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10

Nov
Mindfulness - For Better Mood, Less Stress, and more Energetic

Mindfulness - For Better Mood, Less Stress, and more Energetic

Mindfulness - For Better Mood, Less Stress, and more Energetic According to the latest WHO data published in 2015, the average human lifespan of Malaysia is just 75 years: 77.3 years if you are a woman and 72.7 years if you are a man. During that time, most adults sleep 7-9 hours per day, leaving the average person with 16 hours a day to work, eat, play, exercise, have fun, and to live. Studies by Harvard University has shown that the average person spends about 47% of waking time lost in thoughts, stressing over plans, overthinking about problems, or otherwise caught up in how to live life instead or living it. The act of overthinking life cuts the meaningful hours in a day down to an average of 8.5 hours. So, at the end of the day, the average human is only really living for about 1/3rd of their available…

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26

Oct
Bone Loss in Menopause

Bone Loss in Menopause

Bone loss in Menopause The word ‘Osteoporosis’ literally means ‘porous bone’. It is a condition where a person gradually loses bone material so that his or her bones become gradually more fragile. As a result, they are more likely to break. Bone is made of fibres of a material called collagen filled in with minerals- mainly calcium salts – rather like reinforced concrete. The bones of the skeleton have a thick outer shell or ‘cortex’, inside which there is a meshwork of ‘trabecular’ bone. Osteoporosis is a major public health concern worldwide. Although osteoporosis is more prevalent in women, it can also affect men. This disease can occur at any age and in any racial or ethnic group. However, it is more common in postmenopausal women, especially Asians and Caucasians. In Malaysia, it is estimated that by year 2020, about 3.3 million Malaysians will be above 65 years of age.…

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16

Oct
Good News for the Ladies! Deep Tissue Cupping for Lymphatic System (Part 1)

Good News for the Ladies! Deep Tissue Cupping for Lymphatic System (Part 1)

Healthy Lymphatic System = Healthy Breast Good News for the Ladies! What is lymphatic obstruction/blockage? Why so many women are afraid of it? Does lymphatic system directly affect the health of our breast? Ms. Esther, the President of Naturopathic Medical Association Malaysia and Madam Low, a professional TCM physician with more than 24 years experience are going to show us how deep tissue cupping can help with our lymphatic system which bring good benefits to our breast. For more info, please feel free to get in touch with us by clicking the FREE CALL button at the top of this page or email to spectrumoflife@sol.com.my.

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3

Oct
The Health Benefits Of Oil Pulling

The Health Benefits Of Oil Pulling

The Health Benefits of Oil Pulling Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic practice that involves the swishing a pure food-based oil in the mouth to draw toxins from the mouth and body. This practice has immediate and tangible effect on conditions such as halitosis, gingivitis and dental plaque, but also various infections, heart disease and possibly contributes to cancer over the long term. The Importance of Good Oral Hygiene  The balance of microorganisms plays an enormous role in the health of the overall body. Numerous studies have shown a connection between periodontal disease and increased risk of stroke, cognitive decline and other illnesses as well. One of the major oral bacterial species is streptococcus mutans, - when left unchecked will multiply in the mouth that secrete toxins into the bloodstream. These toxins can increase the inflammatory associated cytokine Interleukin-12 (IL-12) which is a strong contributor for the development of chronic…

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27

Sep
Secret Recipe for Healthy Heart

Secret Recipe for Healthy Heart

Secret Recipe for Healthy Heart by Ms. Esther Peh, the President of the Naturopathic Medical Association Malaysia Delicious & Nutritious Beet Juice Ingredients: • 1 knob ginger • 1 clove of garlic • 1 beet (medium size) • 2 carrots • 1 lemon • 1 cucumber Preparation: 1. Prepare all the ingredients and put all into the juicer. 2. Blend it and it's ready to serve! Benefits: Beet root The high nitrate content of beetroot juice, which actually widens the blood vessels when it enters the body as nitrite, lowers blood pressure within one hour of ingestion. Garlic Garlic contains substances which prevent blood platelets from sticking together, which reduces the chance of life-threatening blood clots from forming and helps to improve circulation. Garlic also helps to prevent atherosclerosis which is the build-up of plaque in the arteries and a leading cause of heart attacks and strokes. Cucumber Cucumber has…

