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  • 3 Warning Signs That Your Body is Dehydrated

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    27 Jul 2014 | 5:13 pm
    By Admin You do not need to be an expert to recognize the signs of dehydration, but is sometimes so difficult to understand the reason of the current malaise and bad condition. Dehydration is a shock to your body and can lead to many complications. It often happens that some people think that they are not dehydrated […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: 3 Warning Signs That Your Body is Dehydrated
  • Protect Your Vision with Colorful Fruits and Vegetables

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    Owen Marcus
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:44 pm
    Aging is a hot topic these days especially with the Baby Boomer Generation reaching Medicare age! One concern that surfaces often is the care and feeding of the eyes. Our eyes are actually a direct extension of our brain having the responsibility of recognizing our environment and notifying the brain for an interpretation and discernment of safe or not safe. Care of the eye environment becomes critical as we age. Seniors enjoy many hobbies that require good eyesight like knitting and crocheting, reading, woodwork, gardening, playing musical instruments and the like. Loss of vision can have a…
  • PMBC Group Announces New Client Relationship with Philanthropist and Author Vincent Mehdizadeh, Founder of Medbox Inc.

    ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE - Yahoo News Search Results
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:35 am
    Los Angeles technology public relations firm PMBC Group is pleased to announce a client relationship with Vincent Mehdizadeh, author, philanthropist and nationally recognized leader within the alternative medicine and prescription dispensing industry. Mehdizadeh is the founder and senior strategist of Medbox, Inc. (OTCQB: MDBX), a company that features patented systems that help pharmacies ...
  • NIH Has Changed the Resubmission Policy for Grant Applications

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    Dale Birkle Dreer, Ph.D.
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:05 am
    Dr. Dale Birkle Dreer, Chief of NCCAM’s Office of Scientific Review, explains NIH’s new policy on resubmission of grant applications in this blog post.
  • Diabetes-fighting potential spotted in culinary herbs

    Complementary Medicine / Alternative Medicine News From Medical News Today
    24 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    A new study shows extracts of rosemary, Mexican oregano, and marjoram contain compounds that can inhibit two enzymes that play a role in insulin secretion and insulin signaling.
 
 
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    BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine - Latest Articles

  • Antioxidant potential of Sutherlandia frutescens and its protective effects against oxidative stress in various cell cultures

    Shakila Tobwala
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Background: Sutherlandia frutescens (L.) R.Br. (SF) is a South African plant that is widely used to treat stress, infections, cancer, and chronic diseases, many of which involve oxidative stress. The aim of the study was to quantitatively assess the antioxidant potential of SF extracts in cell-free system as well as in cell lines. Methods: Dried SF vegetative parts were extracted using six different solvents, and the extracts were assessed for total phenolic and flavonoid contents, total reducing power, iron chelating capacity, and free radical scavenging power, including, scavenging of…
  • Artemisia annua L.: evidence of sesquiterpene lactones' fraction antinociceptive activity

    Fabricio de Faveri Favero
    27 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Background: Artemisia annua L. has been used for many centuries in Chinese traditional medicine. Artemisinin, the active principle was first isolated and identified in the 1970s becoming the global back bone to the fight against malaria. Our research group previously developed an economic and ecological friendly process to obtain this compound. In the pursuit to also exploit the residue generated throughout the process we further evaluated the pharmacological potential of that extract. Methods: The alcoholic crude extract after artemisinin precipitation maintained an enriched sesquiterpene…
  • Antitumor mechanisms of S-allyl mercaptocysteine for breast cancer therapy

    Hong Zhang
    27 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Background: S-allyl mercaptocysteine (SAMC), a water-soluble component derived from garlic, has been found to exert multi-antitumor activities. This study was to investigate the responsible molecular mechanisms of SAMC in human breast cancer cell lines. Methods: Sulforhodamine B assay was used to determine cell viability, flow cytometry was applied for the analysis of cell cycle and cell apoptosis, the change of protein was detected by Western blot. Results: It was found that SAMC exhibited an effective cell growth inhibition of human breast cancer cell lines MCF-7 (ER positive) and…
  • Anti-inflammatory activity of extracts of Bushen-Qiangdu-Zhilv decoction, a Chinese medicinal formula, in M1-polarized RAW264.7

    Run-Yue Huang
    27 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Background: Bushen-Qiangdu-Zhilv Decoction (BQZ) is one of famous traditional Chinese medical formula for treating ankylosing spondylitis (AS). However, the mechanisms underlying effects of BQZ remains unknown. Pro-inflammatory cytokines, tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha and interleukin (IL)-1, play an important role in AS. We therefore evaluated if BQZ could affect the expression of these cytokines. Methods: Crude extracts were prepared and fractioned with petroleum ether (PE), ethyl acetate (EA), n-butanol (BU) and finally water (ACE). The stability of the extracts was confirmed by…
  • The potential role of GLUT4 transporters and insulin receptors in the hypoglycaemic activity of Ficus lutea acetone leaf extract

    Oyinlola Olaokun
    27 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Background: Some Ficus species have been used in traditional African medicine in the treatment of diabetes. The antidiabetic potential of certain species has been confirmed in vivo but the mechanism of activity remains uncertain.The aim was to investigate the hypoglycaemic potential of ten Ficus species focussing on glucose uptake, insulin secretion and the possible mechanism of hypoglycaemic activity. Methods: The dried and ground leaves of ten Ficus species were extracted with acetone. The dried acetone extract was reconstituted with DMSO to a concentration of 100 mg/ml which was then…
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    Deepest Health

  • On sickness and the power of Chinese herbal medicine

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    7 Jul 2014 | 3:07 pm
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  • Softening in the Wild Heart of Medicine : Water

    Jonathan Edwards
    2 Jul 2014 | 2:22 pm
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  • Clarifying the wild heart of medicine : Metal

    Jonathan Edwards
    24 Jun 2014 | 8:54 am
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  • Studying Chinese medicine within a busy life : an experiment

    Eric Grey
    20 Jun 2014 | 8:32 am
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  • The avoidable loneliness of our profession

    Eric Grey
    17 Jun 2014 | 3:52 pm
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    Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health

  • Have Fever With Joint Pain? Get Tested For Chikungunya!

    Shalini Attre
    27 Jul 2014 | 8:30 pm
    Do you travel frequently? If yes, when you get fever with muscular and joint pain you are likely to pass it off as common flu. Experts advise you to get tested for Chikungunya. It is caused by infected mosquitoes. They can bite you during day as well as at night time. The symptoms appear 4-7 […]The post Have Fever With Joint Pain? Get Tested For Chikungunya! appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • Workout While You Shop!

    Shalini Attre
    26 Jul 2014 | 8:30 pm
    Great news for shopaholics- you can turn your shopping spree into a fitness regime! Wondering how? It’s simple. Where there is a will there is a way–to work out! Shopping workouts are the latest way to burn calories. You can squat instead of bending to reach for the lowest shelf items. And you can do […]The post Workout While You Shop! appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • Adding on to Your Daily Cuppa

    Sunaina Shenoy
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:30 pm
    If the aroma, taste and experience are why you love coffee, here’s one other health benefit that’ll make you happy. Intake of coffee has been found to protect against DNA damage as well as reduce body fat. A group of researchers are working on developing a special coffee blend that is rich in a chemical compound that […]The post Adding on to Your Daily Cuppa appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • Would You Believe a Mug of Beer to be Healthy?

    Shalini Attre
    4 Dec 0001 | 4:00 pm
    Would you buy it if a research says beer is full of super nutrients? These nutrients include iron, amino acids, antioxidants that add to your health. Beer is also said to improve bile count that helps digest fatty food. It also keeps your tummy full so you tend to eat lesser calories. It is also supposed […]The post Would You Believe a Mug of Beer to be Healthy? appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • Fried Foods May Lead to Type 2 Diabetes

    Sunaina Shenoy
    4 Dec 0001 | 4:00 pm
    While the best friends of your taste buds might be fried foods, it is best to limit their intake. We all agree that fried foods are very high in fat and calories. Too much consumption therefore becomes an unhealthy option. However, the greater concern is that fried foods are also thought to increase the risk […]The post Fried Foods May Lead to Type 2 Diabetes appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
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    The AMT

  • The Energist - July 2014

    25 Jul 2014 | 4:08 am
    Welcome to the July 2014 edition of The Energist ejournal In this issue: International EFT & Energy Conference – 100 Days to Go! AMT Trainer Sally Canning Wins 'Inspiring Women' Award Energist Selfies Energy Is Moving – An Interview with AMT Trainer Sandra Hillawi Forthcoming Trainings & Events – July & August 2014 Welcome New Members – June 2014 Article: Boosting Performance in Dancing with Positive EFT by Carna Zacharias-Miller Case Story: Back to School with EFT by Kathryn Pearson
  • 100 Days to Go until the EFT & Energy Conference 2014!

    24 Jul 2014 | 8:03 am
    Today marks exactly 100 days to go until the start of The AMT's biggest event of the year, the annual EFT & Energy Conference, November 1-2, in Eastbourne, East Sussex on England's sunshine south coast! Read on for the full article...
  • EFT Case Story: Back to School with EFT

    22 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Classic EFT case story from EFT practitioner Kathryn Pearson. In this article Kathryn explains how she took EFT in to her local school in Sheffield, UK, to help teenage girls with exam and general life stress. This article was first featured exclusively in the Summer 2014 (Vol.1 No.1) edition of The Energist Read on for the full article...
  • Forthcoming Live Trainings & Events - August 2014

    16 Jul 2014 | 3:58 am
    Have you been thinking about becoming a practitioner, or taking that extra course? Are your skills in need of a little polish or you want to learn what's new? Don't wait, book your place at an event in August today!  The AMT advertises up and coming Live Trainings and Events, so that you can say "Yes - I'm going to do it". Read on for details...
  • Welcome New AMT Members - June 2014

    16 Jul 2014 | 2:37 am
    We're pleased to welcome and congratulate all our new and current members who completed new EFT & Energy qualifications last month.  Please congratulate and welcome...
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    DeanRamsden.com

  • Sympathetic Resonance Energy Healing

    Dean Ramsden
    16 Jul 2014 | 3:01 pm
    One of the most helpful energy healing skills available to us to help people is sympathetic resonance energy healing. This is where the resonance of a known healing agent is energetically “copied” and then resonated to the client, either in-person or over any distance. For example, the analgesic resonance of Arnica can be energetically “memorized” by the energy healer and then transmitted to the energy field of the client so as to help reduce the client’s pain. If a more powerful effect is needed, the healer can resonate and transmit Lidocaine-like frequences. So, how is this skill…
  • Session Three of the Six Session Series

    Dean Ramsden
    13 Jul 2014 | 7:02 pm
    After working with your energetic boundaries, enhancing your rooting into the living planet beneath us, and work on your attachment cords to others, we turn to the functioning of your Third Chakra: mental beliefs, and the use of the mind. Pre-existing patterns of thought, held in our belief systems, often preclude our evolution, and can inhibit change. If we are unable to transform our mind the way the caterpillar changes to a butterfly, then we will remain at archaic stages of personal development. We are designed to evolve, to grow, through successive stages of transformation, until we…
  • Session Two of the Six Session Series

    Dean Ramsden
    13 Jul 2014 | 2:52 pm
    The Second Session of the Six Session Series shifts our focus to the functioning and health of the Second Chakra. This energy center governs our primary emotional development, beginning with the impact of early childhood attachment to others, and the creation of our personal feeling body. The Second Chakra is deeply wired into the enteric nervous system (your “gut” instincts), as well as how you attach to meaningful people throughout your life time. It is the basic attachment center of our human energy field; it’s how we connect and relate to others, at the feeling level. The Second…
  • Session One of the Six Session Series

    Dean Ramsden
    10 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Part One Relational Energy Healing works with a specific map of the auric energy boundary that relates specifically to chakra cord and self-cord functioning. In fact, rather than begin a Six Session Series with first chakra (Muladhara) work, we start with clearing and activating the three layers of the auric boundary, as a prelude to increasing rooting through the feet chakras (or energy gates), and then enhancing the earth prana flow up and into the lower dantien. From a charged dantien we can begin to move from chakra to chakra, and then specialize even more with chakra cords, and self…
  • Rooting and Charging

    Dean Ramsden
    8 Jul 2014 | 4:16 pm
    Part Two The second part of the Session One protocol in Relational Energy Healing begins at the the feet, adjacent to the foot chakra (or energy gates) located below the ball of each foot. Earth prana is drawn and enhanced in its natural flow up through each leg, to funnel into the pelvis at each hip joint. This energy is guided into the Lower Dantien, a reservoir of primal energies, and supported in its task of condensing or building a charge beyond its habitual state. It is this accumulation of pranic energies that will be utilized in both clearing work in the spine (Sushumna nadi), as well…
 
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    The Essential Herbal Blog

  • Interesting theory, but...

