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Dr. Gurusahay  and Mukta Khalsa

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Quick Tips on Getting and Staying Healthy


Summer Yoga Classes, 2007 -- See below

Yoga Teacher Training / Certification Course -- See below

One of the tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon - instead of enjoying the roses that are blooming outside our windows today.
Dale Carnegie


 

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Destination Health
Eight Herbs for Vitality and Healthy Aging

Perfect health is dependent on proper diet, rest (mental and spiritual rejuvenation and growth) and exercise.

Let’s start the discussion about eight herbs you can take on a regular basis to significantly reduce the risk of developing heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer.

Herb 1: Garlic
Herb 2: Ginkgo Biloba
Herb 3: Ginseng
Herb 4: Green Tea
Herb 5: Bilberry/Blueberry
Herb 6: Turmeric
Herb 7: Tribulus
Herb 8: Echinacea

Garlic is wonderful for cardiovascular problems like atherosclerosis, congestive heart failure, dyslipidemia (cholesterol and triglyceride imbalances) high blood pressure.

Recently using catheter studies, Dr. Stuart White has been able to show that garlic along with Horsechestnut, Cayenne and Hawthorne is able to reverse plaque in arteries.

For centuries, garlic has earned praise as a natural antibiotic. It has come to be known as “Russian penicillin” for its simple yet effective infection fighting abilities. Garlic also is known for its antiviral and antifungal activity. Along with Slippery Elm, green tea and Golden Seal root, it can be part of an effective parasite and Candida cleanse. (Write me if you want information on the complete cleanse.)

A little garlic oil warmed slightly above body temperature (baby bottle warm) put into ears is a wonderful remedy for ear infections.

Studies show that eating garlic regularly reduces the risk of esophageal, stomach, and colon cancer. Garlic is high in sulfur compounds which help explain its ability to inhibit the growth of different types of cancer—especially breast and skin tumors. Garlic is also offer wonderful protection against free radical damage. Free radicals are unstable oxygen molecules that injure cells and may be responsible for inappropriate cell division and growth (cancer) and also aging.

How much garlic should you take? A time honored method is to chew 1 clove (not bulb!) of garlic daily. For those of you who actually have to be around people each day, consider taking a daily garlic supplement.

You can use odor-controlled, enteric-coated tablets or capsules. Make sure it contains sufficient alliin, the sulfur containing ingredient in garlic (around 5 mg). Alliin is then converted into the active ingredient allicin in the small intestine. Click here for more technical information on garlic and how it’s processed.

My thanks to Angela Hywood, ND and Assoc. Professor Kerry Bone for much of the information in this newsletter. Research references are available upon request.

Call 770-551-0155 to find out if we can help you, a loved one or a friend.

 

 

  Upcoming Classes:

Kundalini Yoga and Meditation
Mondays Starting July 16, 2007
7:15 - 8:45 PM
Wednesdays, Starting July 11, 2007
7:00 - 8:30 PM

Kundalini Teacher Certification Course, Starting September, 2007

MeditationMake space in your busy schedule for relaxation and self growth time.  Known as the Mother of all yogas, Kundalini yoga incorporates stretching, breathing, meditation and relaxation.  This yoga is more aerobic and at times more vigorous than Hatha Yoga, providing you not only with stress reduction, relaxation, inner growth and expansion, but also a good workout.

Mondays with Mukta Khalsa (women only)
Wednesdays with Gurusahay Khalsa

Call 770-551-0155 with questions and to register to attend

Click here to see more information about our Yoga classes

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Need a Speaker?

Dr. Gurusahay Khalsa is available to speak at your business, place of worship or social club. He has lectured extensively for more than 30 years on acupuncture, chiropractic, wellness and longevity, and nutrition. He also regularly teaches courses on meditation, stress management and prosperity. Please call 770-551-0155 to schedule Dr. Khalsa for your next meeting.


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