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Finger Tapping Your Way to Weight Loss?

Have you heard of tapping? There are many ways to do it, but Prevention Magazine says that, “The secret to weight loss might truly be at your fingertips: Tapping your forehead with your finger for 30 seconds could cut food cravings, suggests recent research presented at the Obesity Society Annual Meeting.”

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Meditation: The Coherent State

Luckily we don’t have to take steroids in order to improve our brain functioning. Regular meditation is all the juice we need.

When water boils, the water molecules move helter-skelter, quite rapidly. But when water freezes, the molecules arrange themselves into that near-perfect, matrix-like crystalline structure we call ice. De-excitation – in this case induced through the cooling process – gives rise to greater orderliness.

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New to Essential Oils? Just How Do Essential Oils Work?

If you are new to essential oils, helping to understand the simple science behind just how essential oils work can help alleviate some of the guesswork behind one of the most popular “alternative” medicine and lifestyle practices. Below is a quick overview of how essential oils are absorbed into the body, how it effects the chemical receptors of the brain and body and ways to use essential oils.

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Why Bi-Lingual is the Modern Power Brain

I have always been a huge fan of languages; not because Chinese is my first language and my middle schools and high schools offered a few other popular foreign languages with Latin roots, but because I had a small obsession with connecting with people from all over the world who would come to vacation in Florida (where my parents submerged the family in the hospitality industry). I didn’t realize it then, and not even when one of my best friends was learning Arabic in college, and I taught myself how to read what looked like worms on the page. Science has always been a huge supporter of languages for the human intellect and multi-language households are not only trending strongly throughout the U.S., it is looking that way in most of the world.

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The “E”mazing Vitamin E: Roles, Benefits and Sources

According to the National Institutes of Health, Vitamin E is a “fat soluble vitamin that acts as an antioxidant.” Vitamin E has many beneficial roles, but its main six are to protect the brain, blood, skeletal, muscular, skin and bodily organs from the harmful effects of free radicals which are known for causing a variety of health concerns. The term vitamin E encompasses a group of eight compounds, called tocopherols and tocotrienols, that comprise the vitamin complex as it is found in nature.

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