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Skipping Breakfast Is Not A Weight Control Method
Many people are looking for the ultimate diet, usually as a means of avoiding the harsh, time-consuming reality of exercise. It doesn't help that the media is obsessed with promoting not only flawlessly skinny body images, but "easy" diets that supposedly involve little or no work. A diet in and of itself isn't a bad thing, it is the dietary choices that you make that count. Some people choose healthy diets that focus on cutting out sugars and processed foods, but others go a more unhealthy...

Smoking Leads To A Shorter Life
Smoking leads to a shorter life. Sounds like a dramatic news headline, but there is nothing dramatic or comical about it: smoking will kill you faster, plain and simple. One of the main reasons you should quit smoking if you have a tobacco habit is because quitting today will start to build your life expectancy back up. Let's take a look at some of the ways in which smoking affects your life expectancy so that you can make the decision to change your habits today. We are all well aware that...

Vitamin D Can Do So Much For Your Health
Our bodies require many vitamins and minerals in order to function properly and sustain the various metabolic processes that keep up healthy and fit. One vitamin that is especially important for our physiology is Vitamin D, and there are many health benefits associated with the intake of Vitamin D. Vitamin D supports the following processes in our bodies: · Provides calcium that contributes to the development of healthy bones and prevents medical conditions such as osteoporosis and...

Is The Media Responsible For Eating Disorders?
The media bombards us with pressure to be thin and perfect, and this kind of pressure does not lead to a healthy self-image or healthy eating habits. Women, especially teenage girls, are particularly vulnerable to the images of celebrity and model bodily perfection that are really just the result of personal trainers, stylists, and airbrushing. Despite the fact that women logically know that bodies portrayed in the media and popular culture are false idols, they still worship and strive for...

Healing Properties of Vitamin C
You always hear that you need vitamin C, get enough vitamin C, vitamin C is a cure-all etc. But do you really know much about it, other than the general idea that it is good for you? This vitamin is one of the most important nutrients that humans and animals need to survive. Known also as an ascorbate or ascorbic acid, vitamin C is a vital antioxidant and facilitates enzymatic reactions and collagen synthesis without which people develop scurvy and have difficulty healing wounds and preventing...

Sodium Bicarbonate Is Not Just For Making Cookies
Sodium bicarbonate is a chemical compound and is naturally a component of the mineral natron, although it can be produced artificially as well. You may know it by more familiar names: baking soda, bread soda, and cooking soda. Sodium bicarbonate is frequently used in cooking, but it has other uses as well and some of them are medical. Let's first establish what sodium bicarbonate does and then take a closer look at how it can be used medicinally. What does sodium bicarbonate do? Sodium...

The Connection Between Weight And Depression
The medical and psychological communities are starting to come around to a more holistic idea when viewing illnesses of the body and mind: our body and mind are not separate compartments, they have a constant connection and influence on one another. For this reason, many people now recognize that physical problems can start in the mind and problems in the mind can be influenced by physical factors. One area in which researchers find the aforementioned statement to be true is weight control....

Get Rid of the Bloats Today!
All of us have been bloated at one point or another in our lives, and it is definitely not a pleasant feeling. You are taken over by sluggishness, pressure, discomfort, and maybe even the sense that you are swelling up like a human balloon. There are various medical conditions that lead to chronic bloating, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn's disease and lactose intolerance, but many people swell up because of a much more controllable problem: overeating. In order to understand how...

Healthy Family Communication
A good flow of communication is one of the building blocks of healthy relationships with people we care about. This is especially true of family. When families are able to talk openly and honestly with each other, they both parents and children are able to build mutual respect and trust between each other. Everyone is different and everyone has different needs, so cooperating through communication can help each person feel valued and heard and strengthen the spirit of family cooperation. Here...