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19

Sep
Secret Recipe for Strong Heart

Secret Recipe for Strong Heart

Secret Recipe for Strong Heart by Ms. Esther Peh,the President of Naturopathic Medical Association Malaysia   Quinoa Avocado Salad Ingredients 1 cup cooked quinoa 1 avocado (diced) 1 medium sized cucumber (diced) ½ cup of halved cherry tomatoes ¼ cup of finely chopped red onion ½ cup of sliced sweet green pepper ½ cup of chopped walnuts Fresh thyme, coriander or basil in any combination (chopped) 1/4 cup of extra-virgin olive oil 1/4 cup of organic apple cider vinegar  2 tablespoon of lemon juice 1 tsp raw sugar sea salt and pepper to taste Preparation: 1. Boil quinoa in 2 cups of water in a pan on medium heat. Mix 1/4 tablespoon of salt before boiling and cover the pan while boiling. After boiling properly, let the quinoa to cool.  2. Now, mix cucumber, cherry tomatoes, freshly chopped onion, sweet green pepper and fresh herbs with it. 3. For a tasty dressing,…

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23

Aug
Why am I always hungry when I’m trying to lose weight?

Why am I always hungry when I’m trying to lose weight?

Why Am I always Hungry when I’m Trying to Lose Weight? Diets fail for a lot of reasons but one of the primary ones is simply hunger. Going on a diet means cutting down on calories, which in turn means consuming smaller amounts of food. This can result in between meal hunger. Believe me, this advice comes from a person with extensive experience in dieting. Let’s face the facts, we all, at some point in time have undertaken the task on going on a diet and experience some kind of hunger issue. In my years of practice, the most common question I get from my patients are usually: Do you have to feel like you’re hungry all the time to lose weight? Does this mean you are doing this right? The answer to that is Yes! You are going to have to deal with a little hunger and stomach grumbling…

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18

Aug
What is Intermittent Fasting and is it Healthy? - Part 2

What is Intermittent Fasting and is it Healthy? - Part 2

What is Intermittent Fasting and is it Healthy? - Part 2 Who should not practice intermittent fasting? Individuals who are chronically ill with uncontrolled health issues like chronic diabetes, chronic stress with adrenal and cortisol dysregulation, insulin users, severe peptic ulcer diseases, pregnancy and breast feeding mothers. Does Intermittent Fasting Slow Down the Metabolic Rate? We have always been advised to not skip meals and to be non-erratic with meal timings. This is because our body is designed to program itself and to be optimally functional if it follows a routine. Digestive enzymes are usually very functional if food is consumed at timely intervals. Therefore, if you chose to do intermittent fasting, you must choose the type that is most suitable to your body type and you need to stick to the routine. This way your body will get used to the schedule and adjust itself. In intermittent fasting, extremely…

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7

Aug
What is Intermittent Fasting and is it Healthy? - Part 1

What is Intermittent Fasting and is it Healthy? - Part 1

  What is Intermittent Fasting and is it Healthy? Fasting itself is not new to any community as it has been practiced since the earliest of times by different cultures around the globe. These fasting practices however have a more spiritual inclination but having said that, the only guaranteed way to preserve a healthy lifestyle practice or even a ritual is to give it a spiritual connection. The fasting body goes through a cleansing process, limits its energy use and detoxifies naturally. A heathy body gives rise to healthy mind and spirit. This way, it gets the recognition it deserves and its practice is preserved over the generations. Periods of voluntary abstinence from food and drink is called Intermittent Fasting. This type of fasting is not a diet, but a diet regime or an eating style that is purported to accelerate fat burning and losing weight. Over the years, many…

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24

Jul
Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism Spectrum Disorder

  Autism Spectrum Disorder "My child is always running around and is very hyperactive. Is he autistic?" "My child is very quiet and doesn’t talk too much. He does not mix with friends or plays with them, do you think he has autism?" "My child does not look at us when we talk to her, is she alright?" "My child is learning very slowly, is he autistic?" Many parents get alarmed when their children are not developing according to the normal milestone or are not compatible with their siblings or peers. With the abundance sources and information from the internet, many parents may go ahead of themselves when it comes to the wellbeing of their children. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), as the name suggests is a spectrum disorder where the disorder ranges from mild to severe form of presentations. In the mild form, ASD affects an individual minimally with little…

