Holistic Lifestyle Tips – November
The Amazing Value of Juicing for Cancer Patients
Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QsyXKgB1guw
How to Heal Cavities Naturally
The world is slowly waking up to the fact that, when you give the body what it needs, it can heal things we previously thought were impossible. A fine example of what is often deemed as an incurable health problem is dental cavities, but extensive research is now becoming more public about the true nature of tooth decay and the fact that there are proven remedies that can remedy it. Read the whole story: http://www.healthy-holistic-living.com/how-to-heal-cavities-naturally.html
The Crazy Amount of Sugar Hiding in Random Foods
How much sugar is really in your food? Sure there’s a lot of sugar in Coke, but baked beans? And then there is the so called “healthy” cereal which amazingly enough has more sugar than Fruit Loops.
Read more: http://www.healthy-holistic-living.com/sugar-hidding-in-random-foods.html#ixzz2jXY6H5UZ
Ancient mythologies from various countries see the heart as the seat of emotion. We are ruled by the heart. It was believed by ancient Egyptians to house the soul and mind of a person.
The heart often overrules the head even though we now know that it is the head, or the brain, that controls the inner workings of the body. It was the heart of a man that was judged as to his innocence or guilt.
It is still the heart that determines a lot about a person, namely their health. In reality, the heart is associated with emotional states but has more to do with keeping you upright than how you feel.
Read More of This Article Here: http://www.natural-holistic-health.com/7-steps-to-a-healthier-stronger-heart/?utm_source=feedly
12 Indispensable Mindful Living Tools
By Leo Babauta
“The focus of my life in recent months has been living mindfully, and while I don’t always remember to do that, I have learned a few things worth sharing.”
“The first is a mindful life is worth the effort. It’s a life where we awaken from the dream state we’re most often submerged in — the state of having your mind anywhere but the present moment, locked in thoughts about what you’re going to do later, about something someone else said, about something you’re stressing about or angry about. The state of mind where we’re lost in our smartphones and social media.”
“It’s worth the effort, because being awake means we’re not missing life as we walk through it. Being awake means we’re conscious of what’s going on inside us, as it happens, and so can make more conscious choices rather than acting on our impulses all the time.”
“The second thing I’ve learned is that we forget. We forget, over and over, to be awake. And that’s OK. Being mindful is a process of forgetting, and then remembering. Repeatedly. Just as breathing is a process of exhaling, and then inhaling, repeatedly.”
“The third is that mindful living isn’t just one thing. It’s not just meditation. Nor is it just focusing on the sensations around you, right now in this moment. I’ve found mindful living to be a set of very related tools, perhaps all different ways of getting at the same thing, but each useful in its own regard.”
Read the rest here: http://zenhabits.net/toolset/