Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Please Donate to Jelani's Neck Surgery Fund

Came across this fundraiser for this little baby called Jelani who needs money for neck surgery, he was born with a large mass on his neck. Thought that I would post it here. Please help if you can.

Monday, 19 May 2014

Antonia's preventing homelessness fundraising



Comment - Monday 18th August 2014

So, I have noticed for quite some time that my Gofundme website has been hacked by criminals....The Gofundme people have not been helpful at all in rectifying the situation when I emailed them.....So, do not donate to this website.



Hello friends, supporters and wellwishers,

I am trying to raise money as my house has been repossessed fraudulently and unfairly by the bank. Some people who have been following this story will know exactly what I am talking about as these people have been hacking my computer, harassing me and monitoring my every move. 

This is not a sob story, but if you can help I will appreciate it very much. I am not a greedy person, therefore any funds that are surplus will be given to various other homeless charities. If you have any comments you can leave them below, or you can call me if you have questions. 

Well, I am not going to sit by idly while they rob me....I have struggled over this property for years to just throw in the towel and let rob me like this.
Thanks for any help you can give.

Antonia.


Make mobile donations to Antonia

You can now make payments to me through your mobile phone. I set up my paym in order to receive money through my mobile.

My number is: 07539063500 (UK)

To read more about it visit: http://www.paym.co.uk/how-does-it-work


New boiler - Cost me £2000 to buy this boiler and have it fitted and gas safety checked



Cowboy job on the flat roof - Cost me £1500 to have the flat roof roof professionally repaired and fitted, a two-day job.

I had lost my job at the University where I used to work as a Learning Resources Assistant, otherwise I would have fixed it if I had the funding to do so.
Now these greedy fools from the bank want to steal my house from me....And that is just typical of these vultures to fleece and rob people all day long.


This is what a proper flat roof job is supposed to look like.



Related External Links

Antonia's homelessness prevention fund

The Facts: Mortgage Fraud inside job at Lloyds Bank and Cheltenham and Gloucester

Friday, 16 May 2014

Steamed snapper fish with vegetables and fried rice


Steamed snapper fish with vegetables and fried rice


Please leave a comment of what you think of my latest meal.

Thank you.

Antonia.

Thursday, 8 May 2014

Antonia's contact page

CONTACT ME!

Email: beautyhealthzone[at]googlemail.com (my original account) or beautyhealthzonetoni[at]yahoo.co.uk (cloned account which I can access)

Phone: 07539-063-500 (EE/T-Mobile) or 07974-789-160 (giff gaff) (UK) - Antonia (Toni)
The second number is now on the giff gaff network - Free calls between giff gaff numbers.

Thank you to all the online angels and good people out there who help to keep track of my blogs.


So, I have had to create this contact page because I am not sure if visitors to my blog are able to see the information posted in the sidebar.

If you are trying to contact me, you can communicate in various ways, send me an email, but you can call me on my mobile phone if it is urgent. If you get my voicemail then try my other phone.

Saturday, 3 May 2014

The Best and Most Effective Natural Pain Relievers

The Best and Most Effective Natural Pain Relievers

Comment

I came across the above website, No hype holistic health solutions while doing a search online for natural pain relief a few days ago. I have no pain relievers here, so I was wondering if any of the natural remedies I have in the house would do the job.

Thursday, 3 April 2014

Home security- Burglary in West Norwood in 1988.

I had posted this comment on a YouTube video, unfortunately when I looked in the comment section I cannot find it there but it is still on Google plus, I'm not sure how Google sort their products.

Anyhow, this is the story which I have now posted on my blog.....