Manage Your Weight With Hypnosis
There are many strategies that people employ to lose weight, some effective and other just false fads (think crash diets). The truth behind weight loss is that it is about forming and maintaining healthy eating and exercise habits-there is not magic way to lose weight, it is a matter of discipline and effort. One way you can find assistance in developing healthy eating and exercise habits that will contribute to your ability to manage your weight is hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy is not like the...

Can Your Diet Help You Overcome MS?
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that damages the axons around the brain and spinal cord and disrupts their ability to communicate with each other, leading to a variety of degenerative symptoms such as inflammation, neurological problems, and muscle spasms. It typically appears in early adulthood and more common among women than men. Many doctors and experts in the medical profession, particularly practitioners of mainstream medicine, believe that multiple sclerosis or MS has no...

Vitamin C, E, and B - What About Vitamin D?
You have probably heard a lot about vitamin C, vitamin E, and maybe even vitamin B. But have you heard much about vitamin D and its role in maintaining a healthy, functioning body? Vitamin D is one of the unsung heroes of mineral supplements, and it plays a crucial part in boosting your body's immune system and strengthening its bones. Many people suffer from vitamin D deficiencies and don't even know it, but they feel it-achy bones or frequent illnesses and infections. Let's take a closer look...

What Makes a Good eBay Business Operator?
In this day and age eCommerce is all the rage; the more connected we are by globalization and the internet, the more fruitful it is to engage in business practices that take advantage of the global business community. One of the most popular and successful eCommerce sites is eBay, and if you are thinking of getting started in business, then making a name for yourself by way of eBay is definitely an option you should explore. Starting a business on eBay comes with many perks. A eBay business...

Avoiding the Weight Pitfalls of Smoking Cessation
If you are a smoker or you know a smoker, then you know that when it comes to quitting smokers always have an excuse, a reason for why they just aren't quite ready to give up tobacco. One of the most common excuses smokers use to avoid putting out that last cigarette is weight gain. Many smokers claim that smoking helps them keep their weight in check and they fear that if they quit, they will, to put it bluntly, get fat. If we look beyond the appalling fact that many tobacco users laud smoking...

What Does Body Mass Index Really Mean?
If you are trying to lose weight, then you have probably heard the term Body Mass Index or BMI but do you know why it is important and what is has to do with getting in shape? If not, then read on so you can get a better understanding what BMI is and both its limitations and helpfulness relative to your journey to a healthier body and lifestyle. What is the Body Mass Index? Your BMI is a proxy for measuring your body fat based on your weight and height. Determining your BMI can be done by...

Are You Infertile Because You're Smoking?
Infertility is not an issue that only women worry about; men can also contribute to a couple's inability to conceive a baby. Many people, smokers and non-smokers alike, do not realize that smoking cigarettes impairs fertility in both men and women. If you are a smoker and are interested in having children than pay attention - your habit may be hindering your ability to experience the joys of parenting. Let's take a look at some of the ways that smoking impacts the fertility of both men and...

Weight Loss Is Not Fat Loss, What's the Difference?
Many people who are trying to lose weight fail to make the distinction between weight loss and fat loss. A big mistake, since weight loss and fat loss are not interchangeable terms. Misunderstanding that there is a major difference between weight loss and fat loss often leads people to fitness frustration and stagnation. In order to really achieve your optimal body and health, you need to have a proper understanding of how everything really works so let's start by getting a better understanding...

My Views on Colloidal Silver
I see many clients to help them to stop smoking, lose weight and other issues. With most of my clients, especially the smokers I talk to them about Colloidal Silver. As I explain to them while I cannot prescribe or medicate I can share this information as they can find it on my website. So people who have smoked have at the back of their mind a fear or worry about cancer, ongoing chest infections etc. This is because they have been smoking for many years and realise that this can cause...

How to Beat Fatigue With Food - Some Important Ideas!
Life is pretty stressful for most people nowadays. We are constantly juggling working, taking care of a household and raising children and sometimes it seems like there is little time for a break, little time to rest and recharge. Many of us are suffering from major fatigue. But fatigue does not only have to do with busy schedules, fatigue is also a symptom of poor diet and not enough exercise. But luckily, we can beat fatigue with food. I don't mean the usual suspects such as coffee and...

