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Editors: Jay Chatterjee & Roshmi Raychaudhuri


ISSUE # 21

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=> From The Heart: A note from Jay & Roshmi
=> Feature Article : by Roshmi Raychaudhuri Tooth Soap - What on Earth is That?
=> Stark Facts: Contagious Media
=> Little Actions That Produce Big Results: Facial Moisturizer
=> Review of Products: Jevene Anti-Wrinkle cream
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FROM THE HEART: A note from Jay & Roshmi

Hello ,

Well, this has been a challenging time! We had a major problem with our computer, which we finally got rectified. But we lost a lot of mail from our subscribers, so if you wrote and did not get an answer, we do apologize and ask that you please write again.

Another challenge was the recent introduction of a raw meat and vegetables diet to Eddie & Fipsi. They are a pair of almost human Jack Russell terriers that belong to my son and his girlfriend. They turned up their aristocratic noses at the primitive fare in the beginning, and ate almost nothing for about three days!

Finally, in desperation, we suggested that they be gently weaned into the new diet by slightly cooking the meat at first. It work- ed like a charm! They are now happily eating their raw food. And they seem to thrive on it, with streamlined bodies and even more energy than before.

We are adding information on new natural health products that we believe will benefit you. The tooth soap is excellent,and highly effective, as Roshmi will attest! Read her article, in this issue, relating her experience. Visit our site map and check out the products that interest you. http://www.youngagainforever.com/Sitemap.html

Speaking of the importance of maintaining healthy teeth and gums, here is an interesting paraphrase of an article I recently read:
"It has been reported that there is evidence that suggests that tooth decay and serious heart disease are linked because gum infection can affect the main arteries in the neck - the carotid arteries."

Well, we hope you enjoy this issue of your newsletter!

To your health,

Roshmi & Jay

***** ***** 26th MAY IS SENIORS' DAY ***** *****

May 26th is Senior's Day here in Canada. We approve heartily
of the recognition awarded to all those who have given their prime
years to moulding the world we live in today.

For some of these seniors, a visit, a call, a word or gesture that
says, " we remember you, and what you've done for us " would
give immeasurable joy. It'll cost you nothing other than a
generous moment. Gifts are never mandatory, but should you want
to give a tangible something, you'll find some suggestions at:

Note: There are all kinds of 'comforters'; gourmet foods,
fruits & flower baskets, high-tech underwear, audio books
(bundled with special incentives), low-priced digital prints,
mental games to challenge the brain, and more.




by : Roshmi Raychaudhuri

Yes, that's exactly how I reacted, when Jay suggested that I switch to tooth soap.

I have always had straight, even teeth, although less white than the set I would have ordered had the decision been left to me. But, on the whole, I felt rather good about the fact that I had no cavities and had never had to face the Waterloo of the brave- the dentist's drill. In fact, till quite recently, I'd thought the root canal was a procedure used in gardening!

Then came my tryst with destiny, and time! They caught up with my gums! One morning, as I brushed and rinsed out my mouth, the discarded water ran blood red. On inspection, I found that my gums, which looked red, sore and puffy, had started to recede, baring the roots of my incisors and exposing the enamel to bacterial ravage. My mouth felt stale, no matter how often I brushed using extra-strength fluoride tooth paste. So sensitive had my teeth become, that ice cream for desert became a form of refined torture, instead of the treat it had always been. The last factor, (if not the others) became a call to immediate action that could not be ignored.

Hunting for material in order to 'bone' up on teeth facts, we uncovered information that was horrifying!

Did you know that glycerin, which is a prime ingredient in tooth paste, and other oral care products, coats the teeth and prevents them from drawing nutrients from your diet, needed for re-enamelization? Guess what happens to teeth which can't re-enamelize ....they get cavities! Glycerin, which is sticky and difficult to wash off, is excellent as a protective balm on your skin. But it should have no place in oral care. You may as well coat your teeth with gum!

