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Boosting Metabolism in Winter

When the temperature start dipping, our body starts storing fat to keep us warm and switching our brain into hibernation mode. Feeling sleepy and gaining weight hamper our health goal. There are some tips to keep your energy level high through the winter. Get outside or to the gym.  Being active through the winter is the way to stay in shape and ensures your metabolism stay high through the season. The low temperature causes our body slightly resisting insulin….

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Natural Food Reduce Risk of Stroke

When a particular area of the brain is blocked or cut off for blood circulation,  the brain cells are then deprived of oxygen and they start to deteriorate and die. This is a stroke.  Usually, the body functions and limbs connected to that part of the brain will start to malfunction, muscle control is lost and sometimes brain memory. A mini-stroke is a Transient ischemic attack (TIA) and is an attack where you may experience many of the stroke…

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Herb Tea Restores Natural Balance

The Human body needs a balanced environment to continue all kinds of activities.  Unbalanced body environment will reflect on to the tongue, pulse and complexion but may not show any symptom of sickness. This is so-called sub-health status or pre-condition. Using herb tea fine tunes the body environment. Herb tea usually contains 4 or 5 herbs and each herb weighs 0.1g-0.8g. The combination of the herbs is based on your tongue shape and colour, pulse and complexion. Using herb tea to…

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Restore Body Balance

The human body is a complex chemical reactor. Food taken into the body is broken down into small molecules by different enzymes and mechanisms. Sugar is broken into glucose, lactose turns to galactose and glucose, protein turns into amino acid, fat break into glycerol and fatty acids.  All the small molecules flow in different cell organ to be made into a component of our body or become energy. These chemical reactions need to be continued smoothly with a balanced…

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