Weight management is more important than ever. Three-quarters of all Americans have weight problems. Much of this epidemic is due to popular diets in the US that guarantee weight loss and permanent solutions. These diets simply do not work but make the problem worse. Continue reading “Why Modern “Healthy” Diets will Come to the End”
You have overeaten, overworked, stressed out, oversexed, or plugged the body with stimulants: caffeine, alcohol, tobacco, drugs…
You know them. Strong men, vigorous men, robust men – men who never had a sick day in their lives. They drive. They drive themselves to the limit. They lash themselves over the limit with food, work, sex, and stimulants. They crack. Often, they crash. And they know that they are more likely to leave the world much earlier than their peers. Continue reading “How Men Crack and Shorten Their Life?”
Are you tired all the time? Do you feel like all the energy has been sucked out of your life?
When our bodies do not produce enough or the right kinds of energy, we suffer from fatigue and loss of vitality, even though we may not have an identifiable illness in Western medicine. This loss of vitality keeps us from being all we can be and should be. Creating and managing our body’s energy is essential to long-term health. When our body or part of the body is seriously depleted of its energy, disease strikes; when our body can no longer create energy, we die. Continue reading “How to Conquer Chronic Fatigue, Control Weight, and Heal Any Illnesses?”
Some people don’t know how to take care of their body. Their organs may malfunction or even completely stop functioning. Western doctors may recommend organ transplants. How can organ transplants affect the sick people, organ donors, and the society? The results are much worse than you think. Continue reading “Why Organ Transplant Is Much Worse Than You Think — The Bad, the Worse, and the Ugly”
Many people believe that wealth can buy health. But the following real-life stories suggest otherwise: Continue reading “Money Cannot Buy Your Health!”
My foodie group of friends regularly hosts parties, dinners, and gatherings revolving around good food and great company. We met each other when our kids were little and played together. Now most of us are empty nesters but still enjoy getting together often. For each party we have a different culinary theme, such as Italian, French, Mexican, Greek, and Chinese food. This month, it was Moroccan food and we did it differently than before. Instead of selecting our own favorite dish to cook and share, we drew for Moroccan recipes and cooked whatever each of us drew. I drew a recipe for a spicy rabbit dish.
I have neither cooked nor eaten rabbit before, although I heard that in some regions, especially Europe, rabbit is a common meat to consume. Continue reading “Do You Consider Food Energy Effects on Your Body When You Select Food?”
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