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What makes our planet so unique compared to other planets in the universe? What makes life on Earth possible? It is the WATER that covers approximately 70% of the surface of our planet. Roughly 70% of our bodies are made up of water. The human brain is 95% water, our blood is over 80% water. Water gives life; it nourishes plants, hydrates animals, helps us make electric power, provides a home for fish and other species, and is necessary for everyday things we take for granted – flushing the toilet, washing our hair or dishes, swimming, watering our gardens, cooking our food, etc. It is not just a transparent liquid, not just a group of H2O molecules, not just something we make our morning coffee with. Just like gas for cars, water is fuel for all living things. It is a life source; it creates streams, rivers, lakes, oceans, and rain that nourish the earth and everything on it. It can be found all around us in liquid, solid, and gaseous states. It creates snow in the winter for us to ski on, ice cubes for our drinks, and puddles for children to dance in.
Yoga. It seems like everyone is doing it these days, from professional athletes, to Hollywood celebrities and their fitness trainers, to stay-at-home moms and busy managers who need a moment to unwind after a stressful day. Originally, yoga came from India and before it spread worldwide, it had a deeply religious element to it. It has always been a mind-body practice that focused on mindfulness, physical well-being, and healing both body and mind, but the religious aspect was less and less prominent as teachers started to bring yoga to the masses. To many people, yoga is just stretching to ambient music or sitting in a painful looking twisted position while praying to some higher power. Before I tried it, I even thought I had to have some athletic and spiritual background in order to start attending yoga classes.
But just like meditation, yoga practice today is studied as a very powerful healing tool, and you do not have to believe in any higher spirit(s) or god(s) to embrace all the benefits of yoga. Everyone ...
We all know the saying "an apple a day keeps the doctor away," right? While the saying does not literally promise that a daily apple will forever keep you out of the doctor's office, we understand the hidden message behind it: real food is the way to go. Consuming food in the most natural form possible comes with great health benefits. Some people might argue that man made vinegar, sold in a glass bottle with a bright colored label couldn't be further away from the natural state of an apple, but we are living in a modern world where convenience sometimes has to come first, especially when we know the processed form comes with such significant benefits!
Apple cider vinegar is a wonderful tool; it serves as a multi-purpose elixir and a remedy that was known and used even back in the times of Hippocrates. Vinegar in general is not too far from real food actually. It is a product of fermentation, a process t ...
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