Category: Diet

Diet

5 Psychological Barriers to Weight Loss

Losing weight is difficult! Weight loss not only requires lots of hard work, but you're also tasked with changing your way of life and your eating habits. But unlike other unhealthy indulgences, where you can just cut the cord and abstain, you can't stop eating (and expect to survive)!...
Diet

5 Natural Remedies for Constipation

Constipation refers to the inability to sustain normal bowel movement and pass stools. This is a very common digestive problem that affects people of all age groups. A bloated abdomen, hard stools, bad breath, loss of appetite, acne, mouth ulcers, and etc. are symptoms...
Diet

How Copper Helps You Lose Weight

Copper is an essential mineral that's required for good health. But did you know that copper-rich foods and drinks can help you lose weight more effectively? It's true! Copper plays a crucial role in many different body processes, from your metabolism, to organ function and...
Diet

How My Ayurvedic Doctor Cured Somatic Symptom Disorder

There once lived a mentally distressed woman in my neighborhood. She suffered from somatic symptom disorder. Her infirmity caused her psychological distress to manifest itself in the form of acute physical discomfort. She experienced aches and pains that could not be be attributed...
Cancer

How Being Fat Can Cause Cancer

Could weight loss slash your risk of developing and dying from cancer? That's exactly what researchers are seeking to determine in a new study, which is now getting underway with trials. At first glance, weight and cancer may seem unrelated. But as the medical and science communities...
Diet

Rare MRSA Infection and an Unrivaled Cure

My friend developed painful boils on her legs a few days after her visit to the hospital to see her gynecologist. She had been living in Africa with her husband who was working on behalf of UNICEF to build stable homes for orphaned kids. Since skin infections are common in third world...
Diet

What’s For Breakfast? 3 Healthy Choices

"Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." Even as I say the phrase to myself I can see and hear my mother admonishing me when I was young. And I must have deeply internalized this at some point, because long gone are the days when my morning meal consisted of a hastily downed...
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Healing From the Scars of War the Natural Way

My next door neighbor was diagnosed with 5 psychiatric disorders. She had been a soldier and a war hero and found it very hard to adjust to life back home after returning from the battlefield. Anxiety disorder, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive...
Diet

15 Steps to Maintaining a Macrobiotic Diet

The origin of macrobiotics begins with a military doctor named Sagen Ishizuka. One of his students studied Ishizuka’s theory on balancing mineral salts, and the I-Ching. This student was George Ohsawa and a translation of his research introduced macrobiotics to America...