Put your left foot in front of you right, and then your right foot in front of your left, and then repeat. That’s called walking. And it could be the best thing for your overall health. Photo by Daniel Reche on Pexels.com The historian Geroge Mcaulay Trevelyan wrote in 1913 that his two doctors were … Continue reading WHY THE BEST MEDICINE MIGHT BE YOUR RIGHT AND LEFT FEET
Today, in some form or another, vitamins are found in almost every home. In fact, about half of the population of the United States takes vitamins daily. But there was a time when no one knew what vitamins were. Because of this, people got sick with diseases such as scurvy and beriberi. Scurvy Scurvy was a painful disease … Continue reading HOW VITAMINS WERE DISCOVERED
Hand washing and good old prevention plays a vital role to help minimize the spread of the coronavirus. I thought I would mix things up a bit and post a recipe for all natural hand sanitizer. All ingredients are 100% natural and leaves your skin feeling soft while killing germs up to 5 hours and … Continue reading Prevention is Key
Photo by Ray Piedra on Pexels.com We’re all told that water is the best thing we can drink – and it definitely is. But what does water do that’s so valuable? Why do we need our eight glasses a day? Well, the truth is that water goes to work after we drink it, keeping our bodies … Continue reading WHAT DOES WATER DO AFTER YOU DRINK IT?
Photo by Rajesh TP on Pexels.com Is your hunger physical, emotional, or a little bit of both? Research is exploding with labeling the overeating experience. One example reports people can be (1) a “social overeater” where you continue to eat with those around you in social situations; (2) your “mind is checked out” described as being … Continue reading TYPES OF OVEREATERS
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Dr. Bach was an English medical doctor who also practiced homeopathy. He was dissatisfied with how medicine treated symptoms, while ignoring the welfare of the patient as a whole. In his search to find a gentler method of healing he developed Bach Flower Remedies, in 1930. He believed illness resulted … Continue reading FLOWER ESSENCE REMEDIES FOR EMOTIONAL HEALTH
Worries will happen in life. In fact, in some ways it’s healthy to feel occasional stress. However, worry is not productive, according to Jason Moser, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Michigan State University. “It’s something we do over and over again, without much resolution,” Moser said, “and it’s typically of … Continue reading 10 HABITS OF ANXIETY-FREE PEOPLE