• Broccoli Compounds

    Author: BBC Report September 13,2008 US scientists found that sulforapane increases the activity of the NRF2 gene in human lung cells which protects cells from damage caused by toxins. The same broccoli compound was recently found to be protective against damage to blood vessels caused …

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  • Dozens Graduate at Yoga Academy in Singapore

    A dozen students successfully completed the certificate course in Yoga & Intuitional Science. Each student completed five modules viz., Yoga History, Yoga Science, Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Life Style and Teaching Methodology & Professional Ethics. Some of those have enrolled themselves in the Diploma Course in …

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  • Lotus- the sacred symbol and the science

    Author: Adapted from Peter Forbes article in Scientific American The sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) is a radiantly graceful aquatic perennial and has played an enormous role in the religions and cultures of India, Mynamar, China and Japan. Yogiis use this symbol almost everyday. The lotus …

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  • Vitamin B12 for Vegetarian

    Author:amaye team “Vitamin B12 deficiency is a common problem among elderly people in the UK and has been linked to declining memory and dementia.” Vitamin B12 can be gotten from Milk. Dr Susanne Sorensen, from the Alzheimer’s Society said: “Brain shrinkage is usually associated with …

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  • Report on 3rd International Microvita Seminar

    Amidst the natural beauty of flowing river,sunshine and green lawns, the historic 3rd annual International seminar was held at an excellent facility called Wannsee Forum in Berlin on May2,3,4th,2008 and attended by 36 participants from 16 countries. Among the topics discussed at length were: Microvita …

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