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Health and Vitality »

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According to this recent Reuter’s article , researchers in Brazil have found that young adults who were born via Cesarean section are more likely to become obese than those who were delivered vaginally. The study suggests that C-sections could possibly be fueling the obesity epidemic. Now any rational person would have read the above paragraph and thought “that’s crazy…it’s a wide-sweeping statement that over-generalizes and doesn’t factor in multiple variables!” Well, of course…the study is just one of many trials and research efforts that still have a long way to go in order to manage the global obesity problem…let alone blaming it all on C-sections. However, having said this, I thought I’d share with you the data from the study. The Brazilian researchers found that over 2,000 of the 23- to 25-year-olds subjects, 15 percent of them delivered via C-section were obese…compared to the 10 percent of subjects born naturally. Okay what difference does this 5 percent make? Well, the team looked at a number of other variables that could potentially explain the link between C-sections and obesity.

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Aromatherapy »

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Aromatherapy has been practiced for around for almost 3500 years and its application in daily lives is as old as our civilization itself. It is the exotic art, and science, of using oils extracted from aromatic plants and herbs to enhance health, emotional well being and beauty. Apart from the physical benefits, essential oils can have soothing effects on the mind and emotions.

The essential oils taken from plants and employed in Aromatherapy has been described as their “critical factors” – they are needed critically for the plants’ biological process, as well as being the substance …

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Wishing and Hoping…Image day-dreaming-250w.jpg

By Steve Chandler Are you taking action or merely daydreaming? People naively believe that wishing for things and hoping for things is a good use of their time. They think wishing and hoping is a good use of the human imagination. But these people are just wrong. The more I wish and hope for things, the more I reinforce the idea that I’ve got nothing to work with right now – that the reality of today is unworkable – not right – not good – not viable. This leaves me discouraged and low on the ladder – down where worry and fear drown out creativity and action. It’s victim thinking to wish and hope. Proactive owners don’t do that.

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Herbs For Health, Energy and Fatigue, Health and Vitality »

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* 1 part white Asian ginseng root
* 1 part red Asian ginseng root
* 1/2 part Chinese licorice root
* 1/2 part Chinese red jujube date

Steep 1 tablespoon in 1 cup of boiling hot water.

Home and Family »

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Low Carb Recipe

Ingredients:

2 1/2 cups pears, peeled, cored and cut into chunks
1/3 cup water
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1/4 cup honey
1/2 teaspoon + 1/2 tablespoon pepper
1 boneless pork loin, about 1 3/4 pounds
2 teaspoons tarragon
2/3 cup dry white wine

Instructions:

Set the oven temperature to 350 degrees and allow the oven to heat. Pour the wine into the bottom of a large baking pan. Place the pork loin into the pan. Sprinkle with the tarragon and the 1/2 teaspoon of pepper. Bake the pork loin 1 hour 45 minutes. The internal temperature should be …

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