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Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is the most common interference with healthy aging and long life in the modern world. Here are a number of proactive ideas and tips to help you prevent the problems associated...  more
 
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Flavorful Vegetarian Yogic Cooking
Here are some foods and spices that are known in yogic teachings to be excellent for strengthening the immune system, improving digestion, and for working to detox the liver. These include: onions, garlic,...  more
 
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To shampoo or not shampoo that is the question
It is important not to be fooled by natural claims by shampoo manufacturers, as most shampoos are highly synthetic and are really closer to a detergent - the same stuff you use to wash your clothes! It is...  more
 
 

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