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B12, the Vitamin that All Vegans Need to Know

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B12, the Vitamin that All Vegans Need to Know

There is no harm in exceeding the recommended amounts or using more than one option. What happens if you do not get enough vitamin B12? A mild deficiency may cause no symptoms at first. If untreated, the typical deficiency symptoms in adults include loss of energy, tingling, numbness, reduced sensitivity to pain or pressure, blurred vision, abnormal gait, sore tongue, and mental problems like depression, memory loss, and personality changes. Signs of a B12 deficiency may take months or years to emerge, and they are usually reversible on the administration of B12. If you suspect you have a deficiency, you should get a diagnosis from a medical practitioner, because each of the named symptoms can also be caused by problems other than a B12 deficiency.
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2018-03-26   2289 vizionări
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2018-03-26

Tzu Chi Medical Foundation’s Healthcare Professionals on Optimal Wellness, Part 1 of 3

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Tzu Chi Medical Foundation’s Healthcare Professionals on Optimal Wellness, Part 1 of 3

These experts will discuss the relationship between diet and health and ways to elevate the wellness of the community through education and preventive medicine. The Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, was started by the Venerable Dharma Master Cheng Yen in 1966. Opinion on Dalin Tzu Chi General Hospital's 10-year study that found that by giving up a meat diet and changing to vegetarianism, people can avoid chronic diseases. But you really need to improve the level of health in a country, an individual, or a whole district. Speaking out about how to make an impact on policy, on education, conveying the right concept on health.
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2019-07-27   4785 vizionări
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2019-07-27

Acupuncturist Lisa K.Y. Wong (vegan): The Magic of Auricular Medicine, Part 3 of 3

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Acupuncturist Lisa K.Y. Wong (vegan): The Magic of Auricular Medicine, Part 3 of 3

"It is a complete, comprehensive medical modality, where we use the ear to do diagnosis and treatment of all the conditions in the body, up to 200 diseases, and 500 symptoms.” All these different expressions in our ear, whether it's discoloration, flakiness of skin, the blood vessel protruding, and pain or different degrees of pain, all these are different ways the ear, our inner healer, or inner doctor, wants to tell us about what's going on. And the location of these symptoms will tell us where the problem is.” According to Ms. Wong, there are different “control panels" within us, including the ears, eyes, hands, and feet. She developed the Healing by Design Self-Care Method to show people how they can easily cure various illnesses, pains and discomforts. “I want to first help them recognize that these parts of their body have these special abilities to let them check what's going on in their body ahead of time before they are experiencing discomfort or pain, or any health challenges. Because it's so simple, I want to teach kids early in their lives. My dream is that all the children will grow up learning this as a life skill that their parents would teach them, just as common as brushing their teeth every day." "My new definition of what optimum health is, is when not only the ear, but in all your control panels in your body, you cannot find any pain. And that is the best measurement that someone is in optimum health. I believe that your inner healer has an expectation of you, based on your genes, your own lifestyle, your habits, your diet, everything combined makes what optimum health is for you. So, it is definitely a new concept." Ms. Wong has been a vegetarian for more than 25 years and vegan for the past eight years. “Through our non-profit, I teach people about the importance of the vegan diet. If they want to reach optimum health, this is a necessary, a central part and that is definitely, absolutely necessary.”
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2020-09-12   648 vizionări
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2020-09-12

Dr. William Grant on Bolstering Health Through Sunlight and Vitamin D, Part 3 of 3

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Dr. William Grant on Bolstering Health Through Sunlight and Vitamin D, Part 3 of 3

In this concluding episode, Dr. Grant covers how elevating our vitamin D intake can improve our wellness in several areas and other advantages of sunbathing. Dr. Grant has shared that vitamin D can help prevent respiratory infections by improving immunity. “More recently, a meta-analysis of acute respiratory infections found that if you had your vitamin D level above about 10 nanograms per milliliter or 25 nanomoles per milliliter, you had a greatly reduced risk of developing acute respiratory infections.” Tooth decay is the most common form of oral disease, affecting more than 70% of children globally. Though not well-publicized, vitamin D can play a role in improving oral health. “One of the very first clinical trials on the benefits of vitamin D was reported in 1928. May Mellanby reported that. And what she found is, yes, that boys who had taken the vitamin D developed fewer dental caries than boys who didn’t.” “Sunlight exposure has many health benefits. Vitamin D is one of the more important ones. So going outdoors helps reduce the chance of developing depression.”
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2020-01-18   629 vizionări
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2020-01-18