    Tina Sams
    13 Jul 2014 | 10:24 am
    There are several generally interesting and loosely held theories among herbalists.  One is the Doctrine of Signatures, in which plants resemble in some way the part of the body or organ for which they will be most helpful.  A quick example would be a walnut which, when cracked open resembles the brain and contains brain nourishing oil and nutrients.Another theory has to do with the plants that show up of their own volition, seemingly seeking you out.  I attempted to find a name for this theory, but when one Googles, "when herbs show up on their own," it is all about drug…
  • Monarda - It's About Time! TEH May/June '13

    Tina Sams
    11 Jul 2014 | 2:54 pm
    Monarda – It’s About Time! Jackie Johnson ND Editor:  The Wisconsin Herbalist www.thewisconsinherbalist.comMonarda seems to be getting more attention this year.  As a 2013 Notable Native Plant, the Herb Society of America has brought it front and center as valuable North American Native.  For those of us who have respected and used it for years, it’s about time.  Not only is this a lovely plant, but  a versatile one as well.Which is the lavender one; which is the red one are common questions? The red one, didyma and the lavender one, fistulosa are…
  • A Train of Thought

    Tina Sams
    3 Jul 2014 | 6:18 am
    I took a handful of days off recently.  Completely.  By that, I mean no computer, no smart phone. Not even a camera.  It included about 8 hours of travel by train.  The vacation itself was delicious, but the aspect that I want to talk about is that disconnection.  It was the first time in 4 or 5 years that I've been "out of touch" and it was wonderful.  It seems that all that connection to everyone stunts my thought process. Do you ever say to yourself, "oh!  that's a great update!" or "I've been scrolling for hours?"  Or when something happens,…
  • Jul/Aug '14 issue of The Essential Herbal

    Tina Sams
    22 Jun 2014 | 7:00 am
     Subscribers are starting to receive their copies in the mail and the pdf subscribers got theirs on the 20th, so it's time to share the table of contents here on the blog.  It's a terrific issue, and we have plenty left.  To subscribe, visit The Essential Herbal website! Field NotesSome thoughts on sharing gardens with neighbors.Black Strap Syrups, Adrian WhiteAn interesting, little-used method to make syrups that are filled with vitamins and minerals.Herbal Beverage Syrups, Stephany HoffeltPreserve the herbs and flowers so that you can drink them for months to come.Oh…
  • Garden Highlights in Pictures

    Tina Sams
    14 Jun 2014 | 1:52 pm
    There will be several quarts of black raspberries!Maybe this year the borage will reseed - like we hear others speak of.An annual (here) milkweed for the butterflies.Comfrey almost finished blooming.First daylily.Echinacea buddingelderberries formingfrilly henbit blooms above the chickweed and speedwellhorehound bloominghyssop blooms are well loved by the bees (as are all of the blossoms in the garden)jewelweed growing around the porchlavender spikes are coloring upwe can't eat the nasturtium flowers fast enoughrose campion has been in every one of my gardens for the last 30 yearslast year…
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    Sandpoint Wellness Council

  • Protect Your Vision with Colorful Fruits and Vegetables

    Owen Marcus
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:44 pm
    Aging is a hot topic these days especially with the Baby Boomer Generation reaching Medicare age! One concern that surfaces often is the care and feeding of the eyes. Our eyes are actually a direct extension of our brain having the responsibility of recognizing our environment and notifying the brain for an interpretation and discernment of safe or not safe. Care of the eye environment becomes critical as we age. Seniors enjoy many hobbies that require good eyesight like knitting and crocheting, reading, woodwork, gardening, playing musical instruments and the like. Loss of vision can have a…
  • Energy Increases with Proper Nutrient Absorption

    Owen Marcus
    15 Jul 2014 | 3:04 pm
    Our bodies do a lot for us especially in the summer months when our activity level increases. In order to keep up with ourselves, it is extremely important to eat the right kinds of foods, keep well hydrated, and rest when needed to allow for recovery. If you don’t feel energized after eating, this could mean you are not digesting your foods or absorbing those vital nutrients. This then disables the cells to function properly leading to fatigue. Chronic stress, poor food choices such as too many sweets, excessive consumption of non-foods like sodas, alcohol, and processed foods, exposure to…
  • Prevention is the Key

    Owen Marcus
    8 Jul 2014 | 2:11 pm
    Have you been working in the garden, hiking, biking the ChaFe, water skiing, wake boarding or rafting the Pack River?? Summer in Sandpoint is in full swing, too much to do and not enough time. I know so many of us are burning both ends of the candle these days trying to fit it all in before September 1st. Prevention and pacing are the keys to injury prevention. When we are young not only are we physically stronger but we often have more time to exercise and maintain our flexibility, strength and endurance. Even our reflexes and balance are better. This equates to less injuries. When we are 25…
  • Digestion Supporting Foods – Help Clean Up Your Gut

    Owen Marcus
    1 Jul 2014 | 5:53 pm
    Last week I shared with you the benefits of papayas and pineapples for digestive health. Digestive health is critical to everyone as proper metabolism sends all the vital nutrients we ingest to every cell in our body. Physical, mental, and emotional health all depend on nutrients that enable cells to function optimally. Pomegranates are one of the loveliest fruits I know. Yet I have always hated opening them up for the mess, the splatter of luscious red juice, and the time to peel away that inner membrane. Then a friend of mine showed that he takes all the seeds out at once and refrigerates…
  • Digestive Distress, Try These Fruits

    Owen Marcus
    24 Jun 2014 | 9:51 am
    I often hear from many of my clients their concern with ongoing digestive issues.   With the onslaught of savvy marketing, so many foods entice us that are really “non-foods.” They fill us up, satisfy our taste buds, and comfort our moods, but most importantly these false foods do not nourish us or enable our cells to respond as they are designed to do. Real foods, raw foods, colorful foods, and animal meat sources responsibly grown eating their natural diets provide our bodies with the vital nutrition necessary for healthy living. Papaya is a wonderful food that begins the process of…
 
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    Kala's Bohemian Blog - Explore Your Spirit with Kala

  • Time to Start Planning Your Haunted Road Trip this Fall

    Kala Ambrose
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:58 am
    It’s almost my favorite time of year and for the few of you who don’t know this yet, it’s Halloween, well really the entire month of October, ok really the entire season of Fall!  I love the crisp cool air, the leaves turning and how our thoughts move to the spirit world and all things haunting.  For me, my thoughts are always on these topics, but it’s nice when the rest of the world joins me in the fun! As “Your Travel Guide to the Other Side”, two of my books,  Spirits of New Orleans: Voodoo Curses, Vampire Legends and Cities of the Dead and…
  • Kala interviewed about Spirits of New Orleans

    Kala Ambrose
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:03 am
    Kala Ambrose Book Signing New Orleans Join Kala Ambrose, Your Travel Guide the Other Side, as she takes you back to her roots to discuss her book, Spirits of New Orleans: Voodoo Curses, Vampire Legends and Cities of the Dead. The energy of this city is so potent and powerful, that it places a hold on each person who enters this ancient land claiming you as part of its own. As an intuitive child born in Louisiana, Kala Ambrose grew up exposed to a rich variety of cultures and influences. The city that had the strongest influence on Kala was New Orleans, the port city known for its bohemian…
  • Kala’s Wisdom Teachings Lesson Two: We Are the Creation of Our Thoughts

    Kala Ambrose
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:00 pm
    “Continuing on the mystery path and the discussion regarding the wheel of karma, which we are attached to in our current existence, the question quickly arises, how do we remove ourselves from the wheel? The simplest way to teach or describe this lesson is to explain that every act, thought, deed, and word that we create, comes back to us through this wheel”. – Kala Ambrose This is a difficult lesson for many students to embrace, for it is a major step in understanding that what you think, is not hidden, rather it is reflected all around you in your life. We were taught that…
  • Kala speaking at ICA regarding Building Your Brand and Platform

    Kala Ambrose
    15 Jul 2014 | 3:48 am
    Our speaker:  Known as “Your Travel Guide to the Other Side,”  Kala Ambroseis an entrepreneur, award winning author, national columnist, inspirational speaker, teacher and host of the Explore Your Spirit with Kala radio show.  Finding her life’s purpose has never been an issue for Kala. Even as a child, she had an interest and love of all things metaphysical and supernatural. As an adult, she carried her passion into the business world.  Kala teaches her clients to develop their entrepreneurial intuition which brings clarity for branding and building platforms.  When you can…
  • Kala’s Wisdom Teachings Lesson One – We Live in a Magical Universe

    Kala Ambrose
    15 Jul 2014 | 12:09 am
    In the teachings it is said: When a student first glimpses this truth and the thought of it begins to burn in their mind, that more can exist beyond what they first thought possible, the first glimpse of light dawns on the horizon for them and they decide at that moment to begin their quest. They soon realize that if they can become the master of their thoughts and emotions, they can remove themselves from this cycle of the wheel of karma and grow closer to experiencing their true inner selves. – Kala Ambrose Once the student steps outside of the belief that their previous basic…
 
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    The Aromahead Blog

  • A Great Idea For Using Lavender Around Babies

    Andrea Butje
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:23 am
    One of the most frequent questions I get at Aromahead is how to safely use essential oils around babies. I have an approach to share with you that works really well! I find that using essential oils around the baby often brings about healing effects, without ever having to apply the oils to the baby’s sensitive skin. One of my favorite techniques to teach moms and dads is to apply the oils in a blend to their own backs or shoulders (not to the baby’s back), and then when they hold their baby, the healing oils are inhaled. It’s just enough! And it’s a nice way for baby and parents…
  • Are You Receiving Aromahead’s Emails?

    Andrea Butje
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:13 am
    I absolutely love to email everyone in the Aromahead community! I send free aromatherapy recipes and tips, special offers, and information about upcoming webinars I’m hosting. It’s one of the easiest ways to connect with everyone and to share new essential oil ideas and resources! Recently I’ve received emails from people letting me know that they haven’t gotten the emails from Aromahead that they’ve signed up for, whether it’s a replay to a webinar, the 12-tips series, our monthly newsletter, or blog posts. Most of the people contacting me have Gmail…
  • An Effective Approach to Relieving Allergies Naturally!

    Andrea Butje
    2 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    Years ago, I used essential oils to relieve my allergies. As it turned out, I was not only able to relieve my symptoms . . . I was able to eliminate them for the long term! I’m so excited to share my approach for relieving allergies naturally with you. I have created a free webinar: Aromatherapy for Natural Living: Reduce Allergies Naturally! You will learn all this and more: How to use essential oils to relieve allergies naturally (or even eliminate them!) and clear up sinus infections. I  will teach you how to make five simple and effective essential oil blends that will help reduce…
  • Suffering With Allergies?

    Andrea Butje
    27 Jun 2014 | 3:00 am
    I recently did a survey on allergies, and the results were really interesting. 195 people filled out the survey and I asked three questions. 1. Do you have allergies? 53 people said yes, all the time. 90 people said yes, only in the summer. 47 said they did not have allergies. 2. Have you tried using essential oils for allergies? 91 people said yes, and they have helped. 12 people said yes, and they have not helped. 71 people said they had not tried essential oils for their allergies. 3. If you have successfully used essential oils for allergies, which method has worked best? 60 people…
  • Make Your Own Beeswax Candles

    Andrea Butje
    23 Jun 2014 | 3:00 am
    I’m not an expert candle maker, but I just love making my own beeswax candles! Handmade candles make perfect gifts, but I like making them for myself, too. I like knowing where the beeswax came from, and that I’m using wicks that won’t release toxins into my air. I like knowing the aromas I choose are real essential oils with therapeutic properties, not artificial fragrances. And I like that I can make beeswax candles for different purposes—for sleep, for relaxation and for energy! I recently made a beeswax candle with Vetiver essential oil, and that one has become a…
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    Meridian Massage Institute

  • Making peace with weeds

    Cindy Black
    24 Jul 2014 | 2:16 am
    I began to attack the weeds this morning. And then I made myself pause, breathe, and remember to take care of my body while I weeded.  I’m used to flailing myself around when I work in the garden, especially when I’m weeding.  Especially when I’m weeding the full of new weeds that I just weeded last week. I went to the store and bought black plastic. “They say” now is the time to cover the ground in black plastic in order to have the heat burn the weeds and weed seeds. I kept hesitating to buy it. I fumbled around in the aisle while I tried to make peace with putting…
  • Thumb and wrist pain from over use in massage and acupressure

    Cindy Black
    17 Jul 2014 | 2:40 am
    I received this email asking for help with a common issue for massage therapists and acupressure practitioners.   Hi there,  I’m Alex and I’ve been a massage therapist for 13 yrs now, and my question is this - 
I tend to use my thumbs a lot for pressure it’s a bad habit I know, I should use better mechanics and body weight but after doing it for so long my thumbs kill me and my hands cramp quickly when grilling anything now. Even a pencil. What can I do to reverse this?   Dear Alex, The first step in reversing this is to care for yourself in everything you do. …
  • Liver Meridian

    Cindy Black
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:35 am
    The Liver meridian begins on the big toe. From Liver 1 (LV 1)the Liver meridian travels up the inside of the leg, crosses the abdomen, and ends on the front of the ribs, in the space between the 6th and 7th ribs. The Liver meridian is one of the three Yin meridians on the leg. “The liver is is like the general, courageous and smart.” -Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine   Liver Meridian   The Liver meridian goes to the interior of the body from the last point on the external meridian, Liver 14. The internal pathway of the Liver meridian connects to the liver,…
  • The Quest in 2014

    Cindy Black
    28 Jun 2014 | 6:35 am
    Current challenges and stages 1. Decipher that there is a spiritual path. 2. Decipher that the nagging urge, the sense of dissatisfaction of the mainstream’s notion of life, my feeling of angst, anger, sadness, fear and hopelessness is actually my Spirit longing for true expression. 3. Yearning for the spiritual path takes up all of my waking hours. 4. Decipher that the authentic explanation and embodiment of the spiritual path is not social media posts, is not “how to” books by the current media gurus promising a quick and easy path to nirvana, wealth, perfect relationship, perfect…
  • How to work on acupoints

    Cindy Black
    21 Jun 2014 | 8:25 am
    Cindy working with a student to locate and work a point How to massage or apply pressure to acupoints (acupressure points) is a bigger question than it seems. I received an email today from someone asking this question – I am posting our exchange as I know so many people wonder the same thing. Question: I started to work on my body (using pressure on acupoints)  and I’m not sure if my work is correct. Should I simply press the point or massage it? My response: How to work with the points is a big question! Use a combination of your linear mind to locate the point precisely, then…
 
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    Reiki Awakening

  • The Summer Stretch

    21 Jul 2014 | 8:31 am
    This is our first summer living in Maryland. I truly love living here. I love our neighborhood, our house and yard that is just the right size for our big family, and how near we are to a multitude of activities ranging from Washington, DC museums to a day on the beach. My kids are growing. My oldest will begin High School in just a month. I'll have kids in three different schools this year, also a first. They're developing their own interests, and with them, a desire to explore.Which means that this summer, my kids are involved in a myriad of activities, and I'm their primary…
  • A Review and Giveaway!

