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(Detorex) High blood pressure is common among senior citizens in the United States and is a serious condition that can significantly increase the probability of having coronary heart disease, a heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, and other health problems and risks.
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Functional Medicine is based on identifying the main cause of disease with differential diagnosis. It’s a holistic approach which is so Simple, Safe and economical, without any side effects. For more detail view this video uploaded by Intelligent Ageing.
16 Apr 2018
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*******www.drgarbers**** Doctor Garber gives a simple definition of homeopathic medicine and explains the similarities to other forms of medicine.
13 Mar 2009
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Are you suffering with pain and wondering what to do about it? Nurse Practitioner, Chris Starkie, discusses how Dr. Molly Kallenbach (chiropractor) revolutionized her ideas of health care and chiropractic after she broke her back. Great for skeptics.
11 Feb 2010
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On November 14th and 15th Philanthropic Association IRFF ONLUS are organizing the annual Global Health Expo. The Health expo will take place at the A. F. IRFF ONLUS Centre, Chisinau capital city of Moldova republic in EUROPE and is a two-day professional development event focusing on cutting-edge healthy lifestyle strategies and initiatives. Global Health Expo 2009 with its motto: Healthy living as the norm of life offers the latest global news about healthy lifestyle products and services. With its harmonizing goal Global Health Expo welcome all kind of healthy lifestyle services and products providers to give an presentation about their latest developments from: traditional medicine, oriental medicine, western medicine, homeopathic medicine also pharmaceutical companies, sanatoriums, NGOs working in this area, sport clubs, physical exercise centers, fitness etc are invited for it. The Global Health expo has been a great source of relevant information also a great place to network with others from within the industry for: doctors, nurses, medical assistants, medical practitioners, volunteers, medical students, peer education teams, etc healthy lifestyle agents, amateurs and the general public. If you want to get healthier and gain an in-depth understanding of critical and developing areas, the Global Health expo 2009 is an event you cannot afford to miss! Please prove you participation, to get 50% discount replying us filed registration form before 23rd of October 2009 by emails pacea21gmail**** and irffpisem**** ----------------------------------------- Registration Form: Family name: ____________________, First name(s):_____________ Citizenship: ______________________, Speaking Languages_______________ Phone number(s) ___________, E-mail address_______, other contact (MSN, Skype) - Organization or institution you represent: __, - Occupation / Position: __ - Source where you find announcement about the expo__, - What attracts you to our expo? __ Register as: - Presenter: Please describe shortly what healthy product or service you will present at the expo___ - Or Participator: ____ Date: __ Signature: __ ---------------------------------------- Accommodations: are supported by participants of the expo and if you need it our staff will book it for you just reply to us about. Finally, don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding your preparation for the Global Health expo: Tel +37369006351, Fax +37322738330, Skype: irffmd The fee of 120 Euros for Presenter and 60 Euros for Participator, - covers all activities during the event, including meals (the fee is half of the actual costs while another half is a grant from organizers). More information, also about previous expo, can be found on our official web portal: www.irffmd**** Facebook: *******www.facebook****/IRFFMD, Youtube channel: *******www.youtube****/irffmd See you at the Global Health Expo sincerely yours Nicolae Cirplala
18 Oct 2009
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Jacques Mabit, director del centro Takiwasi, habla sobre Ayahuasca, shamanismo, la curiosidad de los occidentales, y nuevos mitos ------- Jacques Mabit, director of the Takiwasi center, discuses Ayahuasca, shamanism, western curiosity, and new myths.
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A short preview of the talk I gave at the 3rd Amazonian Shamanism Conference, addressing the commercialization and banalization of shamanism. The full talk can be found at: *******video.google****/videoplay?docid=1471567783918794440
27 Jan 2008
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J.M. Fericgla, anthropologist, author, president of the Society of Applied Ethnopsychology (Sd’EA), and pioneer in the use of Ayahuasca psychotherapy, speaks about entheogens and the ego, and gives a different take on shapeshifting. ------ J.M. Fericgla, antropólogo, presidente de la Sociedad de Etnopsicología Aplicada (Sd’EA), y pionero en el uso de Ayahuasca en psicoterapia, habla sobre enteógenos, el ego, y los espíritus animales. *******www.etnopsico****/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=35
12 Oct 2008
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*******www.akashacenter**** Find Chinese acupuncture treatments at acupuncture clinic in Santa Monica California. This clinic provides Chinese acupuncture treatments for illness. (310) 451-8880
9 Feb 2009
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click here for more info: *******www.createyourhealth****/wordpress/296 Andrew Leavenworth, B.A. Child Development, M.S. Ayurveda, M.S. Homeopathy Ayurveda means “knowledge of life” and it is an ancient “science of living” that originated in India for balancing body, mind and spirit. The supreme emphasis of Ayurveda is prevention of disease through strengthening the digestive function, along with diet, exercise, breathing and seasonal cleansing and rejuvenation practices that are in alignment with the individual constitution you were born with. To remove toxic accumulations or to restore depleted tissues Ayurveda uses herbs, bodywork treatments with warm herbal oils followed by steaming or hot compresses. Ayurveda also features multiple specialized treatments including those for muscles and joints that have been injured or are weak, stiff, or painful.