Does Smoking Cause Emphysema?
What is Emphysema? It is a chronic disease where the air sacs or alveoli become damaged and lose their elasticity so that the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide is limited. The body requires the oxygen to survive. Smoking damages this lung tissue. The duration of a smokers' habit directly affects the damage caused by smoking, not only to the lungs but also to other organs. This damage from cigarette smoking may become irreversible. It is a long-term, progressive disease of the lungs...

Marijuana Vs Tobacco
The healthiest lifestyle is one that is totally smoke free, avoiding both marijuana and tobacco. Many tobacco smokers feel that as long as they don't engage marijuana use, their habit isn't that bad because it is legal. Conversely, marijuana users believe that tobacco smoke is way more harmful than cannabis smoke and thus they feel as though their lifestyle is less of a health problem. It seems as though both groups of smokers are trying their hardest to avoid the truth: that both marijuana and...

Impact of Plain Packaging on Smokers
Despite vehement global anti-smoking efforts over the past several decades, cigarette smoking is proving extremely difficult to eradicate; according to the World Health Organization, there are nearly 1 billion smokers on the planet and that number is increasing. Australia recently became the first country to up the ante in the cigarette smoking war with proposed legislation that would require tobacco companies to sell plain packaged cigarettes to consumers. Plain packaged cigarettes are covered...

Why Do Doctors Claim That Smoking Is Addictive?
There are has been an increasingly large divide developing in the medical community surrounding the concept that smoking is an addiction. Some doctors and scientists; such as researchers at the University of Tel Aviv, claim that smoking is merely a habit and that tobacco is not in itself addictive. On the other side, many doctors, such as the U.S. Surgeon General, claim that smoking is an addiction to nicotine. So which side is correct? We take the position that smoking is fundamentally a...

In Depth With Diabetes
Diabetes is a common disorder that affects at least 346 million people worldwide according to the World Health Organization. It is the most common of the endocrine disorders and at its most basic level, it is the body's inability to produce enough insulin or respond to insulin which results in a person having very high blood sugar levels. Insulin is the hormone that regulates the uptake of glucose (sugar) by the body's vital organs. There are various types of diabetes. Let's discuss the types...

The Dangers of Fructose Sweeteners
Many people have a sweet tooth, but a good rule of thumb with food is that the sweeter it tastes, the less likely it is to be good for you. In the 1970's the food industry, especially the U.S. industry, began using high fructose corn syrup as a substitute for raw sugar as a sweetener. Fructose makes sweets tastes sweeter and is easier and cheaper to produce with such an overabundance of corn. However, researcher have now determined that fructose is worse for you than sugar and lead to higher...

9 Tips to Lose Weight
When it comes to weight loss there is a lot of bad advice out there; from crash diets to diet pills the wild and outrageous promises of health "gurus" can make navigating the rough seas of weight loss a harrowing experience. Luckily, there is one easy way that you can distinguish the good info from the bad: plain and simple, if a weight loss tip sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. No goal worth achieving ever comes easy or free and losing weight is no exception. The will power to...

Closet smokers and the burden of secrecy Closet Smokers and Their Burden of Secrecy
Despite the fact that smoking is still widely prevalent and Big Tobacco company hasn't relinquished the will to continue marketing its products, cigarettes have actually become quite taboo in recent years. Whereas they were a status symbol in the 1950's and 60's (Think of a chain smoking Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's or any of the big shots in Madmen), cigarettes have now been relegated to the plain of trashy and unhealthy-socially frowned upon and seen as a marker of bad taste. The...