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18

Jul
Acid Reflux and Gastric Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

Acid Reflux and Gastric Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

  Acid Reflux and Gastric Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) What is GERD? One of the most common conditions affecting many people today is termed ‘GERD’ or gastroesophageal reflux disorder. This condition is characterized by a burning sensation in the chest, throat or upper abdomen that includes the common term “heartburn.” Many prescription drugs have been created by the pharmaceutical industry that suppress acid secretion as an answer to what is truly a systemic problem. This results in raising factors that add to inflammatory events in the whole body, - thereby contributing to further diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, and autoimmune disorders. An anti-inflammatory lifestyle has been shown to reduce acid reflux and it is important we make attempts to change our diet toward foods that are less reactive with the immune system. Upon eating, food naturally passes from the throat to the stomach through the esophagus. The esophagus contains a…

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30

Jun
Sugar & Brain

Sugar & Brain

Other than the 60 ailments mentioned in previous month article, new research now suggests that excessive amount of sugar, especially the fructose in sugary drinks might damage your brain. And this indicates how important reading nutrition information as well as the ingredients contained in food product. Sugar addiction begins when the cravings for anything that contains the sweet ingredients happened. Have you ever wonder what cause us crave and get addicted to sugar? Eating sugar contained food leads the brain to release opiates that create sensations of pleasure, as a “reward” for performing functions essential for the survival of both the individual and the species, such as eating or reproducing. These hormones usually help in relieving pain and are triggered in the same way one who consume illegal drugs. Therefore, sugar-rich diets generate heightened reward signals, just like drugs effect, so that the more sugar you have, the more you…

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14

Jun
Sugar & Health - Part 1

Sugar & Health - Part 1

Sugar & Health The current society are aware of the importance of being healthy and eating healthy. However, knowing and doing it could be something that is very different, or we shall say, it is very challenging. The busy life that most people are now facing, with daily work tasks, with the traffic jams that occurred daily, health could be the one that being neglected the most. For most people, reality and dreams sound really far apart. Do you know that Malaysians are the 8th largest sugar consumers in the world? The data showed that Malaysians consumed 26 teaspoons (one teaspoon is equivalent to 5gm) per day on average. Back to 1970s, Malaysians consumed about 17 teaspoons of sugar a day instead. It indicates that the figure increased around 50% over decades, so do you think that we are having healthy diets? As stated in the World Health Organization journals,…

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19

May
Health Benefits of Water

Health Benefits of Water

The Health Benefits of Water Do you know that your body weight is approximately 60 percent water? Your body uses water in all its cells, organs, and tissues to help regulate its temperature and maintain other bodily functions. Fluid losses occur continuously, from skin evaporation, breathing, urine, and stool, and should be replaced daily to maintain good health. When your water intake does not equal your output, you can become dehydrated. Fluid losses are increased in warmer climates, during strenuous exercise, in high altitudes, and in older adults, whose sense of thirst may not be as sharp. Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of drinking water: 1. Drinking Water Helps Maintain the Balance of Body Fluids. Your body is composed of about 60% water. The functions of these bodily fluids include digestion, absorption, circulation, creation of saliva, transportation of nutrients, and maintenance of body temperature. 2. Increases…

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19

May
Sweet Poison

Sweet Poison

Sweet Poison Are you craving a sweet snack? Great!! Grab those sweet crunchy red apples, sweet delicious bartlett pears or those gloriously sweet and tangy mouth- watering pineapples. Alternatively, maybe you would rather go for some comforting sweet snacks or deserts like chocolate brownies, sprinkled doughnuts and cookies and cream ice cream. Whichever you chose, the first or second option, sugar is sugar in all sorts of names, shapes and sizes, whether found naturally or chemically processed. Our Modern-day food habits are filled with sugars and sweets. Keeping fast food and carbonated drinks aside, there are scores of everyday foods that have, what we would call hidden sugars in them. These foods are not sweet to taste, therefore go unnoticed as sugar contributors. Let’s take a look at sugar; the good, the bad, and the ugly…. Sugar is a carbohydrate, which is the most important source of energy. It is…

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2

May
Why See a Naturopath?

