Tag Archives: blood circulation

The unique benefits of prenatal yoga

May 8, 2013

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by Karen L. Glick —  As the practice of yoga in the United States continues to grow in popularity, we learn more about its many benefits. Most of us begin our interest in yoga as a supplementary approach to physical fitness. However, as we continue to practice, we experience the mind-body-spirit connection so often referenced […]

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Foot reflexology: The window into your health

April 15, 2013

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by Fatina Hijab —  As winter approaches, it is necessary to pay closer attention to our feet. Colder weather not only contracts the concrete blocks and electrical wires throughout our cities, but the muscles in our bodies contract as well. Cold weather means having cold feet, craving rich fatty foods and working out less. Without […]

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Wag your tail to health

February 4, 2013

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by Steve Kricun —  Dr. Ichi Lee believes he has unlocked the key to improving your health in the simplest way. And it all starts by wagging your tail. Lee, a Korean physician, subscribes to the philosophy that we should heal ourselves. “The best and most knowledgeable healer lives inside of you,” Lee said. More […]

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Reflexology can help your health condition

January 26, 2013

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by Fatina Hijab —  Reflexology works in harmony with our natural healing mechanism and its tendency to maintain homeostasis throughout the human body. Homeostasis is an inherently individualized balanced state of physical and emotional wellness. According to Chinese Traditional Medicine, disease occurs when the body is imbalanced. Since the body is programmed to detect the […]

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Energy medicine: A complementary therapy to chronic illness

November 5, 2012

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by Malonie Gabriel —  What is energy medicine and how is it different from Western medicine? Energy medicine proposes that the universe and everything in it is made up of energy. Even matter, as Albert Einstein’s formula (E=MC2) illustrates, is congealed energy. The term “subtle energy” was first used by Einstein to describe the minute, […]

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The importance of warming up and cooling down

September 27, 2012

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by Scott White —  Like any machine, the body needs to get ready for use. Before you race a car, you rev the engine and warm it up enough so that it performs at its best. Similarly, our bodies need warming up before any major physical exertion, be it work around the house/office, athletic events […]

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A new complete wheatgrass powder

August 26, 2012

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by Stan Kalson —  Complete wheatgrass powder differs from traditional wheatgrass juice in that it contains the whole plant, including the roots. The plant is ground up, cold dried and powdered. When the powder is activated with cold water, it is very active biologically with a mild, palatable taste, unlike the juice of wheatgrass. Wheatgrass […]

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