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Learn how to use food as your vehicle to meet your health goals with our educational cooking demonstration and tasting.
The third point on the liver channel - when open, emotion run freely, sleep is easy, and our lives move forward. When closed, our body responds.
Heart Disease is the leading cause of death for men in the United States. Find out your cardiac risk with a simple test (and its not cholesterol)!
Working with the subconscious mind to understand emotions that are tucked away.
Research has shown that diet can play a big role in men’s health. Numerous studies have found that diets high in saturated fat such as animal protein, poultry, and various dairy products, and low in dietary fiber, can increase risk of various diseases and disorders such as heart disease, Erectile dysfunction, various cancers including colorectal and prostate cancer, and diabetes. Several studies also have found a link between dairy consumption and increased risk of prostate cancer. In recognition of Men’s Health Month, try this delicious non-dairy yogurt recipe which is rich in dietary fiber, dairy free, and low in saturated fat if you do not use the coconut milk yogurt. Enjoy this for breakfast by adding fiber rich foods such as ground flaxseed or your favorite nuts/seeds.
Between the ages of 5 and 21 I took ballet and modern dance classes. When I walked, my feet were in habitual turn out. This was My Body’s Way of walking.I was proud of my ballet feet but eventually this caused me to have problems with my back.
It wasn’t until I started taking Nia in 2009, that I was shown that the body’s natural way of walking was in parallel.The healthy skeleton is built with the feet parallel directly under the pelvis.The Body’s Way of walking is the heel leads and then the whole foot comes down.If the foot is in turn out, the heel lead comes down on the side of the heel, throwing the pelvis, hips and spine out of alignment.This could cause eventual knee, hip and back problems.
I still catch myself walking with a slight turn out but quickly adjust my walk.When I walk now, my mantra is “heel lead, whole foot, heel lead whole foot, heel lead whole foot….”
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Using "clear heat" herbs to reduce fever and fight infection.
Managing the stress of Lyme with a healthy lifestyle: Diet, Exercise/Physical Activity, Sleep, and Stress Management.
There are many benefits to acupressure. Supporting the lung channel is very important when faced with Lyme and related illnesses.
Enjoy this tasty recipe for a gluten free, grain free, dairy free side dish or starch accompanyment to any lunch or dinner.