Why See a Naturopath?

Why See a Naturopath? I am a naturopath practicing in an integrative wellness setup. Everyday, I often see people coming into the clinic, having Dr. Googled, knowing “what” they need to know, but not knowing where to start. You see, it’s not always what you know, it’s about HOW you do it! For example, if you know that you want to eat fresh, organic food, but it becomes difficult if you are uncertain of what is good for your current health conditions. There are always 101 foods in your list. Therefore, having someone on the outside tell you “these are the most important things to start with” and holding you accountable, is the shift that you have needed to help get you back to track. Naturopath Empowered Health People see a Naturopath for different reasons and there is no right or wrong reason to see a naturopath. These are the…

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5

Dec
Do You Really Need To Detox?

Do You Really Need To Detox?

  Do You Really Need To Detox? 2016 is coming to an end. Now that we are approaching the end of the year, just reflect back, what was your resolution(s) again? Anything to do with weight loss? How about healthier body and fitness approach? After a whole year of hectic work schedule, social events such as weddings, birthdays, farewells and other parties, and all the other dramas going around, that you do not realise what you are putting into your body or what you are NOT putting into your body. So, here is the real question to ask yourself, “Do I really need a detox?” The answer is, everyone needs a detox. Detox or detoxification is a process where we push out toxins from our body. This can be done through various method. Sometimes, you may need to see a physician or a Naturopath before you start out certain detox…

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15

Nov
The Painless Year-End Detox Diet

The Painless Year-End Detox Diet

The Painless Year-End Detox Diet Stepping in November and having 2016 to fly by, I hope everyone have been checking their “New Year resolutions” well. If you haven’t had the time for yourself to show the love your body needs, please take a break to let me help you understand what, why and how can a detox diet help our body. Before we get started, I would like to note that losing weight is not the main purpose of a detox diet but it may possibly help one to have a good kick-start on eating healthier and choosing more quality foods. Detox diets can either last for a day, a week, or sometimes up to a month if one wishes and/or taken approval from their physicians if they are uncertain about their current health status. Under medical definition the term detox or detoxification is known to be a treatment to…

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25

Oct
Anger Management

Anger Management

Anger Management Anger According to the American Psychological Association, anger is an emotion characterized by antagonism toward someone or something that you feel has done you wrong. Benefits of Anger: It gives you an opportunity to express your negative feelings or motivate you to find solutions to the problems you face. Consequences of Anger: Excessive and inappropriate anger expression can cause problems to physical and mental well-being. For example, anger increases blood pressure and other associated physical changes. It also prevents you from thinking straight and make poor judgements. What makes you go on your nerves?? Grief (losing a loved one), rudeness, tiredness, hunger, pain, withdrawal from drugs or medication, physical conditions (e.g., PMS), physical illness, mental illness, alcohol abuse, drug abuse, injustice, being teased or bullied, humiliation, embarrassment, deadlines, traffic jams, disappointment, sloppy service, failure, infidelity, burglary, financial problems. But not everyone gets as angry as I do? In…

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30

Sep
Love Your Liver

Love Your Liver

Love your Liver The Liver Has So Many Functions The brain thinks. The heart beats. The stomach digests. But there’s no single verb to describe what the liver does. This is because the liver has so many different jobs to perform. It is important to know that 2 basic functions of the liver. First, virtually everything that enters the digestive tract – foods, drinks, medicine and everything that is breathed in the air and absorbed through the skin must pass through the liver to be purified and detoxified. Second, the liver ensures that the other organs in the body are supplied with sufficient amounts of the various fuels, such as carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins. Other than that, more than 500 vital functions have been identified with the liver. Some of the more well-known functions include the following: • Conversion of excess glucose into glycogen for storage. • Produce cholesterol and…

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19

Sep
Empower Your Immunity with Love Injection

Empower Your Immunity with Love Injection

Empower Your Immunity with Love Injection We are love. We tend to project love towards outside by thinking we are receiving love from outside then only we are loved! Well, Knock knock, we are love which is projecting or attracting that we have for self with others and environment. Over the years with my personal experiences on health and well being, I have come to an understanding that Love is the Injection for creating awesome immunity. The strength within develops as we learn to love ourselves unconditional. There is saying that medical treatment in any form works only 20percent but the rest of 80percent depends on the individual. What is the 80 percent? Willpower, strength, determination, non-giving up attitude, broadminded and being very flexible within is recommended for self love immunity. The inner projection of being who and what we are to self. That is by loving the self fully,…

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11

Aug
Vitamins and Supplement - Do You Need Them All?

