Archive for July, 2009

Natural Hair Loss Treatments

Natural Hair Loss Treatments

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on July 29, 2009 | Reply

For most people baldness is something that is not very pleasant to have when it is not intentional. Waking up in the morning and realizing that you are losing hair can be a nightmare. There are approximately 50 million Americans who are suffering from some form of hair loss. There are many reasons why people lose hair, some of them may be the results of insufficient levels of zinc and biotin, high-fat diets, androgen hormones, birth control pills, testosterone supplements, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol levels, smoking and an increased in auto-antibodies.

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Xenoestrogens Health Hazard

Xenoestrogens Health Hazard

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on July 27, 2009 | Reply

Xenoestrogens are chemical compounds that are not naturally found in nature. These foreign chemicals are usually found in polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastics and organochlorines. Xenoestrogens are found in many plastic food containers, such as yogurt, juice, milk, baby bottle and water container. They are also found in pesticides, detergents, bleached products and makeup. These chemicals are so popular that there are more than 100,000 xenoestrogens in use today.

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Five Things That Promote Immune Deficiency

Five Things That Promote Immune Deficiency

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on July 25, 2009 | Reply

The immune system is one of nature’s best defense system. If you nourish it right, it can become your best friend but nourish it wrong and it can become your worst enemy. Your immune system is a very complex system containing many smaller systems. Somehow, nature found a way to make these smaller systems work in cooperation so you can experience life as a human being.

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Swine Flu: How to Survive an Epidemic

Swine Flu: How to Survive an Epidemic

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on July 24, 2009 | 4 Replies

The swine flu was big news in mid April of this year but it may be even bigger news this fall. The reasons why I think it may be bigger news this fall is because this type of flu usually comes in 3 waves, and the cold season is when it is the most deadliest. The flu virus works by attacking the respiratory system and weakening the immune system. It is contagious and is usually spread by an infected person though sneezing, coughing, exchanging of body fluids and physical contact.

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The Seven Chakras: Crown Chakra

The Seven Chakras: Crown Chakra

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on July 22, 2009 | Reply

The crown chakra (seventh chakra), also known as sahasrara, is the last chakra of the seven main chakras of the body. It is violet in color and is shaped like two cones located around the head. The two cones that are connected at their tip. One cone extends toward the top of the head while the other extends toward the neck. The area where they are connected is located at the center of the head. The energies that make up the cones spin opposite of each other. The crown chakra is the gateway between the physical self and universal self.

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The Seven Chakras: Third Eye Chakra

The Seven Chakras: Third Eye Chakra

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on July 21, 2009 | Reply

The third eye chakra (sixth chakra), also known as ajna, is an indigo energy center located between the eyes or forehead. The third eye chakra looks like two cones that are connected at their tip. One cone extend in front of the body and the other extend in back of the body. The area where they are connected is located at the center of the body. The energies that make up the two cones spin opposite of each other. Its energy powers the eyes, ears, hypothalamus, pituitary gland and pineal gland.

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The Seven Chakras: Throat Chakra

The Seven Chakras: Throat Chakra

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on July 20, 2009 | 6 Replies

The throat chakra (fifth chakra), also known as vishuddha, is the chakra that deals with communication and creativity. It is located by the throat. The throat chakra looks like two cones that are connected at their tip. One cone extend in front of the body and the other extend in back of the body. The area where they are connected is located at the center of the neck. The turquoise (light-blue) energies that make up each cone spin opposite of each other.

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The Seven Chakras: Heart Chakra

The Seven Chakras: Heart Chakra

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on July 19, 2009 | 1 Reply

The heart chakra (fourth chakra), also known as anahata, is an energy center located around the chest. The reason why it is called the heart chakra is because it is located near the heart. Its energy shines with the color of green. The heart chakra looks like two cones that are connected at their tip. One cone extend in front of the body and the other extend in back of the body. The area where they are connected is located at the center of the body. The energies that make up the cones spin opposite of one another.

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The Seven Chakras: Solar Plexus Chakra

The Seven Chakras: Solar Plexus Chakra

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on July 18, 2009 | Reply

The solar plexus chakra (third chakra), also known as manipura, is an energy vortex located near the stomach. This chakra is yellow in color. The solar plexus chakra looks like two cones that are connected at their tip. One cone extend in front of the body and the other extend in back of the body. The area where they are connected is located near the center of the body. The energies that make up each cone spin opposite of each other.

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The Seven Chakras: Sacral Plexus Chakra

The Seven Chakras: Sacral Plexus Chakra

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on July 16, 2009 | 2 Replies

The sacral plexus chakra is orange in color. It is located near the abdomen, just beneath the navel. Like the root chakra, the sacral plexus chakra deals with sexual activities, but also reproductive activities, emotions and creativity. Its energy governs the reproductive organs and is responsible for nourishing the fetus.

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