26 Aug 2009
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Have you ever gotten sick...and thought about treating your own self? Although not acknowledged by today's medical standard, the idea of alternative medicine will always be in the minds of many because there is nothing more important than one's health. The fact is, you shouldn't discount alternative medicine just because it's not considered conventional modern medicine, as alternative treatments have been used in some way or another in the past - and can still prove beneficial to this day. - Please go ahead and "Like" this video, and feel free to share it! - Don't forget to follow the "Instafo" video channel to stay up-to-date for all the latest. - Do you have any comment? Share your thoughts. We love to hear from you! Instafo is all about one thing - publishing useful information that matters to educate, enrich, and empower others living in a fast-paced world to reinvent their very own existence on all possibilities without limitation.
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*******tinyurl****/6cwo4w Ounce for ounce, says Lamine Diakite, a Red Cross official from French Guinea in West Africa, moringa leaves contain more beta carotene than carrots, more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach, more Vitamin C than oranges, and more potassium than bananas. Its protein content is comparable to that of milk and eggs, and its leaves are still available for harvest at the end of the dry season, when other food may be scarce. Malnourished children gained weight when put on a timely dietary supplement made from the leaves, Mr. Diakite says. He passed around pouches of the green, hennalike powder at a recent international summit in Boston. Until a decade ago, moringa was not widely known in Africa. Its leaves (boiled like spinach) were an occasional vegetable. Immigrant Indians prized the long, slender seedpods (stewed or cooked like green beans) as a delicacy. "But its nutritional value, newly 'discovered,' has been known for a long time," says Lowell Fuglie, an international development administrator who has been instrumental in popularizing the moringa in Africa for the past 10 years. Laboratory analysis has corroborated traditional knowledge about the plant. It now awaits further validation by western science. But even those who know moringa is edible don't always exploit its nutritional value, particularly beneficial to those eating a carbohydrate-heavy diet (meat is often costly in Africa). Senegalese people using moringa leaves to make mboum sauce, for example, discard the cooking water, which contains many nutrients, Mr. Fuglie says. His interest was sparked by research findings collated by the nonprofit Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization (ECHO). "Seeing moringa described as the most nutritious of all tropical vegetables," says Fuglie, whose father worked for USAID in Africa, "I wondered why there was so much malnutrition in regions where the tree is easily grown and used." Species of moringa are native to the Indian subcontinent and pockets of Asia and Africa. One species in particular, Moringa oleifera, which has especially edible leaves, has become naturalized in other regions, says Mark Olson, an evolutionary biologist. Moringa growing wild on Mexico's Pacific coast probably arrived long ago via the Philippines when Spanish galleons sailed between Manila and Acapulco, he says. He has traveled to remote areas to document the dozen or so species of the diverse, hardy native of the dry tropics. "It's very hard to kill the moringa with drought or heat," he says. Protein-rich plants like soybeans and legumes cannot survive such conditions or thrive in poor soil. The fact that the leaves - and not just the seedpods and seeds - are edible makes moringa a desirable crop. The seeds also yield oil that could be used as biofuel, and ground seeds can help purify water. Parts of the tree are used in traditional medicine. It also grows rapidly (good for reforestation), reaching a mature height of 30 feet, though often it's pruned annually to be as short as five feet, to keep leaves and seedpods within easy reach. It would be difficult to find a low-maintenance tree that offers more, says Fuglie. In the 1980s, development workers began to hear of the tree. Its popularity grew by leaps when Fuglie began to promote the shade-dried leaf powder as a food supplement, says Martin Price, director of ECHO. Reports from Fuglie's pilot nutrition project were persuasive. Still, there have been no clinical human trials to quantify the moringa's role in fighting malnutrition, says Jed Fahey of Johns Hopkins University. He is a volunteer for Trees for Life International, a group that promotes planting moringas. Based on centuries of human consumption, however, a strong case can be made that eating the leaves causes no harm, says Dr. Fahey, a phytochemical researcher. But because there is no definitive dietary study on the moringa, the scientific community and relief agencies still have reservations. Fuglie predicts that more moringas will be planted once aid organizations are convinced of the leaves' nutrition. Fuglie needs no persuading: If you had to design an affordable source of enriching supplements for the dry tropics, he says, "it may be impossible to come up with anything better than the moringa." Distributed by Tubemogul.
9 Feb 2009
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