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Fall is here! Time to join our de-cluttering challenge.

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In Chinese medicine autumn is ruled by the “metal” element. This element is responsible for our ability to let go and for our perceived notions of self-worth. It governs the organs: lungs, large intestine and the skin. The color of this element is white. “Metal” awakens our courage and our intrinsic ability to adapt as Continue Reading »

Mood Mender

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7 ways you can mend your mood in 7 minutes or less: Stop whatever you are doing. Close your eyes. Imagine the most beautiful person, place or thing. Try to breathe in that image deep into your lungs, and, as you exhale, feel your body sinking into the chair. Get up from your seat. With Continue Reading »

Beat the Afternoon Slump

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Do you feel sleepy at work? Tips to increase concentration & productivity. ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK: Your goal: Beat fatigue, reduce tension headaches, and improve vision Your move: A gentle workout for the eye muscles Imagine your peepers are like the hands of a clock. When you read (something many people do all day long Continue Reading »

Food For Thought

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How do I know what is a healthy food choice? Guidelines to eating well and feeling great! Keep a food diary. This is the greatest tool for keeping track of what foods energize you and what foods are not beneficial. Eat warm, cooked foods. Avoid uncooked fruits and vegetables. Remember everything you put into your Continue Reading »

Training For That Big Race?

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Nutritional tips to help heal tired muscles, prevent injury, and keep your energy levels up. You strive to enhance physical performance with diet but how do you know what to eat? According to the principles of Chinese Medicine it is recommended: Eat warm cooked foods to nourish tendons and blood. Avoid cold uncooked vegetables like Continue Reading »