Vitamins and Supplement - Do You Need Them All?

Vitamins and Supplement - Do You Need Them All? In my opinion, supplements cannot substitute for a healthy diet. When the diet is inadequate, one should starts to improve food choices and eating habits first. Ideally, all of us should get all the nutrients we need for optimal health from fresh, healthy nutrient-dense foods. However in reality, this is often difficult. Modern farming practices have resulted in soils that are lacking in nutrients. Furthermore, harvesting, transporting, extensive processing, improper storage and cooking methods, causing many of the foods that reach our tables cannot meet our nutritional needs. More often than not, due to hectic and stressful lifestyle, food choices are always limited. For many people, they self prescribe supplements on the advice of friends, advertisements, and websites or books that may or may not reliable. Sometimes, they take supplements on the recommendation of a physician. When such advice follows a…

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25

Jul
How to Eat to Prevent Cancer

How to Eat to Prevent Cancer

  How to Eat to Prevent Cancer Cancer Overview It is estimated that one in four Malaysians (1:4) will develop cancer by 75 years old. According to estimates, there are about 90-100,000 people in Malaysia living with cancer at any one time. The National Cancer Registry of Malaysia (NCR) records 21,773 Malaysians being diagnosed with cancer but estimates that almost 10,000 cases are unregistered every year. The top 5 cancers affecting both male and female in Malaysia are: 1. Breast 2.Colorectal (bowel) 3. Lung 4. Cervical 5. Nasopharyngeal Prevention should obviously take precedence over treatment. The occurrence of disease is generally thought to involve two compounding factors, genetic susceptibility and environmental exposure to carcinogens. Research studies following 90,000 twins in Scandinavia suggest that environmental factors contribute more than half of the risk to the 11 most common cancers. Naturopathic support can help to reduce most lifestyle-based risk factors and even…

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30

Jun
EEG Biofeedback and Neuro-hypnotherapy as Integrative Treatment for Tics and Tourette Syndrome

EEG Biofeedback and Neuro-hypnotherapy as Integrative Treatment for Tics and Tourette Syndrome

EEG Biofeedback and Neuro-hypnotherapy as Integrative Treatment for Tics and Tourette Syndrome INTRODUCTION Human brain can be trained at any age and new neurons are produced throughout our life. The term of neuroplasticity are well accepted nowadays. EEG biofeedback or neurofeedback is based on the concept of neuroplasticity that trained the brain likes a muscle. It is safe, non-invasive and no known side effects. It is basically based on the operant conditioning concept which utilizing the reinforcement concept to change the brain. When comes to neurological or mental disorder, pharmaceutical intervention is usually recommended to deal with the brain by improving neurochemical or brain structure components. Interestingly, the electrical component which is brainwaves has been neglected most of the time. Even a person with perfect neurochemical and brain structure but without any noticeable brainwaves, they can be certified as brain death by a qualified neurologist or physician. Thus, brainwaves intervention…

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21

Jun
Brain Facts

Brain Facts

Brain Facts Did you know? The human brain is a 3 pounds (1.5 kg) organ that yields powerful functions in human functioning. The human brain is in charge of integrating various information from our sensory input (sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch) and making decisions or planning from the input. Different parts of the brain are responsible for different functions. The 3 main parts are:  Cerebrum Fills up most of the skull, it is involved in memory, problem solving, cognitive functioning, and emotions. Different cortex of the cerebrum is also responsible for different functions. For example:  Cerebellum Sitting at the back of the head, under the cerebrum, is responsible for body coordination and balance.  Brain Stem Located beneath the cerebrum in front of the cerebellum, connects the brain to spinal cord and controls autonomic functions such as breathing, digestion, heart rate and blood pressure. Neurons are however, the real work that keeps your…

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31

May
The Dalai Lama and neurofeedback: spirituality and practicality meet in Dharamsala, India

