Dorothy M. Neddermeyer

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Health and Wellness: A Birth Right--Claim Yours

I'm writing to tell you about my book, 'Health and Wellness: A Birth Right-Claim Yours'. The yearning for deeper personal happiness, job satisfaction and a desire to make a difference in a world that needs it, is a common turning point in many people’s lives. Who says life has to be a struggle? The Essence of Being is about discovering yourself and the blocks that keep you from living life to the Read more of this blog post »
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Description: The past, present and future are all one, each day is the first day of the rest of your life. Your past is how you came into your present and your present is how you will create the future. What will you do with your present to create your future?

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“Life is ten percent what you experience and ninety percent how you respond to it.”
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Dorothy Hi Gail: Thanks for the invitation. Unfortunately, I will be with friends and unable to tune in. I wish you well.

Best Regards,

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Gail Koger Hey

Please join me for my interview with What's Hot In Romance this Monday at 10pm EST

Got chocolate?

Dorothy Hi Christine: Thanks for stopping by. I hope you found the new book posted, Soul Survivor, The Reincarnation of a World War II Fighter Pilot. The authors, Bruce and Andrea Leininger were able to authenticate 26 of the 26 memories their son James had of his previous life as a fighter pilot in WWWII, who was shot down in Natcoma Bay, Japan. It is the most well documented and authenticated past life memories of an American child. Ian Stevenson documented and authenticated past lives of more than 3,000 children in Asian countries. This is the first in the U.S. with this calibur of documentation.

Christine wrote: "Hi Dorothy, stopped by to see what's new on your page. Have a great week.
Blessings CJ
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Christine Hi Dorothy, stopped by to see what's new on your page. Have a great week.
Blessings CJ
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Beverley Hello Mrs. Neddermeyer, should I call you doctor? since you have a PhD? Oh, and just curious, how did you find me on goodreads. Also, please read my stories!

Christine Hi from down under Dorathy. Dropped by to see what’s new with you.
Please take a look at SFA.

Blessings CJ

Dorothy P.S. Here are more articles.

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Dorothy Hi Terri: We share the same goal dropping 10 lbs. I set my intention yesterday. Here is an article you might find helpful.


No one wants to hear the word ‘diet.’ The word—diet—has taken on a negative connotation. A negative connotation has probably come about, because many people have been ‘dieting’ for weeks or months—as they watch the scale needle slowly drop down, only to have it all return when the ‘dieting’ period is over.

A food plan has the concept of eating to nourish oneself long term. A Diet has the connotation that you are ‘losing’ something. No one wants to lose anything—even if it is something they do not want—such as excess pounds.

Eat Right for Your Blood Type by Peter D’Adamo is the most effective food plan I have found. Its basic premise is that ABO blood type is the most important factor in determining a healthy food plan. The cornerstone is the premise that lectins in foods react differently with each ABO blood type. Thus, this food plan is original and personalized to your specific needs and uniqueness.

A healthy food plan is structured to nourish you before you become hungry and without eating more than your body needs. When you are hungry—you have a tendency to eat fast and therefore take in more calories.

• Begin your day with a nourishing breakfast

• Eat three meals with healthy nutritious snacks in between. Avoid eating after 8 P.M. Food eaten after 8 P.M. does not have time to digest before bedtime, therefore, it is excess food and you can gain weight.

• Avoid skipping a meal or snack.

• If you blow your food plan—remember you are only one meal or snack away from being on track again.

• Remember—to remind yourself, “I care enough about myself to create a healthy food plan that nourishes my body.”

Last, but not least, your food plan can include your favorites with modifications.

• Instead of a glass of orange juice—eat a whole orange. You will reduce the calories by approximately 100 and increase fiber.

• Use skim milk products.

• Change soda or diet soda to fizz drinks.

• Use extra lean ground beef, chicken or turkey.

• Use Canadian bacon, prosciutoo, or turkey sausage instead of bacon or pork sausage.

• Reduce the use of butter or margarine. Applesauce is a great substitute for oil in recipes.

• Eliminate the cappuccino or latte every day, instead have it for a special treat.

• Reduce the amount of egg yolks. Use egg substitutes when feasible.

• Love popcorn—no need to give it up. Use light or no butter.

• Avoid all wheat products—pasta, wheat bread, pastries, cake, pies, cookies, instead use brown rice flour, tapioca flour, buckwheat flour (buckwheat is not the same as wheat), Millet, 100% Rye bread, 100% Oat bread, brown rice pasta, white rice pasta, and 100% rye pasta.

• Use rice or 100% rye crackers instead of wheat crackers.

• If you are unable to give up sugar, use Stevia in beverages and cooking. All other sugar substitutes have many dangerous side effects.

If you use your blood type food plan, not only will you release weight and maintain your ideal weight—you will feel better mentally and physically.

Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD, Metaphysician, Certified Hypnosis and Time Line Practitioner, Author, "101 Great Ways To Improve Your Life." Dr. Dorothy has the unique gift of connecting people with a broad range of profound principles that resonate in the deepest part of their being. She brings awareness to concepts not typically obvious to one's daily thoughts and feelings.

"Life is ten percent what you experience and ninety percent how you respond to it."
Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD

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