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Habits of Health Tuesdays 2018

Learn the habits of life that will either promote you or those that will demote you.

Join in the discussion every Tuesday night from 6 to 7:30 pm where we address all the issues!

 

28
August

Michael McCright   Meditation

 

Mindfulness – becoming aware – living in the NOW! The Present! It is our tendency as human beings to reflect on the past quite often—regretting mistakes that we've made, reviewing those decisions that now, using 20-20 hindsight...

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21
August

Michael McCright   Beliefs

 

Low self-esteem – a false belief about ourselves, thinking poorly of ourselves, not giving ourselves credit for the value we provide for others. Many times low self-esteem was established early on in life due to a traumatic experience.

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14
August

Michael McCright   Spiritual

 

What is your life's greatest desire? What is your biggest Dream? Would it be for health, if you had to sacrifice wealth? Would it be for a great family life? Would it be for Power and Fame?

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31
July

Michael McCright   Philosophy

 

Instant gratification generally means that a short term (instant gain) will most often turn into long term pain. Delayed Gratification generally means that short term pain (suffering a little in the NOW) will most often turn into long term gain....

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17
July

Michael McCright   Journey

 

Sarcopenia – The loss of muscle mass as we age. The effects—one pound of muscle is said to burn about 70 calories per day. As we age, we lose about one pound of muscle every year and replace it with fat....

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12
June

Michael McCright   Philosophy

 

Giving up and surrendering can be, or is, one of the most difficult things for any individual to do. It has been proven in the case of Japan that surrendering was a great boon for their country, their economy, and the people of Japan....

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22
May

Michael McCright

 

When it comes to thinking what you want to think, it is important to differentiate between what the Ego wants us to think and what the Authentic Self truly believes...

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24
April

Michael McCright   Nutrition

 

Sucrose – Sugar is absorbed directly from the stomach into the bloodstream, creating blood sugar spiking, which in turn creates Insulin spiking. Over time, this can lead to insulin resistance, type II diabetes, and other blood disorders...

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10
April

Michael McCright   Prevention

 

Body Mass Index -- What is it and Why is it important. A measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women. For Optimal Health, your BMI should be between 19 and 24...

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20
March

Michael McCright   Processes

 

Why journal? 1. Our forgetters are so good, we tend to forget the things that are good for us. 2. Removing the revolving thoughts from our mind and getting them into the open, in black and white, where we can face them.

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13
March

Michael McCright   Assessment

 

Our past – our thoughts and deeds – in reality represent who we have become. But Not who we actually are. Two selves exist in each individual - the Bible calls one-self flesh and the other Spirit. I like to think as one self as being EGO or the false self, which one could relate to the flesh. The other would be the Authentic Self, the real you, which one could relate to soul or Spirit.

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26
February

Michael McCright   Special Event

 

Special Event! The consequences of carrying additional weight and the consequences of waiting til health issues arise. How not to be deluded into the false belief that because of your blood test results or health screenings appear normal, that vital internal processes are not being affected.

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20
February

Michael McCright   Philosophy

 

Definition of Habit: an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary. Definition: A settled or regular tendency or practice – especially one that is hard to give up.

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9
January

Michael McCright   Philosophy

 

Habits of health are the habits you've developed that lead you towards a more serene, peaceful life—a life of acceptance, not resignation, but an honest gut level recognition of who you are and what you are.

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