Smoker's Cough Is Not an Excuse - It Is Never Too Late to Quit Smoking
Smokers have a plethora of excuses when it comes to avoiding smoking cessation. Some laud the spuriously positive benefits of smoking (haven't you heard? It makes you lose weight!) and some sink into a nihilistic pit, resigning themselves to the fact that they have already ruined their bodies. Many people who have developed a smoker's cough fall into the latter category, but they couldn't be further from the truth: smoker's cough or not, it is absolutely never too late to quit smoking! The...

History of Smoking
Smoking is an ancient practice and it has been around nearly as long as humans themselves. Various cultures have smoked various plants around the world, but the use of tobacco for smoking can be traced back to South America as early as 3000-5000 BC. With such a long history of use, it is no wonder that tobacco smoking has been difficult to eradicate today, even if we know the ways in which it negatively impacts our health. Still, there is an important difference between tobacco use of the past...

Does Australia's Strict Approach to Tobacco Advertising Actually Help People Quit Smoking
Australia is one of the world leaders in the war against tobacco advertising. The idea has been that to help people quit smoking, the tobacco advertising industry must have its wings clipped. It has been illegal to advertise tobacco products on the radio and television since 1976 and in 1990 it became illegal to promote tobacco in Australian magazines and newspapers. The Tobacco Advertising Prohibition of 1992 now bans most forms of tobacco advertising, and plain packaging cigarettes will...

Rationalization: The Smoking Blame Game
Smokers tend to have many excuses for why they started smoking and why they can't stop. One of the most common ways that smokers deflect their role in their own smoking habit is by blaming it on others. You have probably heard a smoker say at one point or another that they started smoking because their parents did it or they can't quit because their girlfriend smokes and it would be too hard to quit. In psychology, this form of excuse making is called rationalization and if we take a close look...

Impact of Smoking Ads on Children
A big part of keeping children smoke free is to attack tobacco's advertising capabilities. Children have malleable minds that are easily shaped by external influences; they soak them up like a sponge, storing up the behaviors and habits that will characterize their adult life. Thus, children are much more responsive to images, cartoons, and advertising campaigns than are adults. For as long as tobacco has been advertising, they have associated smoking with independence, sophistication, beauty,...

The Yogurt Hype
If you are trying to lose weight, thinking about losing weight, or simply have an interest in nutritious eating, then you have probably come across the yogurt hype. One of the first things that health-conscious eaters seem to go for at the grocery store is the dairy aisle, with a very specific goal in mind: yogurt. Since yogurt has become such a fad, it is importantly to take a closer look at whether or not it can fulfill its promises-one should always be a little suspicious of major trends,...

The Importance of Grains in a Balanced Diet
While grains stripped of their nutrients, known as refined grains, hold no nutritional value, whole grains are an especially vital part of a balanced diet. They are an important source of healthy complex carbohydrates as well as other crucial vitamins and minerals. They are a staple of a healthy diet and you should make sure that you are incorporating the right grains-whole grains-into the foods that you eat on a regular basis. We all eat them and lots and lots of them at that. But many...

Why Hasn't the Government Banned Cigarettes?
The fact that smoking is deadly is no secret. It has become such widespread knowledge that it is now a platitude repeated over and over again in schools, at the doctor's office, and even on TV. Yet as self-evident as the dangers of smoking are, cigarettes are still as easy to get as a bottle of water. So the nagging question remains: why don't government simply ban recreational tobacco use? It seems like a simple question, but the answer is conversely complex. Let's take a look at some of the...

How to Deal With Depression and Stress With Exercise
You probably know the physical benefits associated with exercising: weight loss and minimized risk of weight related health disorder such as diabetes. However the benefits of exercise extend beyond the physical body, for the mind and body are intimately connected and mutually influential; neither works without impacting the other. When you are sad and angry it can affect your body. When you have low blood sugar it can affect your mood. One mood that is both universally experienced and...