    24 Jun 2014 | 7:53 am
    Recently, I was contacted by the gracious Mary Wallace of improvedhealing.com, offering to send me one of her absolutely gorgeous Energy Healing Blankets, and some healing jewelry they make to review and one for a giveaway (yes, you read that right!). I happily accepted.I received a package a short while later. The Healing Blanket is absolutely beautiful. It's healing energy-charged, and also embroidered. It has a gorgeous angel image design. And, as you can see, my cat, Pippy, loves it! Before I even opened it from its package, he was laying on it in the box. A much better view is…
  • Where the Lightworker Stands, and the Energy Flows

    30 May 2014 | 10:07 am
    I'm on vacation this week, with my family, in beautiful Sandbridge, VA. We come here every year for a week, to slow down, get some beach time, and be together without a schedule. The weather has been gorgeous (up until yesterday and today, which are cool, just dipping below 70 degrees, and a bit rainy). Still, it's so great to be here.One of the things that vacations like this do for me is give me time to contemplate. I love this opportunity. I always bring along a book or two to read, which I've been wanting time to dive into. This year, I brought Energy Medicine by Donna Eden. I have been…
  • The Feedback is Back

    12 May 2014 | 11:46 am
    In my previous post, I was interested in testing out the new psychic healing method I had learned. And, I received requests from many volunteers to help me try it out and receive feedback (for which I'm very grateful). The sessions were good for me. They made me mediate - sometimes three times a day! I found myself recognizing when I was in "the zone" -  because this really blissful sort of happy feeling would fill me, and I'd feel disconnected from my tendency to think about stuff - I was just present, without judgement or analysis. They also helped me to try something totally…
  • Doing the Work

    23 Apr 2014 | 3:09 pm
    As my loyal readers know, meditation has been a struggle for me. I've posted about it a lot, but especially here:Meditation Has Annoyed Meand here:Practical Meditation...NotPretty easy to get the picture, even from the titles, right?In the post above, a year ago, I wrote about reading How to Mediate by Lawrence LeShan, followed by The Medium, the Mystic and the Physicist. These were some big, powerful reads for me, and both books inspired me to learn more. After waiting a year, last week, I traveled to Connecticut to attend the 5 day LeShan Healing Seminar, to learn this little-known…
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    BlissPlan.com

  • Natural Cleaning Products You (Probably) Have In Your Home

    Sydney Johnston
    26 Jul 2014 | 8:25 am
    There are lots of products you have in your home right now that are superb natural cleaning products. Like vinegar, oils, baking soda. So why not try these organic cleaning products first and only use the toxic ones if you absolutel must use them to get your home clean. Your health will thank you. And […]
  • Natural Cleaning Products You (Probably) Have In Your Home, Part 2

    Sydney Johnston
    26 Jul 2014 | 8:24 am
      <== PREVIOUS   6. A Gunky Iron Iron Can Damage Your Precious Clothing Image: Wikihow Here are six different ways to clean an iron. Yes, it might take a bit of time but it's better than replacing scorched clothes.    7. Sticky Mess? Homemade Gunk Remover to the Rescue   Image: Rosy Blu Handmade What a fantastic product […]
  • Natural Cleaning Products You (Probably) Have In Your Home, Part 3

    Sydney Johnston
    26 Jul 2014 | 8:22 am
      <== PREVIOUS   11. Light Maintenance For Your Cutting Boards Image: Pure Living Cutting boards save our fingers and hands from knife gouges as we accidentally cut ourselves, but there's no doubt that they can quickly become unsanitary. We can wash off all traces of the foods we've cut but particles dig into the boards and […]
  • Natural Cleaning Products You (Probably) Have In Your Home, Part 4

    Sydney Johnston
    26 Jul 2014 | 8:19 am
      <== PREVIOUS   16. How To Kill The 10 Million Bacteria Per Square Inch on Your Sponge Image: Penn State University Dr Charles Gerba, professor of microbiology at the University of Arizona, claims that our toilet seats are cleaner than the kitchen sponge! So clean your non-metallic sponge often by running it through the microwave on high […]
  • Natural Cleaning Products You (Probably) Have In Your Home, Part 5

    Sydney Johnston
    26 Jul 2014 | 8:18 am
      <== PREVIOUS   21. Avoid A Marathon Shower-Cleaning Session With A Dishwand Image: Amazon Cleaning the shower can be such a back-breaking job that many of us avoid it until the shower is so grungy we can't stand it any longer. Let's face it: dried soap scum isn't inspiring! But if we keep an inexpensive dishwand […]
 
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    World Vitae

  • The Last Skincare Product You’ll Ever Need

    Toffler
    28 Jul 2014 | 11:14 am
    How much money do you spend on beauty and skincare products? Do you have drawers and cabinets full of lotions, potions, gels, and creams, half used, mostly used, or unopened? What if you could buy one, very affordable, multipurpose, all natural product that would work for most of your beauty routine and take care of most of your skincare needs, would that interest you? It’s COCONUT OIL. Yes, the same thing you cook with, that’s good for keto-adapting and bulletproof coffee, and that 60′s sunbathers slathered on their skin. Coconut oil is very affordable; at less than $0.60…
  • From Sunburn to Suntan in Under 24 Hours

    Toffler
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:05 am
    It’s summer time, and with beaches, hiking, traveling and just being out and about, it can be easy to get sun burnt. You forget to put sunscreen on, forget to reapply, the sunscreen doesn’t work, sweat, swimming, or just too many hours, whatever it is, you end up red as a lobster. Last weekend I went to Fire Island, New York, part of the National Seashore administered by the National Parks Service. We started out with a brief early morning ferry ride and sit on the beach (still all before 11am). I put sunscreen on my face in the morning, then reapplied to my face and put some on…
  • Are You in Need of a Cleanse?

    Toffler
    16 Jun 2014 | 9:39 am
    Every few months or so, I like to go through a cleanse–good for the digestive tract, nourishing for the liver, cleansing for the cells, and refreshing for the mind and body. We have a liver, kidneys, skin, and colon to detoxify and pass out all the crap (pun intended) that has accumulated over the years. But with everything in the environment, those organs can be overwhelmed and struggle to keep up. More toxins are coming in than can be dealt with efficiently and effectively. Because I don’t cleanse on a set schedule, I look to my body to provide signs and symptoms that…
  • Are your Favorite Spices Causing you to Bloat?

    Toffler
    12 May 2014 | 12:36 pm
    There are many, many reasons why you may be experiencing bloating after meals.  If you’ve examined the more common causes and addressed all of those issues, but are still suffering from otherwise inexplicable post-meal bloating, I may have the answer for you. Certain spices in your food could be causing your bloating There are a few spices that are considered FODMaPs, which stands for Fermentable Oglio-Di-Mono saccharides and Polyols. Notice the keyword in that phrase: fermentable.  Yes, that’s right, some of your favorite spices are very easily fermented, leading to intestinal…
  • Get “Your Mid-Afternoon Energy Crash” for Free

    Toffler
    8 May 2014 | 2:35 pm
    Together with Amazon, I have put together a very special offer for you! You can download Your Mid-Afternoon Energy Crash and What You Can Do About It for FREE next week between May 12-16, 2014. This Kindle book will teach you how to get more out of your afternoon–productivity, energy, or family time–while enabling you to feel alert, vital, and focused. About the Book In this book, you’ll get the secret solution to: Beat the afternoon slump by understanding your causes and triggers. Change the lifestyle factors that cause your tiredness. And, find complementary ways to stay alert…
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    EFT Radio - Tapping Techniques

  • Feeling stuck, uneasy and more? Maybe you’re being prepared for something great

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:23 pm
    Feeling unmotivated? I have an amazing guest. She’s an author, highly intuitive and well – it’s time for me to come “out of the closet” about being so intuitive so to speak. Join me, Karin Davidson, for this special show. For the last year I have been through heck… unmotivated, a fear ball in my ...Read More
  • The Real Self and Self Concept with A Course in Miracles

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    27 Jul 2014 | 11:14 am
    Can we distinguish between our real self and our self concept? There is stability and certainty in one and instability and uncertainty in the other. It is the difference between reality and illusion and the dreamer and the dream. When you look in the mirror you see a reflected image of your physical self. There ...Read More
  • Just Go For It! The Mindset of A Successful EFT Practitioner

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    27 Jul 2014 | 11:14 am
    Your EFT Business will be a roller coaster ride: there will be decisions that come easily, and choices that will be hard, overwhelming, and scary. Most people have a mental strategy whereby they talk themselves out of taking action when presented with an opportunity, waiting for the ideal moment. What if the ideal moment is ...Read More
  • A Stranger In My Bed; a spouse’s journey through PTSD

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    26 Jul 2014 | 8:12 pm
    Author Debbie Sprague shares the reality of her husband and family’s experiences with PTSD. The contagion, costs and ultimately triumphs of this condition that affects so many of our veterans and their families – physically, emotionally, spiritually, financially and mentally. Her long road takes us through the ups and downs as well as practicalities of ...Read More
  • Weight Loss Surgery: Should I or Shouldn’t I?

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    26 Jul 2014 | 8:06 pm
    Feel like surgery is your only answer? Desperate enough to get rid of the weight that you’re willing to go under the knife? In this episode, Joella will discuss some of the pros and cons of turning to weight loss surgery such as Gastric Bypass and Lap Band to lose weight and will interview a ...Read More
 
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    FreddaBranyon.com

  • Ten Unhealthy Breakfast Options

    Fredda Branyon
    16 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    A healthy breakfast can set the tone for nutritious choices all day long. Consider these not-so-healthy breakfast foods sabotage. Low- or no-fiber cereals Source: change.org Cereal that is high in carbohydrates and sugar and low in fiber will causeq your blood sugar to spike, then quickly drop—which can lead to mid-morning cravings and moodiness. Nutritionist Mitzi Dulan, RD, author of The Pinterest Diet, recommends choosing cereal with at least 3 grams of fiber per serving. Boost the fiber further by adding berries, a sprinkle of wheat germ or flaxseed, or sliced almonds.   Breakfast…
  • Are E-Cigarettes Really Helping Smokers Quit? (Part 2)

    Fredda Branyon
    9 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    Image c/o Flickr A Olin The success that the e-cigarette manufacturers have attained over the past year has been tremendous. With $2 billion in sales, there seems to be no stopping the proliferation of e-cigarettes. However, the big question remains—can it replace tobacco smoking? This seems to be the question everybody is waiting to be answered. Will it be able to help smokers quit or become a device that just maintains a smoker’s habit? Since e-cigarettes have been around only for quite some time, there is only a limited amount of information available to consumers. The e-cigarette…
  • Are E-Cigarettes Really Helping Smokers Quit? (Part 1)

    Fredda Branyon
    2 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    image c/o Flickr Jano71 The e-cigarette business is an emerging industry, already gaining massive popularity among smokers and nonsmokers alike. Smokers are grabbing the chance to quit tobacco smoking and switch to a seemingly less harmful alternative. Non-smokers, on the other hand, are eager to try this tobacco-free smoke. Despite the growing success of the e-cigarette, its true effectiveness remains a big debate among health experts. According to some health professionals, there is a risk that promoting e-cigarettes can actually promote tobacco use, re-normalizing it. The U.S. Food and…
  • Seven Ways to Avoid Stress and Prevent Heart Disease (Part 2)

    Fredda Branyon
    25 Jun 2014 | 12:00 am
    Everyone feels stress in different amounts and reacts to it in different ways. How much stress you feel and how you react to it can lead to a wide variety of health problems — and that’s why it’s critical to know what you can do about it. When stress is constant, your body remains in high gear off and on for days or weeks at a time. Although the link between stress and heart disease isn’t clear, chronic stress may cause some people to drink too much alcohol which can increase your blood pressure and may damage the artery walls. Here’s the continuation of the previous article about…
  • Seven Ways to Avoid Stress and Prevent Heart Disease (Part 1)

    Fredda Branyon
    18 Jun 2014 | 12:00 am
    Stress is a normal part of life. But if left unmanaged, stress can lead to emotional, psychological, and even physical problems, including heart disease, high blood pressure, chest pains, or irregular heart beats. Even if you are healthy in every other aspects, especially when you’re the type who exercises often and eat vegetables regularly, stress can still affect your heart. When you’re under chronic stress, your immune system produces the stress hormones cortisol and adrenaline, and inflammatory proteins called cytokines, including interleukin-6. This chronic inflammation leads to…
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    International Hypnosis Research Institute

  • Hypnosis Re-Defined

    28 Jul 2014 | 3:09 pm
    by Tim Brunson PhD Over the past several centuries there have been multiple definitions of the word hypnosis. Yet these definitions too often reflect empirical observations rather than a true understanding the nature of hypnosis. Lookin... [More]
  • Christine Clarke-Swift

    27 Jul 2014 | 11:16 pm
    Christine Clarke-Swift is a speaker, trainer, Certified Hypnotist, Life Strategist Coach, Certified HypnoBirthing(R) Practitioner and a NGH Certified Instructor . She achieved a MS in Community Psychology and BS in Human Services. Christin...
  • Hypnosis for Pain Relief HD

    26 Jul 2014 | 12:58 pm
  • Hypnosis for dental anxiety.

    24 Jul 2014 | 4:48 pm
    Dental anxiety can be a hindrance to treatment. It is prevalent, so helping patients to overcome it should not be regarded as the province of a specialist. Hypnosis can be effective but is underused. A comparison of the conscious, alert state and hy...
  • The Efficacy of Hypnotherapy in the Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome...

    24 Jul 2014 | 11:18 am
    Full title: The Efficacy of Hypnotherapy in the Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Background/Aims: Hypnotherapy is considered as a promising intervention for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), but the evide...
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    First of Nine: Tensegrity Blog

  • New sound therapy album from Taking Care Sound Tribe!

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    9 Jul 2014 | 11:05 am
    The Taking Care Sound Tribe shed blood, sweat, tears… and, a pancreas, making a sound therapy album of the highest calibre. The recording process brought our deepest vulnerabilities to surface. Splints were removed, playing with wounds not yet healed. The making of a sound healing album is a conversation in compassion, holding space to truly hear one another. Not only in the music, but in the dialogue between takes. The actual time with instruments in hand is the smallest of parts. It’s a big challenge taking one’s spiritual practice and facing a microphone. One moment…
  • Basic programming

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    6 May 2014 | 7:46 am
    10 PRINT “LOVE” 20 GOTO 10 RUN LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE Hamid : ) firstofnine.wordpress.com • compassionartspdx.com • takingcareportland.com Just finding First of Nine: Tensegrity Blog? Deep dive with massage articles, photography, video and music in Portland, Oregon’s Cancer Survivroship and Bodywork Zine! • Can personal injury improve your massage therapy practice? • Some folks • The Taking Care Sound Tribe goes to the recording studio psst… Like First of Nine on Facebook! psst… psst… Follow Hamid on Twitter!
  • Can personal injury improve your massage therapy practice?

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    30 Mar 2014 | 11:16 am
    Sprains, strains, cuts, contusions, breaks, concussions… There are so many ways to get hurt! Massage therapists know, because we see the gamut of ways human beings get injured in our bodywork practices. But, what happens when a massage therapist gets injured? How can a personal injury improve your massage and bodywork practice? I’ve been exploring this topic, having recently been in an auto accident. Fella from Kansas, decided to make a right turn from a middle lane and got me good. It was his first day in Portlandia. Bygones. Improve your body mechanics. An injury forces us to…
  • Chicken wings!

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    29 Mar 2014 | 9:13 am
    I was at New Season’s the other day and snagged a pound of marinated buffalo chicken wings at the meat counter. Cranked up the over to 375 degrees and threw the wings in a baking dish. Steamed a bunch of organic green beans and broccoli. Took about thirty minutes from first broccoli chop to happy devouring. Cancer survivors… You can still eat the foods ya dig. It’s simply a matter of proportion. Hamid : ) firstofnine.wordpress.com • compassionartspdx.com • takingcareportland.com Just finding First of Nine: Tensegrity Blog? Deep dive with massage articles, photography,…
  • A globe endure

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    8 Mar 2014 | 10:40 am
    How much can a globe endure before her atmosphere shatters? Caretakers, gather your hearts. Take care of this tiny world. So say we all. -Hamid : ) firstofnine.wordpress.com • compassionartspdx.com • takingcareportland.com Just finding First of Nine: Tensegrity Blog? Deep dive with massage articles, photography, video and music in Portland, Oregon’s Cancer Survivorship and Bodywork Zine!! • Favorite Mug • Myofascial mechanoreceptors • A massage therapist goes to Md Anderson Cancer Center psst… Like First of Nine on Facebook!
 
