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Exercise in Dr. Weil’s Life (video)

Throughout his life, Dr. Weil has practiced various types of exercises. From running and hiking to biking and swimming, see which ones he enjoyed in his youth and middle age - and which he chooses now.

Dr. Weil’s Summer Garden

Take a tour of Dr. Weil's summer garden in British Columbia. Filled with fruits, vegetables and flowers, there is always a bountiful supply of food for body and soul. (Part one of three).

Mustard – Spices in the Kitchen (Video)

Dr. Weil discusses mustard seeds and the various types available for culinary use. There are three species for mustard that are most-commonly used: black, white, and brown. Black mustard is the most pungent and originated in the Middle East. Brown mustard is used to make Dijon mustard and is native to the Himalayas. White mustard is the mildest, native to the eastern Mediterranean, and is used to make traditional yellow mustard. Medicinally, mustard is used to treat gastrointestinal issues as well as joint-related aches and pains.

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Nutmeg – Spices in the Kitchen (Video)

Dr. Weil discusses the spice nutmeg and its natural health benefits. The egg-shaped nutmeg is the seed of the nutmeg tree, a tree native to Indonesia. Traditionally, nutmeg has been used orally for digestive issues such as flatulence, nausea and diarrhea. Topically, nutmeg has been use to treat mouth sores and toothache. Ground nutmeg is often used in baked goods due to its pungent and sweet taste.

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Peppercorn – Spices in the Kitchen (Video)

Dr. Weil discusses peppercorn and the various forms pepper comes in - black, green, and white pepper. Peppercorn is the whole, partially ripened fruit (or unripe fruit in the case of green pepper) of the pepper plant, native to Asia. Black pepper has been used to calm digestive issues - heartburn, indigestion, gas - and aid in the absorption of turmeric.

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Paprika – Spices in the Kitchen (Video)

Dr. Weil discusses the health benefits of this paprika, a popular spice known for its distinct smoky flavor. Paprika comes from sun-dried peppers and has been traditionally used for treating digestive issues, circulatory issues, cramps and fever. As a topical applicant, it has been used for reducing arthritis pain, muscle spasms, and even shingles. Paprika adds color to many foods and is used in a wide variety of dishes.

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Coriander & Cilantro – Spices in the Kitchen (Video)

Cilantro comes from the leaves of the coriander plant while the spice that we know as coriander comes from the seeds of the plant. Coriander seeds exhibit anti-inflammatory properties as well as cholesterol-lowering properties. Cilantro is used as a garnishment on foods and often in Mexican dishes and salsas. Some people experience an unpleasant soapy or metallic-like taste with cilantro due to a genetic discrepancy in people.

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How to Make Turmeric Tea (Video)

Turmeric tea is a delicious and healthy drink that provides anti-inflammatory properties through turmeric. Dr. Weil shows how to quickly brew a batch of turmeric tea with only a few ingredients - water, turmeric, and lemon or honey to taste.

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Motivating for Health and Well-Being (Video)

Fear is a common motivator in health - when something goes wrong with our health, we are motivated to see a doctor and find a quick fix. Dr. Weil believes fear is not a good motivator for good health and instead believes education is a better option for motivation of making lifestyle changes. See what else Dr. Weil says about motivating people to make better choices in life and their health.

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Okinawans Revere Aging (Video)

Dr. Weil discusses the diet and lifestyle of Okinawans, a group of people who live on the island of Okinawa, south of Japan. Okinawa, has the world's highest concentration of centenarians, a unique trait that many scientists are studying to determine the factors leading to this trait. Obesity and common Western diseases such as breast and prostate cancer are also rare there. Dr. Weil describes his experience while visiting this tiny island and how Okinawans revered the elderly.

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