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“I NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT”

All About Healthy Choices

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JUST A LITTLE SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT AND CONSIDER

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QUESTION:

When was the last time you ate a meal that included one or more of the following: GLYPHOSATE, GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS, BUTYLATED HYDROXYANISOLE, BUTYLATED HYDROXYTOLUENE, BLUE/GREEN/RED OR YELLOW DYE, SODIUM BENZOATE, SODIUM NITRATES/NITRITES, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP OR TRANS FATS?

ANSWER:

Most likely TODAY,YESTERDAY, the DAY BEFORE THAT and the DAY BEFORE THAT!

HOW DOES THIS AFFECT YOUR LIFE?

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These are the “THINGS” in most of the foods we eat that add flavor, color and texture and preserve them from spoiling. They also happen to be the residues of pesticides and chemical compounds determined to CAUSECANCER and other DISEASES.

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IF PEOPLE KNOW AND UNDERSTAND THESE DANGERS, WHY DO THEY CONTINUE TO REGULARLY EAT THESE FOODS?

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The vast majority of people believe:

  1. these foods and substances are NOT DANGEROUS

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“Scrape that Dirty tongue!”, or, Why a morning Jivha-Nirlekhan is so important

Dr. Herbz

The Ayurvedic daily routine (Dinacharyaa) highly recommends that you scrape your tongue after brushing the teeth every morning. It is called as Jivha-Nirlekhan in Sanskrit language. So what is this Jivha Nirlekhan thing, and why is it so important? Let us see.
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Tongue-scraping gives 4 major health benefits –
1. Rids the plaques accumulated on the tongue.
2. Helps in better sense of taste.
3. Helps improve digestion (“Really? How?” Read on.)
4. Helps eliminate bad breath in some.

Why tongue-scraping is necessary?
If you have already read our previous article about drinking water in the morning, you would remember the name ‘Aam‘. This is a generic term for the improperly digested metabolites that clog up your systems, leading to a wide range of diseases from acne to diabetes, depending on their location, distribution and chemical composition. So, the plaques that accumulate on your tongue through…

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The Other Top-Ten Misconceptions about Ayurveda Busted

A good article about Ayurveda myths.

Dr. Herbz

Our first article busting common misconceptions about Ayurveda got a great reception from around the World. So, today we again board the Myth-Buster Train with Dr. Harshad R., and present – “The Other Top-Ten Misconceptions about Ayurveda Busted” !
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Myth 1. Ayurveda endorses vegetarianism as a better lifestyle.
Prevalence:
Globally.
TRUTH: Ayurveda neither endorses nor refutes both vegetarianism or non-vegetarianism as a better lifestyle. Since every individual is unique in the view of Ayurveda, it solely depends on that individual’s Dosha-Prakriti (constitution) and environment, as to which lifestyle is better for them.

Probably, this myth roots from the fact that Ayurveda describes meat as harder to digest than vegetarian foods, and recommends avoiding it whenever the patient’s digestive capacity (Jathar Agni) is weakened, which is incidentally the case in most illnesses.

Myth 2. It is pronounced “Aa-yur-ve-daah”, and “Do-shaa”.
Prevalence:
in Western countries.
TRUTH: No matter who you…

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