Your Throat Chakra is the center of communication. When it is balanced, you can express yourself freely and are not afraid to share your inner truths with others. You explicitly convey your opinions and feelings.
American Heart Association recommends that women consume less than 100 calories of added sugar per day (about 6 teaspoons) and men consume less than 150 per day (about 9 teaspoons). All the excess sugar is metabolized into body fat, and may contribute to numerous chronic diseases.
The Anahata (Heart) Chakra is associated with unconditional love, joy, and compassion. When unbalanced, you feel unworthy, you do not trust yourself and are co-dependent on others.
A study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology has concluded that there are many significant associations between increasing levels of optimism and decreasing risks of death from cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease, and infections.
The mystical Third eye – is the organ of inner perception, it is like a movie with an internal screen where fantasy, memory, archetypes and intuition weave together with imagination.
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You can always find a bottle of curcumin in each and every Asian kitchen. But, its uses have never been limited to flavoring or adding a bright yellow color to food.
Water is one of the most vital factors to good health, even more important than food.
Scientific research has shown that medium-chain fatty acids in coconut oil are capable of fighting disease causing bacteria, viruses and microbes. They can also give your metabolism a boost and help achieve your perfect weight.
For thousands of years, Buddhism and Hinduism have provided us with the knowledge of energy points referred to as chakras. When properly balanced by meditation, exercise, and nutrition, they bring vitality to our bodies and stability to our mind.