Alkaline breathing
May30

Alkaline breathing

Why learn to breath deeply? A good balance of the in-breath and out-breath helps keep pH levels balanced. Breathing in more increases acidity; breathing out more creates alkalinity, as it gets rid of carbonic acid through the carbon dioxide we breathe out. Most people take breaths that are too shallow and quick. This type of breathing tells your mind that more oxygen is needed throughout your body. Your mind now perceives this as a...

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The 7 Principles of Health – #1 Air
May25

The 7 Principles of Health – #1 Air

 There is more to air then nothing! 1. Electrify it…! When air moves, it’s alive. If it sits still too long, it dies. It’s the electrical force that air carries that allows you to breathe and stay alive. Science has proven that if air moves 5 meters, it becomes more electrified. To avoid many kinds of congestive lung and sinus problems, simply open up the doors and windows to your house for 10-20 minutes each day,...

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Breathe Easy Juice
Mar12

Breathe Easy Juice

Onions have long been used in the treatment of asthma because they contain compounds that relax bronchial muscles and prevent spasms. Ingredients: 5 x Celery stalks 3 x Kale leaves Handful of Parsley 1 clove Garlic 1/2 Lemon 1/2 Small Onion This all-green chlorophyll cocktail will have a powerful quieting effect on your respiratory system. Make sure you sit down and sip it slowly. Drink 125ml a day. Will last 3 days in fridge. source:...

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The health benefits of quality breathing
Feb15

The health benefits of quality breathing

70% of all Elimination happens through the lungs in the form of gases and tiny particles Deep breathing has a massaging effect on the internal organs Correct inspiration and expiration is essential to healthy digestion.  (Again the expansion of the lung cavity helps to massage internal organs including the intestines.) An abundant supply of fresh air provides your blood cells with the oxygen they need to function properly.  Healthy...

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