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The Art of Chewing

The Art of Chewing. Eating begins with the simple art of chewing. Chew well to polarize the food with your system and in order to make smooth digestion possible. If under pressure at meals, simply chew, and let the chewing relax you. Then you can be grateful and enjoy the whole spectrum of tastes and aromas that make up the meal.

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Infant Brain Development

Infant Brain Development

Formation of the Mind and the Emergence of Consciousness

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Hugo Lagercrantz

The quest for the emergence of consciousness is fundamental. However, consciousness has been regarded as “airy-fairy” to speak about at conferences and seminars in neuroscience and clinical medicine. But to talk about the brain without discussing the mind is like dealing with the gastrointestinal canal without mentioning digestion, as pointed out by the philosopher John Searle. Since the beginning of this century, consciousness has been a hot topic in neurobiology partially due to the more sophisticated brain imaging techniques.

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Your Diet and Your Immune System

Your Diet and Your Immune System For you to stay healthy and to recover quickly from illness, your immune system must be robust, too. What can you do to optimize immune function? Exercise and stress reduction help. But evidence suggests that the most critical...

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Apples Botany Production and Uses

Apples Botany and the production and uses. From the 13th century, apples became more and more widely planted throughout Europe in gardens of royalty and commoners. Raw apples were seldom consumed, but they were more greatly prized when cooked and sometimes blended with spices and sugar or honey. Fermented juice, or cider, like beer, was preferred to the occasionally questionable local water-supply. By the 17th century, there were at least 120 cultivars described in western Europe.

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Chelation Therapy in the Treatment of Metal Intoxication

In contrast, several toxic heavy metals, such as arsenic, mercury, copper, and lead may be referred to as sulfur-seekers, having higher affinity to endogenous sulfur than oxygen groups. These metal cations may be bound and inactivated by the two vicinal thiol groups on the therapeutic agent BAL. However, today, the clinical use of BAL is limited due to its high toxicity. Its less toxic derivatives, meso-2,3-dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) and D, L-2,3-dimercapto- 1-propane sulfonic acid (DMPS), have now entered the clinical arena and superseded dimercaprol in most cases of heavy metal poisonings. These latter dithiols are nowadays available for oral administration, as tablets, as well as for parenteral administration.

The present book also gives guidelines for clinicians who are responsible for diagnosis and treatment of metal poisonings and overload diseases. Also, some guidelines for further research are precipitated in the last chapter.

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Celiac Disease

Celiac Disease Often, persons with celiac disease are deficient in B vitamins. In-depth Information Celiac Disease | Inability to Digest Gluten Celiac disease is a condition that involves the inability to digest gluten, a protein found in the glutinous grains....

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Enjoyment of Food

Enjoyment of Food 01 DECEMBER, 2016 Enjoyment Of Food Enjoyment of Food The way you eat is an expression of who you are, regardless of the quality of the food. The enjoyment of good food and company creates such an inner joy that it’s possible to taste the sweetest of...

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Female Sexual Dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction occurs in both women and men, although less attention has been paid to female sexual dysfunction. This article reminds primary care physicians that they must assume a proactive role in the diagnosis and treatments of these disorders. Traditionally, there are four areas of sexual problems in women: desire disorders, arousal disorders, orgasmic disorders, and sexual pain disorders. Desire disorders include a lack of interest in having sex or a lessening in the desire to have sex. Arousal disorders are when a woman does not feel a sexual response in her body or begins to respond but cannot maintain the response. Orgasmic disorders occur when she cannot have an orgasm or experiences pain during an orgasm; sex pain disorders are characterized by pain during or immediately following intercourse. Long-term medical diseases, minor ailments, medications, and psychosocial difficulties are etiologic (causative) factors in female sexual dysfunction. Gynecologic problems and cancers are also frequent sources of sexual dysfunction. The article stresses that patient education and reassurance, with early diagnosis and intervention, are essential for effective treatment.

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Walking Your Way to Better Health

THE KING OF EXERCISE ULTIMATE FORM OF EXERCISE Inexpensive Way To Shape Up BETTER THAN RUNNING - MAYBE? Walking Your Way to Better Health Walking may be the ultimate form of exercise. It can provide just as much of a workout as running – even cross-country skiing –...

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Sceletium – Potent Mood Booster

An excellent way to describe the effects of sceletium is through a simple metaphor. Think of your mind as a reasonably well-tuned four-cylinder engine. About half an hour after consuming between 50 – 100 milligrams of sceletium, your mind is more like a twelve-cylinder, turbo-charged racing engine.

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The Transformational Power of Fasting

You can use this book to explore only the spiritual aspects of fasting, or only the emotional aspects of fasting, or only the physical aspects of fasting. All are examined in the pages that follow. Doing so will still be of benefit to you. But fasting is a highly complex multifaceted act that is most effective when viewed as a whole and not as a mix of three pieces glued together. For when we fast we are engaging in a multidimensional process filled with myriad ramifications for who we are and how we live. What we are doing is deciding to consciously engage the hidden parts of ourselves, the secret face of the sacred that is in all forms of the material world, and our most fundamental relationships with food and nurturing.

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