When I was 12 years old in 1988 and living in a part of London called West Norwood, I came back from my secondary school in Balham, La Retraite High school for girls, I also attended Charles Edward Brooke school for girls, just so you know.....Anyway, I arrived at the home to find that our house had been burgled and everything including piggy banks with our savings, bedroom slippers and toilet roll had been stolen.....They had ransacked the place from top to bottom.....We did not have a telephone so I had to run to the library in West Norwood to call the police and afterwards I was standing at the bus stop waiting for my mother to arrive with my other siblings, it was about 4.00 p.m. in the afternoon.......My mother was surprised to see that our passports and birth certificates were left behind, although I guess anyone with influence and access could just copy the passport numbers and birth certificate numbers and go and get copies......According to the information I know now, the person(s) who burgled us were involved in organised crime, prostitution and identity theft.

The police did not turn up for hours, even then they were useless.....If they had attended in time they could have taken fingerprints and found the criminals.


Would actually be good to get the facts instead of trying to piece together strands of information.


And  we had suspected the people living upstairs had some involvement in this crime since they were always at home indoors jobless and claimed that they saw nothing of the burglary which happened in the daytime right under their nose.


Then the sister who lived upstairs tried to fight my older brother and attacked him while she was pregnant (tell me is this a responsible person) and had the gall to claim that he had hit her when she came flying with nails and everything to attack my brother who was a teenager at the time.


It is good to have decent neighbours instead of living near to riff raff, thieves and criminals who want to steal other people's things, that is a matter of fact.


One of many reasons why I also have no sympathy for criminals who trespass into other people's homes when they get what they deserve......In some countries, you trespass where you haven't been specifically invited into people's homes and they are allowed to defend their home, self and property with deadly force.


Some people work hard while other people want to steal what you have struggled for....Why should that be the case?.....A load of rubbish if you ask me, allowing people to commit heinous crimes against innocent people and get away with it over and over again.


And here people want to talk to me about peace.....Well, tell the troublemakers to stand down....It's that simple.


UK with it's riff raff culture, paedophiles, criminals, nutcases, thieves etc in an educated country.

Sunday, 23 March 2014

A message to my blog readers

A message to my blog readers.


Hello,

Beautyhealthzone and Beautyhealthzoneblog are both my domains, which I have had now for a number of years. I am female, a woman, not a man, and I have never been a man for your information. I write this blog alone meaning there is only one person who is supposed to be editing the blog, myself.

I noticed the switchover of my blog/Google channel in November/December 2012....Another problem is the person hacking my computer and blogs fiddling around with my settings and SEO, obviously this is a professional criminal.

Similarly, I have had problems with my Google plus account as well....To cut a long story short, some people came aboard my desktop and claimed that my blog had been hacked, my computer has been hacked by various people over the years, so since I was having this problem anyway I knew that he/she was probably right......The person who was on my desktop indicated that I needed to reset my password which I did, I checked my email there were various messages which I read, next thing I know my blog was switched over to another.....I noticed some changes but I wasn't aware that I had been locked out of my blog and was now apparently sharing my channel with someone else, so it would appear.....I renamed one channel as clone so that I could identify which channel was the copy of my original blog....I appear to have access to both my original and clone channel intermittently, they keep fiddling around and switching my channels......I get so angry and frustrated about it.

As I have stated on previous occasions, I have had my blogs hacked and edited multiple times by a man and woman, who in my view, happen to be thieves, Internet robbers and crack fiends impersonating me on the Internet....I don't want to be nasty, but these people have hatched a number of plans and schemes to rob me in various ways and it is a very long story which I don't really have time to explain at the present time, it even got to the point where I have been stalked offline by these people.

At the same time, I know that some people have tried to help by giving assistance and support, so I do not want to get these people mixed up with the villains.

Please ask questions if you are unsure instead of jumping to conclusions and spreading false information about people.

Thank you for your cooperation, 

Antonia (Singular)

Cardiac Arrest versus Heart Attack Infographic - American Heart Association

Cardiac Arrest versus Heart Attack Infographic - American Heart Association


Comment

I think it is very important to maintain a healthy beating heart, regular activity and exercise helps to keep your heart ticking as it should, your diet also plays a role in keeping your heart working as it should.