Phytochemicals: Our Powerful Protectors with Dr. Agussalim, Part 1 of 2

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Phytochemicals: Our Powerful Protectors with Dr. Agussalim, Part 1 of 2

The fruits and vegetables of our world come in a wide array of colors, such as green peppers, yellow corn, red raspberries, purple eggplants, and white jicamas. These beautiful plants can be made into an endless variety of delicious dishes for us to nourish our bodies. Have you ever wondered why these plants have such fascinating colors and for what reason we feel rejuvenated after eating them? The answer is phytochemicals!The growing popularity of organic produce and nutritional supplements that are rich in phytochemicals is an indication that phytochemicals are finally getting their due recognition for being our powerful protectors!
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2018-07-09   2145 vizionări
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2018-07-09

Taiwan Adventist Hospital – A Vegetarian Hospital with a Caring Mission, Part 3 of 3

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Taiwan Adventist Hospital – A Vegetarian Hospital with a Caring Mission, Part 3 of 3

Today, we introduce TAH’s healthy lifestyle project called NEWSTART. This wellness initiative was created by the Weimar Institute in California, USA, an entity that was also founded by Adventists. NEWSTART is an acronym for Nutrition, Exercise, Water, Sunlight, Temperance, Air, Rest, and Trust (in Divine Power). To correspond with the hospital’s mission to maintain public health, TAH established the Sanyu Health Education Center as a NEWSTART program site, with the Weimar Institute’s support and guidance. The Sanyu Health Education Center, located in Nantou, Taiwan (Formosa), was founded to improve the public’s well-being by teaching disease prevention strategies and providing services related to physical and mental wellness promotion. We were honored to interview Dr. James Wu, the center’s chief executive officer who kindly shared his insights on how NEWSTART keeps program participants healthy and enhances lives. As a vegan, he advocates a diet of “4 Noes and 1 High,” with meals served at the Sanyu Health Education Center following these guidelines. Dr. Wu explains. “‘Four Noes and One High.’ This means no refined oil, no refined sugar, no eggs, and no milk, and a diet high in fiber. That means a vegan diet. Veganism was mentioned in the [Holy] Bible, in the Book of Genesis, which was written several thousand years ago. Records from 4,000 years ago say that we humans were herbivores originally. The evidence is in our dental structure, the wavy lining and length of our intestines, and the folds of our large intestine. Humans have a biological structure that is suitable for the vegan diet. Cows, sheep, horses, camels, and elephants are all vegetarians. They are physically strong and live very long lives. Their body structure is that of vegetarians. We humans, by nature, are vegetarians. In the [Holy] Bible, Genesis, Chapter 1, it is said that all fruits, vegetables, and plants are food for us. So, recently the plant-based diet has become a trend.” Our health is reflective of our daily lifestyle. An inappropriate diet and undesirable habits are the main causes of many chronic illnesses. The NEWSTART program provides a solution by helping nurture practices that are beneficial to one’s health, including mental wellness. A result of NEWSTART’s focus is an overall reduced need for medical treatment by people completing the program, thus lowering their healthcare costs. We are very grateful to Dr. Wu for sharing his knowledge and providing us with a useful background on the NEWSTART program. Let’s all make a new start, embracing the wholesome plant-based lifestyle, which brings peace and wellness to all beings.
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2020-06-20   490 vizionări
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2020-06-20

Assimilating the Yoga Spirit into Daily Life, Part 2 of 2

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Assimilating the Yoga Spirit into Daily Life, Part 2 of 2

Yoga is not simply a workout; it’s also a form of spiritual cultivation to achieve a balanced life and liberation. Yoga practice involves both active qualities, such as the various postures performed, as well as static like meditation. All of the practice elements require relaxation and concentration to obtain the best results. How does Meggie quickly tune into the desired state? “When I do yoga practice by myself, I will pray first. I usually pray that today I will be able to bring the flow of God to the students through this exercise; and allow the students to benefit, whether it’s physical, emotional, psychological, or spiritual. They can give feedback and contribute positive energy to the universe.” For those who have a desk job, movement during the workday is likely minimal. Meggie has some asanas that can be done in one’s chair for better health. As we’ve just seen, yoga can be done practically anywhere. Here are some postures we can do in the comfort of our home.
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2020-02-15   673 vizionări
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2020-02-15

A Surgeon’s Strategies for Health and Longevity, Part 1 of 2

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A Surgeon’s Strategies for Health and Longevity, Part 1 of 2