Did you also know that fluoride, another popular ingredient found in tooth paste, is a biological poison? Being intensely negative, it unlatches positive hydrogen bonds in enzymes and proteins. 1 PPM Fluoride in water has been known to result in as many as 114 medical side effects, ranging from cancer to headaches! As far as oral care goes, fluoride treatments sever gums from the teeth, forming pockets in the gums - cozy hideouts for bacteria.

Finally, did you know that tooth pastes contain silica (sand)? That the abrasion caused by this ingredient can scratch both your gums and your tooth enamel?

Imagine my horror at learning that every move I had made for dental hygiene, may have delivered, in actuality, a teeth-shattering blow! I looked back on all those years of over-zealous brushing with tooth paste. Tooth pastes could actually CAUSE tooth decay - no wonder the TLC expended on my mouth had not worked!

Then Jay discovered tooth soap during his research !

The professor of chemistry who developed it, attributes its remarkable cleansing action to the natural saponified coconut, palm, olive, and essential oils contained in the formulation. It contains no ingredient that can cause damage. No glycerin, sweeteners, silicates, fluoride, dyes or stabilizers. It's 100% vegan. It rinses off oils and doesn't block absorption of calcium and phosphate from foods. In addition, it is very economical to use.

However, habitual tooth paste users like me may take a few days to adjust. It took me three days. The texture is different - it comes in strands, two of which you pile onto a moistened tooth brush and work into a lather on your molars. The flavor is different, and initially I missed the 'minty-fresh feeling' that the toothpaste ads had mentally conditioned me to expect. Mastering the lathering was the part that took the longest.

I have been using Tooth Soap now for some years. Within months my gums lost their red, puffy look, and steadily crept back over the exposed incisor roots. My teeth feel squeaky clean; with no traces of a coating over them, even after a meal. My breath feels as fresh when I awake as it does immediately after brushing. And, best of all, I feel not even a twinge of sensitivity when my teeth come into contact with cold, cold, ice cream! Not only have I been totally converted to Tooth Soap, I've become a zealot.

copyright Roshmi Raychaudhuri


About the Author:
Roshmi Raychaudhuri is co-editor of this newsletter. Natural health therapies are an area of interest, as are writing, reading and traveling. Her website on anti-aging
(co-owned with Jay Chatterjee) may interest you. You will find more information on Tooth Soap at: http://www.youngagainforever.com/tooth-soap.htm



The 1st Pillar: Nutrition
Here's a recipe for a vegetarian dish loaded with anti-oxidants:

Sweet Potato & Carrot Medley
12 carrots, scraped / 3 sweet potatoes, (medium), peeled /
10 prunes, pitted / 6 oz orange juice/ nutmeg, pinch /
3 tbsp butter / 2 oz. honey
Slice carrots and sweet potatoes into inch slices.
Arrange slices evenly in a casserole. Insert prunes
around the dish. Add nutmeg, butter and honey.
Pour orange juice over the vegetables. Cover
with foil and bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees.
Uncover and bake another 10 minutes.
If you can't get around to cooking antioxidant-packed
meals for yourself, the least you can do is to make sure
that you get the same anti-oxidants from supplements:


STARK FACTS : Contagious Media


Media exerts an insidious control over all aspects of our lives. However, with the Internet, the newest media channel, we the public also have some say.

The viral effect of any powerful message, and the speed with which it can rebound around the world has evidenced itself time and again. Known as 'Contagious edia', this phenomenon is likely to become the most powerful means of future communication.

Any ideas on how you would like to use it to better your life? And those of others?

We ourselves find it invaluable to spread information... such as news of this amazing means of removing arterial plaque. Heart attacks occur when arteries bringing blood (and oxygen) to the heart get blocked with plaque. But you can prevent arterial plaque buildup using a proven natural remedy, without drugs to effectively prevent plaque build-up and fight heart attack.

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Looking for beauty at a bargain price? You can try making your own facial moisturizer.

The tenets of Aromatherapy advise that pure essential oils must always be mixed with base (or carrier oils), and never used in undiluted form. For use on the face the recommended proportion is: 5 drops essential oil to 30ml carrier oil.

