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ATOZ HEALING SPACE

AtoZHealingSpace.com AtoZ Healing Space features monthly online workshops with top-tier healers in a wide variety of ‘outside the box’ modalities, monthly circles, members’ forums, and more. Our first month (March) is free. Teri Miller, founder of TIME Heals angelic healing will be live online at AtoZ on Monday, March 6. Get details when you sign up for our gift at AtoZHealingSpace.com/free-gift/. Read More »

DR. MICHAEL MONGNO

Present Centered Therapies Upper West Side 212-799-0101 • PresentCenteredTherapies.com Dr. Mongno’s practice originates from his own work over the course of his life journey. The synthesis of this life work along with his extensive training in multiple therapeutic modalities allows him to create insightful and emotionally corrective experiences with his clients. This results in greater cognitive understanding and emotional self awareness. It profoundly develops an enhanced ability to live more ... Read More »

ONE SPIRIT LEARNING ALLIANCE

247 West 36th Street, 6th Floor New York, NY 10018 212-931-6840 onespiritinterfaith.org/NA One Spirit Learning Alliance, a leader in I n t e r f a i t h a n d I n t e r s p i r i t u a l education for over 15 years, upholds that all authentic spiritual paths, at their mystical core, are committed to the common ... Read More »

THINK AT

646-632-5181 • Think-AT.com Alexander Technique Think AT is a new small business located in Battery Park city, dedicated to teaching Alexander Technique, mainly through individual lessons. The name is inspired by the focus of Alexander Technique on “thinking,” which affects the way we live, including how we move whether with patterns of tension or ease. Teachers at Think AT have expertise with more than 12 years of training. Read More »

Veggie, Fish and Nut Fats Preserve Heart Health

Reducing the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health, in Boston, used data from previous studies to discern the association between dairy and animal fats and cardiovascular disease (CVD) in American adults. The study reviewed dairy fat and other fat consumption data using validated food-frequency questionnaires from more than 43,000 men and 175,000 women during ... Read More »

Eco-Joe

Making a Cuppa More Planet-Friendly AGallup poll last year reported that 64 percent of U.S. adult coffee lovers consume one or more cups daily and the average number of cups quaffed each day is 2.7. We can express our affection for both java and the Earth by following these eco-tips. • Forego the convenience of single-cup, plastic pod makers like ... Read More »

Eye Health Nutrients Also Aid the Brain

Double Benefit to Key Carotenoids Lutein and zeaxanthin are known key carotenoids for eye health, filtering out harmful high-energy blue wavelengths of light and helping to protect and maintain cells comprising the eye. The human body does not make enough of either nutrient, so we must get them from supplements or food sources such as kale, spinach, collard greens, turnip ... Read More »

Bag Ban

California Outlaws Single-Use Plastic Bags California’s ongoing ban on single-use plastic carryout bags, approved by 52 percent of voters, is setting a notable precedent for other states. A coalition of environmental groups, grocers and others are collaborating, and Mark Murray, of Californians Against Waste, welcomes elimination of the 25 million plastic bags that pollute California every day, threatening wildlife. In ... Read More »

No Benefit to Cutting Fat in Cheese

Does Not Affect Cholesterol Levels Anyone that has struggled to reduce their intake of low-density lipoprotein (LDL or “bad” cholesterol) may have considered avoiding saturated fat in their diets, although the latest meta-study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine now refutes this. Researchers from the University of Copenhagen, in Denmark, conducted a test to determine if consuming low-fat versus regular cheeses ... Read More »

Natural Way to Ease Eyestrain and Impaired Vision

Tension, if left unchecked, can cause eyestrain, blurry vision, mental fatigue, lack of circulation and elevated stress levels. One of the simplest natural and holistic ways to quickly relax the eyes and decrease eyestrain is the gentle practice of palming. A 2013 study by the Department of Health Rehabilitation Sciences through the College of Applied Medical Sciences at King Saud University, in Saudi Arabia, found ... Read More »