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Depression test

Depression testZung depression self assessment test , based on the Zung Self-Rating Scale, is a widely used depression screening tool that is recognized by physicians worldwide. Although designed as a screening tool, this depression test has been adapted to track also your score over time.

Glycemic Index

Glycemic indexGlycemic Index and Glycemic Load tables The table provided herein is a compilation of various sources for most common foods. Sustained elevated blood sugar levels are known to trigger a plethora of health problems like diabetes type two, hearth disease and inflammation.

Nutritional content tables

Nutritional content tablesNutritional content tables    Find out how many calories, proteins, carbohydrates, cholesterol, vitamins and minerals your food contains. Either you are dieting to loose weight or cleanse your body, or you figured out what is your metabolic type and you need to know specific foods for your type, well, the nutritional content tables will provide you with the answer you need. Ref. USDA Nutrient Data Laboratory, SR20 / 2008  database.

Nutritional calculators

Nutritional calculatorsNutritional calculators  Find out what is your daily required caloric intake based on your basal metabolic rate (BMR), your body mass index (BMI) or your body fat and the health risks associated with it  using the specific nutritional calculators.

Metabolic type self test

Metabolic typingMetabolic type self test  A proper, "customized" diet has many benefits: painless weight loss, increased energy and improved health. The metabolic typing diet does just that. To find the right balance specifically for you between proteins and carbohydrates take the metabolic type self test.

Jung personality types

Jung personality typeFind out your personality type - your likes and dislikes, your likely career choices, your compatibility with others.
Jung personality types assessment test.

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05 January 2009

I am a problem solver

I am a problem solver

I find solutions to whatever predicament comes my way.

I love the challenge of solving a problem! I use my creativity and my ingenuity to look a problem in the eye until I come up with a solution. I take my time to discover all angles, then I apply different ideas until the solution comes to me.

When I solve one problem, I gain more confidence in my problem-solving abilities.

I am able to feel confident because I do not hold preconceived expectations of myself or my dilemma. Instead, I fully embrace the situation at hand.

I am able to look at a problem, mull it over in my head for a while, and apply different solutions until it is solved.

It is not a part of my thought process that I will be unable to solve a problem. With persistence and careful thought I can solve anything that comes my way.

Today I will look a problem over and I will use my intelligence, creativity, and determination to find a solution. I enjoy solving problems – it challenges me and gives me great confidence.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.    How do I look at a problem that needs to be solved?
2.    What process do I take to solve a problem?
3.    How do I feel when I have solved a rather complex problem?

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In Section: Personal reflection - This article belongs to category: Exercises

As I soak in a tub of comfort and warmth, I wash away the day’s stresses and allow them to disappear down the drain

Just as the daily grime washes from my body at the end of the day, so too do my daily stressors wash from my spirit.

I take great care of my body and my appearance by maintaining good hygienic practices. I am also taking proper care of myself when I take the time to relax and send away my daily stresses.

When I allow stresses to build up I am limiting my positive experiences in life. With relaxation and pursuing activities that help to wash away the stress I am able to fully enjoy my life.

Just as I wouldn't dream of allowing dirt and grime to build up on my body, I will not allow stress to build up either.

I rid myself of stress by relaxing it away. I may soak in a warm tub of bubbles with soft music, lit by candles and a glass of wine. I may just curl up in a comfortable chair and read a good book. Whatever I find most relaxing I take the time to pursue and this frees me from my daily stress before I retire to bed.

Today I will ensure I take the time to find a relaxing activity that will rid my body and spirit from the daily stresses just as I shower away the day's dirt from my body. I will then sleep peacefully and awake refreshed in the morning.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.    Have I neglected clearing daily stresses from my life?
2.    What activities do I find relaxing?
3.    Do I feel more refreshed in the morning after I’ve relaxed the previous evening?

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If only we'd stop trying to be happy we'd have a pretty good time.

Edith Wharton


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Nutritional content tables

Nutritional content tables    Find out how much calories, protein, carbs, cholesterol, vitamins and minerals your food contains.

Nutritional calculators

Nutritional calculators          How much food you need? What is your Body Mass Index (BMI), Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and Body fat.

Depression test

Zung depression self test.         If you want to self assess your mood and you suspect you may be depressed take this test.

Glycemic index and load

Glycemic index and load table.           For both glycemic index and glycemic load the lower the better.

Metabolic type self test

Metabolic type self test Proteins, carbohydrates, or both?        What is good for you?