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Dear Friends,


I think it’s fair to say that none of us are the same people we were before the Covid shut down. It does not matter what you’re feeling, remind yourself within yourself, you are in control of your future. Ask yourself. What do you see today when you look out? What do you feel about your life and your future? You have the power to create the future.

Instead of looking for what you don’t have. Acknowledge the power of gratitude. Gratitude is love in action; it paves the path to inner peace. Wishing you a happy and healthy month! 

 

Love and appreciation,
Gary

When we each stand in our choice without judging the choices of others, it is then that we are empowered creators and inspire others to trust their own choices. Life is a work-in-progress, and in each moment we have the choice to be renewed, refreshed, and ready to move forward in the presence of each other.


THE SPIRIT OF THE SOUL


The journey toward true soulful enlightenment, freedom, and success begins with looking at the self. Realizing who we are deep in ourselves helps us move to the bigger-picture view of life, seeing ourselves and recognizing our oneness with the universe. When we are in a feeling of gratitude the universe is open to sanctioning your frequency to gain momentum.

You must stand firm in gratitude and refuse to surrender to doubt or fear. This simple act opens your conscious connection to your soul’s love and reassurance and allows you to let new things and conditions come into your life.

Take this feeling of gratitude with you as you journey through life and you will feel like you are traveling in first class. You will feel blessed just to be present at this moment as you view all that surrounds you. People will note the tone of your words and sense the calm and centered being behind them. The gratitude that you have encountered in your life comes through you now and opens new doors. Calm acceptance and a feeling of love are contagious.

DON'T MISS MY NEW PODCASTS


READY SET LIVE

Ready Set Live is a personal development and lifestyle, health, and wellness podcast to making your life work. This show will inspire you on a journey of discovery about yourself. Gary Quinn focuses directly on recurring problems and issues that confront us all in today’s hectic and toxic world. He responds with simple, practical, yet deeply insightful, strategies that those seeking to improve their lives and relationships can use to empower themselves. He will be interviewing celebrities, expert guests in personal development, health, fitness, and lifestyle. An entertaining, inspirational, informative show that gives you tools to find health and happiness in all areas of your life.
 

UPCOMING PODCAST GUESTS
in JULY & AUGUST:

 

Sherrod Taylor
Actor, Writer, Producer

Maggie Lind
Chef & Healthy Food Advocate

Rochelle Calvert, PhD
Author, Psychologist  & Somatic Practitioner


Don’t miss these interview air dates:
July 02, July 16, & Aug. 06, 2021 12:00PM PST, on www.GaryQuinn.tv or all podcast outlets.

 

View new & past PODCASTS (click here)


My recent guests:
My last guests have included: Todd English, Sebastian Siegel & Mariel Hemingway, Marco Castelli, Arturo Cisneros, Michael Neill, Greg Louganis, Anita Moorjani, Nicole Bilderback, Dara Torres, Suzanne Somers, Jenny Daly, Melissa Yamaguchi, Pam Grout, Bronwyn Cosgrave, Carmit Bachar, Sebastian Siegel, Mariel Hemingway & Bobby Williams, James F. Twyman, Scott Savlov, Donna De Lory, Gregg Braden, Belinda Carlisle, Fiona Harrold, Mariel Hemingway, Toni Hudson, Louis Gossett Jr., Ilyce Glink, Richard Romagnoli, David Courtney, Charo, Mark Victor Hansen, Robert Vargas, Dr. Jocelyne Eberstein, Donna De Lory, Walter Nudo, Debra Johnston, Gena Lee Nolin, Jonelle Allen, Joe Townley, Logan Allen, Neil Jackson, Group Love - Christian Zucconi & Hannah Hooper, Eric & Eliza Roberts, Esai Morales, Marilu Henner, Linda Gray, John Lloyd Young, Dean Pitchford, Tracey Bregman,  Kevin Spirtas, Tyler Henry, Nick Hounslow, Kia Kiso, Emmanuel Itier, Marilu Henner, Linda Gray.

WATCH THEM ALL HERE

UPCOMING GUESTS:

JUNE 02, 2021
12:00 PM PST


JULY 16, 2021
12:00 PM PST


AUGUST 06, 2021
12:00 PM PST
 


3 Foods that Dermatologists Recommend for Healthier Hair

Dreaming of longer, healthier locks? You’re not alone. For some of us, achieving hair that looks and feels great may seem impossible, especially if we have thinner or more brittle hair. While hair products may be helpful, there are also natural ways to help promote stronger and thicker hair just by making the right food choices. New nutrient research for hair growth shows just that what’s on our plates may matter more than we ever thought in terms of hair health. 


Recommended Foods 

#1 Eggs

Eggs are an excellent source of protein, and without enough protein, we run the risk of having brittle hair with slow growth. Eggs are also rich in vitamins and minerals needed for stronger, smoother, and shinier hair, including biotin, zinc, and selenium. So, go ahead and have those scrambled eggs or veggie omelet for breakfast.
 
