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Full, shiny, silky, and manageable hair certainly enhances a person’s appearance.
Voluminous, shiny, silky, and manageable hair certainly enhances a person’s appearance.
Healthy hair is a good indicator of your overall health. Healthy lifestyle and nutritional foods are the foundation of your health. Healthy person usually have good skin and healthy looking hair.
Smoking, hormonal imbalances, and not enough sleep can also affect how your hair looks and feels. No magic nutrient can make up for those concerns. http://www.webmd.com/beauty/hair-styling/top-10-foods-for-healthy-hair
Hera are suggestions for fodd to include in your diet.
1. Salmon, Fish oil.
Besides being rich in protein and vitamin D (both are key to strong hair) the omega-3 fatty acids found in this tasty cold-water fish are the true superstar. Your body can’t make those fatty acids, which your body needs to grow hair. About 3% of the hair shaft is make up of these fatty acids, Drayer says. Omega-3s are also found in cell membranes in the skin of your scalp, and in the natural oils that keep your scalp and hair hydrated.
Other options: If you don’t like salmon, you can get essential fatty acids from fish like herring, sardines, trout, and mackerel.
2. Walnuts, raw cashews, almonds
These are the only type of nut that have a significant amount of omega-3 fatty acids. They’re also rich in biotin and vitamin E, which helps protect your cells from DNA damage. Since your hair rarely gets much shielding from the sun, this is especially great. Walnuts also have copper, a mineral that helps keep your natural hair color rich and lustrous.
3. Asparagus, spinach, lentils
Is a good source of Iron. The iron, beta carotene, folate, and vitamin C in spinach help keep hair follicles healthy and scalp oils circulating.
But sometimes your scalp needs help from the outside to grow healthy hair.
Hot air from blow dryers, chemicals in hair dyes, hair-care products, and chlorinated water cause damage to hair and leave it dull and brittle. This type of hair requires a healing treatment.
That is where this wonderful product comes in. Beauty Garden Hair Mask
The House of Ayurveda offers the best method for restoring hair. Our natural masks are prepared by utilizing the great knowledge of an ancient holistic medicinal system, called Ayurveda.
The “Beauty Garden” Hair Mask consists of oils, essential oils, vegetable proteins, and healing herbs, which have been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years.
Our masks differ from those sold in stores. They do not contain any preservatives or chemical additives, and are made from fresh and mostly organic ingredients. Their healing power is targeted to penetrate the scalp, restore and strengthen the hair structure, improve the overall condition of hair (balance of dryness and oiliness of hair), and also achieve a calming effect.
Our nourishing masks enhance hair regeneration and are designed to support the hair roots, leading to more flexible, shinier and healthy looking hair*.
Supports robust hair growth, enhances natural color and luster, improves hair strength and thickness.
So my friends please incorporate all of the above (or most of it) and be healthy and happy.
And don’t forget to comb your beautiful hair.
This selfless act of kindness from the dairy industry is heart warming. It makes me feel good inside reading about this example of pure goodness of corporate world. I am convinced these big hearted industry leaders feed this low fat sweet nectar to their kids.
But this heroic move is not appreciated by some short sighted “experts” like doctors and school administrators. “Perhaps we should just eliminate flavored milk from schools, as opposed to adding chemicals to it,” said Cooper, director of nutrition services for the Boulder Valley School District in Colorado.” What a fool! Doesn’t he understand that kids love sugared drinks?
Way to go dairy industry! I would propose as next step toward improving health of our precious children to genetically modify cows to give ready to use low fat sweetened pasteurized milk. Even better if the dairy industry would figure the way for cows to produce cash rather than milk.
Up to 80 percent of the participants with persistent back pain following a herniated disc and swelling in the spine reported an improvement after taking antibiotics for 100 days, Danish scientists wrote in research published by the European Spine Journal.
Definition of herniated disc: Sometimes called a slipped disk or a ruptured disk, a herniated disk occurs when some of the softer “jelly” pushes out through a crack in the tougher exterior.http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/herniated-disk/DS00893
I am not a medical doctor. Bit here is the question: How taking antibiotics will fix the herniated disk? Inflammation is there for a reason and if you do not fix the root of the problem taking antibiotics will do more harm than good.
Antibiotics Side effects:
CHANGES IN NORMAL FLORA The decrease in the population of beneficial bacteria can also lead to overgrowth of unwanted microorganisms such as Candida, and can lead to conditions like oral thrush and Candida vaginosis.
Human intestinal flora destruction invites physical and mental issues. Getting fat faster happens with humans on antibiotics too, for the same reason it happens with farm animals, gut flora destruction. Besides being important for digestion, probiotic intestinal flora have more than one immunity function.
