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Complementary Therapies


Can Vitamins Increase Your Health and Vitality?

If you do not have the foundations of good health, like a good diet, regular exercise, keeping up your spiritual and emotional health and reducing your toxic load, no supplements are going to help you very much. But if you do have a good healthy foundation, do you still need vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements?

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Life as a Compulsive Overeater

For years now I have been aware that I am a compulsive overeater. My parents were noshers. For those who don't know, noshing is the Yiddish term for what is now called grazing-meaning, eating little bits of food, and eating constantly. I grew up in a New York Jewish home where even though there was not much money for a lot of years, there was always a full refrigerator.

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Music: The Magic Exercise Supplement

Music is one of those health topics where personal experience meets science and clinical trials. Several studies have been done on the effect of music on exercise. In fact, I could go on and on listing them. Most studies do show a positive effect to music during a workout, but then there are some studies that show no effect to music during a workout.

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Native American Healing - How You Can Get Started

Although the modern Native American population might not initially seem to be an exemplar of good health practices, it's important to separate the tradition and potential of Native American culture with its current situation. Adopting the traditions of gratitude and reverence for nature is a great way to begin adopting a Native American attitude toward one's health.

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Black Cohosh - Health Benefits to Women

Black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) is a perennial plant whose gnarled root has been used as treatment for various "female problems" for many years. It is well documented that generations of American women have relied on black cohosh to relieve the symptoms of female specific discomforts, from PMS and menstrual cramps to menopausal symptoms.

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Health Benefits of Green Tea and Black Tea

Black tea is one of the most popular teas in the world. The citizens of England just adore it and use it as a main ingredient in many of their breakfast teas. Black tea comes from the same plant that green tea, white, and oolong tea come from, but it has a distinctively strong flavor and characteristically dark color.

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Reaching The State of Euphoria

The early summer period is considered ideal for you to take care of your neglected self, to rectify any of your bad winter habits, to find the necessary time to improve your health and fitness levels, to offer some small "gifts" to your body and consecutively to improve the quality of your life.

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Women and Coffee

I do not know about you, but for me, coffee drinking, especially in the morning or early evening, is more than a simple habit or cultural characteristic. Actually, it has become a necessity without which I cannot open my eyes and stand on my two feet all day.

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The Importance Of Reflexology For Eczema

Reflexology for eczema is a frequently asked question by eczema sufferers who choose for whatever reason not to participate in chemical treatments in the way of prescription medications and creams. This debatable issue is a highly combustible conversation due to an overwhelming difference in patients who suffer from it.

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Teens And Eating Disorders

As we were all teenagers at one time, that is if you are twenty years of age or older today, you know that the teenage years are full problems, peer pressure, stress and the desire to fit in. It is not surprising then, with all of the peer pressure and images from the media, as well as the strong desire to fit in, that eating disorders are most common among teenagers.

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