6/18/2015- Melville, NY. 25 Healthcare and Wellness leaders met for the first time in person as a breakout kickoff from their 2-year old Linkedin platform. Over 200 members in the Modern Pain Relief group and over 800 prospective members combined have generated this first wave of members to collaborate, connect and explore the direction of this one-of-a-kind alliance. "We are here for each other as we have always been for our patients", started Dr. Lori Trentacoste.
A remarkable resound of applause and captivated inquiries came at Phountain president Glenn Taylor when the topic arose about "how to market your practice". Taylor's experience in promoting his products and his educational program was founded on a proven marketing approach with a careful blend of face-time, web and social media. His alkaline lifestyle "gets thousands of reviews and hits per week from a $300 a month marketing investment"- speaking about his text-marketing method. He continued to wow the group as they took dedicated notes as he outlined the 'right way to' use digital media, social media, webmarketing and video educational projects to increase one's online reputation as a true recruiter for patients and clients.
"I love these members," started Taylor. "They work so hard at focusing on their patients needs - and no one deserves more recognition than them. I just shared what I do because the results helped to build my franchise today. Harnessing the web took a lot of trial and error and I'm still poking at it, but every one of these docs should be blogging, tweeting and putting themselves out there via web... Just call me and I'll teach them how it all works!"
It was this generosity of information and care that won him a place at the board of electives as a chairperson for the Care Givers Group.
As the alliance is about relationship building, the Care Givers are a unique group of professionals who spend their lives committed to the betterment of others. "Someone's gotta take care of the care givers- I guess that's going to have to be US... or EACH OTHER", states Joseph Soulier- Island Better Hearing and events coordinator.
Friday, June 19, 2015
Sunday, June 14, 2015
How SuperPhactor Kickstarted CHANGE in My Life
by: Lennard M. Gettz
About two years ago, a good friend and nutrition advisor raved about SUPER PHACTOR™ by PhountainHealth®. She mentioned it would be a life-changer and it was the smartest and most delicious combination of the “best ingredients assembled under one smoothie”. I’ve always thought smoothies were for kids or tree huggers- but I’ve always trusted her to steer me to the right road to better health since my battles with weight gain, digestive issues, circulation problems and allergies.
So one day, I paid a visit to a nearby Phountain® store and grabbed me a bag of SuperPhactor™. Just reading the ingredients boldly printed on the back of the bag, I can already tell this company was serious about promoting wellness with a complete menu of RAW, Non-GMO and Certified ORGANIC ingredients. Stuff I’ve never seen combined under one label are in there, making this drink truly a COMPLETE health solution.
The list of ingredients was astonishing to say the least! Truly smart stuff from all over the globe like ORGANIC TUMERIC (India) for anti-inflammation & cholesterol, YERBA MATE LEAF (South America’s Rain Forest) for weight loss and energy, CAMBOGIA FRUIT (Myanmar/Indonesia) for appetite suppression and immunity, CHANCA PIEDRA (Amazon, Bahamas, China) for the kidneys and de-calcifier… and an entire host of other super-star elements that I read about all the time! I actually have some of these in pill form that I used to take daily- and now, it’s all part of one meal!
Oddly enough, all ingredients of Super Phactor individually would cost 3-5 times if you tried to make this in your own kitchen yourself! I heard a news interview from the owner once who said “the mission of Phountain is to bring true wellness accessible and affordable to the everyday person- not just the select few!”
Whoever architected this concoction truly thought of everything. Each ingredient is well-recognized worldwide for their medicinal properties and are combined to cover ALL our essential needs. Combine this with a scoop of GreenPhactor (greens) and PH Water and you’re on the road to the right change!
This is more than a food replacement: this is a LIFESTYLE MAKER.
I haven’t touched coffee since…
These ingredients combined have kept their promises; I don’t crave unhealthy junk anymore and I’m actually driven to work out harder and perform better. I pretty much replaced my coffee maker with a blender and SUPER PHACTOR covers my morning and evening meals.
Next up: WHAT’S SO BAD ABOUT COFFEE?
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
All things in the universe rely on geometry. As far as 6000 years, this theory of shapes, symmetry and measurement occurs as the very definition of all creation. The pattern of creation rooted by many ancient civilizations come together in what is otherwise known as The Flower of Life- a multi-dimensional symbol found in so many religions and cultures throughout history. This design represents both existence and essence- where the design that starts from overlapping two circles, then three would soon create a flower pattern as the next layer of circles interconnects outward and away from “the great void”. This design found on talismans and pendants have been known to carry healing powers and bring spiritual empowerment and self-awareness within the balance of the universe.
Many angles have been formed throughout history. One approach is taken by Judaism pursuing the “Genesis Pattern” starting with the holy trinity with 3 circles. Another is evolution where six circles manifests a seventh circle inside, creating the miracle of the seventh day. Yet another message of this universal symbol is that within the vertices of the cross-over circles show “the tree of life”- an icon regarded by many ancient civilizations as one that connects us all with patterns from nature. Continuing to look closer in cluster of spheres is the “egg of life”, where 7 circles makes up the very genetic structure that our very physical existence is founded on.
My food motto is: everything in moderation. I am not a fan of diets and intense exercises, neither do I favor killing one’s self just to look like someone who was obviously photoshopped on the cover of a fitness magazine. However, I am also not like those, who do not give credit where it is due.
Ever since we were little, our mothers would tell us to eat all our greens and to stop making faces at the salmon. Although we didn’t think too much about it then, we were being asked to eat superfoods, which were helping us become big and strong.
Now that I’m older, I have begun to understand why these everyday ingredients are called superfoods. There is no official scientific definition of a superfood, but it is generally accepted that a superfood contains high levels of much-needed vitamins and minerals for the body and foods; such as kale, blueberries and salmon etc; are packed with them.
Superfoods give us the vitamins and minerals we truly need and although we might be getting our daily intake of vitamin C from a glass of orange juice, most of us know that our daily diet is far from healthy.
Research shows that superfoods aren’t just a fable and eating superfoods is the best way to stay fit instead of dieting to the limit of starving one’s self. However, eating superfoods also doesn’t mean that you should disregard all the other foods in your basic five food groups and just concentrate on a handful. Like it was said before, everything should be in moderation. (EUFIC, 2012)
Superfoods for rejuvenation
There is no food on this planet which can reverse the aging process, but there are many which can slow it down. As we get older, we feel as if our skin isn’t shining the way it used to, or we don’t feel as fit as we were several years ago, and although it may be because of our fitness regime, a lot of it has to do with our diet.
We live in the age of the microwave, frozen dinners and 8-hours-a-day jobs and a lot of us don’t get the time or the energy to cook a meal which might be healthier for us. But nature is nothing if not accommodating. Below is a list of just a few of the foods which, according to research, are the best for us.
- Whole Grains
- Leafy Greens
- Herbs & Spices
- Stone Fruits
- Dark Chocolate
Superfoods were discovered over time, and for the large part of our existence, we didn’t even know that they made such a huge impact on our diet. As we discover more reasons to incorporate these everyday ingredients within our diet regime, we realize that even eating them in their raw forms can give us more than our daily intake, which helps us become stronger and healthier than ever.
EUFIC. (2012, 11). Retrieved May 4, 2015, from European Food Information Council: http://www.eufic.org/article/en/artid/The-science-behind-superfoods/