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    Vintage Amanda

  • 6 Natural Alpha Hydroxy Acids for Smoother Skin

    Amanda Cook
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:07 am
    “Is it supposed to tingle quite this much?” I remember asking the esthetician. Reclining in the treatment chair for my supposedly relaxing pre-flight facial, I wasn’t feeling very relaxed.  As the ‘tingling’ sensation got even stronger, I debated about whether I should ‘tough it out’ and risk a red-face for the next few days, or ask her to take it off.  (This was back in my corporate road-warrior days when I had access to the business class lounge, and ahhh, pre-flight spa treatments!) The peeling masque was eventually rinsed off (yes, I toughed…
  • 5 easy homemade beauty recipes

    Amanda Cook
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:43 am
    I think I was destined to work in natural beauty, because I’ve always been fascinated by what’s in our beauty products. I remember sitting in the bath and reading the side of the shampoo bottle.  The ingredients baffled me.  Sodium laura what?  What was that stuff in my shampoo?  Where did it come from?  Did they use these ingredients just so I couldn’t make it myself?  (From a very young age I was already into cooking and making things myself!) Of course then I didn’t think about the possible health consequences of slathering myself with chemicals everyday.
  • Clear Thinking Balm (for stress + headaches)

    Amanda Cook
    14 Jul 2014 | 2:09 am
    Sometimes product ideas can sit with you for months – years even – before you get around to making them.  You need a little push.  At least, I do. Recently I spent a day in Paris with Kimberly Wilson doing a natural perfumery workshop.  Giving a workshop while travelling is always a challenge – what ingredients to bring and what can you buy when you arrive?  I took the Eurostar from London with a suitcase filled with essential oils, beeswax, bottles + jars, labels, pens, and a huge amount of herbal tea for the day.  But I wasn’t expecting to make this. A quick…
  • On the search for forgotten remedies and beauty treats

    Amanda Cook
    19 Jun 2014 | 4:40 am
    I like to snoop around other people’s kitchens and bathrooms like most people do with bookshelves. (Ok, I like looking at bookshelves too!) This happens especially when I travel.  I’m always so curious to see what people use as a normal everyday food, remedy or beauty product, that hasn’t made it into mainstream use. When I lived in Paris, I was surprised to have the pharmacist give me a tube of calendula (marigold) salve, instead of hydrocortisone.  (Little discoveries like these in the French pharmacies set me on my path into herbal remedies!) In Vietnam, I…
  • 3 simple ways to feel better this spring

    Amanda Cook
    24 Mar 2014 | 8:50 am
    “What changes do you make to get ready for spring?” That’s the question I asked yesterday at the start of my spring natural beauty workshop.  Just asking the question seemed to puzzle people.  Aside from switching our wardrobe, most of us don’t think about how the change of seasons might impact how we feel.  But it does.  Well, it does if you’re tuned into it. Our never-changing lifestyles are a new phenomenon.  Our great-grandmothers (and their great-grandmothers) would have lived in sync with the seasons because they had to.  Imagine: before electricity…
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    Hypnosis Health Notes

  • Using the power of hypnosis to heal body and mind

    26 Jul 2014 | 9:04 am
    The article below is a reprint of an article from the New York Times HealthScience section.My husband, Richard, smoked cigarettes for 50 years, having failed several attempts to quit on his own. When a friend told him in August 1994 that hypnosis had enabled her to quit, he decided to give it a try. "It didn't work; I wasn't hypnotized," he declared after his one and only session. But it did work; since that day, he has not taken one puff of a cigarette.Gloria Kanter of Boynton Beach, Florida, thought her attempt in 1985 to use hypnosis to overcome her fear of flying had failed. "When the…
  • Falsified research led to the "low-fat heart-healthy" guidelines

    26 Jun 2014 | 12:28 pm
    As journalist Paul John Scott (not to be confused with John Paul Scott, the only Alcatraz inmate to conclusively reached San Francisco during an escape attempt) writes in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Minnesota bears the blame for the wrong-headed low-fat diet that has been promoted by the FDA: We embraced the erroneous low-fat paradigm because a University of Minnesota-based expert named Ancel Keys had a gut feeling that saturated fat caused heart disease; collected carefully chosen data from dietary practices in Greece and Italy to back up his hunch, then brushed off all…
  • Ribbon Cutting Event at ChangeWorks/Midwest Hypnotherapy Academy

    2 Jun 2014 | 2:16 pm
    ChangeWorks/MHA "One of the best things to happen in Apple Valley," says Mayor Mary Hamann-Roland.Yesterday, Monday, May 19th, we held our ribbon cutting event with our clients, the Apple Valley Chamber of Commerce and representatives from the City of Apple Valley and Minnesota Representative Anna Wills. The ceremony marked the expansion of ChangeWorks Hypnosis Center into it's new, larger space in Apple Valley, and the official launch of the Midwest Hypnotherapy Academy, a state of Minnesota licensed school.  Apple Valley Mayor Mary Hamann-Roland and Ed Kearney of the Apple Valley…
  • 11 Mar 2014 | 8:22 am

    11 Mar 2014 | 8:22 am
    It's OFFICIAL!   We are now a Minnesota State Licensed Private School and so after several months of hard work and more hard work, our application with the Minnesota State Department of Higher Education has been approved and our license is here--suitable for framing, even! Now begins more hard work, but the fun stuff really.  Now we can legally let you know what our curriculum will be, advertise and market and accept students! We'll be teaching our first modules in the fall of this year, 2014.  Learn more about the curriculum we'll be teaching at our hypnosis center website…
  • Neurofeedback, addictions program, & the Midwest Hypnotherapy Academy

    10 Jan 2014 | 1:33 pm
    Happy New Year!Jody & I hope that your holiday season was full of love and laughter, and wish you abundance and fulfillment in the New Year! We have a lot to be grateful for here at ChangeWorks.  I know I haven't sent out any emails or updates lately, so I wanted to share what we've been up to and what you can expect in 2014! New Midwest Hypnotherapy Academy opens in 2014!First, we are well on our way to becoming a Minnesota State licensed school of hypnotherapy!  The legal name of the school is the Midwest Hypnotherapy Academy.  We'll be opening our classes in 2014.
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    Clifton Park Nutritionist, Chiropractor

  • Nutritional support for getting and staying sober

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:14 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Ways to encourage success getting sober Headed for the donut tray at the AA meeting? It’s not uncommon for people recovering from alcoholism or other addictions to report a ravenous sweet tooth. Alcohol is essentially fermented sugar and is frequently mixed with something sweet, so the alcoholic goes into recovery with a raging sugar addiction already established. Also, addiction in general spikes blood sugar; going cold turkey can cause drops in blood sugar and symptoms of hypoglycemia. This in turn causes sugar cravings…
  • Defend yourself with antioxidants and glutathione

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    15 Jul 2014 | 4:01 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Good antioxidant is key to fighting disease You’ve probably seen antioxidant labels on foods and supplements, but what does it mean exactly and what is the best antioxidant to choose? Antioxidant means it prevents oxidation, a process that happens to all cells in nature, including those in the human body. Oxidation happens when oxygen interacts with cells and it’s what makes an apple turn brown, metal rust, or food go rotten. In the body oxidation is a normal part of cell turnover. However, a small minority of oxidized…
  • Natural pain relief for grief and heartbreak

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    8 Jul 2014 | 6:59 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Grief and heartbreak are real pain to the brain When someone breaks your heart, a loved one dies, or tragedy of another nature hits you, people often report the grief feels like a physical pain. That’s because your brain reacts to heartbreak or grief the way it would to an injury. Knowing this can help us put some natural pain-relieving strategies to work when grief is threatening to pull us under. I can’t promise a way out — it seems the most enduring medicine for emotional pain is still the passage of time and…
  • Why getting high on life is good for your immune system

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    2 Jul 2014 | 3:30 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Doing things that make you feel good regulate immune health We all like things that make us high on life — that feel-good rush after exercising, a good belly laugh, playful activities with friends, meditation, a good massage, or a loved one’s touch. These are examples of things that release endorphins, the body’s chemicals that give us a natural high. But endorphins do more that make us feel good; endorphins are necessary for proper immune function. In fact, some studies suggest people with chronic illness suffer from low…
  • 8 Healthy Habits to Better Manage Adrenal Fatigue

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    24 Jun 2014 | 4:54 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: How to ease back into more energy Do you always feel tired in the afternoon, wake up groggy, or feel flattened by exercise? You might suffer from a common condition called adrenal fatigue, in which the body can’t respond properly to life’s stresses. Some other signs and symptoms of adrenal fatigue include: Overwhelming fatigue Insomnia, especially between 2 and 4 a.m. The afternoon ‘blahs’ Cravings for salt, sugar or stimulants, especially in the afternoon Lightheadedness upon standing Chronic low blood pressure…
 
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    Temples of India

  • Speciality of Aavani moolam

    arul
    27 Jul 2014 | 7:30 pm
    According to sages Gayathri mantra is recited every day three times by human beings and people who cannot afford to do it can do it atleast every month from moolam star to avittam star by obseving fasting by having only one time food on those five days which will provide blessings from planet saturn who are affected by it during its transit according to their birth charts.During  those days one has to avoid sweets, salt and other ingredients.On this aavani moolam day malaikottai girivalam is special.Thanks to agasthiar archives.
  • Kadabayathi suthra

    arul
    25 Jul 2014 | 4:30 am
    Pandavas mother kunthi devi has got a boon from sage durvasa maharishi for her service. Sage durvasa maharishi had taught kunthi devi several mantras and one among them is kadabayathi suthra by worshipping astabhuja durgai on astami tithi.One of the simple drop of kadabayathi suthra is today's numerology.Thanks to agasthiar archives.
  • Scientific truth of fasting on shasti

    arul
    20 Jul 2014 | 7:30 pm
    Married Couples  generally fast on shasti tithi for getting a child.Scientifically minimum temperature has to be maintained by a human body for living.But in this fast paced world it is not possible.This energy called as agni shakthi is provided by doing pooja on tuesdays, shasti, karthigai and pooram star which helps in keeping the body healthy.  Thanks to agasthiar archives.
  • Worshipping vinayagar on chathurthi

    arul
    17 Jul 2014 | 9:30 pm
    Worshipping lord vinayagar who is in sitting posture, standing posture, dancing posture, sleeping posture with garlands made of 4 types of flowers from water, land, tree and flower plant spreading on a tree with 4 types of sweets will help in removing obstacles in all good things which are undertaken by people. Thanks to agasthiar archives.
  • Speciality of Magamagam pond

    arul
    13 Jul 2014 | 7:30 pm
    Magamagam pond is a special pond as 12 years once grand festival is conducted during tamil month of Maasi.Coming round magamagam pond 16 times on a pournami day and worshipping in 16 mandapams around it will remove the obstacles caused by pithru dosha which cause delay in marriage and will bring ancestors blessings along with blessings of lord Varuna.  Thanks to agasthiar archives.
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    betterhealthwashington.com

  • Can Your Diet Really Affect Inflammation?

    Lauren Cosgrove
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:45 pm
    Anti-inflammatory diets are far from just a fad. While we won’t promise you’ll drop a dress size in a week, anti-inflammatory diets should be treated as an eating plan for life. For ages, experts have recognized the key link between diet and illness; constant inflammation can lead to ill health including heart disease, high blood […]
  • Juvenile Arthritis and Massage Therapy

    Lauren Cosgrove
    16 Jul 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Juvenile arthritis (JA) is much more than a pint-sized version of the rheumatoid condition that we find in adults. Rather, it is an umbrella term for a condition that affects the musculoskeletal system of more than 300,000 young kids under the age of 16. Juvenile arthritis can include a wide variety of symptoms such as […]
  • Why You Need a Monthly Facial

    Lauren Cosgrove
    9 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Problem skin can do a lot to mess with our self-esteem, leading to anxiety or even depression in extreme cases. And with so many “quick fix” promises, it is easy to get frustrated when they don’t give us the results we hope they will. Luckily, there are a variety of facial treatments available, each designed […]
  • Summertime Skin Care Tips

    Lauren Cosgrove
    2 Jul 2014 | 3:20 pm
    Summer means bathing suits, beaches and bronzed skin. You may be craving the summer sun, but don’t let your skin pay the price. Follow these time-tested tips to keep your skin protected and vibrant all summer long! 1. Apply sunscreen religiously. Excessive sun exposure is responsible for premature aging and the development of skin cancer, […]
  • 3 Natural Solutions to Back Pain Relief

    Lauren Cosgrove
    26 Jun 2014 | 10:51 am
    According to the National Institutes of Health, eight out of every ten people will suffer from back pain at some point in their life, and most of the time it is caused by something very minor – sitting at an office chair for too long, for example, or sleeping on your stomach. While back pain […]
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    About Meditation

  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Start Practicing Mindfulness Right Now

    Morgan Dix
    27 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    Mindfulness is everywhere right now. But do you know what it actually is? Like many things that get press coverage and go mainstream, it’s easy to think you know all about it. But what if, like most people, you’re still not clear what the profound benefits of mindfulness actually are? And what if those benefits aren’t as far away as you might think? Odds are, if you really knew how much it could change your life—and how quickly—you’d be practicing it right now. My goal is to convince you of that. What Is Mindfulness? So what is mindfulness? First, a formal definition…
  • Why Is Meditation So Damn Hard? (Part 2)

    Morgan Dix
    17 Jul 2014 | 4:05 am
    Do you find it challenging to meditate? Do you fall asleep sometimes and struggle to find the peace you’re looking for? Why is meditation so hard? These are the questions that kicked off part one of this two part blog series exploring the challenge of meditation. Let’s pick up where the previous post left off and explore the last three reasons why you might find this practice is hard to start  and tougher to maintain over the long haul. 6 Reasons Why Meditation Is So Damn Hard In the previous post we covered the first three reasons. Now let’s look at reasons 4-6. You Have…
  • Why Is Meditation So Damn Hard? (Part 1)

    Morgan Dix
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:47 pm
    Who ever said meditation was easy? Have you ever wondered why you can’t quiet your mind? Are you frustrated that it churns out non-sense, stress, and anxiety faster than snowflakes in a blizzard? Do you get frustrated when you sit down to meditate and suddenly the volume in your head goes to 11? You’re not alone. In the face of these experiences, most people give up. But that’s a big mistake. You see, there’s a good reason why people retreat to caves for years on end to practice. Meditation is hard. There’s no easy way around it. Sure, there are a million simple techniques…
  • How Do You Model Mindfulness for Your Children?

