Dr. Tel-Oren to Give Talk Addressing Healthy Lifestyle Challenges
March 2016

On April 1, Dr. Tel-Oren will give a talk entitled “Healthy Eaters - With Cancer?” in Bellevue at 6:30 p.m. “What is it about our lifestyle that promotes cancer, even when we think we do everything right?” Dr. Tel-Oren asks. “What must we avoid and what must we proactively do?” Dr. Tel-Oren will answer these questions, and touch on other issues, such as whether negative tests can provide a false sense of security and whether positive findings should always be viewed as trustworthy. 

A chiropractic physician and medical doctor, Dr. Tel-Oren holds several degrees, and received his medical degree in Europe. He is certified by the American Boards of Functional Medicine and Clinical Nutrition, and is also a nutritionist licensed in Minnesota. 

On April 2, Dr. Tel-Oren will see patients for skin blemish removal in Bellevue. He offers safe, painless, non-surgical methods, yielding aesthetically pleasing results. There is no cutting, stitching, burning or freezing involved, and there is no risk of infections and ugly scars, according to Dr. Tel-Oren.There is also no charge for evaluation and re-treatment if necessary.


Dr. Tel-Oren’s lecture takes place April 1 at 6:30 p.m., Bellevue Crossroads Mall in the Community Room (next to Old Navy) at 15600 NE 8th St, Bellevue. $12/advance, $15/at the door. For more information: DoctorTEvents.com. To schedule a skin appointment: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 425-753-0634.

Approaching A Defining Moment
January 2016

Our authentic self is constantly trying to get our attention so it may be more fully expressed. When we set our intention to genuinely evolve, we naturally begin to pay attention and see how redefining moments appear as needed. They are drawn to us sequentially to support us in the process of staying the course on our pilgrimage, each one a perfectly aligned portal in space and time, opening and closing, creating whatever experience is required to guide us to heightened awareness of our authentic self.

While the possible circumstances that preclude such a moment are limitless, there are key signals to watch for. When they pop up, it helps immensely to stay engaged in the moment, rather than zipping past them on to another distraction. Rather, consider ways in which this might prove to be a pivotal point forward in our life journey.defining-moment-31e33b15

• Moments that challenge our ego and moments that our ego challenges us
• Unexpected events
• Times of significant loss n First-time experiences n Discontentment
• Disappointment
• Experiencing someone or something that instantly inspires us to grow
• Birth of a loved one
• Death of a loved one

Personal growth and evolution can be motivated by either inspiration or desperation. Both may prompt us to ask big questions of ourselves and the universe that cause us to dig deep. The deeper we dig, the closer we come to merging with our truest self.

We know the answers to such questions are correct because they will lead to actions that honor life—like harming no one, including ourself—and affirm the presence of a prevailing power for good that lies within; a power that guides, protects and sustains us. Satisfying answers seek only the highest and best of us and bless all. They connect our mind, heart and soul, moving us forward on the path of wholeness as a fulfilled and joyfully self-expressed person.

When we are impelled to ask an important question of our self and the universe, don’t rush the process and are willing to embrace the answer we receive, it pushes a reset button as to what defines us. It brings us an enhanced sense of authentic wholeness.

The lesson is that when redefining moments appear, we must be open and prepared to go where we had no plans of going—because that’s where our bliss awaits us.

Dennis Merritt Jones, D.D., is the author of Your (Re)Defining Moments, the source of this essay. He has contributed to the human potential movement and field of spirituality as a minister, teacher, coach and lecturer for 30 years. Learn more at DennisMerrittJones.com.

Greener Globe
December 2015

World Powers Vow Cuts in Emissions

green-globeThis year’s G7 Summit of the U.S., UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan, plus the European Union, has agreed in principle that the global economy must be completely fossil fuel-free by the end of this century to curb destructive climate change. To that end, the nations agreed to work toward cutting emissions between 40 and 70 percent by 2050.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel also announced that the G7 countries would raise $100 billion from public  and private sources by 2020 to help poorer nations adapt. Environmental groups such as Greenpeace praised the action. In a statement, the Sierra Club called it “the first time that the leaders of the world have made clear with one voice that we must get off fossil fuels completely.”

Two hundred countries are expected to commit in writing to specific plans for greening their economies at the United Nations Climate Change Conference this month in Paris.

Source: TheHill.com

Potatoes Don’t Pack on Pounds
December 2015

Popular Misconception Mashed

potatoResearch from scientists at the University of California, Davis has mashed the notion that potatoes cause weight gain. The researchers tested 90 overweight people divided into three groups, with all of them eating five to seven servings of potatoes each week over a three-month period.

Two groups reduced their calorie intake by 500 calories per day, with one group eating low-glycemic index (GI) foods and the other group eating high-GI foods. The third group had no calorie restrictions. Despite the increased potato consumption during the study period, all three groups showed slight weight loss and reduced body mass index.

The researchers concluded, “Potato intake did not cause weight gain.”

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