The Secret Behind the Success of the Jon Gabriel Weight Loss Method?
There is probably no topic hotter than weight loss, especially in view of the seemingly contradictory increasing rates of obesity coupled with the increasing obsession with achieving the perfect body. We are gaining more weight than ever and yet we also desire to look more like a supermodel than ever. The media capitalizes on our obsession with weight and so do companies promoting fad crash diets and diet pills. Yet there is one method out there, the Jon Gabriel Method, that is reverberating...

The Subconscious Mind and All Its Power
When you are looking for information or a solution to a tricky problem or situation, then you need to tap into the unlimited resources in the unconscious mind. Before the unconscious mind is able to assist you it needs to know what it is you are trying to resolve. So ask the unconscious mind the questions so it knows what it is you are seeking help with. For example, a person has a difficult staff member who is not doing their work according to what is expected of them. In the work environment...

What Are Healthy PH Levels in the Body?
When you hear the term pH level, you are probably transported back to some vague memory from high school science class but most people are not aware of how important it is for them to have a good understanding of how the pH levels in their physical bodies work. Failing to know how important the pH equilibrium in your body is can result in your having a highly acidic system, an issue that can lead to many different health conditions. Let's take a close look at what pH levels are and how they...

The Beginner's Guide to Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
Neuro-linguistic programming is a concept that you may or may not have heard of but learning more about it could change your life. Neuro-linguistic programming or NLP is a system that explores the dynamics between mind, language, and behavior in human beings. It is a method of helping humans achieve their best self and is predicated on the fact that human experience is fully grounded in subjectivity. Let's take a closer look at NLP to see exactly what it is all about and how it can be...

Morning, Evening? When Is the Best Time to Exercise?
If you are trying to lose weight or are simply interested in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, then regular exercise is a key ingredient in their recipe of goal achievement. However, many of us are struggling with lives that are increasingly busy and, consequently, we see our free time diminish as our responsibilities increase. This is bad news for people who want to exercise, especially because the best time of day for a work out is between 4 and 6 pm. Great. Right after work and right before...

Weight Loss to Stay on Top of Your Budget
When tackling the topic of weight loss we are often coming at it from the physical and mental health angle. But what about your wallet health? Did you know that losing weight can also help you save money and suffer from less financial stress? According to research conducted at George Washington University, obesity is not just bad for your physical and emotional health-it is also costing you money. In the United States obesity costs men and women anywhere between 1500-5000 US Dollars a year...

The Truth About Secondhand Smoke
If you are a regular smoker and are hesitant to quit then consider this: You habit is not only harming your body, it is also harming the bodies of those around you-especially the people you love most like family and friends. Smokers harm those in the surrounding environment via secondhand smoke. Secondhand smoke is the smoke that is exhaled after each puff on a cigarette and it contains over 4,000 toxins and cancer causing compounds. It can be fatal to both the smoker and the innocent...

Smoking Cessation: Gradual Withdrawal Vs Cold Turkey
There are many strategies that you can use to help with smoking cessation, but two of the most prominent ways of kicking the tobacco habit are quitting cold turkey and quitting by way of gradual withdrawal. Both can be successful but both can also fail. Let's take a look at the pros and cons of both methods to help you discern which one would potentially work best for you if you have decided that you want to quit smoking. Gradual Withdrawal The gradual withdrawal method of smoking...

Smoking and Fire Safety
One of the potentially fatal side effects of smoking that people often forget to discuss is the risk of fire. Thousands of people across the globe are killed or badly injured each year in smoking-related fires. According to the National Fire Protection Agency in the United States, cigarettes and smoking paraphernalia like matches and lighters are "the number one cause of civilian fire deaths." This is just another example of how much destruction smoking and cause outside of the smoker's...

Eleven Tips to Quit Smoking
Despite how aware we are of the health hazards associated with smoking, millions of people across the globe still light up cigarettes each day. That does not mean, however, that millions of people want to keep smoking. There are many who want to quit. To provide a little extra support to the smoking cessation-minded, here are ten tips that can help you quit smoking and stay off tobacco for good: • Admit that smoking is a habit: Smoking is not an addiction, smoking is a habit. If you go into...