Facial Moisturizer Recipe
Base Oil - 30 ml (choose from the list below)
Essential Oil - 5 drops (choose from the list below)
Wheatgerm Oil - 1 tsp
Vitamin E capsule - contents of 1 cap

Best Essential Oils for the face:
Geranium, Jasmine, Lavender, Neroli, Rose, Violet and Ylang Ylang

Best Base/Carrier Oils for the face:
Normal/Combination Skin - Sweet Almond
Mature Skin - Wheatgerm, Olive
Sensitive Skin - Peach Kernel
Dry Skin - Apricot Kernel


*******4 PILLARS OF AGE REVERSAL********

The 2nd Pillar: Cognitive Stimulation
'Interval Training' (defined explicitly elsewhere in this newsletter)
is a necessary process for the brain as well as the body.
Rest is an essential adjunct of activity. So, make sure that
you catch a 10/20 minute power nap in the afternoon, in
addition to your regular 7/8 hours of sleep every night


PRODUCT REVIEW: New Generation Anti-Wrinkle Creams


The new generation creams are created to penetrate and nourish the deepest skin layers with hydration factors that are assimilated and retained within cellular membranes and tissues.

These super-hydrating effects are said to come from easily absorbed phospholipids, essential fatty acids and antioxidants that help restructure and maintain cells' hydro-lipidic membranes and the skin's natural moisture barrier.

In addition to the herbal antioxidants, the formulation's line-up of pure, organic essential oils offer renewal support to nutrient-deprived skin. Together, these components help to repair damaged cells and restore healthy cell production, provide a firming effect, helping to create a youthful lift to facial tissues, visibly reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Most are proprietary blends -there is more information on the relevant page: http://www.youngagainforever.com/natural_face_lift.htm



The 3rd Pillar: Exercise
INTERVAL TRAINING What exercise do the fittest people in the world
choose? Top athletes and gymnasts (who can reasonably be classified
amongst the fittest people in the world) engage in 'Interval Training'.
And what is 'IT'? 'IT' is defined as "short to moderate periods of exertion
punctuated with periods of rest or reduced effort".

The work:rest options are limitless!

Recent studies conducted at Harvard and Columbia universities
found that 60 second bursts of serious effort followed by rest &
recovery periods, had a significant impact in just 8 weeks!
Cardio-vascular fitness, heart rate variability and mood improved.
The subjects also showed stronger immune systems and lower
diastolic blood pressure. Coincidentally, the set of exercises that
comprise the Tibetan Yoga Rejuvenation Technique follow
the very same principles as 'IT' - short periods of exertion
followed by rest. The 4000 year old ancient way is absolutely
in sync with the newest 21st century fitness principles!




From our Readers:


"We love to receive the ready-to-implement articles by Jay Chatterjee & Roshmi Raychaudhuri. God bless u. Have a blessed day & blessed life too.
Love & regards"

~ Dr.Asha


GUEST COLUMN: by Catherine Franz



Today, is as good as any to give you a real B-I-G challenge. I know you can do it, but you will need to put some energy and your mind into this one. And, of course, your pen.

Let's go ahead and dive in...

This is a journaling exercise to learn to write in an "autobiographic voice." Okay, you want to know what is an autobiographic voice. Fair question. Let's begin by defining voice. Our voice is the way you choose to express yourself either verbal or written. A voice comprises of tone, attitude, choice of words, and the person's point of view.

There are various types of voices. Each voice comprises of numerous elements and each as unique as DNA. You can use an encouraging voice to build your creative self. Or a judgmental voice to assess an issue. Or, use a voice of history, like Alex Haley, to speak to future generations, or Martin Luther King's, "I have a dream" speech. Voices in writing come from your feelings at the time recorded. Voice expresses your message and in turn determines your audience, even if the audience is only you.

Expressing our autobiographic voice in writing is different than other voices because you are writing in the "every- moving present." Autobiographic writing is in retrospect. It is a voice of recollection in which you look back at your memories and use them to tell the story of your life. You are the main character with goals and desires. Your autobiography is the story of those desires, of what you wanted, how you struggled and what you learned in the process.