Adverse Physiological Effects
Both long-term and short-term use of antibiotics can lead to several changes in the body. Although most allergic reactions such as skin rash and swelling of the face appear within first 48 hours of the antibiotic use, other changes–such as lack of appetite, nausea and mild diarrhea–can last for a long time, so prolonged use of antibiotics can be very distressing to the patient. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/203530-side-effects-of-long-term-antibiotic-use/#ixzz2SdGRwjv8
Recently, a small number of medical pioneers have come across evidence that the rising numbers of mental disorders can be traced to intestinal flora imbalances. Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride has based her pediatric practice in the UK on fixing all kinds of behavioral and eating disorders by using diet and probiotics to restore gut health.
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/034177_antibiotics_side_effects.html#ixzz2SdImF1HG
Effective 100% natural ways to treat and prevent back pain.
STRETCHING FOR BACK PAIN RELIEF
ACUPRESSURE FOR LOWER BACK PAIN. The easiest is the acupressure mat.
HERBAL TREATMENT FOR BACK PAIN. They include turmeric, green tea, ginger, rosemary, cat’s claw, devil’s claw, and willow bark. Fish oil. “Fish oil is the clean-up hitter of supplements,” says David P. Rakel, MD, founder and director of the University of Wisconsin’s Integrative Medicine Program in Madison. There’s strong evidence that it helps with many conditions, ranging from cardiovascular problems to depression to asthma.
My recommendations: Antibiotics are not cure for all health problems.
Prevention is crucial. Exercise regularly. Strong stomach muscles support your back.
Do stretching exercises. Massage and special natural ointments will help.
It is painful but healing takes time.
And remember that surgery is the last resort:
A new study looking at treatments for herniated disks found that nonoperative remedies, such as physical therapy and painkillers, are almost as effective as surgery in alleviating pain.http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6519896
Also avoid painkillers
The most recent example is CVS Caremark, which has ignited controversy by requiring its 200,000employees across Florida and the nation to undergo screenings to record their weight, body fat, blood glucose and blood-pressure levels. If they don’t do so by May 1, they’ll have to pay an extra $600 for health insurance in the coming year.
The shift is drawing fire from patients’ rights groups, which consider the policies coercive and a violation of privacy. At Michelin North America, the tire manufacturer, workers with thick waistlines — 40 inches and over for men, 35 and over for women — will have to pay up to $1,000 more a year in health-insurance premiums than their leaner coworkers. http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2013-04-12/news/os-employee-health-insurance-20130412_1_cvs-caremark-insurance-premiums-health-insurance
The only way to get the healthcare cost under control is taking personal responsibility for our health. No doctor will do it for us. And the only way to get people to change their lives is monetary encouragement. Many can find a bunch of great reasons why they cannot help it. But money talks.
I also would suggest that medicaid patients pay certain amount for their every visit to a doctor. I see every day that people on medicaid run to a doctor without much reason and with no results.
But Dr. Michael Siegel, a professor at Boston University School of Public Health, sees policies such as CVS’ as “a slippery slope.”
“What are people going to be penalized for next?” Siegel said. “Will they ask how many times you go out for fast food each week? Are they going to ask how much people drink? Are they going to ask about sexual behavior? What if an employee is having unsafe sex? It opens the door to asking people all kinds of personal questions that have nothing to do with how well you do your job.” http://www.columbian.com/news/2013/apr/22/employees-unhealthful-habits-affect-insurance/
The bottom line in my opinion people should be responsible for their actions or inaction. I personally do not want to pay extra insurance premium because my coworker if fat and lazy and drinks and smokes. In this country we the people should bare the consequences.
“We are free to choose our paths, but we can’t choose the consequences that come with them.” ―Sean Covey, The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Teens
I don’t consider it invasion in somebody privacy if this somebody does not do anything about their unhealthy life style. There is nothing private about a fatty that eats at McDonald’s every day.
You want to smoke and eat ice cream every day – fine. It is your life. Just don’t ask the society to pay the consequences of your stupidity.
Only bankers can do this!
So yes. On this rare occasion I support corporations that force people to take care of their health. Regardless of the reasons that motivates corporations to do it.
Here is another money saving idea: “Fasting-where little or no food is eaten a few days a week-can be as beneficial as exercise or surgery if you have heart disease. It improves blood pressure while releasing a protein that naturally protects the heart, and recent research suggests it may even reverse type 2 diabetes.
All the benefits of fasting have been evaluated by scientists at Aston University, and they have come away with a long list that is topped by improvements to heart health, reversal of diabetes and reduction in inflammation.
Intermittent fasting — where food is not eaten on alternate days or several days a week — is also a very effective way at losing weight, says lead researcher James Brown.” http://www.wddty.com/fasting-improves-heart-health-and-may-even-reverse-diabetes.html
What an enlightening idea – instead of wasting money at McDonald’s – skip the food! That will save you money on food and insurance premiums!
Your auto insurance premium depends on your driving habits and driving history.
