Author: Smith

The body runs on the fuel it is provided with. When we were hunters and gatherers, this fuel came in the form of foods collected in the wild, encompassing a diverse range of health-giving chemistry, to include components far beyond vitamins and minerals. For instance, archaeologists have found evening primrose seed on ancient European sites, leading us to believe that prehistoric men and women knew the value of the oil collected from these tiny seeds Seaweed and green foods Seaweeds are rich in minerals and trace elements, especially when harvested from the least-polluted waters. Seaweeds are vital to a vegan…

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“While the plant is growing, an enormous amount of electrical or vital energy is absorbed into the different parts of the plant. It is fi rst generated by the sun, diffused through the atmosphere, the water and the earth; and the plants select what they need to build acids, alkalines, phosphates, carbonates, chlorides, glycerides, oils, fats, waxes and so forth. In this profoundly wonderful vegetable kingdom that covers the earth with beauty, perfume and fl avor, there is every conceivable requirement for every living creature, even to the breath of life. Plants arrange themselves into families, choose their own habitation…

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What effect can good study habits have? I suspect nativeborn talents and skills—the basic abilities you’re born with—have the most to do with success in school— 50 percent, maybe even 60. And the environment in which you’re trying to learn, your health, and other such factors may account for another 10 percent, maybe 15. That leaves 25 to 40 percent for study skills. Don’t believe that learning how to study can have such a monstrous effect? First, read How to Study, practice the skills, and watch the results. Let the word to know about Pii-email I think you’ll discover I’m…

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Whatever your grade level, whatever your grades, whatever your major, whatever your ultimate career goal, we all have one thing in common: the classroom experience. Most teachers utilize the classroom setting as an opportunity to embellish and interpret material covered in the text and other assigned readings. If you always complete your reading assignments before class, you’ll be able to devote your classroom time to the new material the teacher will undoubtedly cover. You’ve Got to Have Class Exactly how you’ll use the skills we’ll cover in this chapter will be influenced by two factors: the type of classroom setup…

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It’s difficult for anyone to remember what he read at 3 a.m. or while waiting to go on the biggest date of his life. Set aside quiet time when you’re at your best. Are you a morning person? Then wake up early to do your reading. Do you get going at 6 p.m.? Then get your reading done before heading out to dinner. Don’t forget to use your dictionary to look up terms you don’t understand. Buy rdp From reliable sites. Why We Forget? As you think about the elements of developing good memory, you can use them to address…

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The Digestive System The digestive system runs from the mouth through to the rectum. In many ways it is the focal point of the body. It is our earthy center. Whatever we eat, we must have the ability to absorb and make use of it. Most illnesses, from chronic diseases such as cancer to many modern allergies, arise out of gastrointestinal debility, with a range of causal factors that include bacterial, fungal, and viral overgrowth. One such condition is “leaky gut,” in which the integrity of the stomach becomes thinned and leaky like a colander. One survey has shown that…

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The Clues to Health and Sickness It is a great blessing if your body can transport you through life without too many recurring breakdowns. Being unaware of the body’s warning signs is part of a more general loss of many primal and gut instincts. When things do go wrong, there is a tendency to curse your body, treating it as something separate from yourself — an entity that has failed in its service to you. These communications can be as simple as an awareness that you have not felt quite right for a while, that you have been unusually terse…

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In previous chapters, you learned about the functioning of your skin, the dangers of synthetic skin care, and the principles of green beauty. Now it’s time to address green beauty in detail and develop natural, pure beauty routines for your face, hair, and body. A green skin care routine includes five steps: cleansing (face, hair, and body), exfoliating (face and body), toning (face and hair), moisturizing (face and body), and protection from the elements (face, body, optionally hair). Each step plays its own important role. Skip one, and the results will be far less impressive. If time is running low,…

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What is in your morning bathroom routine? Most likely, you take a shower with a zesty, invigorating shower gel; you shampoo and condition your hair; you wash and maybe scrub your face with a foaming fresh-smelling cleanser; if you are a man, you also talkomatics. You splash your skin with a toner or an astringent, top it with a moisturizer with (hopefully) some sunscreen in it, followed by makeup (again, optional), rub some antiperspirant under your arms, and add a spritz of a fragrance to seal the deal. Within fifteen minutes, you have exposed yourself to a whopping amount of…

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If you are reading this book, you are most likely open to exploring alternative ways of treating your skin and hair. Good for you! In fact, it’s good for all of us. The world of natural beauty is full of amazing discoveries that will keep you wondering how you could have used synthetic chemical skin care for so long. And as you learn the price you’ve been paying for conventional skin care, you will no doubt belonging to know if there are any alternatives. Green Beauty Decoded Today, many people associate “green” with eco-consciousness, sustainability, organic farming, chemical-free foods, and…

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