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Why Juicing Works
Reasons why vegetables, legumes, seeds, and nuts are so powerful.
Cultivate Your Green Thumb
These resources will provide ample information on keeping a healthy and bountiful garden!
You Don't Have to Escape to Feel Alive
What matters is that you pay attention to the things that made them feel alive.
Meditation Counteracts the Harmful Genomic Effects of Stress
All meditation junkies know that anyone can cool stress by repeating a prayer or mantra, and pushing negative thoughts out of their minds.
Ways to Turn Your Walk Into a Meditation
Walking is a great way to integrate mindfulness into your everyday life and has been practiced as a meditative technique for thousands of years.
The #1 Way to Make Sure Your Eat Your Greens First
Find yourself in need of some healthy habits? It’s a lot easier to train your brain than you might think!
Acid Reflux: Heartburn
Acid reflux is one of the easiest things to heal from when you know what causes it.
Your Chub Pet May be Cute, But Not Healthy
Nasal flushing and cleansing along with breathing techniques and exercises are the best things for improving breathing and flow of chi into the body.
Secrets of MSG Toxicity
Dr. Russell Blaylock, noted neurosurgeon, author and foremost authority on excitoxins such as MSG and aspartame, discusses the dangers of these substances.
Nutrition and Athletic Performance
Dr. Doug Graham speaks about his experience as a raw foodist.
The Raw Food Bible
The Raw Foods Bible is about the secrets of longevity and vibrant health, the science behind living foods, and much more.
Healing Chinese Herbs
Chris Kilham discusses the trade situation in China and how they trade more plants and herbs than any other nation in the world.
A Vegan Bodybuilding Experiment
A fateful blizzard on a drive to Tahoe led to a conversation about food and nutrition, which inspired bodybuilder Joshua Knox, a Google employee, to go vegan for a week.
Begin with a gentle vinyasa, then kick up the intensity with a series of yoga poses combined with Jillian's signature exercises that focus on flow and form to build core strength and enhance results.
What is Bad About Soy?
There are many foods out in the market that have managed to disguise themselves as health foods. Soy just happens to be one of those foods.
Saint John’s Wort
It would make sense to use Saint John’s Wort for depression before resorting to a drug.
QUESTION OF THE DAY
Is there any herbs which I can take for my dark circle around the eyes?
Yes, try the Eyes Formula, Kidneys, Bladder and Adrenals, and the Fluid Release.
COOKING TIPS & RECIPES
Thai Lettuce Wraps
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Recipe/Tip by Diana Stobo
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HIGHLIGHT ARTICLE OF THE DAY
Nicotine is one of the most highly addictive-and deadly-substances in the world. In fact, Cornell University describes nicotine as a "super toxin"that's more lethal than strychnine, arsenic and diamondback rattlesnake poison.
Why it's addictive
People get addicted to nicotine by smoking cigarettes made with black leaf tobacco. Addiction experts claim that kicking the nicotine habit can be as difficult or harder to quit than heroin.
As deadly as nicotine is, its chemical structure is virtually the same as the neurotransmitter responsible for the release of dopamine, the brain's way of using a pleasant sensation to remind us that we want something. In its own way, the release of dopamine is a survival mechanism to help keep humans alive. We feel better when we eat, drink, get praise from family and friends. We can also feel better when we drink, smoke, shoot drugs. Dopamine doesn't just trigger these sensations; it reminds us of the need to indulge them. Dopamine doesn't distinguish the difference between a good behavior or a bad behavior.
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QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“Just as a candle cannot burn without fire, men cannot live without a spiritual life.” - Buddah
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ASK THE EXPERTS
I am not sure if I am looking to go vegan, but I am doing the weight loss cleanse and do feel a difference in my body. My question is how do I keep up eating raw without getting bored? Can you recommend meal replacements and exercises.
You should absolutely consider going vegan for your long term health, the health of the planet, and of course sparing countless animals from suffering. I have been vegan for over five years and they have been the best of my life! My health program www.theveganeffect.com is a huge success!
Hope that answers your question,
HERBACEUTICAL OF THE MONTH
Dherbs.Com Moringa Formula is the perfect nutritional supplement. A very nutritionally rich source of everything a body needs from so-called vitamins (Vitamin A, Vitamin E) , B-vitamins, minerals, B-Complex, Protein (amino acids), Essential Fatty Acids.
HEALTH TIP OF THE DAY
Keep Capsaicin Cream on Hand
For sore muscles and joints, apply a cream or ointment that contains capsaicin, the active ingredient in chile peppers, two or three times a day. The heat from the peppers has been shown to help relieve pain.
Natural Strategies to Minimize Hot Flashes
Many women experience uncomfortable hot flashes during their menopausal years. These can range from brief periods of intense heat to prolonged periods of excessive heat and sweating. Here are a few natural strategies to minimize night to minimize the effects of hot flashes.
Hot flashes are defined by the Mayo Clinic as sudden feelings of warmth, which are usually most intense over the face, neck and chest. The individuals' skin may redden as if they were blushing. Hot flashes can also lead to excessive sweating and may leave an individual chilled. Hot flashes that occur during the night are referred to as night sweats.
These hot flashes during menopause are thought to be due to falling estrogen and progesterone levels. This process leads to rapid changes in blood vessels. These vessels dilate and suddenly blood rushes into the skin regions and heats up the body.
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SOURCE - David Jockers
7 Surprising Reasons to Give Up Sugar
Sugar Shocker Sugar was always meant to be a treat, a reward. "The last time I checked, birthday cake was for birthdays, and birthdays come once a year," says endocrinologist Robert Lustig, MD, author of Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease. But added sugar is infiltrating the food supply, and we're not just talking soda here. Food manufacturers pump excess sugar into an array of foods—even "health foods"—creating catastrophic health results. Learn where this type of sneaky sugar hides, along with these surprising sugar side effects.
You're overdosing on it.
We can't completely blame the fast-food industry, either. A recent National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey report found the majority of added sugar intake—67 percent—occurred at home.
Where Sugar Lurks: Salad dressings may not taste sweet, but the food industry often adds sugar to low-fat versions to make them more palatable. Try vinegar and olive oil instead. While shopping, look for brands like Organicville that are made with no added sugars.
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SOURCE - Leah Zerbe
More than 1,000 plant varieties are found in the allium family, which includes garlic, onions, leeks, chives and several decorative flowers. Alliums have been cultivated for decorative and edible uses as far back as 1594, and wild varieties have been foraged for millennia. The allium family provides at least one of the staple foods in nearly every culture, as onions, garlic and their relatives often provide depth to nearly any savory (and some sweet) dish. Check out our guide on amazing alliums to learn more about the different plant types and how to grown and use them!
Alliums are a fairly easy-to-grow plant variety that do well in most climates as they are hardy and the underground bulbs can take over-winter freezes. They like well-drained and slightly fertile soil, but can take clay soil quite well. Most alliums can be planted in the spring (May is still doable) for fall harvest/blooms in the later summer or early fall. Full sun is best for all allium varieties, so make sure to plant them in open, south-facing areas of the garden.
Aside from keeping your beds weed free, alliums are fairly low maintenance, although light fertilization and mulching will give you greener stalks and larger flowers. Garlic is very easy to plant - just let your garlic cloves or shallots sprout, plant them in the garden and you’ll have beautiful cooking ingredients in six-months time! Garlic planting should ideally happen in the early fall, several weeks before the first frost, but can also be planted in the spring. If heavy overwinter frosts are anticipated, the garlic should be mulched with straw or low acidity wood shavings.
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SOURCE - Leena Oijala