Eating Guide is written for you—someone who is about to get, or is now getting, cancer treatment. Your family, friends, and others close to you may also want to
read this book.
You can use this... More > book before, during, and after cancer treatment. It has guideline about common types of eating problems, along with ways to manage them.
This book covers:
- What you should know about cancer treatment, eating well, and eating problems
- How feelings can affect appetite
- Hints to manage eating problems
- How to eat well after cancer treatment ends
- Foods and drinks to help with certain eating problems
- Ways to learn more< Less
Spice Up Your Holiday Meal with Dressings and Sauces Dressing Up Your Food, Fresh salads are easy to put together for any occasion. Make sure your greens are dressed to impress! Top them with... More > delicious homemade creations.< Less
Beautiful Hair & Healthy Scalp Secrets & Remedies.
In order to achieve a permanent solution, remedies can effectively be used in conjunction with understanding the cause and taking few simple... More > steps necessary to treat the cause of the problem the scalp condition does not return)< Less
This is a presentation on “herbs,” we have included other natural, organic contents. Many of the combinations include both herbs and other sources such as tree bark, alfalfa and rhubarb.... More >
Ayurvedic loosely translates to “knowledge of life.” Dating back to more than 6,000 years ago, Ayurvedic Medicine practiced not just Herbal Medicine, but some of the earliest surgical procedures as well as inoculation.
With all our so-called advancements in the medical field, it's interesting that physicians are still treating “effect” rather than “cause.” The old adage that, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” could not be truer. This is especially true when it comes to natural remedies.
Most natural remedies are botanical. Singularly or in combination, the numbers of herbs available is astounding. We will barely scratch the surface in this guide and we encourage further research and study.< Less
These massage techniques are meant to be used for relaxation, stress relief, and wellness for
health. If your partner has any health problems, a physician should be consulted to provide a release... More > for her to receive massage. The techniques are not meant to be treatments but rather to enhance the general well-being of the people you care about. If you find there are parts
of one form you and your partner enjoy, there is absolutely no reason why you can't integrate those parts with another massage modality.
MASSAGE uses soothing, tapping and kneading strokes to work the entire body, relieving muscle tension and loosening sore joints. Swedish massage therapists use five basic strokes, which anyone can learn and use on themselves and others. They are effleurage (stroking); petrissage (muscles are lightly grabbed and lifted); friction (thumbs and fingertips work in deep circles into the thickest part of muscles); tapotement (chopping, beating, and tapping strokes); and vibration.< Less
The pencil can be used for a variety of purposes and, as with any material you use, you must be fully aware of its potentials and its limitations - different pencils and types are designed for... More > particular uses. In the ensuing chapter some of these practices will be revealed with particular relevance to the appropriate pencil or graphite material.
When you have looked at them, take each of the pencils in turn and see what marks you can make.Apart from being very stimulating and away of opening your mind to new possibilities with your drawing, you will find it increases your ‘feel’ for the pencil itself. As artists, what we feel through them at aerials we use has an affect on what we produce, and familiarity with those materials is vital to a good outcome.< Less
Why Use Herbal Remedies
When confronted by ill health, human beings have always sought medicines from the natural world, in particular from plants. Today, we have the opportunity to combine... More > traditional knowledge of herbal medicine with the clarity that scientific research can provide.
Back to Nature
strange as it may seem to us today, one reason why herbal medicines fell out of favor among doctors and scientists in the 19th and 20th centuries was because they were natural! While conventional medicines, such as aspirin, are mostly made up of single chemical compounds, herbal medicines may contain many hundreds of different constituents. as a consequence, it can be a daunting task for researchers to discover how an herb works and to identify the constituents responsible. No wonder it has been found much more straightforward to focus attention on single chemicals, which, if necessary, can be extracted and purified from medicinal plants.< Less