4 Secrets For Staying Positive From the World’s Oldest Yoga Teacher, 96

Age is merely a number; this is especially true for the world’s oldest yoga teacher. At 96 years old Tai Porchon-Lynch is as full of life and positive as a 15-year-old, she is full of wisdom, and you would do well to look at her. At 96 years old she is winning dance competitions, attending and holding wine tastings, and working on issues of inner peace and spirituality. If someone who had lived a full 96-year long life approached you with wise words wouldn’t you accept them with the vitality Read more [...]

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Top 3 Cancer Fighting Nuts

Nuts and seeds can be a delicious addition to any day. They work so well in trail mixes or just alone, but did you know that they could actually fight disease like cancer and heart disease? Eating nuts can decrease rate of heart disease and cancer and even extend the life expectancy rate according to many studies. In recent studies, results were seen in peanuts, pistachios, almonds, walnuts, and other tree nuts. And, researchers did not look at the way they were prepared being raw, roasted, oiled, Read more [...]

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Top 15 Fruits & Vegetables Juice Recipes

Juicing is one of the easiest ways to benefit your body with the pure nutrients found in fruits and vegetables. The only downside to juicing, if there is one, is coming up with new recipes to keep your taste buds interested. Thankfully we’ve put together a list of juicing recipes for you to try, and to inspire your own homemade juice recipes. Here are some healthy juice recipes: 1. 2 green apples 1 stick of celery 3-4 leaves kale or 1 small bunch of “kai-lan” 1/2 cup broccoli with Read more [...]

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Healthy Living: How Common Behaviors Affect Your Health

What comes to mind when you think of taking risks with your health—driving recklessly, or maybe abusing alcohol or illegal drugs? Those behaviors are certainly risky. However, many people have less dramatic behaviors that are just as dangerous in the long run. Tobacco use, unbalanced nutrition (too many calories and/or too much of one food group and not enough of the others) and a lack of physical activity are some of the key risk factors for the most common causes of death. What are the most Read more [...]

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Calculate the Holiday Season’s Extra Calories

By: Margaret Marshall Become a fanAuthor: Body, Mind, & Mouth...Life's Eating Connection According to research from the Calorie Control Council, the average American may consume more than 4,500 calories and a whopping 229 grams of fat, from snacking and from a traditional holiday dinner with turkey and all the trimmings. And these figures don't include breakfast or the late evening munching on leftovers! Every American holiday revolves around food. Thanksgiving is the food event of Read more [...]

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