Healy Helps You with Pain

Healy is Amazing!

Healy Helps, and that’s No Lie!

I am so excited to offer this pain and stress-reduction tool to you! Healy is the first FDA-cleared, smartphone-controlled, biofeedback wearable device that can enhance many aspects of your life! Really? Yes, really!

Just like you change the channel (frequency) on your radio or tv, you can change frequencies to improve your health, stress less, and so much more. Like a Fitbit or blood pressure monitor, Healy reads what is happening in your body at the moment. But, here comes the wonderful part ….

Healy is FDA Cleared Class II medical deviceUnlike them, Healy is an IMF (Individualized MicroFrequency) device that can scan your body for deficiencies and then provide the scientifically-derived frequencies you need to bring you back into a healthy balance. It works on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels.


Healy = FDA Cleared Class 2 Medical Equipment for Pain Relief


In Europe, It’s Approved for More, More, More!

The Healy is cleared by the FDA as Class 2 medical equipment for relief of acute, chronic, and arthritis pain, as well as for muscle soreness from overexertion.

In the European Union, Healy is a medical device for the treatment of pain in chronic pain, fibromyalgia, skeletal pain, and migraines, as well as for the supportive treatment of mental conditions such as depression, anxiety, and related sleep disorders.


This 11-Minute Video Introduces You to Basic Features, the History, and Why Healy Helps!

PLEASE!

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It tells you all about it much better than I can!


Examples of How People Use Healy

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Healy has programs for the relief of pain, stress, insomnia, relaxation, and energy levels.  Below is just a sample of the kinds of topics for which Healy programs are used.

  • Aging
  • Bacteria
  • Beauty and skin
  • Chakra imbalance
  • Circulation
  • Concentration
  • Energy
  • Exhaustion
  • Eyes
  • Fitness and Sport
  • Hair growth
  • Heart
  • Hormones
  • Intestinal Issues
  • Learning
  • Lungs
  • Menstrual Issues
  • Mental acuity
  • Mineral deficiencies
  • Muscle regeneration after exercise
  • Nails
  • Nerves
  • Nutritional needs
  • Organs
  • Prostate
  • Relaxation
  • Scar tissue
  • Sleep quality
  • Sports injuries or prowess
  • Stress
  • Toxins
  • Vitamin deficiencies
  • Weight

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Raw “Cheesecake” Recipe

This Raw “Cheesecake” Recipe is a DELICIOSO & HEALTHY TREAT!  

Wouldn’t You Just LOVE to have a  recipe for something that tastes like cheesecake, requires no baking, and is packed with healthful ingredients?  

THERE IS NO CHEESE IN THIS RAW  “CHEESECAKE” RECIPE

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Before giving you the recipe, let me answer the following question:

What Does The Raw Cheesecake Recipe

Have To Do With Sharia Garland

and Disabled Veterans?

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Brain Food

A Fun Way to Play with Your Food ~

Brain Food, That Is ….

Most of us know that walnuts (which bear a great resemblance to brain halves) are nature’s “brain food.” But, what I’m talking about primarily is something different. After a reminder about what constitutes “real” brain food, we’re going to look at some fun and creative ways to stimulate your brain/mind in short, daily challenges that you can keep to yourself or share on Twitter and other social media platforms.

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According to Harvard Health. Note:  “Walnuts are high in a type of omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). Diets rich in ALA and other omega-3 fatty acids have been linked to lower blood pressure and cleaner arteries. That’s good for both the heart and brain.”

This is a health blog; so, before I give you examples of “food for thought,” here is a reminder of other natural foods that are good for brain health. Continue Reading →