Category Archives: Physiology

Lessons from the French

In ode to the longest living human being, Jeanne Calment, we are going to look at the French today. There is of course the French Paradox. The French eat a lot of fat, yet their health rates are better. They … Continue reading

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Living a Long Healthy Life

Man I didn’t do any post last week, sorry! This week I am back and we are going to look at one of the topics of health that really intrigues me: longevity. I think sometimes we are so focused on … Continue reading

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Creating Healthy Environments

This week I went to an Environment seminar and I loved it. It was about creating healthy communities through two of our main problems: poor nutrition and inactivity. Childhood obesity is a growing problem, but we have to do more … Continue reading

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A Plee for Meat

After reading the Paleo Answer, I thought this reasons should be compelling enough to eat steak if you are seeking healthy outlook on life (I realize for religious or philosophical reasons many do not eat meat. However many people also … Continue reading

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AGEs: Precursor to Disease and Aging

Doctor Sharifi has been getting on me about this one for a while now, but after reading the Paleo Answer, I see her passion for me to know more about them. AGEs stands for advanced glycation end-products. They come about … Continue reading

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Pranayama: The Importance of Breathing

“The breath heals more than anything else in the whole wide world.” Kundalini Instrutor Gurmukh Khalsa When I first saw the Breathe of Fire I thought ‘hmm’, then I tried it and I have to admit I had a bit … Continue reading

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Chakras and Dis-Ease

Continuing on from yesterday’s post on Tapping, we’re going to take a bit of a metaphysical, alternative approach. Today we are talking about energy. We have seven different chakras, which vibrate and move at different spends in our body, starting … Continue reading

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