Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Very important, indeed. Breakfast helps us to kick off our day the right way as the start of the day is the only time that eight, and perhaps ten or more, hours have gone by between meals. One reason why some of us mindlessly nibble, munch and eat all day could be that they don’t start the day off right by eating a nutritious breakfast.
Even if you don’t eat more after skipping breakfast, the calories you eat later in a day are more likely to be stockpiled as body fat. Continue reading
Experiences from Qigong practitioners have shown that Qigong healing positively affects a wide range of health problems from pains, ulcers, infections and allergies to cancer, diabetes and heart disease. These stunning healing results are dramatic, especially for people who were informed by their doctors that there is no hope of curing their health condition. Continue reading
The word ‘Qigong’ is made up of the two words ‘Qi’ (meaning breath or gas in Mandarin) and ‘Gong’ (meaning technique or work). Thus Qigong basically means ‘breath work’. Qigong, therefore, is a technique of traditional Chinese medicine involving the regulation and coordination of breathing patterns to ensure good health. Continue reading
According to modern medical research between 70 and 85% of all illness leading people to doctors is caused by stress (Kaiser Permenente twenty year study). The United States annual health care costs exceed one-trillion dollars each year. This means that effective stress management techniques, Continue reading