Let's take this process one step at a time...

Step 1: First you need to access a memory. Just for fun, return to your earliest memory as a child. For me, it was when I was four years old. Place yourself in a particular place and date. Can you remember the date? Was there music playing somewhere? What about smells? Was Mama cooking? Were there any body memories? I remember having a scraped knee, I could see and feel the band-aid, but I don't remember the fall.

During this step, my first preference is to write one or two word details. You could complete this in a list format or continuous with comma separations. As you begin to return to that particular point, and as the smallest, largest details pop up, and the details continue, the list will grow and the memory will grow stronger.

Memories aren't hard to remember, they just get placed in storage box. It's like going up into grandma's attic, finding the right box, and then opening it. As you pull from the top, the next appear but not until the top one goes. You will want to continue going through the box until its empty. If the childhood memory is too vague, use one that is stronger, or maybe there is a picture somewhere in the scrap album you can revisit. You can use your wedding day, or a birth, graduation, or some other particular period or date.

Step 2: Continue adding more and more items that are uncovered in the box as you begin to pull things out. Even if all you can pull out are fragments. Even if need to add blanks for missing names or other gaps. Use all your senses to make the memory come alive, both in your mind, and on paper. You can even interview a parent about your memory and include their feedback in a small dialogue illustration.

Keep the writing in the present tense. Nevertheless, don't panic if you accidentally write in the past tense. Sometimes that is the only way I can get the thought on paper. If that occurs, don't stop after writing in the past tense. Rewrite the sentence or paragraph in the present tense. This is a good way to practice anyway. Remember, present tense means: as if you are actually right there at that time.

As you progress through the memory, you will discover that your early perceptions and your mature perspective will overlap. This occurs because the memory is about the past as seen from the present with all the insight and perspective that time inflicts.

You can also choose to address a conflict memory for this exercise. Conflict memories many times form major themes in journals, especially relationships that need tending, issues you need to confront or change in your inner self, for instance spirituality. These are all loose ends that need tidying up. And journaling through it is a great way to heal and forgive.

Step 3: Use real experiences with real people. Don't play make believe with the people or places. If there are blanks at the time you write, leave space. Continue building as the memory expands. Tidbits will appear from the darnedest places and triggers.

Also know, that it is easy to take a particular memory and transfer it into a structured framework, like an article. Keep expanding the memory in additional journal entries. Add dialogue or humor. As children, we see things as mysteries. Was there missing information that looked like a mystery before? Can you ask someone what their memory is? Ask after you finished flushing your memory so it doesn't influence yours.

At some point, usually when you are tired of deepening, or the memory feels closed, you will want to stop and reflect how this changed your life or other people's lives involved. Are there any special connections between then and now?

Okay, I did give you a warning; this isn't an objective for the weak. Autobiographic voice writing is an exercise that can bring exceptional value to your current life. It isn't a dump and go journaling exercise. Over the years, the results of this exercise have oozed into speeches and presentations, shared stories to my children and siblings, and found their way into many conversations, books, and articles. You, too, will find yourself having the same experience.

(c) Copyright, Catherine Franz. All rights reserved.

About the Author:
Catherine Franz, life and business coach, lives in Virginia. She has presented journaling workshops for 20 years. She's authored two great books on journaling.
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The 4th Pillar: Less Stress

As many as 42% of North Americans live with a ticking bomb inside
them, without being aware of it. And, most of them are under the
age of 65! Stress is a major contributor to Hypertension
(or, high blood pressure), the "Silent Killer" which can
strike any time without warning. All the more reason for each
of us to work actively on lowering the stress factor in our lives.
BP is determined by two numbers.
The first one is the systolic pressure; the second & lower number
measures diastolic pressure. Systolic pressure measures the
force that blood exerts on artery walls when the heart contracts
in the process of pumping out blood, while the diastolic is the
pressure exerted on the arterial walls when the heart is at rest to
allow the blood to flow back into the heart. Normal BP is 120 over 80;
anything higher than 140 over 90 is considered high


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