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Get Inspiration Daily from Dr. Christiane Northrup

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“Look in the mirror once or twice a day, full on, eyes into eyes and say, ‘I accept myself unconditionally right now.’ After 30 days, you’ll find that your life and health will improve.”

Get more sensible advice and whole health tidbits here from physician, former surgeon, mother, writer, and speaker, Dr. Christiane Northrup whose latest is a reprint of her classic text, “Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom.”



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daria

posted November 3, 2006 at 1:56 am


Her free monthly eNewsletter is also worth the read. She usually focuses on a single issue, providing practical, take-action advice, as with this month’s topic, weight loss and metabolism. Go to http://www.drnorthrup.com/free_eletter.php



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Myrna

posted November 3, 2006 at 5:37 am


Just read Dr Northrup’s article on weight loss. She has a 6 week program which seems to hover around reminding yourself daily that you love yourself, pamper yourself and encourage yourself to take small steps in this direction. On the other hand, Dr Mehmet Oz and Dr Michael Roizen seem to have another focus on weight loss. In fact, its not weight loss that is as important as visceral fat loss(tummy fat) and say that a woman should not have a waist circumference over 31.5″ and a man should be 35″ or under. Anything beyond these numbers is a health threat and likened it to cancer or heart attack risk. Dr Northrup’s parameters are much less stringent than those of Dr Oz, Dr Roizen or mine.



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brian

posted November 6, 2006 at 9:51 pm


i looked in the mirror twice a day, for a month. each time, always while taking out or putting in contact lens. I would look at my reflection and say “you got a pair of eyes on you, man” after a month, my eyes were very vain!



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Sierra

posted November 7, 2006 at 1:02 pm


I went to Dr. Northrup’s website and discovered (by comparing some of the photos there) that she has had a facelift! So much for her own self-acceptance. I was disappointed in her. Sierra



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Stop the BS

posted November 9, 2006 at 10:22 am


So claiming that looking into the mirror while mouthing Stuart Smalley-level bullplop will fix all your problems counts as “sensible advice”?



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