For a healthy heart I take the following vitamin supplements:

Garlic
Co-enzyme Q10
Magnesium

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Guest Post: Battle Depression… The Natural Way

This is an article and guest post by Eve Pearce on how to battle depression. From time to time, writers will send me their articles to post on this and various blogs.

Please note: The opinions of guest posters may not necessary align with the opinions and views of this blog editor. Guest posts are provided to give an alternative view and for interaction with others.

Thank you for reading and leave any comments you have below.


Battle Depression… The Natural Way

Depression or anxiety affects nearly one in every five adults in the UK, according to the Office for National Statistics. Those facing a greater risk include women, adults aged 50 to 54, those who are divorced or separated, the unemployed, those without a supportive network of family or friends, and persons who are unhappy with their health. Carers for the ill or disabled and the elderly are also more likely to fall prey to depression and/or anxiety.

Depression, Anxiety and the Youth

Depression and anxiety do not only affect adults; indeed, one in 10 children in the UK aged between five and 16 suffer from mental health disorders; nearly 80,000 children and young persons, meanwhile suffer from severe depression. Over the years, the statistics are growing at an alarming rate; the organisation Young Minds, for instance, reports that the number of depressed youths aged 15 to 16 nearly doubled between the 1980s and the 2000s. Mental illness can have serious consequences, including increased hospitalisation owing to episodes of self-harm. Many depressed persons obtain unnatural highs from new designer drugs like bath salts, which artificially increase levels of dopamine and serotonin in the brain, resulting in cravings which are hard to curb once the ‘high’ is over. Bath salts (mephedrone), made from the psycho-stimulant cathinone (which hails from the Catha edulis plant) damage the brain’s ability to respond to serotonin over time, often resulting in serious mental illnesses like severe depression.

Depression and Anxiety: Best Therapies

Treatment for depression and anxiety is varied, with cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) proving to be a popular choice among therapists. CBT involves encouraging patients to recognise how their thought patterns affect their behaviour and vice-versa. Often, a therapist may encourage a patient to change typical behaviours in order to observe how changed outcomes can affect the patient’s thoughts and feelings regarding a person or situation. Alternative approaches include meditation, yoga and the use of essential oils like lavender, which produce a state of calm when diffused throughout a room, applied topically or even consumed in healthy foods like raw chocolate. The citric oils (mandarin, bergamot, lemon, to name a few) are known to ‘lift’ the mood and to instil a sense of joy.

Remedies from Mother Nature

Nature offers us a host of plants that can help reduce the symptoms of anxiety and depression. These include:
  • California Poppy: Also known as Eschscholzia californica, this plant, native to the state of California in the US, is currently used to promote relaxation, ease the nerves, and curb symptoms of depression and long-term mental and physical exhaustion. It is so safe and gentle that herbalists often prescribe its use for children. Unlike many common sedatives, this plant does not affect the central nervous system. A typical dose is one teaspoon of California Poppy tincture in half a glass of water, taken twice a day. 
  • St John’s Wort: Over the past two decades, dozens of clinical studies have proven that St John’s Wort is at least as effective as standard drugs used to treat depression and anxiety. Known as ‘Nature’s answer to Prozac’, this beautiful plant bears joyful yellow flowers which contain a scarlet hued oil called hypericin, which battles viruses and is thought to lift the mood; studies have indicated that whole plant extracts work best in fighting mild to moderate depression.
  • Rosemary: A recent study indicates that inhaling rosemary oil boosts brain power. Researchers found that the oil increased brain wave activity, improved the mood and positively affected the nervous system. In a similar study carried out at the University of Northumbria, the inhalation of rosemary oil was found to sharpen mental faculties (improving subjects’ speed and accuracy while carrying out mental calculations) and to have a positive effect on mood.
One of the best ways to enjoy the benefits of rosemary oil is to diffuse it (placing around 10 drops of therapeutic grade rosemary oil into a diffuser); you can also enjoy a relaxing cup of tea: just place a tablespoon of fresh rosemary (or 1 teaspoon of the dried herb) in a teapot and add a cup of boiling water. Keep the lid on and leave to brew for a few minutes.

