Posts Tagged ‘wellness’

Wellness At Warp Speed

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

In the Spring of 2007 I had the great pleasure to meet one of the most amazing human beings ever.  His name was Dr. Noah Mckay, M.D.  When I met him he had already lived almost 20 years longer than what the convential medical community ever thought that he would.

In 1989 Dr. Mckay was hospitalized with severe heart failure.  Desperate to live and spend as much time with his family and loved ones as he possibly could, he moved past modern medicine and delved into the world of quantum physics.  While on what he thought would be his last “holiday” (vacation) in Mexico – without his friends, family, or loved ones…where he basically went to die…he encountered a lone man on the beach doing “movements” that he had never seen before.  This is where Dr. Mckay learned, “The Breath Of Fire”.  A powerful system to recharge and energize your body.  It was this Breath Of Fire that Dr. Noah practiced on a daily basis (sometimes 3 or more times a day) that gave him an extra 20 years of life.

Before Dr. Noah passed away he wrote the wonderful book, “Wellness At Warp Speed”.

In it he chronicles his life, his ups, his downs (like Dr. F. Batmanghelidj, Dr. Noah also spent time in prison) and the healing power he found in the life that surrounds us all.

I am honored and forever grateful that I got to spend three wonderful days in the presence of this man. Here was a person that could have been angry and resentful of the world around him for the time that he spent incarcerated…but he wasn’t. He was actually thankful for the lessons that he learned while in prison and he even had a big enough heart (even though it was supposed to have failed him almost 20 years earlier) to forgive the men who beat and tortured him while in prison.

If you’re on the path to seek health and wellness in your own life then I highly recommend to you, “Wellness At Warp Speed” by the late and great Dr. Noah Mckay.

To learn more about Dr. Noah and his work please visit his website –

Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II

The Acid – Alkaline PH Scale

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

The Acid - Alkaline PH Scale

As you can see from the chart above the PH Scale is read from left to right with a PH rating of 0 – 1 being purely acidic (something akin to eating a hole through metal).  On the other end of the scale is a rating of 14 which represents pure alkalinity (these would include items like baking soda and lye).  In the center is 7 which represents neutral. 
In a perfect state your blood wants to be more alkaline than acidic.  Just as the average healthy body premature for a human is 98.6F – the ideal (healthy) PH level for the human body is between 7.3 – 7.4. 
In his groundbreaking book, “Sick and Tired”, Dr. Robert O. Young chronicled how the proper PH balance provides for a “healthy inner terrain” and how the improper PH balance can lead to illness and disease. 
Over the next few days I will offer simple examples of foods and drinks that will help you move towards alkalinity and I will also share with you foods and drinks that create an acidic environment.  I will also show you simple methods that you can use to test your own PH levels.
Remember, health is a journey…it is not a destination.
Yours In Health!
G.E. Moon II

The 4 Types Of Enzymes

Sunday, September 5th, 2010

Essentially there are four different kinds of enzymes, they are:

  • Food enzymes: These are found in raw foods.  There are sufficient enzymes in each raw food to digest it.  The level of active enzymes in a food is affected by many things – including:  food additives, radiation, long term storage, and any kind of food processing, especially heat.  Enzymes in foods are destroyed when they reach a heat over 116°F.


  • Digestive enzymes:  These help break food down into basic components so you can absorb the nutrients that are required to build cells, maintain organs and repair tissue.  These types of enzymes are present in the digestive juices your body produces, starting with the saliva in the mouth continuing down to and including the intestines.  These enzymes include protease, amylase, lipase, malt diastase, invertase, lactase, pectinase and alpha galactosidase.  Digestive enzymes break down different food groups.


  • Metabolic enzymes: These enzymes enhance and support metabolic processes. They are made by the body and drive chemical reactions within the cells.  On a cellular level,  metabolic enzymes direct body systems and are interconnected with every functional organ and biological system in the body.


  • Supplemental enzymes: These are cultured from plant enzymes. Plant enzymes are grown from food such as mushrooms, soy and wheat in a laboratory setting with specific actions rendered in units.  They are nonpathogenic Aspergillus Niger species and are free of mycelium contamination.  Removal of all aspergilli and fungi leave only the enzymatic action.  Supplemental enzymes are a concentrated form of enzymatic action.


Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II

Welcome To Our Blog For Abundant Health Center

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010


Welcome to our blog.  We are glad that you have found us and we are excited to share with you our knowledge for health and wellness. 

Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II