Everyday Health Guide: 365 Tips for Healthy Living

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Everyday Health Guide:

                      365 Tips for Healthy Living

                                              A Practical Daily Reference to

                                                       The Nature Cure

                           Using Foods, Vitamins, Minerals, and Food Supplements

                                                   For Vibrant Health and

                                            Complete Freedom from Disease

                                                            First Edition

                                                        By Joseph Then

                            The Healthy Portal: Building a healthy live... Online


   Note that the contents here are not presented from a medical practitioner, and that any and all health care planning should be
 made under the guidance of your own medical and health practitioners. The content within only presents an overview based upon
research for educational purposes and does not replace medical advice from a practicing physician. Further, the information in this
manual is provided "as is" and without warranties of any kind either express or implied. Under no circumstances, including, but not
 limited to, negligence, shall the seller/distributor of this information be liable for any special or consequential damages that result
                                 from the use of, or the inability to use, the information presented here.
                        Welcome to Everyday Health Guide

This collection of 365 daily health tips provides vital information for your health in the form of
the nature cure. This is the healing power of your body and your spirit you can access without
restriction and without cost, with the help of wholesome foods, potent nutrients, yogic practices,
and simple exercise. Nature intended to fuel the body with the right foods and the appropriate
nutrients. It is the responsibility of the person only to partake of food in moderation and to
engage in the simplest asanas and healing baths. Water, colour, heat, and cold can do the

The first eight of these 365 healing tips have been chosen to introduce you to the core
concepts of the nature cure. They offer an example of healing outside conventional medicine,
that is, colour therapy, and they progress through recognizing the problems with conventional
therapies, basic nutritional principles, and basic dietary therapies. The balance of this collection
of tips offers new and insightful methods of maintaining vibrant and energetic health without
side effects, at a minimum cost, through means you yourself can master.

These tips, of course, do not contradict the advice of your physician, nor are they are means of
diagnosis or disease treatment in the medical sense. They form the basis of your personal
healing modality, and can carry you to the heights of scientific healing in ways grounded in the
timeless understanding of the body and the spirit afforded by the science of Ayurveda.
Table of Contents

