Monday, March 28, 2011

20 Earth Tips (Source: 24H)

1. Eat local
2. Plant a garden
3. Eat less meat
4. Leave the car at home
5. Fly less
6. Work from home
7. Unplug unused appliances
8. Recycle, reduce and reuse
9. Stop drinking bottle water
10. Don't waste what you've got
11. Bring your own bag
12. Hang dry your clothes
13. Buy local
14. Energy efficient
15. Be Energy efficient
16. Use green power
17. Go LED
18. Get a home energy audit
19. Turn down the thermostat
20. Monitor

Freeze Those Sneezes

How to Relieve Allergies Naturally:
1. Stay hydrated - drink plenty of room temperature or warmer water
2. Drink tea - histamines gives the immune system a boost
3. Reduce exposure - dusting and vacuuming regularly
4. Eat foods that help boost immune system - foods rich in Omega-3 essential fatty acids
5. Consider traditional Chinese medicine - acupuncture and herbs
6. Avoid foods that irritate the immune system - avoid foods that produce mucus and dampness ie dairy, cold and raw foods

Friday, August 27, 2010

Camel Milk: A Hump Of Health

Containing 10 times more iron and being 3 times as rich in vitamin C and cow's milk, camel milk is becoming increasing popular alternative just as much in the western world as in the middle east. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations the antibodies and high mineral and vitamin content in the milk may help ward off diseases including cancer, HIV, Alzheimer, hepatitis C and diabetes.

Daily Affirmation

Sometimes we encounter burdens that test our limits, but they are always removed and life moves on.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Daily Affirmation

When we fail to accept our mistakes we are more likely to repeat them.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Eat Less Red Meat

A large study conducted at Harvard has found that eating chicken or turkey instead of beef or lamb can cut women's heart disease risk. Researchers say this probably works for men too. Red meat contains baddies like heme iron and saturated fat, whereas these better sources of protein (ie poultry, nuts, fish and low-fat dairy) contain goodies such as fatty acids and polyunsaturated fats, which may protect against heart disease.
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