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Eating for Balance: Ayurvedic Tips for Good Digestion

2004-03-18 13:30

In ayurveda, diet and digestion are accorded equal importance in maintaining good health. Just as choosing improper foods for your constitution can lead to imbalances, following improper routines and habits can wreak havoc on your digestion, turning even carefully chosen and prepared foods into ama or toxins in your system rather than ojas, the biochemical essence that supports all aspects of life, health, bliss and longevity.\n

In ayurveda, diet and digestion are accorded equal importance in maintaining good health. Just as choosing improper foods for your constitution can lead to imbalances, following improper routines and habits can wreak havoc on your digestion, turning even carefully chosen and prepared foods into ama or toxins in your system rather than ojas, the biochemical essence that supports all aspects of life, health, bliss and longevity.\n

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Shreelata Suresh
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Know How Your Produce Was Grown

2004-03-16 13:00

Want to know if your fruit of vegetables that you eat are genetically altered? You know those little stick-on labels you have to peel off your fruits and vegetables before you eat them? Well, they can tell you HOW that piece of fruit or vegetable was grown.

Want to know if your fruit of vegetables that you eat are genetically altered? You know those little stick-on labels you have to peel off your fruits and vegetables before you eat them? Well, they can tell you HOW that piece of fruit or vegetable was grown.

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Lena Sanchez
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Why DO the Japanese have the longest lifespan?

2004-03-12 20:36

A recent statistic in the World Bank Group states that the Japanese have the longest lifespan in the world. Japanese men live be 78 years old on average while the average lifespan of a Japanese woman is 85. How do the Japanese do it? \n

A recent statistic in the World Bank Group states that the Japanese have the longest lifespan in the world. Japanese men live be 78 years old on average while the average lifespan of a Japanese woman is 85. How do the Japanese do it? \n

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