The Dalai Lama and neurofeedback: spirituality and practicality meet in Dharamsala, India

Published On: Mon, Oct 5th, 2015 Featured | By Mountain Messenger The Dalai Lama and neurofeedback: spirituality and practicality meet in Dharamsala, India The Dalai Lama and neurofeedback: spirituality and practicality meet in Dharamsala, India By Peggy Mackenzie Hanno Kirk and his wife, Jo Weisbrod, two well-known local residents, were given a very serendipitous opportunity to meet the Dalai Lama last month. They returned only two weeks ago and appear to still be floating from the experience. The absolute highlight of their trip was a private interview with His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. Kirk is a licensed psychotherapist currently in private practice in Lewisburg, specializing in children and adolescents with behavioral and autistic spectrum disorders, as well as persons with trauma issues, including veterans with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Weisbrod, a licensed professional counselor and hypnotherapist, also in private practice, specializes in creative arts…

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24

May
Body Odor

Body Odor

BODY ODOR There can be nothing more embarrassing than seeing people holding their noses and getting away when you enter because of your body odor. Stinking after a hard day’s physical labor is understandable, but having a body odor that doesn’t leave is a medical condition that needs help. Body odor is mainly a result of excessive sweating. The skin covered with sweat serves as a favourable place for the bacteria to flourish. When these bacteria unite with sweat, the decomposition of the chemical in sweat begins and it starts to emit a stinky odor. Body odor may arise from the whole body but the main sites that mainly let out bad odor are axilla (armpits) and feet. When a person engages in a lot of physical exertion or is under the influence of stressful conditions, the sweat increases and the body starts to smell. A diet with a high…

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18

May
Autism Spectrum Disorder and Modality of Treatments

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Modality of Treatments

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Modality of Treatments For the past few decades, the healthcare sector and the public has given increasing amount of attention to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). ASD is a lifelong neurodevelopmental disorder that affects individuals differently. According to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (2016), the prevalence rate of ASD has increased significantly since 2000 (1 in 150) to 1 in 68 in over a 12-year period. ASD is reported to be more prevalent among boys than in girls, with a 4.5 times more commonly seen in boys than girls. While much research and studies have been done in ASD, there is still no known cause to this disorder. Yet, it is suggested that genetic predisposition and environment may play a role in the development of ASD. Through twin studies and sibling studies, it is suggested that certain genes in a child inherited from their…

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14

Apr
You Are What You Eat?

You Are What You Eat?

You Are What You Eat? Do you know, both the cause of digestive disorders and their cure lie in the foods you eat? Does “you are what you eat” ring a bell? Everyone would have at least one digestive complaint at any one time, such as constipation or diarrhoea, heartburn, indigestion, abdominal pain and bloating. These are so common that we often take them for granted but it is usually treatable with lifestyle measures. Making changes in lifestyle can help or prevent these problems, rather than pharmacy remedies that only mask the problem for a while. These problem can sometimes persist and becoming a dangerous illness, although sometimes it is harmless and often settle down on its own. Word of advice, do not underestimate how serious a condition is and please consult a physician if it persist for more than two weeks, especially without improvement after taking a pharmacy remedy.…

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7

Apr
A NATURAL GUIDE TO RECOVERY FOR SOME COMMON AILMENTS

A NATURAL GUIDE TO RECOVERY FOR SOME COMMON AILMENTS

A NATURAL GUIDE TO RECOVERY FOR SOME COMMON AILMENTS 1. Cold / Flu Garlic and onions are great foods as they are anti-bacterial and have antiseptic properties, A traditional remedy for colds and flu is a soup made with 6 onions, a whole garlic, 1inc( 2.5cm) of grated fresh ginger, and some cayenne pepper mixed in a vegetable or chicken stock. You could also add lemongrass. For children it is probable preferable to leave out the cayenne pepper. Drink plenty of lemon and ginger herbal tea or make your own by finely chopping a 2.5cm piece of fresh ginger, stand it in boiling water for 15 minutes with a squeeze of lemon juice and freshly chopped spring onions, strain and sip. 2. Fever When fever, water and juice diet for a number of days are highly recommended. Drinking a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice after every 3 hours is…

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