On today’s program, surgeon Dr. Lo Lai-Oi will share her practical knowledge about the connection between food and health. Owing to her medical training, she knows how to find reliable sources of nutritional information, and can easily discern what is anecdotal and what is based on science. From her research and experience, Dr. Lo has found four equally essential strategies for healthy eating. First, she makes sure her food is free of contamination. After that, she tries eat most of her food raw. The other two strategies are that her diet is plant-based and whole food.
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2019-03-30   3946 vizionări
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2019-03-30

Making Informed Medical Decisions with Dr. Pamela Popper, Part 1 of 2 (INT)

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Making Informed Medical Decisions with Dr. Pamela Popper, Part 1 of 2 (INT)

Dr. Pamela Popper is a vegan naturopath and an expert in medicine, nutrition, and health. She is the founder and president of Wellness Forum Health. She has written books such as “Food Over Medicine: The Conversation That Can Save Your Life,” and “Solving America’s Healthcare Crisis.” That is one of the key services offered by Dr. Popper and Wellness Forum Health – helping and informing people on what is best to eat and what to avoid. “I’m 61 years old. I have more energy now than I did when I was 20, and I have the energy to do everything I want to do. …People say sometimes it just can’t be all that simple that diet is so important. You just make it sound like diet makes everything better. Well, it does make everything better.”
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2019-12-14   828 vizionări
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2019-12-14

Dr. Heather Shenkman: An Interventional Cardiologist’s Tips for a Healthy Heart, Part 3 of 4 (INT)

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Dr. Heather Shenkman: An Interventional Cardiologist’s Tips for a Healthy Heart, Part 3 of 4 (INT)

I have seen some wonderful things happen to my patients who’ve adopted plant-based diets. Of patients who have had heart issues, of those who have gone plant-based in the course of my 11-year career, I have not seen a single one of them have another heart attack, or stroke, or need bypass surgery, or need any further stents. But around that same time I also learned about the work of Dr. Dean Ornish and Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, who demonstrated in their research that a plant-based diet can actually reverse even the most severe of heart disease.
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2019-08-31   743 vizionări
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2019-08-31

The Dangers of Microplastics to Health, Part 2 of 2

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The Dangers of Microplastics to Health, Part 2 of 2

Nowadays, the majority of clothing contains synthetic fabrics, such as nylon or polyester. Clothes like T-shirts, dresses and jeans may use cotton that is blended with synthetic materials. These manmade fabrics are comprised of plastic fibers. Workers in the fabric manufacturing plant may inhale them. The dimensions of microfibers are an important factor for their toxicity. Finer fibers are easier
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2021-01-23   66 vizionări
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2021-01-23

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   3531 vizionări
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2019-03-09

Brisk Walking – Your Steps to Health, Part 2 of 2

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Brisk Walking – Your Steps to Health, Part 2 of 2

In this episode, we will provide some techniques that can help one to briskly walk with efficiency and examine ways to get motivated to do this beneficial physical activity regularly. As to posture, one should stand up straight. One’s eyes should be looking forward, paying attention to what is about 6 meters ahead. Regulating arm motion is also important. Sharing your accomplishments and walking routes with friends via social networks can be motivating. By quickly walking to work, you have exercised without spending your precious downtime, saved some money, and spared the air by not driving! Moreover, researchers have found that brisk walking could help to clear your mind and enhance your creativity. Walking your canine friend at a brisk pace can improve his or her fitness, and yours too! Alternatively, you could join a walking club to keep up motivation to get fit. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to briskly walk and reap the rewards!
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2020-01-31   544 vizionări
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2020-01-31

Dr. William Grant on Bolstering Health Through Sunlight and Vitamin D, Part 1 of 3

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Dr. William Grant on Bolstering Health Through Sunlight and Vitamin D, Part 1 of 3

Dr. Grant is an American physicist with a 30-year career in developing laser systems for remote atmospheric sensing and a former National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) employee. He became interested in health issues and, thus, in 2004, founded the “Sunlight, Nutrition, and Health Research Center” or SUNARC in San Francisco, California, USA. In this three-part series, we'll learn about the advantages of sun exposure, namely absorption of Ultraviolet B or UVB rays that stimulate the body's production of vitamin D, which has significant health-boosting effects. “In our book ‘Embrace the Sun,’ we did mention that sun deprivation can be as dangerous as smoking. That was based on a study from Sweden which followed people for 10 or 20 years and looked at mortality rates as a function of the amount of time they spent in the sun. Those who spent more time in the sun lived longer." In our interview, Dr. Grant stated there is overwhelming evidence that vitamin D created by Ultraviolet B ray exposure can prevent, and reduce the death rate from, certain cancers.
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2020-01-04   850 vizionări
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2020-01-04

