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Amira Ayad

Amira Ayad is a natural health consultant and a holistic nutritionist. She holds a Master Degree in Pharmaceutics; and a PhD in natural health. She is a Board Certified Holistic Health practitioner by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP) and a Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner by the International organization of Nutrition Consultants (IONC). She published 2 books: Healing Body & Soul, in 2008; and, The True Secret, in 2011. Amira teaches Biochemistry & Body Metabolism at The Institute of Holistic Nutrition in Toronto, Canada.

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Athletes, Mind Your Hearts!

Athletes, Mind Your Hearts!

In July 1993, Reggie Lewis, the 27 years old NBA All-Star champion basketball player collapsed suddenly during a Boston Celtics practice game. He suffered from an expected cardiac failure. Korey Stringer of Minnesota Vikings was also 27 when he collapsed in August 2001 during his football training camp as a result of a sudden heart …

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Phytochemicals: New Hope for Cancer Prevention & Cure

Phytochemicals: New Hope for Cancer Prevention & Cure

Since the dawn of civilization, human beings learnt the benefits of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices. The purpose wasn’t only nourishment or energy production, but also for cure and healing. In our modern time, science has recognized the medicinal benefits of such plants. Active ingredients in natural plants were found capable of inhibiting, retarding …

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Inflammation: Savior or Silent Killer?

Inflammation: Savior or Silent Killer?

In pharmacy, we used to teach that inflammation is our natural body response to offenders and to tissue damage. It is the first step towards repair. Without it, no wound would heal and no microbial invasion would be properly dealt with. Inflammation is our body attempt to deliver blood, nutrients and immune fighting cells to …

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History of Medicine in the Islamic Civilization

For early Muslims, knowledge was a treasure they would eagerly seek. Medical science and pharmacy were no exceptions. Muslim physicians’ early practice emphasized the importance of preserving health through natural gentle interventions. The Hippocratic philosophy of ‘Premium non nocera’ (first don’t harm) was a well kept notion in their minds as it reflected the teaching of …

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Restore Your Energy (Part 4)

Every cell in our body carries on its surface some protein receptors  that are sensitive to vibrational energy fields in our environment, be them light, sound, electromagnetic waves emitted from our televisions, cell phones and computers, or be them emotional or mental vibrations emitted from our own thoughts and sensations and from other people around …

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