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My encounter with the lady who could detect illness and ailments just by touch. by Doug Wallace Posted Thu 22 Dec 2011 11:56pm About 5 years ago, the cashier register girl at Life Spring Health Store and Juice Bar on North Broadway in Chicago, mentioned one day the store has an herbal specialist there every Thursday that can detect illness and ailments just by touch. I kinda laughed it off and walked away and soon forgot about the conversation. But when I got a slight ... Read on »
The Elder Mother’s Pantry: A Bioregional Herbal Materia Medica for Influenza and Other Cold-Weather Ailments by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 01 Oct 2009 10:05pm This is for the October blogparty on Bioregional Cold/Flu Herbs, hosted by Rosalee of Methow Valley Herbs. As the colder weather begins to move into the northerly reaches and higher eleveations of the Western hemisphere, there’s been much talk of the dreaded H1N1 as well as other virulent strains of cold and flu. The most important action yo ... Read on »
Balancing Your Chakras by Andrea C. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:33pm 1 Comment What is Chakras? This is said to be our energy center. They are the openings for life energy to flow in and out of our aura. This energy is associated with our physical, mental and emotional interactions. Seven Areas of Charkas 1.) The Root Color - red Physical Location - base of the spine ... Read on »
Busting Stress with Your Alpha Mind by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:23pm Learn a Simple Technique that You can Apply Anytime, Anywhere to Zap Away Stress You hear this often - stress causes problems. Stress is Linked to... *Illness *Indigestion *Obesity *Skin Rashes *Sleeplessness *Job Burnout *Marital Breakups *Family Squabbles *Fights with Friends *Loss of Employment *Depression *Diminished Pro ... Read on »
General knee complaints - how AposTherapy can help by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Wed 04 Jan 2012 10:55am Knee pain can be a debilitating condition and in many cases patients may feel that surgery is their only option. This article explains the different types of knee complaints and how they can be treated using non-invasiveAny test or technique that does not involve penetration of the ski ... Read on »
Kona Coundtown 7 days: Fueled by plants by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 29 Sep 2011 7:34pm In 7 days my body will be racing for 140.6 miles at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. The human body is absolutely amazing in that it can endure a 10+ hour event. As athletes we rely on our mind to stay focused and alert. Our amazing heart muscle beats faster and faster with every hard ... Read on »
The Amazing Story Of How Anthony Field Got His Wiggle Back! by Michael Nirenberg Posted Sat 14 Apr 2012 8:19pm How I Got My Wiggle Back How I Got My Wiggle Back A Memoir of Healing Anthony Field with Greg Truman Any parent who has spent any time at all watching children’s television with their kids is well acquainted with The Beatles of the pre-school set: The Wiggles. Anthony Field is a founding member of the popular children’s group, a ... Read on »
Benefits of Whey Protein. Interesting Facts to Be Aware of by Todd S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 6:03pm In latest years, the subject of whey protein has come up often in health discussions. Know what whey protein is, its possible benefits and side effects and more as you read on. What is Whey Protein Whey protein is actually a term used to describe a group of globular proteins that can be separated from whey. When cow’s milk is used to make c ... Read on »
Cross Syndromes/Janda’s Look at Posture by Movements Afoot Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 23 Nov 2010 1:44pm Dr. Vladimir Janda was a leader in changing how we looked at the body and treatment of physical ailments.  He was a Czech neurologist and physiatrist.  He also had suffered with polio.  Though his own body and research, he came to look at the body’s organization instead of prior look at a specific body part. The medical model has been to ... Read on »
The Importance of Bone Health – Guest Post by comebackmomma Posted Sat 16 Feb 2013 8:08am Keep your bones strong and healthy! You’d think it would be fairly common sense not to build a skyscraper around a frame of pine I-beams instead of steel, yet so many people don’t apply that same common sense to the structural stability of their body, of their own frame.  And without a strong structure, other components of the building ... Read on »