Archive for March, 2010

Natural Treatments for Diabetes

Natural Treatments for Diabetes

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Diabetes is a disease that decreases the body’s ability to convert blood sugar into energy. The main reason why the body can’t utilize blood sugar is because of low insulin levels. Insulin is needed to stimulate cells to absorb blood sugar. In the USA, diabetes affects more than 10 million Americans and is one of the leading causes of death in the world.

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Kymatica: A Movie About Universal Consciousness

Kymatica: A Movie About Universal Consciousness

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on March 29, 2010 | Reply

I often do not do many movie reviews but Kymatica did such a great job of exploring the metaphysical aspects of reality and how consciousness affects us that I believe it is worth reviewing. You may or may not realize it but humanity and mother Earth are going through a shift in consciousness. Some of the signs that show this shift is happening are time acceleration and increase in natural disasters and psychic experiences.

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Top Ten Energy Foods

Top Ten Energy Foods

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on March 24, 2010 | 3 Replies

When choosing energy food some people like to go for the one with the highest calories. Taking this route may not be the best way to go because high calorie food usually contains less nutrients. Nutrients are essential for metabolism and cell health. When you lack nutrients, your body can not function at maximum efficiency.

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Stress: How It Relates to Premature Aging

Stress: How It Relates to Premature Aging

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on March 22, 2010 | 2 Replies

Stress is one of the most common cause of health problems, but yet doctors rarely tell their patients to reduce their stress levels. One of the negative effects of stress is that it can cause our hormones to become imbalanced. This can lead to many chronic diseases. One of them is premature aging. Premature aging is caused by many factors, but one of the most common ones is stress. Too much stress can cause our bodies to deplete certain important nutrients, such as magnesium and calcium. These two nutrients are very important for cell health. Stress can weaken our immune system and reduce the production of anti-aging hormones in our bodies. With less anti-aging hormones, we increase our risks of premature aging.

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Numerology: The Blueprint for Spiritual Growth and Happiness

Numerology: The Blueprint for Spiritual Growth and Happiness

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on March 20, 2010 | Reply

Numerology is a numeral system that uses numbers to express a person’s characteristics, talents and path in life. It is a powerful system that connects numbers with fundamental laws of the Universe. The core numbers of numerology begin with five numbers, which are known as the primary numbers. These numbers may vary depending on what version of numerology is being used. Two of the primary numbers come from your birthday and the other three come from your name. These five numbers can give you a blueprint of your strengths and weaknesses.

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Reduce Stress: Ten Stress Relief Tips

Reduce Stress: Ten Stress Relief Tips

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on March 15, 2010 | Reply

Stress is known as the silent killer, because it can cause chronic health problems without us even knowing it. This is one of the reasons why we should reduce stress as much as possible. One of the negative effects of stress is hormone imbalance. When we are stressed, our body produces certain anti-stress chemicals to protect itself from the harmful effects of stress. Too much stress can cause our body to produce too many anti-stress chemicals. This can disrupt our chemical balance, which weakens all the systems of our bodies.

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Allimax 100 Percent Allicin – Review

Allimax 100 Percent Allicin – Review

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on March 12, 2010 | Reply

Allimax is a nutraceutical created by Peter Josling and his team of experts. Allimax is the world’s first commercially available stabilized allicin extract. Allicin is a natural chemical compound found in garlic. According to Dr. Deagle, stabilized allicin can kill all known pathogens, and is very effective at killing bacteria and virus, even drug resistant bacteria.

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Heart Chakra: The Energy Center of Love and Compassion

Heart Chakra: The Energy Center of Love and Compassion

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The heart chakra is the doorway to spiritual knowledge; therefore, people who have a balanced heart chakra will have greater universal love and understanding. It is located a few inches in front and in back of the heart. Its color is green and represent universal love. People who have a blocked heart chakra will lack compassion and love. This blockage can cause them to become abusive or afraid of being loved.

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How to Test Blood pH Level

How to Test Blood pH Level

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on March 7, 2010 | 16 Replies

Your blood pH level plays an important role for your overall health, because if your blood pH level is acidic, your cells cannot function properly. Acidic blood or acidosis also creates an environment for harmful microorganisms and cancer to thrive in. Besides being toxic to cells, acidic blood also increases your risk of cancer, because it decreases oxygen and nutrient levels in your body

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ELISA ACT: Allergy Blood Test

ELISA ACT: Allergy Blood Test

Authored or posted by | Updated on | Published on March 4, 2010 | Reply

The ELISA/ACT test is a test used for testing a person’s immune response to certain substances, including food, medication and environmental chemicals. The test was developed by Russell Jaffe, M.D. for detecting hidden or delayed allergies. These types of allergies usually occur after a few hours or a few days of being exposed to certain foods or chemicals. If you want to get an ELISA/ACT test, you will usually have to visit your physician to get your blood drawn. After your physician gets a sample of your blood, your physician can send it to a certified ELISA/ACT laboratory for testing.

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