Your home insurance premium depends on were your house is located.
Any insurance premium is a calculated risk. And health insurance is no exception. So stop talking to lawyers and sign up for gym.
The general consensus amongst researchers and clinicians is that regular use of drugs actually increase the total number of migraines that many users of the drugs have. This phenomenon is known as “Rebound Headache.”
There is a better way. Here are some recommendations on how to remedy the problem. The natural way.
1.Your Daily Fluid Intake
Lack of fluids is a common factor of many health ailments, which includes migraine headache symptoms. The best fluid is clean water. Filtered. Do not overdo it. Drink whenever you are thirsty. Drink more during hot dry days.
2. Cut Out The Salt
A salty diet can cause headache , and reducing salt from your diet is another technique for how to get rid of migraines. The recommended daily limit for salt intake is not more than 1 teaspoon. But in most cases you do need some salt.
4. Reduce stress in your life.
Mental and physical stress causes the muscles around the head and neck region to get tensed, which in turn may trigger a migraine headache. Meditation and yoga are both effective treatments for these stress symptoms.
5.Proper breathing techniques. Yoga and other exercises help. Also a simple device such as “BreathSlim” will help.
6. Healthy diet.
Allergic reactions to foods. Some foods may cause allergic reaction and migraines. Seymour Diamond, MD, founder of The Diamond Headache Clinic in Chicago, says more than a quarter of migraine sufferers have specific triggers, including food. “One of the most common triggers is aged cheese,” Diamond tells WebMD. Certain types of food help to prevent migraines headaches. Load up on fruits and vegetables. Fiber in fruits and vegetables helps remove extra estrogen from the body that may cause migraine. Enjoy fish that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids.
Employing neck rolling exercises to relax tense muscles can also be highly effective to ease migraines. Let your head drop forward and rest your chin on your chest, then slowly roll your head towards your left shoulder while you keep your left cheek close to the chest. Continue rolling up and to the left, then back and around to the other side. Slowly roll down past your right shoulder until you’ve returned to the starting position. Make sure you do it slowly. (good also for your Thyroid)
7.Practice Biofeedback Methods
Biofeedback is a safe and effective headache treatment that makes it possible to control your autonomic, or involuntary nerves of your body. Automatic body functions such as blood pressure and heart rate could be monitored with biofeedback equipment, and if there is any disparities, it can be corrected using relaxation methods. Once the technique is learned, you will not require the assistance of any equipments, and you’ll be able to obtain rapid pain relief.
8.Keep Calm and Drink Coffee. Despite the fact that coffee is said to trigger migraine for, there are studies that prove that caffeine-intake actually helps relieve the pain when migraine strikes. In fact, caffeine is one of the ingredients in over-the-counter pills prescribed to treat migraines.
9.Schedule a tea time. Tea, specifically ginger and chamomile tea, helps prevent migraines headaches by relieving the tension that causes them. Ginger is also known to help with nausea that often couples a migraine attack.
10. enjoy relaxing bath with essential oils. Getting a foot bath with a few drops of Levona essential oil provides a calming aroma that soothes your senses and eases the constricted blood vessels in your head.
ONLY AFTER THE LAST TREE IS CUT DOWN
THE LAST OF THE WATER POISONED
THE LAST ANIMAL DESTROYED
ONLY THEN WILL YOU REALIZE
YOU CANNOT EAT MONEY
Cree Indian Prophecy
When we are faced with stress, our adrenal gland release certain hormones, hormones that would give the body a burst of energy and strength. This response used to be beneficial, allowing our bodies to physically fight or run away when faced with danger. But in today’s society, this response acts much differently, taking place as a result of stressful days at the office or traffic jam. The response is supposed to return to normal once the perceived threat is gone, but if the body is unable to return to normalcy due to increased stress levels, it could have a negative effect with symptoms including adrenal fatigue, suppressed thyroid function, an imbalance in blood sugar levels, and increased abdominal fat.
Some reports estimate that about 15 percent of the population suffers from the under active Thyroid; other reports estimate more than twice that. Risk increases with age, particularly in menopausal women. Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid), the opposite of hypothyroidism, is considerably less common and is characterized by extreme nervousness and restlessness.
It is a known fact that iodine is your thyroid’s number one nutrient. The easiest way to get iodine is to season your food with iodized sea salt. You can also eat marine plants, such as wakame and nori, which are high in iodine. Or you can take supplements. It is suggested getting 300 mcg of iodine daily for optimal thyroid health.
Almost as important is the amino acid L-tyrosine. Your thyroid uses tyrosine as the second primary nutrient, to make thyroid hormones. You can get it from protein-rich foods such as turkey breast, fish, cheese, yogurt, beef, beans (navy beans), tofu, nuts and seeds,or take it as a supplement. 500 mg a day is recommended for thyroid health.
