Learning Strategies Blog

Category: Health & Wellness

Four New Paraliminals For You

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013 by Pete Bissonette
Glinda the good witch told Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, “You’ve always had the power.” We’ve been saying that for years, creating Paraliminal after Paraliminal to help you access your power. “You have an extraordinary life to live.” Recently, thousands of our clients participated in our “product concept” survey, which led to the introduction […]

Freaky Eaters

Saturday, September 4th, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
Set your TiVo or DVR to record Freaky Eaters on the TLC network Sunday evening at 9:00 pm Central. It airs immediately after Hoarders and features my friend and nutritionist JJ Virgin. Freaky Eaters  a fascinating and eye-opening TV series that documents the struggles of an unusual, and often overlooked, segment of the population—those with […]

“Healthy” foods can cause you to suffer

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 by Pete Bissonette
The foods you eat—even healthy foods—can cause a lot of suffering. I would like to share with you my story. I think it is absolutely amazing, and I hope you will read today’s article from beginning to end. Joint pain, headaches, anxiety, insomnia, digestive issues, lazy bones, sluggish thinking, nausea, reflux, mood changes, hypertension, liver […]

How “Bursting” works

Sunday, July 11th, 2010 by JJ Virgin, Health & Wellness Expert
[I have been “bursting” for years before I heard the word. I asked nutrition and wellness expert JJ Virgin to write this article for you. After all it is BODY, Mind, and Spirit, not just Mind and Spirit.  Pete] This may shock you but all of that agonizing time on the treadmill may actually be […]

Eating your way to a better memory

Saturday, February 6th, 2010 by JJ Virgin, Health & Wellness Expert
[I began working with nutritionist JJ Virgin back in the fall of 2008. The results that I personally experienced were so powerful that I continue consulting with her today. I asked JJ to write a post for us on how foods can support (or weaken) your memory and general brain function. Pete] Check for food […]