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Top 10 Longevity Habits for Good Digestion and HealthTop 10 Longevity Habits for Good Digestion and Health

By Soeon Park, L.Ac.

Did you know that your body was designed to live 100 years or more? If we aim to live a healthy, long life, what we eat is very important because of the relationship between diet and the immune system. At least 70 percent of immunity dwells in the digestive tract. Here are the top 10 longevity (centenarian) habits for good digestion and good health, excerpted from Dr. Maoís Secrets of Longevity Cookbook.

1. Eat less to live longer; try to control the amount of food you eat at each meal by stopping when your stomach is three-quarters full. When you overeat, you stress your digestive and other organ systems, consuming precious energy by overworking your system, and producing more waste products and toxins. More...

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Epimedium (Yin Yang Huo): the Viagra of the East Epimedium (Yin Yang Huo): the Viagra of the East

By Jaseng Center for Alternative Medicine

There is an Oriental herb named Epimedium that can be likened to Viagra, the impotency drug that caused a worldwide stir a while ago because of its effectiveness in resuscitating sex lives. According to Oriental medicine, Epimedium is tremendously effective in healing and boosting the function of the kidneys, which play a great role in the ability to produce an erection. More...


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A: Acupuncture can help with both anxiety and depression. In fact, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been treating depression and anxiety successfully for more than 2,000 years with various combinations of acupuncture, herbs, diet, and exercise. Chinese medical treatment does not just alleviate the symptoms of depression but seeks to find the root cause of this disease.

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