • 275 calories
  • 70 g sugar

Though the name might scream “healthy” to the unsuspecting drinker, there is little to celebrate about this beverage. SoBe can cram their drinks full of healthy-sounding extracts and vitamin supplements, but they can’t escape the fact that high-fructose corn syrup outranks tea on the ingredients list.

Rockstar Original (16 oz can)

  • 280 calories
  • 62 g sugar

Energy drink makers might feign a level of health by fortifying their products with a cocktail of vitamins and minerals, but don’t be fooled: Any minimal benefit they might provide is snuffed out by the blanket of sugar and calories each can contains. Want energy? Try a cup of homebrewed black tea. It nearly zero calories and contains a deluge of disease-fighting antioxidants.

Lipton Iced Brisk Lemon Iced Tea (20 oz bottle)

  • 325 calories
  • 81 g sugar

Iced tea is loaded with metabolism-boosting, cancer-fighting compounds called polyphenols, but Lipton does its best to undo any potential healthy benefit you might derive from the tea’s antioxidants by drowning them in 20 teaspoons of sugar. Your tea of choice should carry no more than 15 grams of sugar per 20-oz serving.

Arizona Kiwi Strawberry (23.5 oz can)

  • 360 calories
  • 84 grams of sugar

These hulking calorie cannons (5 percent juice, 95 percent sugar water) are sold at gas stations and convenience stores across America for the low, low price of 99 cents, making this quite possibly the cheapest source of empty calories in the country.

Worst Chocolate Milk

Nesquik (16 oz bottle)

  • 400 calories
  • 10 g fat (6 g saturated)
  • 60 g sugar

Quik and other chocolate milk manufacturers try to sell parents on the bone-building calcium found in their product, but what they don’t talk about is the fact that a single bottle of this stuff contains as much sugar as three Haagen Dazs Vanilla and Almond ice cream bars. Yikes. Make a healthier version yourself at home with 2 percent milk and a scoop of real powdered cocoa—you’ll save about 150 calories, plus get the antioxidant benefits of cacao without the high-fructose corn syrup.

Caribou Coffee Large Chai Tea Latte

  • 420 calories
  • 47 g sugar

This is exactly the kind of drink that health-conscious consumers knock down each morning while thinking they’re doing themselves a favor. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Flavored lattes—even ones flavored with seemingly healthy stuff like chai—are bad news. Stick to skinny lattes or unsweetened chai.

Worst Kid’s Hot Beverage

Cosi Kid’s Hot Chocolate (12 oz)

  • 436 calories
  • 60 g sugar

While most parents sip their lattes and cappuccinos, most kids sip on hot chocolate. Problem is, few things could be worse for a growing body. There are more calories in this small drink than in Cosi’s Gooey Grilled Cheese sandwich, plus enough sugar to send your kids bouncing off the walls.

Starbucks Venti White Hot Chocolate

  • 640 calories
  • 23 g fat (15 g saturated)
  • 76 g sugar

Caffeine abstainers will find little nutritional refuge in Starbucks’ hot chocolate concoctions. This one packs an entire day’s worth of saturated fat, with more than enough sugar to set you up for a dramatic mid-afternoon energy crash. Stick with the Steamed Apple Juice instead.

Starbucks Venti 2% Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha

  • 660 calories
  • 22 g fat (14 g saturated)
  • 95 g sugar

Important rule of thumb: Avoid holiday-themed items from coffee shops at all costs. From peppermint to egg nog to pumpkin, these are often the most sugar- and fat-packed drinks you’ll find at places like Starbucks. Make your own flavored drinks instead, using skim milk, sugar-free syrups, and, of course, skipping the whip.

Baskin-Robbins Pomegranate Banana Fruit Blast Smoothie (32 oz)

  • 1,020 calories
  • 232 g sugar

With three of the five worst drinks in America, you have to wonder if Baskin-Robbins is in bed with the sugar cane industry. One thing is for sure: People ordering this “smoothie” expecting a healthy afternoon snack have something else coming to them. The second ingredient, after water, is sugar. If you must sip on something at Baskin-Robbins, make it a small low-fat Cappuccino Blast, which has just 220 calories and one-fifth of the sugar of this Fruit Blast.

Cosi Gigante Double OH! Arctic (24 oz)

  • 1,033 calories
  • 35 g fat
  • 177 g carbohydrates

Frozen coffee amalgamations pollute the antioxidant powers of a simple cup of joe with a huge hit of whole milk, sugary syrups, and whipped cream. What you end up with, in worst-case scenarios like this, is half a day’s worth of calories, ready to be sipped down in a matter of minutes. Want a cold caffeine kick? Try iced coffee.

Jamba Juice Peanut Butter Moo’d Power Smoothie (30 oz)

  • 1,170 calories
  • 169 g sugars

Jamba Juice calls it a smoothie; we call it a milkshake, with more sugar than an entire bag of chocolate chips. (Note: We’re pretty sure this is the drink Hollywood actors rely on when looking to put on 20 pounds for the role as a heavy!)

Baskin-Robbins Large York Peppermint Pattie Shake (32 oz)

  • 2,210 calories
  • 103 g fat (57 g saturated)
  • 281 g sugar

The freakish brother of the Heath monster, the York shake earns its title as the most sugar-saturated product in America. To put it in perspective, you’d have to down 15 Twinkies to match the sugar content in this Baskin-Robbins blunder. Source MSN


New Help for Mothers in Need

Nicole Richie has started a new online gift registry that will provide baby products to

moms in need.
  The registry will start off helping families in the LA and New York before expanding

 throughout the country and internationally.