Sam-E: Short for S-adenosyl methionine, SAMe is an amino acid which occurs naturally in our bodies when our health is in an optimal state, but which diminishes considerably when we are suffering from stress, physical or mental illness and nutritional deficiencies. Although trials indicate its efficiency in treating depression, the exact cause for its success is as yet unknown; it is thought that SAMe increases serotonin and dopamine levels in our brain, which improve the mood.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Omega-3 levels have been found to be much lower in the blood of depressed persons than in those who do not suffer from this condition. A study carried out on nearly 22.000 subjects revealed that those who regularly consumed cod liver oil were 30 per cent less likely of having symptoms of depression than those who did not consume the Omega-3-rich oil. Another study carried out by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, meanwhile, has found that Omega-3 fatty acids may boost the mood of those already diagnosed with depression. It all makes sense when one realises that brain tissue is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids; when we consume too little ‘good fat’ (Omega-3 fatty acids are found in abundance in wild Alaskan salmon and sardines), we force the brain to utilise other available fatty acids, which result in inferior quality cells. This, in turn, negatively affects our cognitive and emotional functioning. It is vital to include a healthy amount of Omega-3s in our diets, and to consider supplementation if necessary. More top sources of Omega-3s include mussels, rainbow trout, flaxseeds, chia seeds and walnuts.

Monday, 3 March 2014

Banana pineapple and orange smoothie with ice cubes




The latest smoothie I have put together.

This one is a banana, pineapple and orange smoothie.

Watch the video and leave your comments.

Tuesday, 28 January 2014

How to Determine if Someone Is a Sociopath

How to Determine if Someone Is a Sociopath


Comment

Personally, I like to know the types of people that I am dealing with, so I tend to read these types of articles so that I can learn....I am constantly learning all the time, and so should you the reader....Very useful article on the traits and behaviours to look for in sociopathic/psychopathic individuals both offline and online.


Other Related External Links

How to spot a sociopath

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Mental health staff to be based in police stations

Mental health staff to be based in police stations


Comment

And no I am not a police officer or volunteer officer either.......I have just been a victim of crime one too many times to the point where I am extremely irritated.....I just think that they need to do more for any mental patients they pick up because people deserve to live their lives in peace without harassment from those who are not well in their minds, breaking into homes, constantly stealing stuff, obsessive behaviours and encroaching upon others.

And why do the police need this?.......Well, the police's job is to solve crimes, they are not mental health experts and some types of criminals committing crimes may be new to them, especially to rookie cops with no experience.

Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Characteristics Of Overly Manipulative People.




Tells you about dealing with nutcases....sociopaths and other crazy people and talks about some of the methods that they use to brainwash, harass, victimise and conspire against people, sometimes it is covert and can involve more than one person.


Related External Links

The free dictionary - Manipulation

Friday, 8 November 2013

Juicing fruits and vegetables with my Cookworks whole fruit juicer



Just a short video of me trying out my Cookworks juicer for the first time. It costs £29.99 from Argos.
It's a good budget juicer and can take whole fruits if you are interested in buying one.

It's a good way to get your recommended nutritional values of vitamins and minerals in your diet, easily absorbable. The first thing you notice is your skin will start to look cleaner and clearer, this is telling you that your body is being cleansed from the inside out. Fruits and vegetables are a great way to detox the body. They contain a high water content, so you will be hydrating your body with fresh and natural ingredients and improving your overall health from head to toe.

You can blend in all manner or combinations of your favourite fruits and vegetables for the best flavour for you.

The last time I made some juice, I added the following vegetables....

Fennel
Carrots
Apples
Cucumber
Celebration Squash (looks like a pumpkin)
Mandarins
Clementines
Red cabbage
Pineapple

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