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Acupressure with essential oils for thyroid disease

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Every day, more people are turning to a holistic approach to life. For those of you embarking on a quest to learn more, may try acupressure and pure essential oils and to incorporate them in your everyday life to improve your thyroid health. Performing pressure point stimulation with essential oils, add an extra bonus in healing thyroid condition and speeding up recovery. By learning how to stimulate your own pressure points, you can relieve minor or moderate symptoms, and reduce the need for nonprescription drugs. Unlike most drugs, relief is usually immediate.
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Plum blossoms signal spring – and sneezing season

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Spring allergies affect an estimated 25 million people. Airborne pollen is the most common cause of seasonal allergies, also known as hay fever or allergic rhinitis. Allergies are your body’s reaction to allergens (particles your body considers foreign), a sign that your immune system is working overtime.

What can you get when you cross a cantaloupe with a ragweed plant, or an apple with a birch tree? An itchy mouth.

For many people with hay fever (seasonal allergies), eating cantaloupe can cause itching or hives in their mouths. Eating uncooked apples may do the same to people with birch pollen allergy.
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A Candida Diet Plan to solve all of your Candida Symptoms

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What is Candidiasis and who gets it? Why should I worry about it?

Candidiasis is an infection caused by a group of yeasts. There are more than 20 species of Candida, the most common being Candida albicans [1].

Examples of such infections are vaginal yeast infections (thrush), oral thrush, skin and nappy rash, and nail bed infections. These are the most common and well known forms of yeast infections.

But some people with weakened immune systems develop a systemic illness caused by Candida [...]

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Fibrous Foods that are Good for Your Gut and Mood

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Most disease originates in your digestive system. This includes both physical and mental disease.

Your gut serves as your second brain…
…and even produces more serotonin – known to have a beneficial influence on your mood – than your brain does. It’s quite possible that this might be one reason why antidepressants, which raise serotonin levels in your brain, are often ineffective in treating depression, whereas proper dietary changes often help.

A big part of our emotions are probably influenced by the nerves in our gut [...]

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10 gut healing foods

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When I talk about the “gut”, I am really referring to the entire digestive tract. Along the path through the stomach and small and large intestines, anything you ingest can either nourish or degrade the digestive organs.

When your gut is unhealthy, it can cause more than just stomach pain, gas, bloating or diarrhoea.

Because 60-80% of our immune system is located in our gut. Gut imbalances have been linked to hormonal imbalances (ie, Thyroid disease), autoimmune diseases, diabetes, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression, eczema, rosacea and other chronic health problems.

I believe that the gut is the gateway to health and the first step I take with all of my clients, regardless of their diagnosis, is to heal the gut.

I use a Detoxification Protocol (remove the bad, replace with good) combined with personalised sessions (repair by providing the nutrients necessary to help the gut repair itself), which is a simple approach to repairing your gut and restoring your body’s balance.

So what are gut healing foods?  Continue reading [...]

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Diet to increase energy

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Food should give us energy, right? But why do we sometimes feel great and full of energy after a good feed, whilst some days just drag on after eating a lovely meal?

With each meal and snack, you have an opportunity to give your body adequate and even extra nutrition. But many meals fall short of this goal. We should all follow a diet to increase energy.

What is draining our energy? [...] for part 1 and [...] for part 2

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