Hydration is Key to Optimize Bodily Functions...

Jun 27, 2016 by

Dr. Tricia Pingel Water plays an important role in mineral absorption and the overall health of the body. Especially during the hot summer months and in stressful situations, people naturally need to drink more water. To stay hydrated at a minimum, a person needs to drink half their body weight in ounces each day to maintain normal cell function, not including exercise. This ensures that the fat and water membranes surrounding body cells are healthy enough to absorb water and minerals. If the cell membrane is not correctly hydrated, water and important minerals cannot permeate the cell and are quickly urinated out of the body. That’s why some people constantly go to the bathroom when they drink a lot of water. If they had the proper minerals this will not be the case. When...

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Relax, Your Brain Needs It

Jun 23, 2016 by

Sometimes it feels as if you are constantly on the go. Finding time for yourself is a difficult feat in today’s modern fast-paced world. However, relaxation is an essential component to living a happy and healthy lifestyle. Here are six ideas to help you relax. 1. Wear a headband built by Brain State Technologies– The brain has more connections than there are known cubic meters in the universe. When you are under stress, every cell in the body is affected because stress is connected to the brain. The brain needs to relax and Brain State Technologies wants to change the world and make a big difference in your way of living with their creation. By wearing a headband that listens to your own brain activity, you can take control and take action against bad...

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Have You Heard About the Ancient Superfood Ghee and its Benefits Yet?...

Jun 19, 2016 by

From the Publisher Trina Becksted: I got introduced to ghee when I had my first Ayurvedic consultation. A dear friend of mine, Ambaya (one of Deepak Chopra’s very first certified instructors in Ayurvedic healing), turned me on to this fabulous ”healthy butter” as I called it. Then a few years later I was reintroduced to ghee while traveling in more of my spiritual and yogic circles. It was Ruth Hartung, owner of 7 Centers for Yoga Arts in Sedona, who used it. I knew ghee was something I needed to incorporate into my diet, if I too wanted Enlightenment. It is easy to make, but for easy access check this out from a company called Fourth & Heart and order it online: Ghee is a superfood with restorative properties that is similar to butter,...

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New Easy Way To Get Omega- 7

Jun 10, 2016 by

From the Publisher Trina Becksted for Holistic Healing News: This little bottle of Seabuck Oil seemed small but is very mighty. I held it up to the light and thought I would add some drops to my water and sample it this way. So I drank it down. The flavor was pleasant enough, however the red oil residue made it challenging (if not impossible) to remove from my drinking glass. Then I read where it could be applied directly to the skin, so I thought I would try it topically. It created a red tinge on my skin that I hoped would fade quickly. It took about half an hour to fade into my legs. The years of sun tanning, scuba diving and sitting on boat decks in direct sun (with salt water destroying...

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