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HOW SWIMMING IN COLD WATER COULD OFFER AN ALTERNATIVE TO STRONG PAINKILLERS

ALANNA KETLER | Would you believe that swimming in cold water can be just as effective as strong painkillers? Sometimes it really is that simple, and we can use the environment around us to help to cure what ails us. Cold therapy is a relatively new trend that has been gaining traction, in large part due to Wim Hof, or more commonly ...

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6 ACTIVATED CHARCOAL USES & BENEFITS

AMANDA MONTEIRO | The world seems to be absolutely infatuated with activated charcoal. You can find it everywhere these days, from ice cream and hamburger buns to lemonade, crackers, and even hot dogs! Because it’s being incorporated into so many foods, it’s being portrayed as safe to consume, but as with any supplement, it’s important to be aware of how your pre-existing medical ...

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11 POWERFUL HEALTH BENEFITS OF SHILAJIT

ANNA RODGERS | “There is hardly any curable disease which cannot be controlled or cured with the aid of shilajit.” – Vaidya Charak, famous ancient Indian from the first century A.D It looks and smells like tar and, in fairness, it tastes a little like tar too. Yet this wondrous, ancient resin-like substance just may be one of the best things you can ...

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WHAT YOUR TONGUE IS TELLING YOU ABOUT YOUR HEALTH – WHICH TONGUE ARE YOU?

SHARMINI GANA | Every person’s tongue is unique, with distinct characteristics that reflect their inner health. Ever been to a TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) doctor or an acupuncturist and been asked to stick out your tongue? There is a reason for this. TCM believes the tongue is a microcosm of the entire body and will reflect its excesses and deficiencies. The shape, colour, coating, and ...

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THE TRUTH ABOUT KOMBUCHA: THE WONDERFUL FERMENTED TEA YOU SHOULD BE DRINKING

ALEXA ERICKSON | A few years ago, I found myself strolling through the grocery store with a friend when they directed me to the kombucha section. They strongly recommended I purchase a bottle of the good-for-your-gut elixir, which I did, even though my only knowledge of kombucha at the time was that (I thought) it consisted of magical mushrooms. Fortunately, that one impulse purchase led me ...

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‘I Removed Four Breast Tumours Using Black Salve’ Ann Devlin

Ann Devlin removed 4 breast tumours using Black Salve. Ann joins me to speak about her journey and protocol.. Read about Ann’s story here   

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STUDIES SHOW WHAT HAPPENS TO THE HUMAN BODY WHEN WE WALK BAREFOOT ON EARTH

ARJUN WALIA  | The picture above represents Improved facial circulation (right image) after 20 minutes of grounding, as documented by a Speckle Contrast Laser Imager (dark blue=lowest circulation; dark red=highest circulation). Image Source: Scientific Research Publishing Grounding, or ‘earthing,’ as some people call it, involves placing your feet directly on the ground without shoes or socks as a barrier. The logic behind this ...

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NEW STUDY FINDS YOGA HELPS DEPRESSION, IN A MAJOR WAY

ALEXA ERICKSON | The ancient practice of yoga has long been revered for its mental and physical benefits. The research standing behind it is just a bonus, merely supporting what many yogis could already tell you from personal experience. In today’s fast-paced society that strips away our ability to slow down and enjoy the moment, stress, anxiety, and depression are on the ...

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Water Fasting: Everything You Need to Know | Loren Lockman

Filmed by jungavideoproductions.com | GOM 2nd April 2017 Loren will be exploring the critical impact of hydration and dehydration on health and overall functioning. This will include why nearly everyone is significantly dehydrated — even when they think they’re not, the impact of dehydration on the body and mind, why drinking more water alone will not get you hydrated…and how ...

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17 Science-Backed Health Benefits of Zucchini

Jen Miller | The zucchini is actually a type of summer squash, with a creamy, white flesh and a crisp green skin that’s chock full of nutrients. The summer squash, or zucchini, makes a great addition to summer meals, when the plant is in season. Fortunately, zucchini are available year-round, and can be used in your culinary plans for any ...

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