Tip 1. Colour Therapy, A Basic Guide to Putting Colour in Your Health
Tip 2. Recognize the Problem with Conventional Therapies
Tip 3. Use the Recovery Diet
Tip 4. Anti-Aging Therapies
Tip 5. Basic Nutritional Principles
Tip 6. Basic Dietary Treatment Principles
Tip 7. Basic Vegetarianism
Tip 8. Get to Know Healthy Kitchen Practices
Tip 9. Control Inflammation with Cold
Tip 10. Control Pain with Heat
Tip 11. Fasting Is a Time of Rest
Tip 12. Hydrotherapy, the treatment of disease with the bath
Tip 13. A simple nature cure for inflammatory conditions is the cold footbath.
Tip 14. The cold hipbath is a routine treatment in most diseases.
Tip 15. The Epsom salt bath is useful in many conditions.
Tip 16. A simple nature cure is the hot footbath.
Tip 17. A hot hipbath relieves conditions "below the belt."
Tip 18. The hot immersion bath is a surprising cure for obesity.
Tip 19. Use the mud bath to remove impurities.
Tip 20. Enhance beauty with the mudpack.
Tip 21. Control and channel sexual desire with the neutral hipbath.
Tip 22. Remove morbid matter from the surface of the skin with the hot steam bath.
Tip 23: Avoid medications for sleeplessness.
Tip 24. Diet, not surgery, for kidney stones.
Tip 25. To avoid headache, avoid eyestrain.
Tip 26. Take heed of headaches. Headaches may be a symptom of hypertension.
Tip 27. Hydrocele, The Common But Little-Known Condition of Men's Mature Years
Tip 28. Indigestion may be caused by how you neat, not just what you eat.
Tip 29. Influenza is more than a viral infection.
Tip 30. Low blood sugar is caused by too much sugar.
Tip 31. To avoid gout, avoid meat.
Tip 32. Meditate!
Tip 33. No drugs cure high blood pressure.
Tip 34. Stress causes headaches.
Tip 35. The Surprising Causes of Leucoderma
Tip 36. Tingling, burning, stabbing pains? The problem could be neuritis.
Tip 37. The right fats fight the effects of the wrong fats.
Tip 38. To prevent baldness, eat the right foods.
Tip 39. To cure a headache, eat something (as long as it is not sugar).
Tip 40. To fight depression, be active.
Tip 41. Exercise also plays an important role in the treatment of depression.
Tip 42. Treat dandruff from the inside, not the outside.
Tip 43. Acid = Danger
Tip 44. Activity is not the same as exercise.
Tip 45. Alkalise!
Tip 46. Any cure begins with detoxification.
Tip 47. As noted before, to heal disease, first remove toxins. If you do not, your body will.
Tip 48. Attention to diet heals the body as a whole.
Tip 49. Avoid medications for colds.
Tip 50. Avoid medications for the treatment of colitis.
Tip 51. Avoid ointments and salves for conjunctivitis.
Tip 52. Avoid overeating.
Tip 53. Avoid acidosis.
Tip 54. Bed rest for liver disease.
Tip 55. Breathe right!
Tip 56. Enhance health with colour.
Tip 57. Count calories to relieve asthma.
Tip 58. Detect allergies by taking the pulse.
Tip 59. Do not rely on the nature cure for treatment of cataracts.
Tip 60. Drink water regularly.
Tip 61. Enzymes are good medicine.
Tip 62. Eschew the eating of flesh.
Tip 63. Chew, chew, chew, for it's the thing to do.
Tip 64. Eat plant foods for faster healing.
Tip 65. Safety measures for preventing back pain.
Tip 66. Prevention is better than cure in anaemia.
Tip 67. The alcoholic must choose sobriety.
Tip 68. The cause of bronchitis is not a germ, but the diet.
Tip 69. The more fibre, the better.
Tip 70. The real causes of eczema.
Tip 71. The real causes of heart disease.
Tip 72. The reality of food allergies.
Tip 73. Ten Commandments for Problem Drinkers
Tip 74. Raw Juice Therapy? Timing is everything!
Tip 75. To treat high blood pressure, get enough sleep.
Tip 76. Treat acne from the inside out.
Tip 77. Treat hardening of the arteries (arteriosclerosis) with fresh air and warm bath.
Tip 78. Treat bronchitis with moist heat.
Tip 79. What you need to know before you start a diet, especially a raw juice diet.
Tip 80. What you need to know about fruit.
Tip 81. What you need to know about seeds, nuts, and grains.
Tip 82. What you need to know about vegetables.
Tip 83. Vegetarianism enlivens the health.
Tip 84. What You Need to Know About Combining Foods, Rule #1.
Tip 85. Why you need fruit in your diet.
Tip 86. The reasons for eating green
Tip 87. Everything you need to know about bran.
Tip 88. More things you need to know about fibre.
Tip 89. Basic, health-giving foods.
Tip 90. Get the protein-power of meat while eating a vegetarian diet by combining plant foods.
Tip 91. For good health, do not be an epicure.
Tip 92. Meat is not needed for good health.
Tip 93. The key to optimal nutrition is combining the right foods.
Tip 94. What you need to know about combining foods, Rule #2.
Tip 95. What you need to know about combining foods, Rule #3.
Tip 96. Eat different foods at different meals.
Tip 97. Fruit juices and vegetable juices have different health applications.
Tip 98. Plant protein makes life possible.
Tip 99. Get to know the many possibilities of juicing.
Tip 100. Relax the eyes to relieve glaucoma.
Tip 101. To look young, take lecithin.
Tip 102. Controlled breathing allows restful sleep.
Tip 103. Quick tips for curing backache.
Tip 104. Quick tips for curing fatigue.
Tip 105. Quick tips for curing joint pain.
Tip 106. Quick tips for curing male impotence.
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