Health Tips -Treat Various Diseases With An Organic Diet.

Various modern diseases that occur today, the cause not only because of the infection, but because of the declining organ function due to modern lifestyle that is sometimes not the discipline to live healthy, lack of knowledge of the disease, so it does not realize toxins have been attacking our immune system. According to well-known pathology expert, nobel prize winner, Mal Nikof in theory poisoned by his own act, saying: food blockage in the intestines / colon, turned into a hazardous waste disposal, which indirectly poisoned our bodies which then lead to various diseases and speed up the process aging, because the cells of our body tissues become damaged.

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Christmas Day walk helps you feel happy

If you want a truly happy Christmas, get out of the house tomorrow for a pre- or post-festive lunch walk. That's the suggestion from the National Trust, whose survey has found being surrounded by nature could help relieve seasonal stress.

Apparently all it takes is a brisk stroll through your nearest park or countryside, and you could not just feel happier but healthier too, since previous studies suggest just being in a natural environment could help lower blood pressure and make you feel relaxed.

The Trust commissioned the research as part of its investigation into public access and enjoyment of the outdoors. And what it discovered was that while fewer than half the people it surveyed said they felt happy with their lives, 80% of those who did say they were happy also claimed to have a strong connection with nature.

"Over recent years the stress of Christmas has increased - so much so that a search for 'Christmas stress tips' on Google returns more than 17 million results," says Mark Harold, a National Trust director.

"The festive walk is one such antidote - whether it's a bracing hilltop march or an amble through the park, many people value walking as a simple pleasure and a chance to unwind from the hustle and bustle of the season."

If you're venturing outdoors for a Christmas walk tomorrow, the National Trust wants to know your thoughts. Add #festivewalks messages to Twitter and Facebook if you feel happier after your stroll. The results will be analysed and published on the Outdoor Nation website in January.

Dont' forget to tell us all about it too.

Meditation as good as drugs for beating depression

Meditating may be as effective as antidepressantsWhen it comes to treating depression, meditation and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy may be as effective as taking antidepressants, say experts from Canada.

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy involves meditation but also learning how to recognise emotional triggers, that is the things in life that make you happy or sad. And being in better control over your emotions may help prevent a relapse of depression, say the researchers.

Writing in the journal Archives of General Psychiatry, the researchers note that only 40% of people being treated for depression stick to their medication. So having an alternative therapy that doesn't involve taking drugs could be very useful, especially if it's effective at keeping depression at bay.

The study involved 84 people who had been taking antidepressants. The people in the meditation group learned how to monitor their thoughts and to change their automatic reactions to the things that make them feel depressed. After 18 months, 38% of the patients who were meditating suffered another bout of depression, compared with 46% of those taking antidepressants and 60% who were taking a placebo (dummy pill).

Meditation and mindfulness may be an effective alternative to antidepressants like Prozac, say the researchers, especially for people who are wary of constantly taking medication as well as those who aren't too keen on the drugs' side effects.

If meditation and being mindful can help prevent depression in people who have already been diagnosed with the condition, just think what they could do for the rest of us who haven't.

Have you tried them? How did they work for you?