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Cultured Foods

Have you ever noticed that sometimes after you've finished a meal, you don't feel satisfied? Something was missing, but you can't put your finger on what it may be. Cultured foods can fill that missing gap in the meal and make the process easy...

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Healthy Computing: Circle Your Eyes

We all know how the importance of vision. Yet, many of us sit staring at a computer monitor most of the day, then go home and watch television or play computer games. Extended viewing of a monitor can lead to eye discomfort. Dry eyes, redness and...

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Healthy Computing: Blink and Breathe

Staring intensely at the monitor may result in blurred vision, dry burning eyes, or difficulty in focusing. Reverse this computer-vision syndrome and enjoy comfortable vision when you BLINK AND BREATHE. Optimize your performance and prevent computer...

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Healthy Computing: Back Flexibility

Sitting for extended periods without interruption is a prescription for backaches. In fact, the most common workplace complaint is back discomfort. If you habitually sit for long periods of time, your hamstrings and hip flexors may shorten...

Working on a computer

Healthy Computing: Daily Athlete

Computing is an athletic event. It requires the frequent use of certain muscles hour after hour, day after day. In fact, when we work at the computer we use our upper extremity muscles more than any world class athlete would (do you know of any...

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Holy Humor

Someone once complained to the Indian sage Ramakrishna that one of his disciples was drunk. “But don’t you think God is drunk?” asked Ramakrishna. “How else would the universe be so crazy if God wasn’t drunk?” Maybe...

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Breathe Effortlessly

The moment most people begin keyboarding or mousing they increase their breathing rate. While working at the computer, adults' breathing rate increases by 30% to 18 breaths per minute, while the breathing rate of young boys playing computer games...

Woman stretching at her computer

Healthy Computing: The Wave

Sometimes when working we feel tired, sleepy, empty and in need of energy. At the same time our neck and shoulders tighten and we tend to breathe shallowly. Yet, the more tired we are, the more likely we just keep sitting at times just staring in...

Healthy Computing: Play With Your Feet

Regenerate and increase flexibility in your neck, back, and hips by changing the habitual movement patterns of your feet and toes. To decrease tension and increase flexibility PLAY WITH YOUR FEET. Be sure to continue breathing diaphragmatically:...

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