Prison Health w/ Dr. Erick Eiting

Please watch the latest episode of The Bulldozer Health Show!

In this episode Wendy is on location in New York, New York with Dr. Erick Eiting. The for-profit prison system is discussed in relation to health care and other social issues, as well as available healthcare for prisoners, healthy food, and much more! Sponsored in part by: The CT Medical Marijuana Critic, Total Hemp U.S., The Barling Clinic, Better Living Rx, and Sage Advice LLC.

 

Thanks for watching!

Peace,

Wendy Love Edge

http://www.bulldozerhealth.org

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4/15 Fashion, Health and Wellness: A Family Event T and G newspaper article

Please join Bulldozer Health and Art Reach on 4/15 at Bull Mansion! Here s the latest article about the event:         http://www.telegram.com/news/20170407/bulldozer-health-event-set-for-april-15-at-bull-mansion

The Bulldozer Health Show Episode 14: Ben Speaks

Please listen to Episode 14 of The Bulldozer Health Show.
Wendy Love Edge interviews Judy Giavangelo Executive Director of Ben Speaks Louder Than Words.

Hit this link:

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B2FCSFS692t4bnNkM09pd2M1OEk&usp=sharing

For more information please go to http://www.bespeaks.org

Thanks for listening!
Peace,
Wendy Love Edge

Take back your health America!

http://www.bulldozerhealth.org

Health Empowerment and Action

Let’s start with some definitions: Empowerment is the process of increasing the capacity of individuals or groups to make choices and to transform those choices into desired actions and outcomes.
Action is something done or performed; an act; a deed. It is also an act that one consciously wills and that may be characterized by physical or mental activity.
It follows then, that empowerment requires some action. It is a process. And it is the action that creates desired outcomes.

We all have the capacity to become empowered in our health. This doesn’t mean that our physical or emotional issues disappear, or that we can wish them away or simply decide that they are gone.
Don’t get me wrong. I talk a lot about “changing your mind” to the positive and deciding to be healthy and well. I strongly believe that this is an essential ingredient to making a change for the better in one’s health and well-being. That said, it isn’t a “magical” process, or a process of denial. It is using the power of the mind in your favor to create movement. That is to say, action, is also a necessary ingredient.

Once you have changed your mind to the positive, you still must address the health issues your body and mind may have in order to achieve good health. Being empowered in one’s health, means being honest with yourself about your issues, facing them head on, and doing what needs to be done.

I wanted to make this point because I have been hearing a lot from people who state that they feel upset when someone who uses natural methods of healing suggests that all they have to do is wish away their physical or mental/emotional issues. This also makes me upset because this isn’t a magical recipe. You can’t just wish away your issues and problems. You can become open and willing to try different avenues to good health and well-being. You can educate yourself about what options are available to you. You can believe you can find health, become more positive, and search for answers until you have exhausted all options.

Empowerment in health means you are in the position of power when it comes to your own health. Simply choosing to be healthy IS important, but it must be coupled with action.

Take back your health America!
Peace,
Wendy Love Edge