Mission Statement

In 1994 the Victoria, Sergei, and Valya Boutenko experienced an intense decline in their health. After switching to a healthful way of eating, they were able to regain vibrant health. Since that time the Boutenko's have been dedicated to helping people around the globe learn about natural healing and nutrition.

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Health Quotes

The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.
Ann Wigmore
No disease that can be treated by diet should be treated with any other means.
It is health that is real wealth, and not pieces of gold and silver.
Mahatma Gandhi
Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.
True discipline is really just self-remembering; no forcing or fighting is necessary.
Charles Eisenstein

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How to Make Your Singing Voice Sound
Do you want to sing for a talent show? Or just bohemian styled items to wear of the wedding
to impress your friends? Follow these tips,
and you'll be better than you were! ...
Method One of Three:
Using Your Entire Body
Drink water. If you think drinking
water is only good for physical fitness,
newsflash: it's great for vocal health, too.
Load up on the H20 to keep your vocal
folds hydrated, healthy, and ready to go.
Avoid any liquids at extreme
temperatures. Anything too cold and
your vocal folds will tense up; too
hot and they may get irritated.
If you are experiencing a tickle,
warm teas or warm water with honey
is fine. If you drink milk every
morning, drink water after that, as
dairy products coat your throat. As
always, avoid alcohol. It dehydrates
you and your voice.
Breath down low. Most people have
a nasty habit of sucking their stomachs in
and breathing just with the tops of their
lungs. In order to get a strong, healthy
singing voice, you must utilize the rest of
your lungs and diaphragm, breathing low
and deep.
This is true whether you're sitting,
standing, or lying down. While
standing or sitting, place a hand on
your stomach and force it out with
every inhale and in again with every
exhale. If you are lying down, place a
book on your chest and make sure it
doesn't move.
Tighten your diaphragm when you
sing. This will make your voice stronger.
(If you don't know what the diaphragm is,
look it up! It is a muscle just under the
Keep good posture. Keep both of
your feet flat on the ground and imagine
a string over your head, holding your
body in line. In order for air to flow easily
through your system, you must maintain
good posture.
If you're sitting, don't use the back of
your chair and do not cross your legs.
Remember: You're using all of your
lungs. Slouching makes this very
difficult to do.
Method Two of Three:
Training Your Voice
Practice breathing exercises. A note
can't be good if you can't sustain it.
Before you work on your voice

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