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10 Ways to Enhance Immunity

In Education, Health, Research by Trent RhodesLeave a Comment

In a recent Instagram post as a prelude to this article, I mentioned the importance of ensuring our immunity is strong regardless of the situation we’re in. Today’s increasing panic about the spreading coronavirus seems to be creating a knee-jerk, reflexive approach to health that won’t solve the underlying issue. …

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A Dose of Heart-Intelligence

In Learning & Mindset, Research, The Divine Masculine by Trent RhodesLeave a Comment

Our current society’s view will provide a picture of how successful we’ve become intellectually. Our diverse cultures developed awesome philosophy, science and technology libraries. Over short time periods we attain some new height in digital manifestation. There is no questioning the human’s capacity for intellect. But intellect alone only manifests …

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Book Recommendation on Individualized Health Enhancement

In Books, Research by Trent Rhodes1 Comment

We have a few health evaluation layers to look at when considering how well we are: physical, mental/spiritual, emotional, material, nutrition, social. We also need to include genetic. Collectively, these factors lead us to acknowledge the principle, “Know Thy Self.” Example of Individualized Health If I go to a doctor …

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Observation: A Social Media Trend

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Instagram’s algorithms are not working in users’ favor. They’ve reduced the % of followers who see our content, which means less engagement, less traffic, less opportunities for connection. For evidence, check out your ratios of followers to Likes or Views. This filtering may prompt some users to seek promotional methods …

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Trend: The DNA Test Exchange

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Trend: It’s important to recognize the popularity pattern for products and services are liable to be hijacked. If you’ve been seeing more of these DNA test/ancestry commercials lately, think back to the original site, ancestry.com. That platform was one of the first to help people investigate lineages, but no need …