November 2011

Effective Supportive Treatments for Cancer

When a person hears the diagnosis of cancer of any type, it is sobering news. It’s important to explore options for dealing with it. Western Medicine has made great advances in cancer treatment. There are also a number of alternatives that can be helpful in the healing process. Acupuncture and herbal medicine, for instance, prove to contribute positively to those facing cancer.

18 Tips to Stay Lean

Eighteen in the Jewish tradition represents the numerical value of the word chai.  It simply reflects Judaism's focus on the importance of life. The typical Jewish toast is l'chayim (to life).  Following these 18 tips will help you lead a long healthy life!    

A Holistic Approach to Disease

Holistic Medicine is a system of care that considers the needs of the whole person.  Rather than focusing only on the malfunctioning body parts, it also explores the broader dimensions of the patient’s life; physical, nutritional, environmental, emotional, and spiritual.  This branch of medicine is aimed at treating and curing the client and requires looking at the mind-body connection.  Technology has made extraordinary advances in modern medicine, yet most primary care providers will admit that the most sophisticated medical care can fail if the client, as well as the disea

Treating Infertility with Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture and Herbal Therapy are ancient Chinese methods used for the treatment and prevention of disease.  These systems are as ancient and effective as any other medical techniques used in the world today.  They have been practiced consistently for the past 5000 years in the Orient.


7 Effective Fat Loss Strategies When Dining Out

  1. Develop a plan in Advance
    Look at the restaurant menu online and decide on the healthiest option that you would enjoy and stick to it.
  2. Eat a small, healthy snack before dining out
    If you’re pleasantly hungry, rather than starved you can relax, eat slowly and enjoy the meal, rather than risk losing control by overeating unhealthy foods.
  3. Load up on vegetables