Does Smoking Cause Stress?
We know that smoking causes cancer, emphysema, heart disease and other life-threatening health disorders but does it also cause stress? The answer is yes! Follow along to see why. Your physical body and your mental health are inextricably connected. They have a kind of symbiotic relationship. The health of your physical body will affect your emotional health and vice versa. This is why smoking can be so damaging to your mental health because it is one of the most physically damaging...

What is the thyroid and how does it affect our weight?
You have probably heard of the thyroid, but do you know how it affects your health? More specifically, do you understand how it controls your weight? Let’s take a closer look at what the thyroid is and exactly how it contribute to weight fluctuations in order to better understand the way our bodies regulate weight gain and loss. What is the thyroid? The thyroid is the largest endocrine gland and it is located in the bottom of your neck. The thyroid regulates the speed with which your body...

Liver Disease
Liver disease is an umbrella term for the wide-ranging number of disorders that can affect the liver. Hepatitis, Cirrhosis, Cancer, and Gilbert’s syndrome are just a few of the diseases that can hinder your liver’s ability to properly process and regulate the toxins in your body. Liver problems are often hereditary, but they can also occur as a result of viruses and chemicals over a long period of time. Liver problems can be temporary or permanent depending on the ailment. The liver’s main...

Anxiety is common but it doesn’t have to control your life
Anxiety disorders are extremely common, especially in modern Western societies. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, nearly 14% of Australians are affected by some kind of anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are nothing to be ashamed of, and if you suffer from anxiety the good news is it does not have to rule your life: anxiety is a very treatable condition and you have the power to control it so it doesn’t control you. Anxiety is a normal human emotion that helps us to...

If We Want Teens To Stop Smoking, We Have To Understand Why They Start
If you want to stop smoking you should probably know why you started—there is always a reason for everything. If we want to help teens stop smoking, then we must ask: what is it that makes a teen light up their first cigarette? Is it Big Tobacco advertising? Stress? Friends or parents? The teenage years are a habit forming stage of life and in the rush to be cool or deal with the complicated modern world, smoking is an easy habit to pick up. There are over 280,000,000 Australians teens who...

Emphysema
If you are a regular tobacco user, then quitting smoking should be on the top of your to do list, especially when considering the painful and often fatal health risks you are exposing yourself to with every puff. One of the many health problems that results from frequent tobacco use is emphysema. Emphysema is a disease that occurs when the air sacks in your lungs have been destroyed, and it is damage that can be treated but cannot be reversed. Let’s take a closer look at Emphysema in order to...

Mind Over Matter: Smoking Cessation Means You Have To Decide To Break The Habit
Smoking cessation is about habit cessation—if you want to stop smoking, you have to defeat your mind and not your body. The common belief about smoking over the last 50 years is that smokers are physically addicted to tobacco, particularly nicotine. While it is true that the body can become addicted to tobacco, research published in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology from Tel Aviv University confirms what many smokers and non smokers have known all along: Smoking is a more of a psychosocial...

Your Grandchildren Help You Age With Vitality
These days, aging is not something that people should dread—it is a part of life to look forward to and it is time to embrace aging with vitality! One important part of aging with vitality is staying both mentally and physically active, and one way seniors can do this is by taking advantage of their grandchildren’s spunk and spark. Grandchildren have endless reserves of energy and they can really boost their grandparents’ engagement in and enjoyment of stimulating mental and physical activity....

Health Benefits Of Vitamin B6 For Smokers And People With ADHD
Have you recently quit smoking and are looking for a way to boost your immune system? Do you or someone you love suffer from ADHD and are looking for some more natural relief that doesn’t come straight from the pharmaceutical assembly line? If you answer yes to either of these questions (and maybe even both) then it is worth investigating vitamin B6 as a nutritional supplement. Whether you have just quit smoking or recently been diagnosed with ADHD, let’s look at the ways vitamin B6 can help...

