Qualities and Theorems of Yin

The Taijitu, or yin/yang symbol, represents the opposing energies of yin and yang flowing around each other, with the seed of one existing always in the other. This symbol represents the balance and interconnec... Read More...
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Meal Replacement Shakes for Women

Keeping your body fueled with high quality nutrition isn’t always easy, even if you know it’s the best thing for you. For those with the desire to lose weight, with hectic schedules, suffering low appetite due ... Read More...

Are You Getting Enough Vitamin E?

If you’re anything like me, there is no aisle more overwhelming than the supplement aisle at the grocery store. Each bottle looks the same to me, with each label as baffling as squares on a periodic table, and I find myself wondering, “How do I know which ... Read More...

Acupuncture: a History

Acupuncture is an ancient art of healing, now practiced as one of the three main pillars of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). But, contrary to many Westerners’ understanding, acupuncture wasn’t always accepte... Read More...

Gut Health: the Microbiome

Recent studies on the types and number of beneficial microbes that inhabit each of our guts have proven fascinating. It turns out that the collection of trillions of tiny beneficial bacteria, viruses, and other... Read More...
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Own a Pet, Improve Your Health: Here’s Why

Twenty-nine years ago, in 1988, the first survey was conducted to determine how many U.S. households owned a pet and the answer was 56%. Now, according to the American Pet Products Association, that percentage has risen to 68% in 2017. That’s 84.6 million U.S.... Read More...

7 Yoga Poses

Why do you do yoga? As Marlynn Wei, M.D., J.D., notes in her article for Psychology Today, yoga actually changes the gray matter. Yes, your brain goes through structural changes the longer you practice yoga,... Read More...