Less is more for healthy skin

Clean skin When you are cleaning your skin, it does not take as much as you think; in fact, less is more. It is possible to over-clean your skin, and if you are doing that and not replacing the oils that your skin wants and needs, there will be an imbalance. Signs of imbalance are overly oily or dry skin; […]

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Ginger Ale

Ginger has long been regarded as one of the most amazing healing foods on the planet. As long as you’re using fresh, organic, non-irradiated ginger root, there are some great benefits in store for you, including: Having fresh ginger before a meal will kick-start your appetite and increase digestion. Ginger improves the absorption and assimilation of essential nutrients in the […]

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Summer is Perfect for Ratatouille

Ratatouille is a classically French dish that’s been served mainly in the south-east of France for centuries. It’s always been considered a peasant dish — rustic, humble, and delicious. These days, ratatouille has gone global and can be found in haute cuisine the world over. Why? Because it’s really good food. Ratatouille is a vegetarian dish. You could probably add […]

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Herbs for Pregnancy

If you’re a pregnant mother, this is a time to maximize your health, both for your sake and for your baby’s. The first thing you want to do is take an inventory of what you’re eating and drinking. Everything you take in goes to your bloodstream and feeds your baby. Processed foods — pretty much anything that comes from a major […]

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Eastern vs. Western Medicine

Believe it or not, you are not a body. This one statement has caused people acute anxiety and brought out heavy-duty avoidance techniques. But it’s true. And the sooner you start thinking – really thinking – about it, the sooner you can start living a more peaceful and well-centered life. The main differences between Eastern Medicine and Western Medicine bring […]

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Whole Foods for a Healthy Life

The Whole Foods Opportunity What’s really on our dinner plates? Studies show that many of the fruits and vegetables we eat today have a significantly lower nutritional value than the same produce grown just 25 years ago. Soil depletion, commercial farming methods and premature harvesting are key factors in this decline — and our busy, on-the-go lifestyles, supported by regular […]

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How Healthy is Your House?

Indoor air could be making you very sick. There’s one rule of thumb among the health-conscious that says, “If you see it advertised, don’t buy it.” It makes sense, really. If the product is something you want, you don’t need an ad to convince you to buy it. Products that are advertised are generally those that people wouldn’t buy otherwise. […]

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The Intention of Choku-Rei Wellness & Coaching

Welcome to Choku-Rei Wellness & Coaching! This site is for you, and we want you to know our intention for this site right from the beginning. First, this is an informational site. Second, it provides our own insights and opinions. Third, it introduces third-party partners whom we trust to offer you quality products and services. We believe you will find […]

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Master Your Fears

Every day, every moment is a good time to start, anything, especially if its edifying!

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Can an Avocado a Day Help Lower Bad Cholesterol?

Research shows that avocados can help improve lipid profiles, and can lower LDL cholesterol twice as effectively as a diet of equal fat ratio without avocados. Source: Can an Avocado a Day Help Lower Bad Cholesterol?

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