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Multiple Myeloma Symptoms

Filed Under (Disease, health) by cussy on 30-10-2010

Multiple Myeloma Symptoms can be confused with other problems such as osteoporosis, arthritis or even chronic back pain. It is an insidious form of cancer, which, because of the way that the plasma cells in the bone marrow are involved, the cancer can spread easily throughout the body. The pain associated with multiple myeloma is extreme and requires very strong pain relief. Anemia and fatigue are also common since the production of blood cells is disrupted and the reduced production of platelets results in excessive bleeding.

Diagnosis of Multiple Myeloma involves detection of abnormal proteins in the blood and urine. X-rays can also show up areas of damage to the bone in various parts of the skeleton. Bone marrow biopsies can detect the change in numbers of plasma cells.

More information on multiple myeloma symptoms can be found at http://www.multiplemyelomasymptoms.net




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Secrets To Success With Clickbank

Filed Under (wealth) by cussy on 03-09-2010

Are you into Affiliate Marketing?

I have been for a few years now, but it has only been relatively recently that I have been having a lot of success promoting and selling affiliate products – mostly via Clickbank.

I found the secret to success at making a profit was to have a system in place, rather than just promoting in a haphazard fashion.

There are a number of good systems out there, but the two that I have found to be most successful are:

Clickbank Pirate:      If you have no idea what to do – and don’t have the time or inclination to find out, then this could be perfect for you. Everything is completely automated – although the more  targeted traffic you can generate, the better your results. This is recommended for the complete Newbie to start getting returns quickly. For those with a bit of experience it can become a real goldmine.   Check out Clickbank Pirate.

CB Wealth Formula:      This course sets out exactly what you have to do to set up your affiliate campaigns, so that you can then set and forget them – and rake in the money. The course is extremely detailed yet easy to understand for even the complete novice. Well worth the investment.  Check out CB Wealth Formula.

Speedlings: If you are completely lazy and want everything done for you apart from choosing your niche then try Speedlings. Multiple websites are automatically created, content inserted and updated daily, traffic is driven to the sites and monetized via a range of sources, including Adsense, Amazon, Clickbank and eBay. All you do is decide what your next niche will be. Speedlings won’t produce returns immediately – it may take a month or two for the site to become established and start earning. However it has a snowball effect and the revenue for each site gradually grows over time. Given that you can have hundreds of sites – the passive income can become very substantial. A bit different but definitely a winner!  Take a look at Speedlings.

No matter how successful you have been in the past, if you use any one of these systems you will soon see things turning around. There is no reason why once you get one system working for you, that you can’t implement the others as well to produce multiple streams of income. (That’s what I do.) But a word of advice. Choose one and set that up first so that it starts producing returns, then move onto the next and so on until you have them all up and flying. The beauty is that they need very little ongoing maintenance.

Wishing You Healthy Wealth For Life,

John Cusworth




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Wonders Of Walking

Filed Under (Fitness, health) by cussy on 05-08-2010

The Woman Walking

I have been a member of SparkPeople for two years now. I’ve lost 50 lbs and totally changed my lifestyle, even though the stress of finishing my undergraduate thesis put 10 lbs back on that I’m now working off. One of the main ways that I have kept fit is walking. Even in the highest heat (it can be about 114 degrees where I live) or the frostiest cold (about -15 degrees where I went to school) I made an effort to walk. Especially to make sure that even if I couldn’t get to the gym or was too exhausted from an all-nighter to run, I could get SOME exercise.

Recently in my neighborhood I’ve seen a few women all of whom fit a similar description: they are overweight, some about as heavy as I was, some a little heavier, some a little lighter, wearing exercise clothes and they are walking on the same path that I walk everyday. As I walk by in my tank top and my giant 1940s-style sunhat, they usually avoid my eyes and my friendly smile. One woman in particular I’ve seen on a number of different occasions. Every time I see her, I feel so wonderful. I want to say to her “I was once like you. I walked this path and used SparkPeople and I lost all this weight. And in a year or two years if you keep it up, you will get to a healthy, trim weight like me. In a year or two, you’re going to be the one smiling at another woman walking.”

Although I want to shout encouraging words to the woman walking, I know I shouldn’t. I would have been mortified if someone had noticed I was overweight enough to bother to talk to me. However, I just wanted to say that if, in any city or wherever you are and you are that woman walking, there is someone rooting for you! I remember that woman walking once used to be me.

By Darbouski on SparkPeople.com




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Choose Your Reaction

Filed Under (Inspiration) by cussy on 15-04-2010

“Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.” – Charles R. Swindoll

Do you sometimes wonder why life has dealt you such a bad hand? You see other people around you with better jobs, bigger homes, faster cars and happier relationships. Why do they get all the luck? What about me?

On the other hand, have you ever noticed that a very large proportion of the most successful people out there have had a tough start to life. They have often been very poor or from broken homes or with some other difficulties which have made life very hard for them.

How come they have become such a success then? Usually it is because they have had some dream and decided to pursue it no matter what. They have not always made a go of it from the start. They have often failed in whatever they were doing. But what have they had in common? They didn’t give up. They tried again . . . and again . . . and again . . . until something worked out.

If something happened to thwart their plans they adapted and modified what they were doing to achieve their goal slightly. Then they tried again . . . and . . .

Life will always confront you with a curved ball – or brick wall – but if you take it in your stride and react positively by modifying your behaviour to get around the obstacle – and still aim for your goal – you will eventually get there. All the stronger for the experience.

So don’t worry about what happens to you, concern yourself with how you can best react to it, and press on towards your goal.

“Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.” – Charles R. Swindoll

John Cusworth

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Overcoming Cancer

Filed Under (Disease, health, Nutrition) by cussy on 06-04-2010

Cancer has become the scourge of western civilization over the last few decades as other previously common, serious diseases have been brought under control.

Despite huge amounts of money being spent on cancer research, rates of almost all of the different types of cancer have been increasing at a rapid rate.

Although there has been some success with traditional cancer treatments such as radical surgery, chemotherapy and radiology, in most cases these have led to a lengthening of the survival time for cancer sufferers – rather than a cure for the cancer. Unfortunately they also come with a wide range of incapacitating side effects – which often make the patient feel worse rather than better.

It would be great if, rather than having to treat existing cancers, they could be prevented in the first place. Eating natural, whole foods, keeping fit and avoiding contact with toxic chemicals and harmful pollutants would take us a long way towards achieving a reduction in the incidence of cancer.

If you are interested in finding out more, check out the following websites:

Healthy Wealth For Life
My Health Nutrition
Don Tolman’s Academy Of Whole Food Nutrition
Bone Cancer Symptoms
Brain Cancer Symptoms
Breast Cancer Symptoms
Cervical Cancer Symptoms
Colon Cancer Symptoms
Liver Cancer Symptoms
Multiple Myeloma Symptoms
Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms
Prostate Cancer Symptoms
Stomach Cancer Symptoms

Wishing you Healthy Wealth for Life,

John Cusworth




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Celiac Disease – Gluten Free Diets

Filed Under (Disease, health, Nutrition) by cussy on 06-03-2010

Celiac Disease is real!

It affects many people and is the result of a severe and permanent allergy to gluten – a protein found in wheat, rye, barley and oats.

The lining of the intestine actually breaks down when in contact with gluten – even in small amounts.

Some people with Celiac Disease do not show as severe symptoms as others – and may even think that they just have a mild gluten intolerance. However since actual physical damage can be done to the villi in the intestinal lining, it is best to be tested by your doctor. There are two forms of test – a blood test and a physical examination via a gastroscopy/ colonoscopy to examine the intestinal wall.

The Celiac Gluten Free Diet site provides heaps of information about Celiac Disease, its causes and treatments. Many varied recipes are provided to enable the compilation of extremely tasty & healthy gluten free diets – without breaking the bank.

Become educated about Celiac Disease and you will be able to live a “normal” life – without the need to feel different from your friends.

Wishing you Healthy Wealth For Life,

John Cusworth




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Tolman Academy Launched

Filed Under (health, Nutrition) by cussy on 03-03-2010

Sorry its been a long time since the last post. We’ve been involved in moving house after 35 years in the one place!

The Don Tolman Academy of Whole Food Nutrition has now been launched.Don Tolman

Are interested in the wisdom that ancient civilizations had and passed down through word of mouth from generation to generation?

Do you want to know what Whole Food Nutrition is all about and how it can make you and your family supremely fit and healthy?

Do you want to learn the intricate details of what foods can be used to treat and prevent common 21st Century ailments?

Do you want to be able to help others become healthy?

Do you want to make some money in the process?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then I would strongly recommend that you visit My Health Nutrition to find some more general information or visit The Tolman Academy to get the inside running.

Wishing you Healthy Wealth For Life,

John Cusworth




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Don Tolman Discovers Ancient Wisdom

Filed Under (Disease, Fitness, health, Nutrition) by cussy on 26-11-2009

Further to the Post about Don Tolman and the course I am embarking on, check out this brief video Don has made.

Exciting Stuff!

Keep tuned for more updates to find out what Don Tolman is up to.

Wishing you Healthy Wealth For Life,

John Cusworth




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Natural Health Secrets of the Ancients

Filed Under (health, Nutrition) by cussy on 25-11-2009

I am really excited to be taking a course in Natural Health from Don Tolman’s Tolman Academy.

Don Tolman is a marvel, with an astonishing knowledge and understanding of the Natural Health Secrets of the Ancients.

With the way that modern medicine is under the control of the multi-billion dollar Pharmaceutical Industry it is little wonder that the health of people in Western Society is actually deteriorating over time.  With all the medical research and scientific breakthroughs one would expect our overall health to be improving. However it is actually doing the opposite. We are experiencing record numbers of new diabetics, increased rates of cancer and heart disease along with the obesity epidemic. The Pharmaceutical Industry produces drugs to treat symptoms – that way noone gets cured of the cause of the symptoms, creating customers for life.

Don Tolman has studied the medicines and procedures of the Ancient civilizations and found that they are not only effective in treating symptoms but also the cause of the original problem. The natural remedies, based mainly on eating whole, natural foods and drinking pure water – are still as effective today.

By studying Don’s course I hope to gain a greater insight into these ancient practices so that I can apply them and pass on the education to others.

Keep your eyes and ears out for future releases of information about what I have found.

Wishing you healthy wealth for life,

John Cusworth




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Golf For Exercise

Filed Under (Fitness) by cussy on 22-11-2009

Are you having trouble getting motivated to put in a few sessions of exercise each week to enable you either to obtain or maintain fitness?

Can’t summon the enthusiasm to go for a brisk 30 – 40 minute walk 3 times a week, or to head to the gym for regular exercise sessions?

Then why not try a regular round of golf? Ditch the golf cart and walk – pulling your golf clubs around behind you!

18 holes of golf involves walking a minimum of 5 – 6 km (3 – 4 miles) (if you always hit straight down the middle of the fairway). Swinging the golf club aids flexibility as well.

Anything that will get you off your butt and moving around is a good thing. The more regular the games of golf and the brisker you walk, the better.

Check out some golfing ideas at The Golf Bunker

Happy exercising,

John Cusworth




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