On today’s show, we explore the options to create homemade hair dyes using plant-based ingredients. With the DIY method, we can improve the quality of our hair in terms of volume, shine, and suppleness. And we gain all these advantages while avoiding contact with harsh chemicals!
2017-12-29 2367 Views
Just think of it! The fresh fruit, vegetables, and herbs that are in our kitchen, may very well have curative properties to resolve skin issues. Even those of us with sensitive skin can benefit from beauty regiments using whole-food ingredients.
2017-12-18 1863 Views
The raw vegan diet is gaining in popularity and raw vegans say that the diet has many advantages, such as preventing and reversing disease, improving digestion as well as enhancing physical and spiritual energy.
2017-12-11 1789 Views
Ms. Michiyo Mori is a liquidarian and author of the book “I Quit Eating.” She has thrived by consuming a single glass of fresh green juice everyday for the past 15 years,and she will share with us her deep insights regarding the raw vegetable diet and its manifold benefits for humanity.
2017-12-07 1766 Views
Mindful meditation is one technique that someone advocate to soothe the mind and regain a sense of peace and centeredness. (Adovocate say that) Through meditation they have acquired heightened concentration skills and better insights on how to deal with challenges found in life, work and family relationships.
2017-11-27 1936 Views
Today we will learn how to protect our physical health while using digital devices such as laptops and smartphones. Using a tablet or a smartphone, keep the device at eye-level so that your head is looking forward, instead of down. Be mindful of your neck and head position, and try to maintain a straight, upright posture when looking at a device. Also, consider how stretching can be a wonderful way to open up the shoulders and chest and loosen tight neck muscles. And the monitor should ideally be an arm's length away from the body. To take regular rests from the electronic device. It's also important to ensure that out-of-date prescription glasses aren't used. Having designated family time is of great value. An hour spent together without television or smartphone could help to foster closer relationships.
2017-11-20 1607 Views
Welcome to Healthy Living, where this week we explore the tremendous health benefits of laughter. Laughing is an innate ability that comes naturally when we feel happy or encounter something funny. However, did you know that the reverse can occur? If we deliberately chuckle out loud, it may bring about a cheerful mood. Scientific evidence has shown that having a moment of good giggles can put us in a state of exuberance and help us in many aspects of life, such as health, mood, and relationships. “Laughing is always good for you even when you force yourself to laugh. The people who are always laughing, and forgiving, and smiling, they live a freer life, free from pain. And even if they have pain, they bear it better because they're used to, the muscles and the cells are used to reacting in a positive way. So, the pain will lessen.”
2017-11-13 1665 Views
The latest scientific research tells us that music does just that - healing our bodies and minds. Perhaps it is obvious that music can uplift and heal us emotionally in several ways. New research demonstrates that music therapy can be highly effective in treating anxiety disorders, depression, chronic pain and other mental stressors. It can also help people recovering from emotional trauma. Post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) is also being treated with music. Music therapy is a burgeoning field with many applications. For example, music can actually help to heal an injured brain! Music therapy research is reaching into many other aspects of medical care as well. The Music-Heals Project in the United States is, “researching and composing specific rhythms, tempos and key signatures that will resynchronize the out-of-sync brainwaves of children with autism.” The organization is also studying how music may improve a “Parkinson’s patient’s ability to walk, and researching the type of music necessary to assist an Alzheimer’s patient with memory and recall.” The ultimate goal of the Music-Heals Project is to use music as a medical therapy for patients with these conditions.
2017-11-06 1309 Views
For those with a gluten intolerance or the more serious celiac disease, gluten consumption gradually damages the intestines, preventing the absorption of vitamins and minerals and setting off a host of related health issues, which may include fatigue and skin problems. Actual symptoms vary, however, and some people with gluten intolerance or celiac disease experience no symptoms at all. Approximately 250 signs of gluten intolerance have been identified.
2017-10-30 1215 Views
These animals can be of any type, but they all share one thing in common: they are always ready to give love unconditionally. This non-judgmental affection can bring people a sense of comfort and security. Not only are they known for their guardian qualities, but it has also been noted as far back as in ancient Greek history that animals bring beneficial effects in the context of therapy. Here we will explore the animal-assisted therapy in alleviating the symptoms of chronic illnesses and providing a general sense of well-being.
2017-10-09 1006 Views