Munchin’ in the USA: Making Wise Nutrition Choices
For most Americans, a balanced diet is rarely a priority and bad food choices are all around. These students helps us avoid some of the most common dietary mistakes in modern America.
Integrative East-West Nutrition
Acknowledging the dangers of fad diets, this group of students helps us learn about nutrition and maintaining a balanced, integrative diet.
Simple, Everyday Herbology
Covering the history of herbology in Chinese medicine, these students teach us some herbs we can use everyday for several remedies in place of Western over-the-counter medicines.
The Benefits of Ginger
Ginger is an herb that been used for medicinal, culinary, and spiritual purposes for centuries in both the Eastern and Western worlds.
The Physiology of Acupuncture
Based on electrical conductive evidence, David Powell shows us a deeper view into the cell-level mechanisms involved in acupuncture that help explain its effectiveness.
The History and Benefits of Tai Chi
Tai Chi helps improve muscle strength, balance, and flexibility, and is especially helpful for patients suffering from Arthritis, Parkinson's Disease, low bone density, or recovering from a stroke.
Mind-Body Therapies for Stress
This video briefly suggests several mind-body therapies, including aromatherapy, touch therapy, mindfulness meditation, music therapy, and visual art therapy, to help individuals counter and perhaps even prevent stress.