Here’s how it will work: Families will sign up through local social service agencies.

 A list of baby products they need – such as cribs, strollers or blankets –

will be posted on the Web site.

    Donors can view the wish-lists and choose what to contribute.

I think this is wonderful> Please spread the word!

The foundation is still lining up sponsors for the as-yet unnamed registry site.

Head to Nicole and Joel’s website for updates.



Eckhart Tolle: instant download through Sounds True

Eckhart Tolle’s audio programs are available for instant download through Sounds True.

Go to

Downloads Explained

 Downloadable audio programs can be played on any player that supports MP3 playback. This means that you can listen to them on your computer or transfer them to a portable MP3 player (such as an iPod) and play them anywhere.


Sounds True audio download store

  1. New to downloadable audio? Sounds True make it easy with step-by-step guidance.
  2. Downloadable titles are playable on almost any computer or portable music player.       
  3. Save 20% or more on every purchase.
  4. Superb audio quality—twice the sound clarity of other download stores. Listen and hear the difference!
  5. An ecologically friendly way to buy and listen to your favorite programs.
  6. Helpful customer service—talk to a real person who will help troubleshoot problems and answer your questions call Sounds True 1-800-333-9185.
  7. 30-day Unconditional Guarantee: If, for any reason, you are not delighted with your purchase from the Sounds True Downloads Store, simply call Sounds True for a prompt refund.    


    How do I purchase downloads

    When you purchase downloadable items from Sounds True downloads store just follow the checkout screens to complete your order—and start listening!

    You’ll be asked to…


    1.Log in 2.Purchase your items 3.Download them.


     How do I listen to my audio files?

    Use one of the free audio players below. You can also use iTunes to copy your audios to most portable MP3 players.

    Windows Media Player:





All things Gold

Gold Leaf Facials are the craze in Japan. The treatment is available at thirty salons and spas. One session will last anywhere from one to two hours. The price starts at 20,000 to 30,000 yen which is 170 to 250 dollars. I am a huge fan of gold leafing, I just never thought about putting on my face or drinking it. Here are a few other gold things that are badass. Click on pics for descriptions and prices.


Hate groups in your area? take a look at

According to the (Southern Poverty Law Center) Washington state has 20 active hate groups. Want to know what hate groups are in your area? SPLC has an interactive hate group map on the site. Check it out then put yourself on the map to stand strong against hate groups. Below is what surrounds me. frightening stuff.
American National Socialist Workers’ Party
Northwest Hammerskins
National Socilaists of Washington State
Seattle Creators Assembly
National Socialist Movement – NSM
National Socialist Movement – NSM
National Vanguard
Seattle Creators Assembly
Watchmen on the Walls
Aryan Nations
Eastern Washington Skinheads
National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
St. Michael’s Parish/Mount St. Michael
United Realms of America Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
Aryan Nations
Kinsman Redeemer Ministries
Hypatia Publishing

cucumber,milk,almond,honey for your face

You will need: 
mixing bowl
½  tsp grated cucumber
                                                                      1  cold milk
1/2  tsp almond powder
                                                                       1 tsp honey
Mix all ingredients
Refrigerate for 15 minutes
Apply to face and neck
Let sit for 20 mintues.
Rinse with lukewarm water.

Stillness Speaks: Eckhart Tolle

Eckhart Tolle is amazing. He explains with such simplicity. If you don’t have time to read, I recommend watching “The Flowering of Human Consciousness

How short-lived every human experience is, how fleeting our lives. Is there anything that is not subject to birth and death, anything that is eternal?

Consider this: if there were only one color, let us say blue, and the entire world and everything it is were blue, then there would be no blue. There needs to be something that is not blue so that blue can be recognized; otherwise, it would not “stand out”, would not exist.

In the same way, does it not require something that is not fleeting and impermanent for the fleetingness of all thing to be recognized? In other words: if everything, including yourself, were impermanent, would you even know it? Does the fact that you are aware of and can witness the short-lived nature of all forms, including your own, not mean that there is something in you that is not subject to decay?

When you are twenty, you are aware of your body as strong and vigorous; sixty years later, you are aware of your body as weakened and old. Your thinking too may have changed from when you were twenty, but the awareness that knows your body is young or old or that your thinking has changed has undergone no change. That awareness is the eternal in you – consciousness itself. It is the formless One Life. Can you lose It? No, because you are It.

Eckhart Tolle, from Stillness Speaks


Eckhart Tolle: Quotes from The Power Of Now

 “all the things that truly matter — beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner peace — arise from beyond the mind”

“All true artists, whether they know it or not, create from a place of no-mind, from inner stillness”  

“Emotion arises at the place where mind and body meet. It is the body’s reaction to your mind — or you might say, a reflection of your mind in the body”

“Love, joy, and peace cannot flourish until you have freed yourself from mind dominance” 

“Death is a stripping away of all that is not you. The secret of life is to “die before you die” — and find that there is no death”

“To be identified with your mind is to be trapped in time: the compulsion to live almost exclusively through memory and anticipation”

“Unease, anxiety, tension, stress, worry — all forms of fear — are cause by too much future, and not enough presence. Guilt, regret, resentment, grievances, sadness, bitterness, and all forms of nonforgiveness are caused by too much past, and not enough presence”

“You find God the moment you realize that you don’t need to seek God”

“Relationships do not cause pain and unhappiness. They bring out the pain and unhappiness that is already in you”