Other Resource Areas

 
Here are additional sites that may be beneficial in your search for brighter living.  The links below will lead you off the PURE web site. 
 

 

   

OTHER WEBSITE SOURCES:

 
 American Cancer Society -- Reiki 

http://www.cancer.org/Treatment/TreatmentsandSideEffects/ComplementaryandAlternativeMedicine/ManualHealingandPhysicalTouch/reiki

 
For more information on Ayurveda 

http://www.organicindia.com/ayurveda.php

 
National Institutes of Health - Alternative Health Options

http://www.niehs.nih.gov/news/newsroom/releases/2009/march16/

 

http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/stress/fact-sheet-on-stress.shtml

 

http://nccam.nih.gov/health/providers/digest/relaxation.htm

Alternatives in Energy Healing

 

 

Reiki Healing
 

First let's talk about what REIKI is.  It is pronounced RAY KEY.  Reiki is a simple, natural method that promotes healing.  Reiki is a Japanese technique that is safe and works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques to relieve side effects and promotes recovery.  It reduces stress and promotes relaxation of the body to empower the healing process.  It is administered by “laying on the hands” and is based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us an is what makes us alive.  When your energy levels are low, we are more apt to get sick or feel stressed.  Higher energy levels we are more capable ...

 

 

Being Proactive /Helpful Tips

More and more people are understanding the importance of being active participants in their health/life choices.  PURE can not impress enough upon you, our readers, that being armed with knowledge is empowering, enabling us to seek the right doctors, ones who will not dictate treatment, but will assist us in "Living Well!"

 
TIP FOR STAYING HEALTHY
 

The common health problems should it be physical or physiological can be simply symptoms of imbalances and often it takes nothing more than good living practices to remedy them.  But first and foremost you must want to make the change but once you make the change, and this takes just around 10 days for one to make habit changes, you create new and healthier new habits/routine.

 

“You are what you eat.”  How many times we heard that growing up.  There is no perfect diet for everyone, so it is important to watch and pay attention to how your body reacts to foods.  How does it make you feel once you eat it and then hours after you eat food.  Your body will tell you what is good for you and what is not.  Then watch your intake.  Do not over eat. Eat smaller portion and more often.  Eat in moderation.  Eat organic whenever possible and seasonal foods and avoid processed and the over consumption of sweets and carbohydrates.  Alkalize the body with dark leafy vegetables, steamed grains, high proteins (fish, poultry, lean beef) and sour fruits such as lemons, limes, grapefruits and sour cherries.