Cardiovascular Disease part 3 – Avoiding Heart Failure

This is one of the most diagnosed health issues in both men and women over the age of 45; but the problem starts way before this age – in the routines of our lifestyle. In our first two blogs in this series, we talked about how the mind and emotions (part 1) played an important
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Cardiovascular Disease part 2 – Disease of the Arteries

Arterial disease, atherosclerosis In our last blog we looked at why matters of the Heart and Mind can affect lifestyle issues that can play a big role in cardiovascular (CV) issues. Here we are going to look more at what happens in the tubes. Arterial disease accounts for the vast majority of patients that suffer
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Tongue-to-Bum Part 1 – You are Not Only What You Eat

I have been asked by several people to go into a more in depth look at the parts of the digestive tract. So I have decided to do a series on an adventurous journey from your Tongue-to-Bum to help you understand the basics of digestion. Before I embark on this exciting journey, I must start
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The Changing Brain: Part 2

  In the last blog, we started looking at some of the ideas that were brought up in Deepak Chopra’s book Super Brain (written by Deepak Chopra M.D. and Rudy Tanzi Ph.D; ). What was immediately apparent was that many of the old ideas of nerves and the brain, that most of people from my
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The Changing Brain

I have been reading Deepak Chopra’s book Super Brain lately (written by Deepak Chopra M.D. and Rudy Tanzi Ph.D; http://www.amazon.com/Super-Brain). It has some great information, as I have come to expect from Deepak. Of course this topic goes way beyond the brain, moving from medicine, anatomy, quantum physics to the esoteric side of spirituality –
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Can the Body Control the Mind?

This is an interesting question, which is not all that straight forward to answer. Most people in the modern world feel the body’s metabolism reflects your state of mind. A current study suggests this is not always true.  Our biological clocks actually opens and closes specific communication channel in our brains.