    Betsi Iris
    3 Jul 2014 | 8:03 am
    Are you teaching mindfulness to your kids? It may be more important than you think. Imagine it from their perspective…You get to school on time carrying your backpack. It’s filled with hours of finished homework, your computer, phone and lunch. You’re only seven and you’re already running to keep up with a busy schedule. Not just at school but at home too! You’re tired and just want to play or ride your bike. But after school you have a new list of obligations… Even the youngest among us are feeling the speed of our accelerating world. I have found that the perfect remedy for the…
  • How to Breathe in Meditation: Finding the Approach that’s Best for You

    Morgan Dix
    27 Jun 2014 | 12:56 pm
    Do you get distracted by your breath in meditation? A lot of people struggle with this. You’re not alone. So what is the right way to breathe when you meditate? How To Breathe in Meditation There are a few ways to answer this. First, the answer depends on your particular practice. Is it yogic breathing, like pranayama? Or is it Vipassana, which uses the breath and bodily sensations as an object to focus your attention? Maybe it’s something different. Second, it’s easy to get distracted thinking about your breath when you meditate. Should it be deeper? Should it be longer? Should you…
 
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    Spirituality and Health Connect

  • Conquer migraine headaches! It’s good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    13 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    © Glow Images. Model used for illustrative purposes. If you were a migraine sufferer, would you  want to just ‘manage’ headaches,  or permanently conquer them? I know what my preference would be! It’d be complete freedom from them. My choice isn’t based on pie-in-the-sky thinking. Despite the view that this ailment remains incurable, there is a way to conquer migraine headaches, and it’s good for your health. My Story As a child, I experienced severe migraine headaches. My parents tried to find a cure for them. Doctors were consulted, drugs prescribed, and treatments undertaken.
  • Forgive and forget! It’s good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    15 Jun 2014 | 12:00 pm
    © Glow Images. Model used for illustrative purposes Forgive and forget! It’s easy to say, but often hard to do. While forgiveness is good for the soul, there’s another benefit from being a forgiving person – it’s good for your health. No one wants to keep reliving the moment when someone said or did something unkind, or carry around hurt feelings, or grudges. It’s downright unpleasant. What we most want is to gain emotional freedom from a hurtful experience – to forgive and forget. 1. Make a pearl When someone gets under your skin or rubs you the wrong way, stay calm. Employ…
  • Warm-as-toast thinking is good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    2 Jun 2014 | 12:00 pm
    © Glow images. Model used for illustrative purposes. At this time of year, enjoying the delights of Winter is all about cosy fires, warm hats, snuggling up in bed at night and keeping warm.  While staying ‘toasty’ is the name-of-the-game, spiralling energy costs do make you think twice before firing up the heater. So in addition to the usual suggestions, here are some warm-as-toast ways that don’t  break the bank. Keep up social interaction. Going into hibernation mode during winter months isn’t good for your mental or physical state. It can lead to feelings of social exclusion,…
  • Renovate thinking. It’s good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    27 May 2014 | 12:00 pm
    ©Glow images. Models used for illustrative purposes. Renovation shows are so popular on TV. But there’s a different kind of makeover – one that doesn’t deal with outward things that others can see. The one I’m thinking of is more private, personal and intimate in nature. It’s what I call a “facelift” for the mind – a way to renovate thinking, and it’s good for your health. Renovate your thinking Giving one’s thinking a makeover might seem a radical proposal, but it can be a life-changer. Some people have gone on to inhabit a happier frame of mind. Others have…
  • Mentally Soar! It’s good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    21 May 2014 | 8:28 pm
    © Hot air balloons over Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia. Photo: Beverly Goldsmith Feeling down-in the-dumps is not uncommon. But when dejection strikes, it’s time to fire-up your “thought-burners”, experience that mental lift-off which allows your spirits to rise, and mentally soar above despondency. Such action is good for your health. Let your thought rise. Four colorful hot air balloons hovered over the Melbourne Cricket Ground.  From my 20th floor room, I watched them soar upward and away with effortless ease. This reminded me how to rise out of gloom when our spirits…
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    Find Wholeness

  • Nettle: An Incredibly Versatile Herb

    Find Wholeness
    7 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    If you are looking to stock your herbal medicine cabinet, nettle leaf is a staple for this purpose. The herb is considered a “spring tonic,” since that is when it is traditionally harvested and it has so many medicinal uses. It is inexpensive to buy dried nettle, but it can be harvested yourself, if you’d like (just make sure to wear gloves). If you can’t find anywhere to harvest nettle, you can plant it at home in a pot. It can be invasive when planted directly in the ground, though, and the last thing you want is a yard full of a plant that hurts when you touch…
  • Reinventing Tea – How to Brew Like a Pro

    Find Wholeness
    22 Jun 2014 | 3:46 pm
    Anybody who knows me knows that I love tea. I drink about 3 cups of hot green tea per day, sometimes more, even in the summertime. I also recently got a tattoo of a steaming cup of tea on my left arm, which symbolizes my mother (from whom I learned this wonderful habit). So naturally, I was very interested when I reached the tea brewing segment of Herbal Academy of New England’s Introductory Herbal Course. I recently signed up for the course and have finally had some time to really dive in, and what do you know, I learned something already! Did you know that you don’t have to…
  • Summer 2014 Update

    Find Wholeness
    3 Jun 2014 | 11:40 am
    My blog will be back in business very soon! I enrolled for an herbalism course that begins this month, and I plan to blog more often as I work my way through it. I have been focusing most of my time and energy on getting my soap making business off the ground (while working full time and doing freelance design work for extra cash), so I have let my blogging fall to the wayside. One day maybe my side businesses can be my full time job. One can hope, anyway!
  • Homemade Tattoo Balm Recipe

    Find Wholeness
    19 Mar 2014 | 7:43 am
    A little over two weeks ago, my boyfriend and I had appointments for new tattoos. In the past, I have always used my tattoo artist’s recommendations for tattoo aftercare, but since I’ve gone sorta crunchy, I wanted to try to avoid petroleum-based products this time around. I did some research and found that even some natural ingredients (like coconut oil, tea tree essential oil and aloe vera) may draw ink out of a new tattoo; so I was very careful in choosing my ingredients. Since I’m a soap maker, I wanted to use homemade bar soap for cleaning our ink, rather than buying a…
  • Product Review: Grace Green Beauty’s PEACEful Face Moisturizer

    Find Wholeness
    27 Feb 2014 | 9:07 am
    I first discovered Grace Green Beauty on Twitter, when the company followed my page – and they had me at “organic and handmade”! I am all for supporting small business, especially in the green beauty department. So I contacted the company about doing a product review for them. The owner, Tempal Hitt, graciously agreed to send me a sample of her PEACEful Face Anti-Aging Face Moisturizer to try out – in full size, no less (I was delighted, as I was almost out of the moisturizer I’d been using) – and she even threw in a trial size of her original BodyFood.
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    You Can Meditate Today

  • How Being Grateful Can Change Your Life

    admin
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:23 am
    Gratitude is the quality or feeling of being thankful for the gifts and favors others give to us. It is the emotion we use to express appreciation and joy when receiving a gift. As simple as it may seem, gratitude is a powerful agent that transform our lives in deeply phenomenal ways. According to research done at George Mason University, gratitude is a critical main ingredient for living a happy life. Gratitude Key to Happiness According to Dr. Todd Kashdan of George Mason University, letting yourself to be grateful is the best way to achieve happiness. Dr. Kashdan did a research that…
  • Meditation for Students

    admin
    15 Jul 2014 | 9:50 am
    Meditation makes you an excellent student.  Today, most students are faced with the alarming rise of classroom stress arising from various causative factors such as demanding academic achievement standards, social anxiety & depression and school violence. Schools and students can take advantage of the immense benefit of meditation to help the students get better grades and be better students. Here is how meditation can benefit students in high school and colleges: Improved Concentration Frequent meditation exercises can help students concentrate better and have more mental focus. Young…
  • Benefits of Meditation for the Elderly

    admin
    7 Jul 2014 | 9:57 pm
    Meditation is an age-old practice that has been used to quiet the mind and attain a higher spiritual experience. In the recent past, new findings show that meditation is beneficial to the elderly in a number of great ways. More and more doctors now believe that meditation is one of the best tools for mental, emotional and physical health of the elderly. Here, we look at the top five Benefits of Meditation for the Elderly: Improves Memory Meditation activates the hippocampus and the frontal lobe areas of the brain, which serve the role of maintaining both long term and short term memory.
  • Why meditation can help you

    admin
    26 Jun 2014 | 5:04 am
    It doesn’t make sense when you are told to retreat relax and meditate when in a financial crisis. It’s rather reasonable that you don’t settle down until you come out of that huge financial burden that is tolling down on you. Meditation? Ooh please no! It has been said that people who don’t meditate are often more ignorant and are susceptible to making careless rushed choices that plunges them in a deeper trouble than the one they are in. This is why it’s important to free your mind and relax when in a financial crisis. It will help a million miles and you will be amazed at how…
  • Meditation for the Family

    admin
    15 Jun 2014 | 10:05 am
     Why is Meditation for the family important? Perhaps families should take more keen attention on meditation and how it can Foster positive relationships in the family. Meditation today is something that is rarely exercised because of the rapid change in lifestyles that leaves no room for retreating and relaxing and hence meditation. There is need to pause and recollect ourselves in the midst of a busy lifestyle that has the toll of budgets, deadlines, expectations duties, deadlines, etc . Importance of meditation for the family Meditation for the family today will help in fostering the…
 
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    Dr. Glidden

  • Hair Loss, Equilibrium, Arthritis, Macular Degeneration

    Peter Glidden ND
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:25 am
    Is your scalp showing through because of hair loss? You don’t have to live with that! Find the way back to healthy hair and a healthy body. July 14, 2014 | Dr Glidden | Fire Your MD Now Celeste’s sister is not enjoying her hair loss. Robert gets dizzy and Troy’s grandmother-in-law has macular degeneration. Terry should have those breast lumps examined for sure. But should Ann stop taking Synthroid, which she has been on for 20 years, now that she is on Youngevity products? Dr. Glidden’s answer might surprise you. Breast Lump, Testimonial 27:21 – Terry in Virginia still has sore…
  • Von Willebrand Disease, Glaucoma, Sickle Cell Anemia, Blood Type Diets

    Peter Glidden ND
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:06 pm
    Do you have von Willebrand Disease with heavy, hard-to-stop bleeding? Support the health of your blood in a new, drug–free, life-changing way! July 10, 2014 | Dr Glidden | Fire Your MD Now Lynne’s friend has von Willebrand disease. Jay thinks Dr. Glidden should talk about the diseases that are crossing the Mexican border into the U.S., and Clinton has a client with sickle cell traits and glaucoma. Did you know there is a diet for your blood type? Dr. Glidden says be sure you are completely nutrified before trying one of those diets. Contagious Disease 30:12 – Jay in Wyoming tells Dr.
  • Rash, Gastritis, Hormones, Swelling, Psoriatic Arthritis

    Peter Glidden ND
    9 Jul 2014 | 2:23 pm
    Does your rash keep you scratching? Tired of the anti-itch creams that don’t work for long? Get to the source of your rash and put an end to it. July 9, 2014 | Dr Glidden | Fire Your MD Now Deanna’s friend has a rash on his legs. Kate has been taking hormone supplementation for 10 years, and Karina’s mom had her gall bladder removed 23 years ago. Alaric is taking apis for swelling. After a colonoscopy Emily’s mother started experiencing a painful knot that moved from her thigh to below her knee. Can you guess what Dr. Glidden thought was going on there? Edema, Swelling 25:22 –…
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis, Estrogen Dominance, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

    Peter Glidden ND
    8 Jul 2014 | 7:44 pm
    Do you have DVI or deep vein thrombosis in your legs? Here’s how you can help your body free itself of the pain and swelling without drugs or surgery! July 8, 2014 | Dr Glidden | Fire Your MD Now Alivey has deep vein thrombosis below his knee. Wendy cries a lot, and Derek has hepatitis C. Jody is a nurse and you can imagine what Dr. Glidden tells her about autoimmune diseases! She takes it well and plans to be rid of her Hashimoto’s thyroiditis by taking medical nutrition. DVI, Deep Vein Thrombosis 25:36 – Alivey (Abi’s younger brother) in Miami started having pain in his leg, but he…
  • Degenerative Disc Disease, Synthroid, Runny Nose, Phytates

    Peter Glidden ND
    7 Jul 2014 | 6:35 pm
    Do you suffer from degenerative disc disease? Free yourself from the weakness, numbness and terrible pain without drugs or surgery. Feel well again. July 7, 2014 | Dr Glidden | Fire Your MD Now Candace’s degenerative disk disease is practically history. David’s blood sugar numbers went down, but Joyce can’t remember a thing. Celeste’s friend had her leg removed and Sadie’s mom has a herniated disk. Can you imagine gaining back 4 inches in height? Dr. Glidden was blown away by Candace’s testimonial. Dr. Huffnpuff 18:58 – Dr. Huffnpuff pontificates. Synthroid 28:37 – Donna in…
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    Body in Balance

  • Kiwi: To Peel Or Not To Peel?

    Amy Goodrich
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:27 am
    Kiwi: To Peel Or Not To Peel?   Kiwis are a delici […] The post Kiwi: To Peel Or Not To Peel? appeared first on Body in Balance.
  • Cherry-Almond Smoothie – Natural Sleeping Potion

    Amy Goodrich
    19 Jul 2014 | 1:40 am
    Cherry-Almond Smoothie – Natural Sleeping Potion […] The post Cherry-Almond Smoothie – Natural Sleeping Potion appeared first on Body in Balance.
  • Juicing vs Blending, Which One Is Better?

