Why do a Cleanse in the first place? Most people have between five or six food intolerances and they don’t even know it.  The slower development of allergic response from food intolerances makes it harder for people to equate the food they ate yesterday with the vague symptoms like fatigue, inability to lose weight, headache and…

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On the peak of the Cold War in the end 80’s, there was an incredible level of competition between the(communist) “East” German and the “West” German Olympic team. The “East” team was winning allmaj or Olympic competitions, which drove (of course) the “West” German officials into insanity. When the WALL  came down on November 9,…

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‘It’s very simple: You can heal yourself’ Hypnotherapist says he’s ‘just the facilitator;’ you do the work Brian Wilford, Oceanside Star Published: Thursday, March 21, 2013 Detlef ‘Joe’ Friede was a hard-driving, successful senior manager in the German ministry of health. As a martial arts trainer in the German military, he had learned mind-control techniques and…

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Research Shows Hypnotherapy Benefits Patients With Irritiable Bowel Syndrome Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a functional disorder that affects a lot of people; it is the most common condition seen by gastroenterologists. Common symptoms of IBS include constipation, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and bloating. The cause of the disorder is not known and there is no…

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Adrenal Burnout Healed Through Shiatsu The kidneys are considered to be the energy force of the body in Shiatsu and traditional Chinese Medicine. It is also “the furnace” that keeps us warm and distributes heat and energy throughout. Together with the bladder they are an important part in detoxifying the body of waste and impurities….

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Background Anxiety and depression are high in prevalence, especially in the female population, whose incidence is approximately double that of the male population. In addition, these conditions are difficult to treat and have high relapse rates and medication side-effects. There is evidence to suggest that acupuncture may be an effective treatment modality. Objective The aim…

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Acupressure significantly reduced heart rate among subjects who suffered a stroke, whereas placebo acupressure did not, according to recent research. The study, “Cardiovascular benefits of acupressure (Jin Shin) following stroke,” involved 13 subjects who experienced a stroke at least 19 months earlier. Inclusion criteria were a unilateral stroke resulting in persistent deficits, as well as…

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Tumeric – Is an Asian spice usually found in mixed curry powder and some Indian dishes. It contains a powerful, natural and non-toxic compound called curcumin. Recent studies have found that turmeric’s natural anti-inflammatory benefits are equal to hydrocortisone and Motrin, but without their undesired side effects.Antonym- Sugar. It can hardly be called a “spice”,…

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Myofascial release is a relatively new concept in the world of massage therapy in Vancouver.  Only in the last couple decades have we begun to understand and work with the fascial system of the body.  Fascia is the body’s tensegrity system.  It holds, wraps and connects everything from bone to nerves to muscles.  Understanding fascia…

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