Health & Wellness

Importance of Vitamin B12

Importance of Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12, or cobalamin, is naturally found in animal foods. It can also be added to foods or supplements. Vitamin B12 is needed to form red blood cells and DNA. It is also a key player in the function and development of brain and nerve cells.

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Perpetue Robert - Naturopath: The Law of staying healthy at any age

Perpetue Robert - Naturopath: The Law of staying healthy at any age

Perpetue Robert, married for 21 years, mother of 3 sons and residing in Quebec, Canada, studied chemistry to food processing, agriculutural laboratory and nursing. She equally studied at EMNP (Ecole de Medicine Naturelle Préventive (School of Preventive Natural Medicin). After a terrible accident that left her with three surgeries and trauma, she studied naturopathy to help her cope with inflammation and depression. This was her great bounce back which helped her where she is today. Perpetue Robert is currently also studying herbal nutrition. Her passions are cooking, dancing, scriptures...

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Protect your eyes from UV Radiation

Protect your eyes from UV Radiation

Most sunglasses are designed to protect our eyes from the sun's harmful effects. Often the labels on sunglasses promise protection from ultraviolet light and other kinds of natural radiation. It is important to know what kind of light you need to protect your eyes from and what type of light is not necessarily harmful.

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How to add to longevity ?

How to add to longevity ?

Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live. Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.

Your body is the church where the Spirit asks to be reverenced. True enjoyment comes from activity of the mind and exercise of the body; the two are ever united.

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Why travel is great for health?

Why travel is great for health?

Travel exposes you to different environments, which create stronger antibodies and boost your immune system significantly.

Antibodies are the little proteins that protect your immune system from harmful pathogens. In fact, research shows exposure to some dirt and minor illnesses actually keeps your body and gut stronger. 

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Forgiveness: Your Health Depends on It!

Forgiveness: Your Health Depends on It!

Failing to forgive, or unforgiveness, is the practice of engaging in ruminative thoughts of anger, vengeance, hate, bitterness and resentment that have unproductive outcomes for the ruminator, such as increased anxiety, depression, elevated blood pressure, heart disease, vascular resistance, decreased immune response, and worse outcomes in the human body, mental health and must be addressed and taken care of.

Unforgiveness is like poison causing even cancer and other lifethreatening diseases. (Cancer. 61% of cancer patients have forgiveness issues. This is quite alarming! Therefore forgiveness is highly recommended!

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Smiling boosts your health!

Smiling boosts your health!

Smiling more is linked to better health! Not only does smiling reduce stress, it makes you more relaxed and helps your immune system function better. Some studies even suggest that smiling is linked to a longer lifespan. Smiling more can mean living a longer, healthier life

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Self-care is a divine responsibility

Self-care is a divine responsibility

If only you could live in a way where self-care was an active part of your life, so you wouldn’t crash and burn every few months or need a vacation from your everyday life. The key to self-care is finding balance and spiritual enhancement.

Marjorie and Steve Harvey are living their dreams!

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Health harms of lockdowns and Covid vaccines

Health harms of lockdowns and Covid vaccines

Lockdowns are undoubtedly associated with health harms. Furthermore, the reduction of enforcement could cause a surge of illegal killing of wildlife.

As we all know, before receiving a surgical procedure, there is a legal and ethical requirement that the patient be apprised of any significant potential risks, including infection, bleeding, nerve damage, or even death. The patient usually signs the consent form following this explanation. And as we all know, whenever we receive prescription medication, we are notified of the potential risks on a package insert and usually a discussion with the Pharmacist.

The vaccines should be no different, yet they are. A person about to receive the jab is rarely told that there are risks of blood clots, bleeding, cerebral thrombosis, myocarditis, and death, yet those risks exist. Are we to do a global IQ test? It's been both alarming and astounding to know how many have been if not enforced, blindly and naively have taken vaccines (still experimentation) without proper research of health harms due to its ingredients.

https://www.thedesertreview.com/opinion/columnists/gates-fauci-and-daszak-charged-with-genocide-in-court-filing/article_76c6081c-61b8-11ec-ae59-7718e6d063ed.html

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Health Benefits of Jump Rope Workout

Health Benefits of Jump Rope Workout

Jumping rope? Isn’t that for boxers — and, um…little girls? Well, believe it or not the simple act of jumping rope can do more for you overall than the same time spent jogging. Jumping rope is also easy to do anywhere. A jump rope slipped in your backpack or bag can be brought along on a trip, to work, simply anywhere...!

To start jumping rope, head to your nearest sporting goods store and get a rope. While you probably don’t want to get a lightweight rope from the toy department for a workout, if that’s all you’ve got, it will work.  Once you have your rope, make sure it fits you comfortably. Most ropes range from 8 to 10 feet long. You can cut it to adjust it – but once you cut it you can’t make it longer. Stand on the middle of the rope and hold the handles comfortably at waist height. Adjust accordingly.

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Health Dangers of Mask wear !

Health Dangers of Mask wear !

The recommendation of using a maskwear is detrimental. TAKE CAUTION PLEASE! There are potential health dangers to maskwear.

In an article published by Technocracy News, Dr. Russell Blaylock wrote that the side effects from prolonged wearing of a face mask "can vary from headaches to increased airway resistance, carbon dioxide accumulation, to hypoxia, all the way to serious life-threatening complications."

The side effects vary depending on whether they are cloth or paper surgical masks or N95 respirator masks because the N95, being a more effective filter, also limits breathing to a greater degree, and is therefore more commonly associated with headaches.

Tight straps or pressure from the mask were considered as potential causes, the evidence pointed to the headaches being caused by reduced blood oxygenation, or an increase in carbon dioxide in the blood.

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Swimming improves brain function

Swimming improves brain function

Everyone knows that swimming is a great type of physical exercise. It works several different parts of your body and is a good workout for your heart. What a lot of people don’t know is that swimming is actually good for your brain as well. Swimming regularly has been shown to improve brain function and repair damaged brain cells. With all of these benefits, it’s no wonder swimming is often the chosen method of physical exercise. Here are some of the ways that swimming can improve your brain function.

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Maintain a Healthy and Balanced Mind

Maintain a Healthy and Balanced Mind

If you correct your mind, the rest of your life will fall into place.” –Lao Tzu

Long before the dawn of modern science, our ancestors knew the power of the human mind and its connection to the body and our wellbeing. Ancient Greeks, for instance, believed that health could be maintained by adopting a moderate and temperate lifestyle. Their priorities were centered on creating health, beauty and happy.

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A Relaxed Mind is a Productive and Creative Mind

A Relaxed Mind is a Productive and Creative Mind

Our Brain on Stress
When we’re under stress, the brain secretes hormones like cortisol and adrenaline that in the best scenario mobilize us to handle a short-term emergency, but in the worst scenario create an ongoing hazard for performance. In that case, attention narrows to focus on the cause of the stress, not the task at hand. Our memory reshuffles to promote thoughts most relevant to what is stressing us, and we fall back on negative learned habits. The brain’s executive centers—our neural circuitry for paying attention, comprehending, and learning—are hijacked by our networks for handling stress.

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