    Amy Goodrich
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:22 am
    Juicing vs Blending, Which One Is Better?   Smooth […] The post Juicing vs Blending, Which One Is Better? appeared first on Body in Balance.
  • Heal Back Pain With These 10 Yoga Poses

    Amy Goodrich
    13 Jul 2014 | 7:17 am
    Heal Back Pain With These 10 Yoga Poses   Most peo […] The post Heal Back Pain With These 10 Yoga Poses appeared first on Body in Balance.
  • 10 Tips To Ease Your Way Into A Plant-Based Diet

    Amy Goodrich
    10 Jul 2014 | 4:37 am
    10 Tips To Ease Your Way Into A Plant-Based Diet   […] The post 10 Tips To Ease Your Way Into A Plant-Based Diet appeared first on Body in Balance.
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    Total Health Institute

  • Total darkness at night key to success of cancer treatment

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:28 am
    Exposure to light at night, which shuts off nighttime production of the hormone melatonin, renders breast cancer completely resistant to tamoxifen, a widely used breast cancer drug, says a new study by Tulane University School of Medicine cancer researchers. The study is the first to show that melatonin is vital to the success in treating breast cancer. In the first phase of the study, they kept animals in a daily light/dark cycle of 12 hours of light followed by 12 hours of total darkness (melatonin is elevated during the dark phase) for several weeks. In the second study, they exposed them…
  • Probiotics Decrease Fat Accumulation in the Liver

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    20 Jul 2014 | 6:20 pm
    Spanish scientists have demonstrated through an experiment on obese rats that the consumption of probiotics helps diminish the accumulation of fat in the liver. Researchers have demonstrated that the administration of three probiotic strains diminishes the accumulation of fat in the liver of obese rats. The accumulation of fat in the liver is called steatosis and it constitutes the first stage in the NAFLD disease, which is closely related to obesity and diabetes. Given that the prevalence of these two pathologies, NAFLD has also become a health problem that affects millions of people…
  • Health Benefits and Natural Sources of Vitamin E

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    10 Jul 2014 | 4:07 pm
    Vitamin E contains eight chemical forms (alpha, beta, gamma, delta-tocopherol, and also alpha, beta, gamma, and delta-tocotrienol). Tocopherol is the only form that is recognized to meet human requirements. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant that halts the production of reactive oxygen species formed when fat undergoes oxidation. According to the National Institute of Health, many foods provide efficient quantities of vitamin E. Nuts, seeds, and vegetable oils are the best sources of alpha-tocopherol and significant amounts are in green leafy vegetables. A majority of vitamin E in the…
  • Microwave Ovens – Trading Convenience for Cancer Risk?

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    25 Jun 2014 | 5:55 pm
    For quite some time many have heard of the dangers of microwave ovens. Specifically, that the use of microwave ovens may be linked to an increased risk for cancer. Understandably, this has caused a fair bit of consternation amongst people who are trying to live healthily, and who actively take steps to protect themselves from possible cancer causing agents. As with any controversy, there has been a lot of pushing and pulling between people ‘in the know”, with health advocates arguing against the use of microwave ovens and corporate defenders arguing for their safety. So, what is the…
  • Health Benefits of Oregano

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    23 Jun 2014 | 5:06 am
    Oregano as most know is used for flavoring, however new studies are showing that oregano has many other benefits for its use. The Greeks have used oregano for centuries for aiding in the cure of various ailments. The 19th Century had herbal doctors recommended oregano for general well-being. Constant studies are being performed to generate more uses for increased health benefits of oregano. Oregano does not contain cholesterol and contains dietary fibers which aid in the control of levels in blood cholesterol. Oregano contains Vitamins A and C, calcium, fiber, iron, manganese, Niacin, Omega…
 
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    yourfitnesspoint.com

  • 5 Reasons To Exercise To Boost Your Sex Life!

    Sonali Gupta
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:41 am
    Are you unhappy with your sex life? Are performing well at your job but unable to give the same output on bed? Before spending a single dim on doctor, I would suggest you to give a shot to EXERCISES! Doing exercise has the following effects that can boost your sex life! 1. IMPROVES BLOOD CIRCULATION […]
  • 7 Foods To Get Health Glowing Skin Naturally at Home!

    Sonali Gupta
    15 Jul 2014 | 3:38 am
    People wanting to get healthy and glowing skin generally look for beauty products outside their home. But they forget that the same can be achieved through the natural foods present in their own kitchen. Through this post we will discuss about 7 common foods that can be used to get a healthy and glowing skin […]
  • 8 Best Super Foods And Their Health Benefits!

    Sonali Gupta
    17 May 2014 | 11:11 am
    Find enlisted the 8 best superfoods and their benefits for this scorching summer! 1. NUTMEG The qualities that makes nutmeg a good superfood are – anitmicrobial & anti-inflammatory. And these two properties of nutmeg  are useful for healthy skin and tooth decay. Get some extra bit of antioxidants by having fruits & salads with nutmeg […]
  • How Obesity Shortens Your Life Span – Also Know About The Chief Cause of Obesity!

    Sonali Gupta
    20 Mar 2014 | 12:57 am
    It is rightly said that – “The Longer The Belt, The Shorter The Life”. Do you know that obesity can cut-down the number of years you live? When there is deposition of extra amount of fat on the body then this condition starts becoming fatal for our body. The body finds it very difficult to […]
  • 3 Highly Efficacious Psoriasis Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies & Treatments – (DIETS TO AVOID)!

    Sonali Gupta
    23 Feb 2014 | 8:20 am
    Psoriais is a chronic recurrent papulo-squamous skin disease with silvery grey scaling papules or flakes. Although the condition may occur on any part of the body, the most common sites are surfaces over the knees and elbows. In Ayurveda it is known as eka-kushtha. Blood impurities associated with some emotional factors are mentioned in Ayurveda […]
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    Alternative Medicine Now

  • 5 Ways to Apply Holistic Care to Your Pets

    Narayan Khalsa
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:31 pm
    If you’re a believer in holistic health care and alternative medicine, chances are you treat your body like a temple. You’re highly conscious of what you put into it and the ways you seek to address various health issues. But, how intentional are you about the way you care for your pet? Do you apply those same philosophies to your furry friends? Despite how open your eyes are about the benefits of healthy living, you may be unintentionally harming your pet with traditional pet care practices. The good news is, you can easily turn that around by making a few simple changes. 1. Raw Diet…
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    Cathy's Natural Remedies

  • ‘How to’ Video: $2 SELF-WATERING Garden Bed

    Cathy Heard
    4 Jul 2014 | 9:24 am
    This is absolutely amazing! I really want to make a few of these boxes next year. The bonuses: Self-watering, Cheap, Grow organic food and Share with others. Tell us and others what you think in the comments below. Natural Healing Wisdom & Know How: Useful Practices, Recipes, and Formulas for a Lifetime of Health Amy Rost (Compiler) (59) Buy new: $19.95 $17.34 114 used & new from $7.24The post ‘How to’ Video: $2 SELF-WATERING Garden Bed appeared first on Cathy's Natural Remedies. Related posts: Video: The World’s First Commercial Vertical Farm Two GREAT Ideas to…
  • Vote: Should Community Drinking Water Be Fluoridated?

    Cathy Heard
    3 Jul 2014 | 6:17 am
    You have all heard of Costco, right? It is a membership-only food warehouse and they want you to vote on whether or not water should be fluoridated? You can go here to vote. The Costco Connection has an article on fluoridation which presents both sides of the argument. Howard Pollick takes the Yes side. He is a member of the American Dental Association’s National Fluoridation Advisory Committee as well as a clinical professor of preventive and restorative dentistry. Paul Connett, intakes the No side and is the director f the Fluoride Action Network as well as co-author of The Case…
  • Why Everyone Should Learn To Lucid Dream

    Cathy Heard
    27 Jun 2014 | 7:07 am
    The following is a guest post about lucid dreaming. Enjoy! Imagine this: you’re exploring things and emotions you never thought were possible. You have the opportunity to control anything that goes on, and have the power to change anything if needed. You’re exploring these crazy ideas as if you were doing it in real life, however you’re merely dreaming. Is there a monster chasing you as you lucid dream? No worries – with the power of your mind, you can dismiss that monster and completely modify the dream just the way you want it. So instead of being chased by a monster, you can talk…
  • It Has Been Awhile but I am Back!

    Cathy Heard
    25 Jun 2014 | 7:09 am
    We had a wonderful holiday in Rome and Greece. The food in Rome was amazing and the sites were unbelievable. So much walking but we absolutely loved it. We loved the squares where something was always going on. In Greece, the hills really gave me some exercise and I was able to find some great health foods! I loved the architecture and the great stores. Unfortunately, we returned early due to my sister getting skin cancer (more blogs on this to come). When we returned, we stayed with our daughter, husband and grandson. Needless to say, being around our grandson kept us very busy, which we…
  • My European Vacation Begins!

    Cathy Heard
    31 Mar 2014 | 6:58 am
    We am starting on a two month vacation to Europe. For the next four days, we will be flying, flying, flying. As a result, I highly doubt I will be able to blog. Once we are settled in Rome, and as long as we have great internet, I will return to blogging. I am looking very forward to the natural, non-GMO food in Europe. It will be much easier to eat well. I will post about what I find there and how I enjoy it. After Rome, we are headed to Greece for six weeks for some rest and relaxation. Again, we will be in a country where there are no GMOs! Can’t wait! Next is Lisbon. Getting to…
 
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    Turmeric for Health!

  • Turmeric and Dementia

    TurmericforHealth
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:08 pm
    Dementia is a mainly described by reduction in the person’s ability to perform everyday activities due to decrease in the thinking and memory skills. The person starts to experience short term loss of memory like forgetting where to put certain things, forgetting appointments, etc. Dementia is usually caused by damage in the cells of the […]
  • Turmeric for Chemotherapy Induced Toxicity

    TurmericforHealth
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:01 am
    Cancer is one of the deadliest diseases in the world. This lethal condition has only two types of treatments which are most commonly given to the people who have this disease. The patients are either given radiation therapy or chemotherapy.  Chemotherapy is the process of using chemical agents to inhibit the growth and kill the […]
  • Turmeric and Leukemia

    TurmericforHealth
    16 Jun 2014 | 10:24 pm
    Leukemia is a cancer that causes production of abnormal blood cells (usually white). There are several types of leukemia, classified based on whether it is acute or chronic. Acute lymphocytic leukemia usually affects children, while other types affect adults. Older adults, those exposed to chemical or ionizing radiation, those with Down syndrome, Hodgkin’s disease or […]
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    Prana World

  • Let us Unite to Spread the Light | a 14-day Meditation Journey

    Prana World
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:45 pm
    “When you gather together in a group, the Higher Beings are forced to appear.” Master Choa Kok Sui Watching the TV, reading the news and hearing from friends, we are all aware of the recent natural and man-made calamities happening in various parts of the world! Wars and confusions in the Middle East and Palestine, crushed planes, political insecurities and economical instabilities in South America, Africa and Europe, the question is what we can do about them?! It is easy to sit at our comfortable homes and think we ourselves have lots of problems and disappointments to look into, so…
  • What do You Think? Is Happiness an Inner State or is it Affected by the Environment?

    Prana World
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:41 am
    Facebook0Twitter0Google+0LinkedIn0Pinterest0 Happiness is what most people are searching for in their life. Though many are looking for it, not all achieve it fully. There are times when we feel happy and satisfied and times when we feel down and low. Most people’s lives are composed of continuous moments of happiness and grief. There are only few who can remain happy most of the time, throughout all the ups and downs. But what really bring happiness to our life?! Knowing this simple question can help us discover ways of finding happiness and remaining positive, even though life might…
  • The Impact of GMCKS Teachings on Quality of Life

    Maria Elena García
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:08 pm
    Yes, Master, Thank You, Master! There are no words to fully convey the magnificence of the positive effect of practicing the teachings.  It is quite clear to me by now that most of these benefits – still rippling in infinite expansion – completely escape my awareness. However, there are many concrete examples I have directly experienced in myself and those practitioners I have been blessed to meet on this path, their loved ones and those who received their treatments.  One of the most outstanding is the change of quality of the radiatory field that emanates from those who adopt…
  • Seven Rays and Their Qualities

    Prana World
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:44 pm
    “Understanding the Seven Rays gives you the ability to see people as they are… By seeing people from different aspects, from different facets, your understanding deepens.” Master Choa Kok Sui What are the Seven Rays? To explore this broad subject that many great thinkers and spiritual teachers have discussed including Alice Bailey, Madam Blavatsky, Ernest Wood and Master Choa Kok Sui, we first need to understand what the Seven Rays are. For this matter there are a number of points to consider: 1. There is only one Life and the seven basic qualities or aspects are originated…
  • How to Build a Happy Life by Following 5 Simple Steps

    Prana World
    16 Jul 2014 | 8:39 pm
    It is Easy to be Happy! Living a happy life is what all of us strive to find and keep. Though everyone is looking for it, almost no one is happy and joyful all the time; but there are some individuals that seem to be more fulfilled and satisfied than others, even though they might not be as rich, famous or successful in their job or business. Studies show that happiness doesn’t have much to do with materialistic needs, achievements and wants, but it mainly bubbles from inside. Though sometimes in its highest sense, happiness doesn’t even have anything to do with relationships,…
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    hypnobusters.com

  • How To Discover Your Passion

    Jon Rhodes
    14 Jul 2014 | 8:46 am
    Are you passionate about anything? Recently I received an interesting comment on my sales page for Self Discipline Subliminal mp3. You can read it for yourself if you like, but in a nutshell they commented that they don’t know what they want to do with their life. This raises an interesting point… You can have […] The post How To Discover Your Passion appeared first on .
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    14 Jul 2014 | 6:28 am
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  • Feeling Empty Inside?

    Jon Rhodes
    8 Jul 2014 | 11:52 am
      Ever get an empty feeling that your life has no aim or purpose? Feel lost with no direction to go? Don’t worry – this is normal and should be embraced… We all get these feelings from time to time. We feel we are wasting our lives – existing rather than living. Thing is… you […] The post Feeling Empty Inside? appeared first on .
  • Win Back Your Ex Subliminal MP3

    Jake Rhodes
    8 Jul 2014 | 9:52 am
    What’s the most important thing if life? If you were to imagine lying on your death bed, reminiscing about your life, what would stand out? It would be the people you love and have loved. In modern society we can forget the value of people. It’s easy to worry more about new clothes or a […] The post Win Back Your Ex Subliminal MP3 appeared first on .
  • Sick Of Your Job? Here’s What To Do…

    Jon Rhodes
    1 Jul 2014 | 5:14 am
    Fed up? Want more from life? Many people do their job for the money. They dread getting up for it, hate doing it, and wouldn’t be there if they didn’t have to be. Does this sound like you? It’s a shame so many people live like this. It’s a huge waste of your life. Time […] The post Sick Of Your Job? Here’s What To Do… appeared first on .
 
