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Ayurveda: The Science of Life

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Ayurveda: The Science of Life

Ayurveda originated in India more than 5,000 years ago, and is one of the oldest medical systems in our world. In Sanskrit, the word “Ayurveda” has two components, “ayur” meaning longevity and “veda” meaning science. In the beginning, this method was passed down through the generations by Indian physicians and sages through oral teaching. Later, this precious healing knowledge was recorded in books. The three key ancient texts that document Ayurvedic medicine practices are famously known as the “Great Trilogy,” namely the “Charaka Samhita,” “Sushruta Samhita” and “Astanga Hridaya.”
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2019-03-23   3600 Views
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2019-03-23

The Benefits of Growing Indoor Plants, Part 2 of 2

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The Benefits of Growing Indoor Plants, Part 2 of 2

Plants purify this trapped air by pulling contaminants into the soil, where root-zone microorganisms convert VOCs into food for the plant. Plant parts such as stems, leaves, branches, and trunks absorb sound. Just one plant per workspace can provide a very large lift to staff spirits, and so promote Well-being and performance. Many hospitals grow plants both outside and inside their facilities. Another benefit of growing indoor plants is that growing indoor plants is that they can help patients recover more quickly.
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2019-03-21   4191 Views
Healthy Living
2019-03-21

What Smiling Can Do for You

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What Smiling Can Do for You

Have you noticed that most advertisements use images of smiling people? What is it about a smile that is so important or powerful? Smiling is an Innate Emotional Expression. Smiling Sets the Stage for Human Relationships. Even if it doesn't come naturally at first, you can train yourself to smile regardless of the situation. Smiling Can Improve Your Health and Help Your Live Longer. Smiling is not only innate; it is universal. Smiling is Recommended by Saints and Enlightened Masters, to change their attitude and be happy by smiling as much as possible. Try! Keep smiling!
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2019-03-16   3780 Views
Healthy Living
2019-03-16

The Autonomic Nervous System: Key to Our Body's Self-Healing Ability, Part 2 of 2

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The Autonomic Nervous System: Key to Our Body's Self-Healing Ability, Part 2 of 2

Tourette syndrome is characterized by involuntary movements and sounds. A child may have abnormal circuits in his brain, usually due to consuming too many unhealthy foods. These abnormal brain circuits lead to attention deficits, motor agitation, hyperactivity, and the involuntary movements of Tourette syndrome. We change his diet to include plant-based foods, often the symptoms will be greatly reduced.
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2019-03-09   3225 Views
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2019-03-09

The Autonomic Nervous System: Key to Our Body's Self-Healing Ability, Part 1 of 2

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The Autonomic Nervous System: Key to Our Body's Self-Healing Ability, Part 1 of 2

Do you often have difficulty falling asleep? Do you wake up feeling unrested? Have you experienced persistent in digestion and poor appetite? Are rapid mood swings part of your daily life? Do you have cold hands and feet, or catch frequent colds? These conditions could be warning signals from the autonomic nervous system about a compromised health status. There are two main reasons. Firstly, our diet is far from natural; and secondly, overwhelming stresses in life. But aside from clinical methods, we can also help regulate our autonomic nerves by upgrading to a plant-based diet.
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2019-03-02   2908 Views
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2019-03-02

Blood Circulation and Long Travels

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Blood Circulation and Long Travels

The human body is about 60% water. Around 2/3 of body water is intracellular fluid, and 1/3 of body water is extracellular. If we remain standing or sitting for an extended period, the leg muscles remain stationary and blood circulation in the veins will slow down. The blood flowing to the legs will not flow smoothly back to the heart. This increased pressure on the blood vessels may lead to excessive accumulation of extracellular fluid between the cells, resulting in edema, or swelling, in the calves,ankles and/or feet. Apart from long-distance travel, edema can also be caused by other conditions such as chronic heart failure, kidney diseases, arthritis, and hypothyroidism.
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2019-02-07   2982 Views
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2019-02-07

Dr. Steve Blake on Natural Shields Against Alzheimer's Disease

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Dr. Steve Blake on Natural Shields Against Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s disease does not currently have an effective conventional medical treatment. There are some drugs for the condition, but most of them can have serious side effects and cannot stop the disease’s progression. However, we may be able to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease dramatically —simply by avoiding meat and consuming vegetables and fruits that are full of essential vitamins and antioxidants. Vitamin E is crucially important to protect the brain cells. It’s a fat-soluble antioxidant that protects the delicate membranes from free radical damage.
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2019-01-21   2338 Views
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2019-01-21

Bringing H.O.P.E. - A Documentary on Our Food Choices, Part 2 of 2

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Bringing H.O.P.E. - A Documentary on Our Food Choices, Part 2 of 2

Now, Let’s look at the highly destructive impact the livestock industry has on our planet. We have to start realizing food is what keeps the world going. Food is the energy of the world. And we have to know exactly where in that chain we entered so that we don’t do more harm. Once we admit that we humans are not the only beings with personalities, minds, and feelings, once we realize that we are part of the animal kingdom, then it becomes quite as important how we treat animals - all animals – as how we treat each other.
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2019-01-14   2337 Views
Healthy Living
2019-01-14

Bringing H.O.P.E. - A Documentary on Our Food Choices, Part 1 of 2

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Bringing H.O.P.E. - A Documentary on Our Food Choices, Part 1 of 2

In 2006, Nina Messinger of Austria started giving talks and organizing seminars about nutrition and health. Her growing awareness of the terrible consequences of the animal-based Western diet prompted her to start working on a documentary called “HOPE FOR ALL” IN 2012. After the film was released in Germany in 2016, Ms. Messinger spent a year working on an English version of the film that was renamed “H.O.P.E. What You Eat Matters.”
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2019-01-07   2405 Views
Healthy Living
2019-01-07
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