Also, did you know that a well-known sleep secret is a thyroid protector? Melatonin is a sleep hormone, but it’s also an extremely powerful antioxidant
that research shows can protect your thyroid from the effects of environmental toxins and metals. But basically a good night sleep is good for you and is good for your Thyroid. Meditation and some stretching before bed time helps. Also light music and no TV.
Your thyroid uses the trace mineral iodine and the amino acid tyrosine to produce two primary thyroid hormones, triiodothyronine, known as T3, and thyroxine, known as T4. Both hormones are necessary for proper metabolic function. T4 is the most abundant thyroid hormone, accounting for 80 percent, while T3 accounts for 20 percent of the thyroid hormones in your body. Though T4 is more abundant, T3 is stronger and more active than T4.
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/421323-healthy-thyroid-function/#ixzz2OITHldJT
For people with hypothyroidism, exercise can offer a natural antidote to symptoms such as weight gain, depression, muscle loss and low energy levels
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/321665-importance-of-exercise-with-thyroid-disease/#ixzz2Oa8j438n
Exercise and yoga may not actually cure an existing thyroid problem, but if you exercise and practice yoga you may not have to worry about thyroid dysfunction.
In today’s society we cannot prevent all health problems. But we can prevent a lot if we try. Healthy life style is the best and the least expensive way to stay healthy and happy.
Certified Ayurvedic Medicine practitioner
Member of NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association)
Founder and clinical director of holistic healing center House of Ayurveda (Northbrook, IL)
Enhancing Prana by exercises, breathing techniques, being in a natural environment.
We rarely expose ourselves to the moonlight, but the plants we eat were exposed to the moonlight and we get its Prana with plants.
games or just walking. Working out at the fitness centers and health clubs are great (it is good for building muscles, it is great for our bones and cartridges, but unfortunately there is no Prana inside the health club, where electro music or hard rock is playing, and hundreds of sweaty people are exercising. Ayurveda doesn’t out low the health clubs, the workout is wonderful no matter what, but we suggest exercising outdoors as much as possible.
After the thunderstorm the air is full with ozone. Ozone contains lots of Prana, walking after the thunderstorms are a very effective way to enhance Prana.
Being by the sea or ocean generates lots of Prana. People with special sensitivity can feel the energy of Sea or Ocean, and very sensitive people can even see the subtle energy or Aura of the Sea/Ocean. We heard the expression «Coughsandsneezesneedseabreezes». Spending vacation by the ocean significantly reduces chances to get seasonal colds and fevers in the following months. Many people fill accumulated during the vacation near the sea energy for weeks and even months.
With practicing Prana increasing techniques one will start experiencing lightness of the body, feeling of inner peace, improvement of energy levels, and a deep inner state of body centered restful awareness that will benefit every aspect of
Things we can do to increase our Prana:
At our homes and offices:
In everyday life:
Staying away from fear (Positive thinking helps, Yoga and Meditation, attending religious and spiritual service, raising self-awareness help to be in a state of positive thinking).
Prana in our kitchens:
Fresh (from local producers) and seasonal fruits and vegetables have the most Prana. The fresher- the better. Fruits have less Prana when they picked green.
The Julienne* cut is the preferred one, it maximizes the Prana, but if it gets very difficult (in case of cutting the carrot, for example) then the English cut (the cross cut) is recommended, which still preserves lots of Prana.
Sharing the food (do not confuse with eating the food from the same plate, which could be very harmful for us, since if people are eating from the same plate they are sharing their karmas. We should be very careful in sharing karmas with other people) creates additional Prana. Lots of people intuitively enjoy the process of cooking food with love and sharing it with other people. Their homes are always full of guests.
container with water outside (if possible) or near the uncovered window for 24 hours before consuming it
A strange paradox: more die from obesity than from hunger. So what are the possible reasons for humans to get fatter every yer? Is it just because we are eating too much? Or we eating the wrong food? Is it the life style and lack of exercise? Chemicals around us? Stress?
All of the above in my opinion.
“In a press release for the book, Burlingame said that 925 million people suffer from hunger, while 1.5 billion people are considered overweight or obese. However, in both of these groups people suffer from micronutrient malnutrition including vitamin A, iron, or iodine deficiency.”
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/08/10/un-more-obese-in-the-world-than-suffering-from-hunger/#ixzz2NTRhutV4
Fast Food and Child Obesity
“Fast food is the wide term, used for food that can be cooked and served in very less time. Most fast foods are delicious, but there are several health issues related to consuming fast food. One serious concern is obesity amongst children.”
Read more at Buzzle: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/fast-food-and-child-obesity.html
The Relationship Based on General Trends
Based on a large national study, body mass index (or BMI, an indicator of excess body fat) was higher every year between 1986 and 2002 among adults in the lowest income group and the lowest education group than among those in the highest income and education groups, respectively (Truong & Sturm, 2005).