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    newhopemedicalcenter.com

  • July is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

    Cancer Treatment
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    July is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month Bladder cancer is one of the most common types of cancer that affect both men and women. The bladder, for the sake of those who may be unfamiliar to the term, is the part of the body that stores and releases the urine. It is located at the center of our lower abdomen. Since July is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month, it is only proper to inform people about this disease that is estimated to have taken 15, 580 lives this year. A staggering 11,170 men and 4,410 women have succumbed to this disease, while 74,690 new cases have been added to the list of…
  • Protect Yourself From the Sun: July is UV Safety Month

    Cancer Treatment
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    Protect Yourself From the Sun: July is UV Safety Month Source:www.goldenrule.com Some fun time under the sun, by the beach, is always a much awaited summer activity. However, times are changing and the sun’s rays continue to prove quite harmful to our skin. In response to the threat of the sun’s dangerous ultraviolet (UV) rays, July has been designated as UV Safety Month. It is the perfect time to remind people about the danger that ultraviolet exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, and how to protect themselves in the sun. What You May Not Know About the Sun The sun may seem like such a…
  • Why Avoiding Alcohol Lowers Cancer Risk and Improves Your Holistic Cancer Treatment

    Cancer Treatment
    7 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    For many people, alcohol has always been used as an escape from the pain and woes of life and love. However, with each passing year, the term double-edged sword seems to fit alcohol more perfectly. While it surely offers temporary relief and relaxation when drunk in moderation in the company of family and friends, it can cause health problems when drunk in excess and on a regular basis. In fact, heavy alcohol drinking can cause a myriad of health conditions. One of the most alarming effects of alcohol is that it can raise the risk of developing many types of cancer. The cancer risk that…
  • Tale of Cancer Battles and Survival: NHMC’s Tribute to Cancer Survivors (Part 2)

    Cancer Treatment
    30 Jun 2014 | 12:00 am
    Tale of Cancer Battles and Survival: NHMC’s Tribute to Cancer Survivors (Part 2) Source:voxxi As we have discussed in the first section of this two-part blog, cancer is a debilitating disease that is affecting millions of individuals worldwide. This June, communities from various towns and cities will be celebrating National Cancer Survivors month to honor the people who have remained steadfast in their battle against cancer. National Cancer Survivors Day Origin National Cancer Survivors’ Day all started back in 1987, where it became a representation of the idea that a cancer…
  • A Tale of Cancer Battles and Survival: NHMC’s Tribute to Cancer Survivors (Part 1)

    Cancer Treatment
    23 Jun 2014 | 12:00 am
    A Tale of Cancer Battles and Survival: NHMC’s Tribute to Cancer Survivors (Part 1) Source: Lilian It’s a hard fact that cancer is among the most common diseases out there, and yet a permanent cure remains surprisingly elusive. There are close to 14 million people in the world who get diagnosed with cancer and more than half of that (8 million) are the number of lives taken every year. In the US alone, there were more or less 617,000 cancer deaths reported in 2012. The figures show the dark power cancer has over people, which is why it is considered such a monumental accomplishment…
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    Holistic Healing Blog

  • Aromatherapy Carrier Oils For Essential Oils

    26 Jul 2014 | 1:27 pm
    To dilute essential oils you can choose from a wide range of aromatherapy carrier oils. Learn about the properties and uses of common carrier oils for essential oils.
  • Essential Oil Safety Guidelines For Aromatherapy

    23 Jul 2014 | 12:12 pm
    When using aromatherapy, it's important to understand a few essential oil safety guidelines. Always read the label and follow all warnings and cautions.
  • Your Aromatherapy Guide

    18 Jul 2014 | 10:45 am
    This aromatherapy guide covers a variety of information related to essential oils to help you learn how to use them safely and effectively.
  • Using Essential Oils For Children

    18 Jul 2014 | 10:40 am
    You can use essential oils for children as first aid, to help calm them, and more. Generally, reduce essential oils in adult-sized blends by half or more, depending on the child.
  • Using Aromatherapy For Babies

    16 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    Used cautiously, aromatherapy for babies can be part of caring for your infant in a natural, healthy way. Suggestions for safe use of essential oils for your baby.
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    Inverse Field Energy Medicine » Energy Body Healing – The Basics

  • Heal Energy Disorders by Understanding how our Parents’ Genes Affect us

    KC Avnayt
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    Every baby conceived has his or her individual unique destiny and spirit purpose. The baby is attracted towards parents whose primal energy fields match their destiny. The following article is not so much about how we can make or break our baby’s chance of health and success, or how our parents’ genes affect us, as much as it is about the scenario a person has to negotiate when the parents’ genetics are compatible or incompatible, harmonious or clashing. In every situation, simple awareness of the truth of the situation brings healing. Where our parents’ genes go in…
  • Functions of the Energy Field

    KC Avnayt
    16 May 2014 | 12:28 pm
    When dealing with any long term debilitation or problem, the first thing we need to look at, is how the body is performing its basic functions. This is a different approach to looking at an energy field or a body. Instead of looking at the body as made up of parts, we look at it as the result of the interaction between various functions, or ‘dances’ or programs. Its something like looking at a school as made up of- a gymnasium, a hall, classrooms, corridors, locker rooms, football courts – versus looking at a school as made up of – teachers, students, supporting staff…
  • Emotional and Energetic Cause of Cardio Myopathy

    KC Avnayt
    20 Apr 2014 | 10:52 am
    Censorship of our life energy is one cause of Cardio Myopathy (heart muscle degeneration). The heart wants to do what it wants to do. Deny it what it wants to do and eventually its going to fall ill. So follow your heart.   The post Emotional and Energetic Cause of Cardio Myopathy appeared first on Inverse Field Energy Medicine. Inverse Field Energy Medicine - Holistic healing with inverse energy signatures of herbs, flowers and minerals, made specifically for each individual.
  • Energetic or Electric Instability as a cause of High or Low Blood Pressure

    KC Avnayt
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:51 am
    ‘Water Noise’ by M. Norman , Hungary. Blood is the distribution system or communication network of the body. Blood is around 83% water. You can imagine therefore how deeply the quality of water in our bodies impacts blood quality and everything else in the body. Blood pressure is the robustness with which blood circulates around the body. If it is too robust and bordering on frenetic, pushing into organs forcefully etc that’s high blood pressure. If it is lazy and hanging around waiting to be pushed around by the heart or physical movement, that’s low blood pressure.
  • Food and Energy – Dependency vs Pleasure

    KC Avnayt
    14 Apr 2014 | 1:18 pm
    There is a simple rule that governs every life form. That simple rule is that energy comes in directly into our bodies from the universe. That is our first and most basic form of energy. I like to simply call it spirit, but various cultures call it different things – prana (sanskrit), chi (chinese), pneuma (greek), spiritus (roman) etc. For our very basic life, this is our first energy. It is our Life energy, our vital energy. In all of nature, every being has to use this basic life energy for their own life, to accomplish their own life purpose. You only exchange it with another when…
 
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    Rapid Home Remedies

  • 12 Easy Home Remedies for Chapped Lips

    Sara
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:32 am
    The protective layer on the skin of your lips is far too thinner than the skin of your face. It has only three to five cellular layers whereas the skin of your face has up to 16 layers! This makes your lips prone to moisture loss in a big way. Not only this, there is no sweat glands too on your lips. If you think for a while, your lips never sweat! Also there is no hair on lips thereby no hair follicle that may secret sebum or oil to keep your lips moist and hydrated. Sometimes weather too contributes in making your lips dried and chapped such as winter months that lack humidity in air. Your…
  • 15 DIY Home Remedies for Toenail Fungus

    Sara
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:46 pm
    If you see a white or yellow spot under the tip of your toenail, it can be a fungal infection of nails commonly called toenail fungus (Onychomycosis). If left untreated, this nail fungus goes deeper into your nails and make them thick, crusty and discolored with crumbling edges. Your nails thus become unsightly and may suffer from pain too. This nail fungus is a stubborn lot and it takes quite a long time to get rid of nail fungus. Not only this, once cured this fungal infection may recur again and again. There are certain home remedies for toenail fungus that can come to your rescue.
  • 15 Herbal Remedies for Boils

    Sara
    18 Jul 2014 | 10:13 am
    A boil (furuncle) is a tiny, hard, and painful red lump on your skin which gradually becomes softer, larger, and even more painful with the development of pus its. Skin infection of the hair follicles, commonly caused by bacterium Staphylococcus aureus leads to boils mostly on your face, neck, armpits, shoulders, and buttocks. A boil that appears on your eyelid is called a sty. And a a carbuncle is a group of boils that appear together on your skin. Poor nutrition and hygiene as well as exposure to chemicals are some of the causes of boils. If you have a compromised immune system or such…
  • 12 Simple Remedies for Hypothyroidism

    Sara
    16 Jul 2014 | 11:50 am
    When your thyroid gland doesn’t make enough hormone, the condition is called hypothyroidism or an underactive thyroid gland. It is a common endocrine disorder which may display many symptoms. If you feel tired, cannot tolerate cold, and gain weight without any obvious reason, you may be suffering from hypothyroidism. A blood test that measures thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) and thyroxine levels can confirm whether you suffer from an underactive thyroid gland or not. Thyroid hormones are secreted into your blood and carried to all the tissues in the body. This hormone helps your body…
  • 12 DIY Home Remedies for Hyperthyroidism

    Sara
    15 Jul 2014 | 5:20 am
    There is a gland in the front of your neck called thyroid. Its main function is to regulate body metabolism by secreting the hormones T3 (triiodothyronine) and T4 (thyroxine). It has some effects on your muscles, bones, heart and cholesterol too. When this thyroid gland becomes overactive, it begins secreting excessive amounts of T3 and T4. If you lose weight quickly and without any reason, experience excessive sweating, feel a fast heartbeat or become nervous and moody, you may have an overactive thyroid. There may be different causes of hyperthyroidism. Most of the people suffer from…
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    Quit Smoking Through Meditation

  • Top 3 Free Quit Smoking apps

    Quit Smoking
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:21 am
      Today we bring you the top 3 free Quit Smoking apps for iOS that will help support you through the tricky parts and remind you of all the of the benefits of quitting smoking too. All of these apps have pretty much the same functionality allowing you to set your quit date, number of cigarettes a day you smoked and cost per pack of smokes. After you have set your quit date you can track the number of times you have smoked as you try and cut down or after you’ve quit you can track your cravings and it will automatically track a number of stats for you. Most of the apps show you all…
  • 10 Reasons to Quit Smoking via Imgur

    Quit Smoking
    13 Jul 2014 | 6:54 am
    I often find myself lost in time flipping through the newest posts on imgur and laughing my ass off and today I came across this post called “Some motivation for those trying to quit smoking” and thought I’d share it. This post was originally created by user and has just been reposted to help motivate you to quit smoking. I hope this helps you guys:) I just copied and pasted from the sauce, so I can’t take credit. http://www.jarrete.qc.ca/en/fiches/cigarettes.html http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/fact_sheets/health_effects/effects_cig_smoking/ The smoke…
  • Quit Smoking for Life: A Simple, Proven 5-Step Plan Book Review

    Quit Smoking
    11 Jul 2014 | 6:03 am
    Quit Smoking Book Review: Quit Smoking for Life by Suzanne Schlosberg Book Description Publication Date:  Dec 31 2013 Quit Smoking for Life by Suzanne Schlosberg Based on the techniques used in the nation’s leading evidence-based tobacco cessation program, Quit Smoking for Life leads readers through a simple, proven method to quit smoking and remain tobacco-free for life. It’s full of engaging real stories from ex-smokers—more than four hundred thousand of whom have already quit using this method—and experienced coaches. The book includes a pull-out quitting plan and…
  • Meditation for Beginners Book Review

    Quit Smoking
    10 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Beginner Meditation Book Review: Meditation for Beginners by Jack Kornfield Book Description Publication Date:  Aug 01 2008 Meditation for Beginners by Jack Fornfield Have you ever thought about trying meditation, but didn’t know how to get started? With Meditation for Beginners, trusted teacher Jack Kornfield shows you how simple it is to start-and stick with-a daily meditation practice. “Insight” or vipassana meditation is the time-honored skill of calming the spirit and clearing the mind for higher understanding. Now, in this course created especially for beginners,…
  • Tips from former Smokers CDC anti-smoking campaign

    Quit Smoking
    9 Jul 2014 | 5:54 am
    Tips from Former Smokers – Anti-smoking Campaign Recently the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention released a new part of their anti-smoking campaign to continue with their incredibly successful drive to get people to quit smoking. The campaign is called “Tips from Former Smokers” was the CDC’s first paid national tobacco education campaign starting in 2012 and has continued on to this year. It focuses on health issues caused by smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke by telling the stories of real people.   According to the CDC website the campaign goals are:…
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    Writedge » Alternative Health – Clara Myers

  • Are You Making These 3 Mistakes In Your Doula Business?

    Clara Myers
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:40 pm
    So you’re finally in a career that you love, but customers aren’t exactly beating a path to your door. That’s because you’re thinking like a childbirth educator and not a successful businesswoman. You know you’re fully capable of being a great labor coach, but convincing others of that is one hurdle you’ve failed to get over so far. It’s time to do a bit of self-promotion. So what can you do? Start by reflecting on why you became a doula in the first place. Write these reasons down because later you’ll use them for inspiration to stand out…
  • Does Magnet Therapy Work?

    Clara Myers
    19 Jul 2014 | 1:21 pm
    Magnet therapy for pain relief is a well known tool in complementary and alternative health; however, does it work?
  • Safe and Stylish In the Sun

    Clara Myers
    9 Jul 2014 | 10:46 pm
    Skin cancer rates are rising, but you can protect your skin from damaging UV and UVA rays with sunscreen and protective clothing.
  • Dual Diagnosis: Substance Abuse and Mental Illness

    Clara Myers
    8 Jul 2014 | 3:01 pm
    Sometimes people who abuse drugs are also dealing with mental disorders. Likewise, people dealing with mental disorders will self medicate with illicit drugs.
  • Alternative Alcoholism Treatment

    Clara Myers
    7 Jul 2014 | 11:33 am
    Even if food intake is adequate, alcohol can impair the ability of the body to process the fats, carbohydrates, and proteins needed for good health.
 