#2 Dark Leafy Greens

There’s a reason our parents forced us to eat our veggies as young children. Vegetables are good for us in so many ways. As it turns out, eating our veggies may benefit our hair as much as our bodies… more motivation to add those leafy greens to your plate. Dark leafy greens like spinach and swiss chard are full of vitamin C, which is needed to help support collagen production for hair growth and preventing hair damage. These veggies are also rich in vitamin A, which can help protect our hair follicles.
So add those greens to your diet whenever possible. Try adding a handful to your veggie omelet, mix your romaine lettuce salad with some kale and arugula to make a delicious lunch, or simply toss a handful of leafy greens into your smoothie for an easy way to get an added dose of green veggies each day.

#3 Brazil Nuts

While not as widely talked about as some of the other hair and beauty-boosting foods, Brazil nuts may just have what it takes to support great hair. A scientific menopause study review published on NCBI found that selenium plays a role in growing hair. But, it gets a little tricky here, because too much selenium can cause hair to become brittle, so you need a balance. And, since Brazil nuts are such a selenium powerhouse, you’ll want to keep your intake low, munching on no more than about four Brazil nuts per day.
However, with the right food choices, and a focus on a wholesome diet full of nutrient-rich healthy fats, protein, and clean carbs, and following a smart hair care routine, your hair will start to reflect the healthy choices you make each day.
So, add these foods to your weekly grocery list, enjoy them regularly, and watch your hair and your health grow with each healthy bite.

 


AFFIRMATIONS:
 

Today, I am as successful as I make up my mind to be.


Today, I appreciate and care for my body.


Today, I am divinely guided and inspired.


 
3 SIMPLE EXERCISE TIPS AND WAYS TO STAY HEALTHY AT THE OFFICE

Sitting all day can have detrimental consequences on your health and productivity. These simple desk exercises and tips can help promote your personal health.

Standing Desk Exercises:

These 3 simple exercises to use with your standing desk give you a speedy total body workout for the major muscle groups in the body. Performing regular intervals of moving or standing while working helps to reduce your risk of disease, improve your mood and productivity, and keeps your body functioning well and feeling fantastic without even having to leave your desk.

To amp up your results from these exercises, try a few of these healthy tips... 


1. Extend Yourself: A great way to start your desk exercises is while still seated with some leg extensions.
 
Sitting upright, place your feet on the floor with your knees at a right angle
Extend one leg at a time, until the leg is straight and the quads are contracted.
 
Hold for 3 seconds, and then slowly lower.
 
Repeat on each side 12-15 times, and repeat 3 sets.

2. Core Values: While you’re sitting it’s a good opportunity to work in some abdominal exercises. An office chair with wheels is perfect, as it allows you to target the oblique abs with its swivel action.

Hold lightly onto the edge of the desk with feet off the floor and swivel from side to side, controlling the movement with your abs.

Swivel up to 15 times for a stronger core.

3. Stay On Your Toes: Now it’s time to switch the game up by converting your sit/stand desk from the sitting position to the standing position. Then you can start by encouraging the circulation from the lower extremities with calf raises.

With your feet hip width apart, slowly lift your heels up off the floor. Balance on your toes for 3 seconds while contracting the calf muscle, then slowly lower.

Perform 12-15 reps of this exercise, and up to 3 sets.

Want to take it to the next level? Perform the exercise on only one leg at a time.


 
 
UPCOMING 2021 EVENTS

 

JAPAN TBA


 
ITALY  TBA


 
DUBAI  TBA

 


VEGAN PINEAPPLE SNACK CAKE



Recipe type:
Dessert

Prep time:
10 mins

Cook time:
25 mins

Total time:
35 mins

Serves:
9 cake squares




Ingredients

2 tablespoons flaxseed meal

5 tablespoons water

2¼ cup all-purpose flour

1 tablespoon baking powder

1 teaspoon baking soda

1½ teaspoons powdered cinnamon

½ cup coconut oil, melted

½ cup dark brown sugar

½ agave syrup

1 cup pineapple puree

½ cup applesauce





Instructions

1.  Preheat the oven to 350F and grease a square cake pan with coconut oil. Set aside.
2.  Mix the flaxseed meal with water and let sit for five to ten minutes.
3.  Whisk together the flour, baking soda, and cinnamon.
4.  In a separate bowl, whisk together the melted coconut oil, brown sugar, agave syrup, pineapple puree, and applesauce. Add in the flaxseed meal and water mixture and fold in.
5.  Pour the wet ingredients into the dry and whisk together - do not overmix.
6.  Pour batter into greased pan and bake for 20-25 minutes until cooked.
7.  Serve with a sprinkling of powdered sugar!

 


ONE MINUTE INSPIRATION

A loving relationship with a conscious partner creates a space wherein we can remember our wholeness.


 

Follow through and complete what you start. Everyone has good ideas, but many of those good ideas are never put into practice, and relatively few continue onto completion.

 
Gary Quinn
Gary Quinn
Gary Quinn Channel
GaryQuinn,tv
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