Psychological Effects of Marijuana
Quitting Smoking Pot Keeps Your Mental Faculties In Better Shape If you are a marijuana smoker, quitting smoking is good for your mental health. When we talk about smoking, particularly cigarettes, we are mainly concerned with identifying the physical hazards, but when it comes to smoking marijuana, the psychological hazards often pose a greater risk. Let’s take a brief look at what marijuana is, what it does and how it can affect your mental health in order to underscore the importance of...

Impact of Marijuana on Physical Health
Many marijuana users and activists believe that cigarette smoking is more dangerous to your physical health than marijuana. While it is thought to be true that cigarette smoking is more harmful for your body than pot, it is completely false to assume that pot has no negative impact on your physical health. There are many physical problems associated with pot smoking, and therefore it is important to avoid marijuana. Inhaling any smoke into your lungs on a regular basis can never be good for...

Why Are We Seeing An Explosion In ADHD Among Children?
For as long as it has been around, ADHD has been a controversial diagnosis. Many people, parents and grandparents in particular, wonder why there were no ADHD children in their classrooms when they were children and now suddenly they seem to be everywhere. What has changed so much about children and where did ADHD come from? One major change that has led to the proliferation of ADD diagnoses is the ubiquity of psychiatry and psychiatric services. Compared to 50 or 100 years, advances in...

What Is It About Teenage Girls That Makes Them So Difficult?
Ah the teenage years. They creep up on parents out of nowhere, and explode with a hard slap of reality in the face, usually in the form of moody behavior, snide comments, and flurries of rolled eyes. Children who once worshiped and idolized their parents suddenly recoil at the thought spending time with them or listening to anything they say. The teenage years can be a particularly turbulent time for mums and their daughters, and many mums, forgetting how difficult their own teenage years...

5 Ways of Showing Your Gratitude
Being thankful and showing those around you gratitude is a healing and fulfilling way to approach living your life. It makes you happy, keeps you balanced, and humble and fills those around you with a sense of worthiness and warmth. Showing gratitude is a simple task—gratitude can be a simple thank you when someone lets you borrow their pen in a science class or the gesture of holding the door open for a mum struggling with her grocery bags. Gratitude is a good tonic for many of the ailments...

Do Almonds Really Help Lower Your Cholesterol?
Nuts are high in fat, so it seems counter intuitive that eating a handful of roasted almonds could lead to lower cholesterol levels, but according to a study authored by Dr. David J.A. Jenkins at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, Canada, eating almonds daily positively affects the lipid levels in your blood and can reduce your cholesterol levels by up to 10%. Dr. Jenkins’ study isn’t the only one to show the heart healthy benefits of almonds; studies conducted by medical communities across the...

How Does Hypnosis Work?
Chances are you have heard of hypnosis, but you may not believe in it: many people are sceptical when it comes to anything that has to do with trances or altered-states of mind that are not induced by drugs. However, hypnosis is a very real phenomenon that can have many therapeutic benefits. In order to better understand how hypnosis can help people, it is important to first understand how it works, so let’s discuss the concept of hypnosis in a little more depth. What is...

7 Housekeeping Tips for Busy Parents
In the modern world, housekeeping has become an incredible hassle, not only because both mums and dads have entered the work force, but also because consumerism has made a wide array of material items accessible—our homes are usually crammed full with a stunning variety of things from TVs to toothbrush holders. Running a household is a stressful, full-time job, and for working parents it really can be the second shift. If you are a parent and you feel like keeping your house in order is making...

Is There a Cure For Skin Cancer?
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in humans, and it affects millions of people across the globe every year. Skin cancer is caused by over-exposure to the sun, radiation, carcinogens, and aging. There are three types of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma, melanoma, and squamous cell carcinoma. All three pose a serious risk to your health, but melanoma is the most dangerous. Skin cancer is relatively easy to detect because it comes in the form of skin discoloration and abnormally...

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