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29 2020년 11월
Carrots may be the food best known for helping your eyes. But other foods and their nutrients may be more important for keeping your eyesight keen as you age. Vitamins C and E, zinc, lutein, zeaxanthin, and omega-3 fatty acids all play a role in eye health. They can help prevent cataracts, clouding of your eye lens. It's always best to get the nutrients help vision from foods. Here are some powe..
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Argan Oil: One of the main reasons that Argan oil is so healing, is that it is rich with vitamin A and vitamin E. However, Argan oil is also packed with anti-oxidants and Omega-6 fatty acids. Research shows that when applied to skin, it eases inflammation while moisturizing the skin. Argan Oil is used to repair split ends, tame frizz, soften cuticles, reduce fine lines, wrinkl..
04 2015년 09월
The Sun Salutation: It's Not Just a Warm Up Surya namaskar is widely known as a sun salutation by those who practice yoga. We think of this as a series of movements to warm up the body as part of an asana practice. RELATED: The Best Warm Up for Yoga and Lifting But more than a warm up, the sun salutation is foundational for the rest of the asana practice. Indian yoga teacher, ..
08 2015년 04월
Dandelion Tea BenefitsSome of the many traditional benefits of dandelion tea, just for starters: Dandelion tea tastes good (especially with honey —or, a good taste with a no-carbohydrate choice, like xylitol).Dandelion tea benefits your health —as health enthusiasts world wide can attest for this delicious herbal remedy.Dandelion tea forms a prime medical ingredien..
27 2015년 02월
Dr. Justin Laube on “Integrative & Holistic Primary Care”UCLA Center for East-West Medicine PRESENTS Integrative & Holistic Primary Care Wednesday, March 4, 2015, 7:00-8:30PM Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center – Auditorium 1250 16th St. Santa Monica, CA Justin Laube, MD, UCLA internal medicine physician, will explore the philosophy behind UCLA’s new East-West primary..
17 2015년 01월
A bad cough can cause pains in your ribs when you cough. There are muscles between your ribs called your intercostal muscles that are accessory muscles with breathing, and are also involved with coughing. When you breath in your diaphragm contracts and pulls your lungs down drawing air in. Also simultaneously there are muscles in your neck that help pull your chest wall up and..