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Flower Essence Remedies

Flower essence remedies are made from the specially prepared "potentized" essence of the petals and heads of flowers. Each essence is made from a particular type of flower and preserved in alcohol to prevent spoilage. Flower essence remedies are nontoxic, non-addictive, and utilize the mood-altering properties of the plants to harmonize and balance…
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Flaxseed

Flaxseed, Linum usitatissiumum, is one of the original "health food" plants, traditionally grown and used for its healing properties since the Roman Empire. It is found in many forms including cracked or whole flaxseeds, flax meal, flaxseed oil, or flaxseed powder. Flaxseed oil is the best source of the omega-3 fatty acid alphalinolenic acid (ALA),…
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Flash Pasteurization

Flash pasteurization is an alternative means of pasteurization typically employed for dairy produce, fruit juice, and related products such as tea, and occasionally beer. Flash pasteurization is a very well monitored, sophisticated, low heat process which works by rapidly heating a beverage to a temperature of around 160-180?F prior to the filling…
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Fiber/High Fiber Foods

Fiber or high fiber foods are a key element to any healthy diet. What used to be known as roughage is now referred to as: fiber. Fiber is an indigestible complex carbohydrate found in plants. It has no calories and is not absorbable. Fiber is divided into two categories: water-insoluble and water-soluble. Water-insoluble fiber prevents constipation…
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Fermented Foods

Fermented foods are foods processed with enzymes from bacteria, yeast and molds that create gradual beneficial chemical changes in the structure of the foods. Fermented foods can aid in digestion and can balance healthy flora in the gut. Commonly fermented foods are sauerkraut, "Kim Chi" and other cabbage-based salads. Many fermented foods are…
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Fermentation of Food

Fermentation is one of the oldest known food preservation techniques. A general definition of fermentation is the chemical conversion of carbohydrates into alcohols or acids. It involves the action of desirable microorganisms, or their enzymes, on food ingredients to make biochemical changes, which cause significant modification to the food. During…
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Feldenkrais Method

Feldenkrais Method improves posture, coordination, flexibility and suppleness. Feldenkrais also alleviates pain by minimizing physiological and psychological stress associated with restricted movement. Patterns of inefficiency, compromised self-expression and forgotten ways of feeling can all be improved. The positive integration of the mind and…
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Fasting

Fasting means omitting solid or blended food and consuming only liquids. While fasting, the body does not have to deal with digestion or the waste generated by solid foods. Instead, the body's energy can concentrate on getting rid of toxins. Known benefits of fasting include, though are not limited to: rest for internal organs, improved digestion…
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Far Infrared(FIR)

Far Infrared Technology was first brought to us by nature herself. Traditionally, we`ve gotten our daily dose of infrared from sunlight, which is composed of all the energy wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum. Everything in the universe emits and absorbs certain wave energies. Infrared waves are longer than those in the visible range,…
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Exercise

Vigorous exercise benefits the body both directly and indirectly by stimulating the immune system and enabling people to cope with a variety of stressors and toxins. The psychological benefits are equally as important, and exercise has been successfully used to treat disorders such as depression.
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