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You may have heard about innumerable ways to protect, support and strengthen your immune system in the recent day, perhaps more so after we have been hit by the devastating pandemic of Covid-19 across the globe. Boosting and strengthening your immune system .....
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Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science About the Basis of our Health and Happiness

Let us introduce some concepts of nonlinear physics, which we would need. The flux of running river-water wou ld be linear, if the bottom of the river is smooth. However, if there is a big stone on the bottom of the river, the water needs to flow around the stone and the water flux becomes nonlinear......
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Nanocurcumin: A Promising Candidate for Therapeutic Applications

Curcuma longa commonly referred to as turmeric is an ancient perennial herb belonging to the family Zingiberaceae and native to India. Curcuma has developed by incessant cross-breeding and selection. To date, over 100 known species are reported in the species of Curcuma (Esatbeyoglu et al., 2012).......
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Nasa research on spirulina

Certain basic physiological needs must be met in order for human beings to stay alive. On earth, these needs are met by other life forms in conjunction with geochemcial processes that effectively use human waste products in conjunction with energy from the sun to produce fresh supplies of food.....
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Anti-inflammatory Properties of Curcumin - Clinical trial Research

Curcuma longa (turmeric) has a long history of use in Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for inflammatory conditions. Research has shown curcumin to be a highly pleiotropic molecule capable of interacting with numerous molecular targets involved in inflammation. This article focuses on curcumin’s anti-inflammatory properties and its use for inflammatory conditions......
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Alkaline water - Investigation of Pharmacological Activity

Due to the fast life acidity has become a huge problem in metro cities which is the origin for various diseases such a GERD, hypertension, skin diseases, hyperthyroidism, hyperlipidemia, cancer, diabetes etc. Various researches worked on activity of alkaline water and various clinical trials are in tunnel. This paper elucidates the importance of alkaline water in various diseases treatments and future prospectus in clinical trials of various cancer and related diseases...
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Yoga an ancient Indian way of life

Yoga is an ancient Indian way of life, which includes changes in mental attitude, diet, and the practice of specific techniques such as yoga asanas (postures), breathing practices (pranayamas), and meditation to attain the highest level of consciousness. Transcendental meditation (TM) is one of the techniques of meditation, which involves allowing the mind to dwell on a series of words (called a mantra) given by the meditation teacher, with no effort. If the attention wanders it is allowed to wander till it returns to the mantra. This research paper gives a general overview and understanding on physiological effects of yogic practices including pranayama and TM...
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Curcumin & Colon Cancer

Curcumin, obtained from curcuma longa, has been the subject of decades of scientific investigation on its therapeutic usefulness. It is reported to possess several therapeutic properties, of which anti-colon cancer is of interest in this review...
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Yoga as an Alternative and Complimentary Therapy for Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of disability and death worldwide. Yoga, a mind-body exercise, utilizes breathing techniques with low-impact physical activity that may be an alternative treatment for cardiovascular disease. The purpose of this systematic review was to examine yoga interventions for patients at-risk for and/or suffering from cardiovascular disease...
Alkaline water
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The Effectiveness of Alkaline Water in Hydrating Athletes

The most important ingredient of the human body includes water. Water consists 60-65% of an adult’s body mass, 55% or less for women, while it reaches values of close to 75% in infants. A proper hydration state is a must for general health, yet it is even more important for individuals that exercise on a regular basis, and especially for competitive athletes submitted to extreme loads, often under extreme environmental conditions . Dehydration can decrease aerobic capacity, it can increase blood pressure, cause headaches, decrease concentration and speed of reaction, and may also influence cognitive abilities in sport disciplines that require tactical thinking and decision making. Alkaline water with a pH as high as 9.3 can improve resting and exercise acid-base balance and thus improve both, aerobic and anaerobic performance....