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Doctors of Tomorrow – Alexis Carrel (Quote)

Unless the doctors of today become the dietitians of tomorrow, the dietitians of today will become the doctors of tomorrow.

Alexis Carrel, Nobel laureate in medicine 1912, (1873-1944)

Man the Unknown, 1935

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Ecotherapy

Spending time outdoors can significantly lift your mood, and outdoors activities such as gardening and nature hikes have been found to be good therapy

Americans spend 80 to 99 percent of their lives indoors — a trend that has led to “nature deficit disorder,” a term used to describe a lifestyle deficit that contributes to poor psychological and physical health

Ecotherapy employs methods that cultivate the health benefits of being in nature. Research shows nature therapy lowers anxiety and depression, improves self-esteem, reduces blood pressure and more

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2017/07/13/ecotherapy.aspx

Yoga May Help in Improving Your Mental Health

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Yoga has been shown to improve mental health, including depression, anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, childhood trauma and sexual abuse

Yoga is uniquely suitable for treating trauma, as regulated breathing calms your parasympathetic nervous system, and the mindfulness required helps counteract dissociative effects of Trauma

In teenagers, yoga has been found to strengthen emotional resilience and ability to manage anger; in the elderly, it’s been shown to stave off cognitive decline to a greater degree than aerobic exercise

http://fitness.mercola.com/sites/fitness/archive/2017/06/16/yoga-for-mental-health.aspx