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    PEPTALK

  • 30 Reasons To Take Up Cycling

    Adge and Kelly Warman
    29 Jul 2014 | 5:03 am
      Improve your brainpower, relationships, health and happiness   1. You’ll get there faster Commute by bike in the UK’s major cities and you’ll get there in half the time of cars, research by Citroen shows. In fact, if you drive for an hour in Cardiff’s rush hour, you’ll spend over 30 minutes going absolutely nowhere and average just 7mph, compared to averaging around 12-15mph while cycling. 2. Sleep more deeply An early morning ride might knacker you out in the short term, but it’ll help you catch some quality shut-eye when you get back to your pillow.
  • 4 Tips for Turning Swimming into a Moving Meditation

    Adge and Kelly Warman
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:17 am
    I used to dismiss swimming as boring. It lacked the rush of running on a frosty day or the adrenaline edge of cycling. But a foray into triathlon has forced me into the water and I realized that I had totally missed the point.Swimming is not dull but is, in fact, the ultimate, stripped-down moving meditation. The inability to see almost anything except the line at the bottom of the pool, and hear nothing but the rush of water, creates an insulating, cocooning effect. It’s a kind of enforced underwater Pratyahara or "sense withdrawal" - the fifth element of yoga as described by the sage…
  • 15 Mind Blowing And Life Enhancing Podcasts That Will Make Commuting Meaningful

    Adge and Kelly Warman
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:46 am
    Meaningful podcasts for your daily commute can make and enhance your mind at the same time. Boring commute ? Sick and tired of watching the same old route? Vehicles filled with unhappy faces as you crawl along to work ? It’s an unavoidable circumstance. You have to get to work and often, there is no way around the way you have to go. Change up your normal listening experience (like that boring old “Morning Zoo” show) and try tuning into a few podcasts.Enhance that dull commute and make your commuting experience a life-enhancing experience, as well as, meaningful.Meaningful…
  • Video - The Mind by Alan Watts

    Adge and Kelly Warman
    19 Jul 2014 | 6:24 am
  • Top 15 Fruits And Vegetables For Energy Boost

    Adge and Kelly Warman
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:38 pm
    Energy plays a key role in our day to day to activities. After all, energy is the sole reason why we can finish anything we desire to do on a day. However, there might be instances when you think that your body’s energy is, for the lack of a better word, lacking. Worse, you might even find that the energy bars and sports drinks are no longer giving you the energy you need.To help you counter a mid-day energy deficiency, you would need to take in the right kind of food. Here are top fruits and vegetables for energy boost:Spices Spicy herbs and vegetables are known to give the…
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  • Simple natural remedies for hair loss that actually work

    Shrivardhan Dixit
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:51 am
    Hair is the yardstick by which we can measure how good our health is. For a man to have a receding hairline on his forehead can be really embarrassing! And the same applies to a woman who is worried about her thinning hair. Here are a few natural remedies for hair loss that can help you stop your hair loss trend and bring back your crowning glory! Coconut milk: Coconut milk provides a rich source of hair-nourishing, plant derivative. Grind the grated coconut to a smooth paste and squeeze it to remove its milk. Massage this milk on the scalp for 10 minutes every day to reduce hair fall. Aloe…
  • Home remedies to keep monsoon illnesses at bay

    Shrivardhan Dixit
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Health tips for Monsoon The monsoon has already arrived in the city and it’s time to watch what you eat. While some food items may not be good for your health, some can actually help you fight off the commonest ailments – cold and flu – that plague you during the season. Here are some home remedies for cold and flu that will help you stay healthy during the monsoon.   Salt water gargling is the best among the all health tips for monsoon; after all, this time-honored way is used by people across the world to relieve a sore throat. It clears the mucus from the throat and…
  • 5 Effective Herbs to cure Kidney Stones

    Shrivardhan Dixit
    12 Jul 2014 | 8:59 am
    Kidney stones are hard, small deposits formed inside the kidneys. These stones are made of acid salts, minerals, etc. and get stuck in the bladder or urethra. This condition can result in chronic pain in the lower abdomen and discomfort while passing urine. Herbs are one of the best natural remedies for kidney stones management. Listed below are 5 effective herbs: Natural Remedies for Kidney Stones •    Uva Ursi: This is not just an evergreen plant which can beautify your garden. Uva Ursi also has loads of medicinal benefits. The herb helps to fight infections which can arise along with…
  • Effective natural tips and remedies to control diabetes

    Shrivardhan Dixit
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:55 pm
    With an increasing number of diabetics across the world, natural methods to control diabetes have gained more attention. Here are some natural ways that can help you control and prevent diabetes. Fenugreek Fenugreek seeds help in lowering blood sugar levels. Soak about 1 spoonful of fenugreek seeds in a glass of water and allow it to remain overnight. Drink this water next morning on an empty stomach. Do this for a couple of months to find a remarkable difference in your blood sugar levels. Syzygium cumini The seeds of this oval, dark purple fruit have a very good impact on the carbohydrate…
  • Natural treatments and home remedies for irregular periods

    Shrivardhan Dixit
    7 Jul 2014 | 7:32 am
    Most women globally have been subjected to irregular periods. Simply put, it means menstruation occurs 1 to 5 times every year or else 2 to 3 times in a particular month, with heavy bleeding. Such an irregular menstrual cycle can wreck a female’s daily routine. Some factors which are responsible for sporadic periods include poor nutrition, increased stress, major weight loss or gain, smoking, caffeine, PCOS and eating disorders etc. Try these natural and home remedies for irregular periods, these can be useful to regularize your cycle: Ginger: This plant offers double benefits. Apart from…
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    Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches

  • Best Natural Toothpaste Recipe: How to Make Homemade Toothpaste

    night-hawk
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:53 pm
    You want to know how to make a homemade natural toothpaste? This is one of the best natural toothpaste recipes. Just mix equal amounts of coconut oil, salt, your favorite essential oil (peppermint is good idea) and baking soda. Reseaerces said that the toothpaste containing sodium bicarbonate has a better plaque removal effect than toothpastes without […] The post Best Natural Toothpaste Recipe: How to Make Homemade Toothpaste appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • What is Aromatherapy? Essential Oils Properties

    night-hawk
    12 Jul 2014 | 1:43 pm
    What is Aromatherapy? Studies have shown that aromatherapy either by inhalation or massage can improve sleep quality and lower blood pressure. Aromatherapy alone will not cure an illness, but may help with your symptoms and effect your mood. Aromatherapy can have mood-enhancing effects. The best way to harness the power of aromas is to use […] The post What is Aromatherapy? Essential Oils Properties appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • Hidden Inflammation the Chronic Enemy:

    night-hawk
    6 Jul 2014 | 1:43 pm
    Inflammation is the set of local and systemic mechanisms that activates the body after the reactive effect on various harmful factors such as bacteria, viruses, chemicals, injuries, etc… The infections are divided into acute (lasting a few days) and chronic (longer). In the mechanism of inflammation, cells play an important role, such as macrophages and […] The post Hidden Inflammation the Chronic Enemy: appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • Top Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate: How Much a Day?

    night-hawk
    3 Jul 2014 | 1:04 pm
    Dark chocolate It contains a lot of soluble fiber, is loaded with minerals and have many health benefits… In this article we research what is the top health benefits of dark chocolate and how much dark chocolate should we eat a day. Daily consumption of dark chocolate it may improve blood flow and lower blood […] The post Top Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate: How Much a Day? appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • How can Allergies Affect your Mood or Energy Level?

    night-hawk
    28 Jun 2014 | 11:57 pm
    How can allergies affect your mood or energy level? Allergy-mood link is real: Most of us when think about allergies, we think some typical symptoms such as sneezing, itchy eyes, shortness of breath and nausea… But did you know that food, seasonal and chemical allergies (which are the reaction of the immune system) can create […] The post How can Allergies Affect your Mood or Energy Level? appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
 
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    How to Cure Eczema

  • A Parents Guide to eczema in children - How to cure eczema Blog

    28 Jul 2014 | 12:23 pm
    Eczema in children,  as a parent, you attempt to give your child a happy and healthy life, however what if they suffer from eczema?  The uncontrollable urge to itch and the obscure causes may be excessively for you and your chlid to bear.  As a parent, what are you to do?It's common to discover rashes on children, however eczema in children is more than simply a rash.  It's skin condition that can transform into a battle for both parents and children.  You may have never known about eczema until your child was diagnosed with it, but now what ?Keep Your Child’s Skin…
  • How to treat Eczema : Dealing with Eczema and the Lifestyle Changes

    24 Jul 2014 | 12:18 pm
    On the off chance that you suffer from eczema, you may have turned to the web or got some information concerning how to treat eczema options. There are numerous approaches to treat eczema, yet they aren’t one-time things. For effectively dealing with eczema, you need to make necessary lifestyle changes. As hard as this sounds, it's key to living your life while not constant eczema flare-ups.What lifestyle changes may need to be made? Sincerely, everything relies on upon what causes your skin irritation.A common cause of eczema is sure foods. Numerous patients experience an outbreak once…
  • Beat Eczema By Avoiding the Cause of Eczema

    19 Jul 2014 | 12:16 pm
    Eczema causes the uncontrollable urge to itch.  By the time you're done, you may be left with a painful open sore.  One of the approaches in which to stop outbreaks is to determine the cause of eczema. Begin by familiarizing yourself with the foremost causes of eczema.  Is your listed?  If so, you may soon be on the path to relief.Common cause of eczema :  The WeatherFor eczema sufferers, the weather not solely determines their activities for the day, however it additionally determines what their skin will do.  The weather can work both ways.  Some patients…
  • Cure for Eczema : 5 Natural Remedies for Eczema

    16 Jul 2014 | 6:19 pm
    In the event that you suffer from eczema, you need and want to seek relief.  You may choose for expensive over-the-counter products or attempt prescriptions proposed by your doctor.  These may work, however don’t discount natural remedies for Eczema.  Fortunately, there are several natural remedies for Eczema that have demonstrated effective for treating eczema, five of which are outlined below.Natural Remedies for Eczema 1 : Bathe ProperlyProper bathing and showering is vital to not solely treating eczema, but preventing more outbreaks.  Most medical experts recommend…
  • The benefits of Home Remedies for Treating Eczema

    15 Jul 2014 | 7:18 am
    In the event that you suffer from eczema, you need itch relief and you need it currently.  You may be willing to try something to seek relief.  While you have numerous decisions, there are benefits of home remedies for treating eczema.photo by NIAID on FlickrYou may also like :  What are the Different Types of Eczema ?Benefit 1 : Your OptionsThe expression “home remedies,” envelops a lot.  Ordinarily, home remedies are utilized to describe common practices that you can do at home. They're usually compared to synthetic medications, which may result in troubling side…
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  • No More Miscarriage

    Ayoub
    29 Jul 2014 | 4:02 am
    why miscarriage? it is thought that most miscarriages are due to abnormal chromosomes in the baby. Chromosomes are genetic “building blocks” that guide the development of a baby. If a baby has too many or not enough chromosomes, it will not develop properly. But take this as a rule, a miscarriage that happens during the second trimester of pregnancy (between weeks 14 and 26), it is a result of an underlying health condition in the mother. Since most healthcare practitioners won’t do a full-scale workup of a healthy woman after a single miscarriage, it’s usually…
  • My personel hello

    peter smith
    29 Jul 2014 | 2:18 am
    Dear Medicine Forever friends and guests As with all good plans Medicine Forever website has now been launched and I would like to start of how I mean to carry on with the content of my postings and would request you read this document which explains in more detail. My name is Peter Smith and my company name as well as the therapy I utilise is Talking Cures. I live and work in Southend on Sea Essex England on the north bank of the River Thames about 40 miles from London out on the estuary. I am most deeply honoured and privileged to be invited to join the team as joint editor at Medicine…
  • Can’t Sleep? This article is for you

    Ayoub
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:13 am
    Healthy sleeping habits play a big role in healthy aging, but for many seniors sleep can be elusive. In fact, only 12 percent of seniors interviewed during a study published in the Primary Care Companion to the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry reported no sleep complaints. It’s natural for sleeping patterns to change as you age, but not getting enough sleep can put you at risk for a number of health issues.   How much to sleep ! We all spend about 24 years of our lives sleeping, and although the exact function of sleep is still being debated by science, one or two sleepless nights are…
  • Quinoa: An Ancient Superfood

    Ayoub
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:37 pm
    Looking for additional protein in your diet? Forget meat or protein shakes; quinoa (pronounced keen-wa) contains more protein than any other grain. Termed a “supergrain” by nutritionists and food gurus, quinoa is derived from the seed of a plant that is related to spinach. In fact, The year 2013 was been declared the ‘International Year of Quinoa’ in recognition of the crucial role quinoa can play in eradicating world hunger, malnutrition and poverty. Quinoa is the only plant food that has all the essential amino acids, trace elements and vitamins, and also the ability to…
  • Avoid These 6 Common Exercise Mistakes

    Ayoub
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:23 pm
    1. Stretching Before Your Workout why did stretching become such an indelible part of the preworkout routine? It can help with flexibility and improve range of motion, but trainers say many people conflated stretching with warming up muscles. Most people stretch to prime muscles for the workout to come, but there is little evidence that it prevents injuries.  What makes stretching so potentially harmful to muscles? Cotton believes muscles may actually lose flexibility when they are overworked, somewhat like what happens when you continually stretch a rubber band. It gets kind of limp. If…
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  • Health Benefits of St. John’s Wort

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    28 Jul 2014 | 3:34 pm
    By Admin Latin name: Hypericum perforatum St. John’s wort is a perennial herbaceous plant that can grow up to 100 cm in height. The leaves are oblong, oppositely arranged in pairs. The flowers are light yellow in color, placed on top of the stem, with five petals and numerous stamens. When rubbed, the flowers produce red sap. […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: Health Benefits of St. John’s Wort
  • 3 Warning Signs That Your Body is Dehydrated

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    27 Jul 2014 | 5:13 pm
    By Admin You do not need to be an expert to recognize the signs of dehydration, but is sometimes so difficult to understand the reason of the current malaise and bad condition. Dehydration is a shock to your body and can lead to many complications. It often happens that some people think that they are not dehydrated […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: 3 Warning Signs That Your Body is Dehydrated
  • Lose 5 Pounds in a Month: Quick Breakfast for Losing Weight

    Zana Cogelja
    27 Jul 2014 | 6:52 am
    By Zana Cogelja This quick breakfast for losing weight is one of the healthiest and most delicious breakfasts, because it contains vitamins and minerals that improve appearance of skin, hair, normalize metabolism and strengthens the body. The daily breakfast will help eliminate impurities from the body and cleanse the intestines. Necessarily solve the problem of lazy bowel and […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: Lose 5 Pounds in a Month: Quick Breakfast for Losing Weight
  • Raw Smoothie Recipes – Health from the Blender!

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    26 Jul 2014 | 3:26 pm
    By Admin One of the best ways to start a new day is fresh smoothie prepared with fresh raw vegetables! Raw vegetables are full of enzymes, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants many of which are killed by cooking. Mixed vegetables or smoothies are easy to prepare, just insert everything in a blender, zzzzzzzzzz few minutes and refreshing nutritional […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: Raw Smoothie Recipes – Health from the Blender!
  • 5 Foods That Make Your Skin Smooth and Healthy

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    25 Jul 2014 | 1:19 pm
    By Admin With sunscreen that will allow you to get the bronze color of the body and that will keep you from harmful UV rays, also proper nutrition will help to keep your skin smooth and healthy throughout the summer. Here are five foods that make your skin smooth and healthy: Watermelon This sweet fruit is full of […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: 5 Foods That Make Your Skin Smooth and Healthy
 
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