Live Simply to Be Free

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Live Simply to Be Free

In today’s program, we will discuss the wisdom of living a quiet and humble life,ways to lead such a lifestyle and highlight the untold benefits simplicity brings us. We’re brainwashed by society into believing that an abundance of material things will give us long-lasting happiness and peace of mind. However, the sages and wise persons of the past and present have shared with our world a much different perspective. Albert Einstein, often regarded as the greatest scientist of the 20th century, perceptively wrote: “ A calm and modest life brings more happiness than the pursuit of success combined with constant restlessness.”
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2019-04-27   5177 vizionări
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2019-04-27

Healing through Playing with Art: Art Therapist Joan Stanford (vegan), Part 1 of 3

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Healing through Playing with Art: Art Therapist Joan Stanford (vegan), Part 1 of 3

According to the British Association of Art Therapists, art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses art media as its primary mode of expression and communication. Art is not used as a diagnostic tool but as a medium to address emotional issues, which may be confusing and distressing. We are honored to feature and interview with Joan Stanford, a vegan board-certified art therapist, who will graciously introduce us to the practical uses and positive effects of art therapy. “The directive that I was taught in my training was to hold it in your hands as though it was your heart or you. Something, so you’re very gentle with it. Like you spent five minutes just holding clay in your hands and manipulating it in some fashion. How did that make you feel? And often, people cry because it’s a tactile medium, so it’s a very early stage in our development, pre-verbal and all of that, and it just opens up things.” “A dramatic example I remember was with a young boy that had night terrors. He had a really horrific thing happen in his life. And I asked him to, on this piece of paper, put something symbolic of the fear, so he put… and then I said, ‘Well, now fold that up, hide it.’ So, he folded it up… but over the next few weeks, he stopped having the night terrors.”
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2020-05-16   391 vizionări
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2020-05-16

Brisk Walking – Your Steps to Health, Part 1 of 2

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Brisk Walking – Your Steps to Health, Part 1 of 2

According to the World Health Organization, physical inactivity is the fourth leading risk factor for death in the world. Following the timeless advice of Hippocrates: “Walking is the man’s best medicine,” the UK government has published a step-by-step guide, “Moving Medicine,” for doctors to talk to their patients about the importance of physical activity in relation to their health conditions. You can reduce your cancer risk just by making small changes, and this is highlighted by the fact that so many cancer cases could be prevented through something as simple as brisk walking.” Other than physical benefits, fast walking may also improve your mood, memory, and creativity. Even 10-minutes of vigorous walking each day could make you feel much better in so many ways.
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2020-01-24   1199 vizionări
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2020-01-24

Dr. William Grant on Bolstering Health Through Sunlight and Vitamin D, Part 2 of 3

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Dr. William Grant on Bolstering Health Through Sunlight and Vitamin D, Part 2 of 3

“There are many benefits of sunlight and being in nature. People can have reduced risk of Seasonal Affective Disorder with more UV exposure from (sun) lamps or from taking more vitamin D. Vitamin D has been found to reduce the risk of depression. There has also been studies showing that vitamin D during pregnancy helps increase serotonin levels during pregnancy and that the offspring then have better serotonin production and that serotonin is linked to the risk of autism. Sunlight and Vitamin D can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s and other dementia.” Animal products are also a risk factor for developing dementia. Dr. Grant explains. “The countries with the highest meat or other animal product consumption had the highest rates of Alzheimer’s and that was about 6% or 7% of the senior population, age-adjusted. Whereas the countries that had very little meat and (ate) mainly grains, and so on, had about 1 or 2%.”
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2020-01-11   706 vizionări
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2020-01-11

The Vegan Macrobiotic Lifestyle, Part 2 of 2

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The Vegan Macrobiotic Lifestyle, Part 2 of 2

The Macrobiotics Cooking School Lima has been in operation for over 50 years. The culinary school received the 2019 Vegetarian Award Grand Prize. While some macrobiotics practitioners consume animal products, many choose to omit meat, dairy, and eggs. When we continue on macrobiotics, our body changes in various way. If our food changes, our blood will change. If our blood changes, our cells will change. If our cells change, we become healthier. Consequently, our mind will become calmer, this world will be more peaceful.
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2019-04-20   3923 vizionări
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2019-04-20
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