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How to Make your Movements More Embodied

By Kamil Mohamed | As a Pilates Teacher I am often asked about ‘core strength’ or back pain. This is understandable given the public’s perception of Pilates which has largely been influenced by the fitness industry and medical professionals. Whilst I agree that Pilates can be extremely beneficial for strengthening the abdominals and treating certain types of back pain, it is ...

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How to Clear Out Toxic Heavy Metals From Your Body

By Ellen Agius | We all want to be healthy and even though many are following healthy dietary guidelines, they can still have serious health problems. Why is this so? One reason may be toxic heavy metals such as mercury, aluminium, cadmium, arsenic, lead, tin and other metal poisons that unfortunately are present in our environment and invade our body’s ...

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What is Oil Pulling and Will it Pull Toxins from the Body?

By Umar | OK this health practice seems a little strange at the outset. But many of its adherents make extravagant claims for it. A Ukrainian physician, Dr F. Karach, presented what he called a remarkable treatment at a conference of the all Ukranische-Union of the Oncologists (specialists for tumor diseases) and Bacteriologists, a part of the Academy of Sciences ...

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8 Super Health Benefits of Asparagus

By Umer | Asparagus has so many health benefits, it should be added to the healthy diet. Asparagus is great as a detox vegetable, an anti-aging vegetable, and no surprise – an aphrodisiac, and much more. The asparagus is a member of the lily family. It grows easily in the home garden right in the flower bed – it is a ...

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Maca Root Powder – Boost Libido, Fertility, Memory, Energy and more!

Whether we admit it or not, everybody is looking for a way to enhance their sex lives. This is best evidenced by the existence of a multibillion dollar worldwide industry dedicated to selling products that promise to deliver just that. There are literally thousands of books, videos, programs, supplements, medications, and foods out there promising to enhance your libido, boost ...

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Three Brititish Police Forces Follow Durham in Decriminalizing Cannabis

Three more English police forces have followed suit with Durham in turning a blind eye to those that grow Cannabis for their own personal use. Surrey, Dorset and Derbyshire follow Durham who announced they would not pursue small time cannabis growers as long as its for personal use. Although the government has not officially decriminalised cannabis which is a class B ...

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11 Ways Magnesium Helps Your Mind & Body

by Joe Martino I have been looking into nutrient deficiencies lately and came across Magnesium. Magnesium is a mineral that is essential to the body for maintaining normal muscle and nerve function. It also plays a key role in keeping a healthy immune system, maintaining heart rhythm, and building strong bones.(Don’t rely on milk for strong bones, find out why ...

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This Mother Wants You To See What An HPV Vaccine Injury Looks Like

So often we hear about how the benefits of vaccines “outweigh the risks” of disease, but for parents dealing with a child who has been severely vaccine injured, this statement can be seen as a menace to their unimaginable pain. The HPV vaccines (Gardasil and Cervarix) are among the most controversial of the current vaccine schedule. The source of this ...

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3 Tips For Empaths To Help Prevent Anxiety Attacks

As an empath (someone who can pick up on the emotions of another), I can relate to so many people of all ages experiencing anxiety on a daily basis. I am no stranger to this phenomenon. My first panic attack was at the age of 9 and I’ll never forget how terrible it felt. With a lot of experience of ...

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Symptoms Of Stomach Worms In Humans

By Chris Lukovich | At some point in their lives, over half of all humans will be infected with an intestinal parasite. The signs and worms symptoms in human will be unrecognizable to many of us because they can occur weeks after the initial infection. Parasite worms are especially common in less developed countries where the standards of food preparation ...

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