There is a very long tradition in the Yogic and Aryuvedic, Christian, and Arabic practices to undertake fasting as a means of enlightenment, balancing and cleanse the body. When the intake of food comes to a halt and digestion stops, elimination and cleansing increases. This action frees up the mind to focus on "higher" ideals.
Many of us use fasting as a means of weight control and physical cleansing. This makes sense to me because one of the main causes of gaining weight is not enough time for the body to clean and rebuild. When we are feeding ourselves every few hours there is never any rest and cleanup time.
Is every cold caused by a virus? The short answer is no. The long answer is that there are numerous viruses and bacteria that can cause cold symptoms, but there are other reasons for those symptoms as well.
Cold symptoms usually include, but are not limited to, nasal congestion, sneezing, sore throat, plugged or painful ears, headache, runny nose, or mucus in the throat. All of these symptoms appear from a thickening of mucus and/or lack of drainage in the head. Well, what causes thickening of mucus or lack of drainage? Virus, bacteria, and fungus can cause these symptoms, but sometimes it is a combination of other things causing the symptoms.
April 5, 2018
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February 18, 2019
Does everyone have cellulite? According to Merriam Webster Dictionary, cellulite is deposits of subcutaneous fat within fibrous connective tissue that give a puckered and dimpled appearance to the skin surface. The conventional approach to dealing with cellulite is diet and exercise. Cellulite can appear anywhere on your body, but most often appears on the back of your thighs, hips and buttocks.
Have you ever noticed that this approach does not work? I have! I don’t know about you, but it does not make me feel confident or beautiful to have a dimpled booty! Cellulite is not what you have been lead to believe and the conventional solution is definitely not correct. The dictionary definition is not exactly wrong, but it is very incomplete!
April 10, 2018