Do you have scars you’d prefer to not have?
Scars from caesarean and other surgery
Scars tell a story of damaged skin and an event that caused a trauma to the body. But scarring indicates that the wound has healed so in that sense, it’s like your body is telling you it’s put the past behind to move on.
But the body and the
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Andropause or mid life crisis
Despite what you may have heard, depression affects men as profoundly as it does women, and while you may have heard the jokes about the male mid-life crisis and the questions of self-identity that go with it, it’s a real phenomenon affecting tens of thousands of men.
But there’s a darker side to depression in men. World-wide, over a million
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Celebrated as a gift of life
There is no knowing when yoga really began. There is a solid history going back for 15,000 years but no one really knows about the people who lived before then let alone what they thought and how they lived.
What is clear is that yoga began either in India as we know it today or in very close proximity,
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The drug links
Opinion vary as always, but dementia is thought to be caused by gradual changes and damage in the brain is caused by a build-up of abnormal (amyloid beta) proteins in the brain which leads to a decline in a person’s mental, and sometimes physical abilities.
Much of the research on Alzheimer’s disease has focused on the amyloid beta protein which clumps together
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A danger to health and happiness
The idea of fasting is to allow the body to detoxify, by not consuming any food but by drinking an adequate amount of water, the digestive system gets to have a rest and the accumulated toxins in the body are released.
On a spiritual level, because there is no energy involved in digestion, energy is freed for spiritual contemplation
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The core of our creation
We have an old saying “if you don’t use it, you lose it.” This phrase is most usually applied to our level of fitness and strength which is declining due to all our modern conveniences and modern lifestyle.
There is growing evidence that our genetics and our DNA is influenced and can even be changed by our lifestyle, our way
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Lowering cholesterol or harming users?
A David Icke Image
A group of the most widely prescribed drugs of all time, Statins are a class of lipid-lowering medications that are claimed to inhibit production an enzyme that is thought to play a central role in the production of cholesterol. In other words, Statin drugs block the action of the liver enzyme HMG-CoA
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And social nonsense
Life is a fact and regardless of size and shape, we must be grateful even when not conforming to a learned ideal.
The problems associated with larger breasts and here we are talking plus size D through to E and F. The first problem is the actual weight of the breasts. If you’re a guy reading this or a a woman
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Reducing the risk of infections
Our world really is a melting pot of compounds, enzymes, bacteria’s and viruses. Some of them are beneficial and some of them are potentially harmful. We know and this knowledge is backed by the scientific evidence that when we are fit and healthy we become less susceptible to infection by any pathogen.
But building community is akin to building good
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And human needs
Radhe Krishna are collectively known within Hinduism as the combination of the feminine and masculine aspects of God representing the loving ideal or peak of human possibility.
Even though we think we love someone and even though we fall in love to a degree that we experience an emotional euphoria and sense of well-being, this is not really what love is.
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