Oats are unique because they don’t lose their bran and germ during processing, thereby retaining important vitamins, minerals, and nutrients such as dietary fiber. Fiber works as a binding agent and sticks to cholesterol in the small intestine, preventing it from being absorbed into the body. In addition, oats also contain phenols that work synergistically with antioxidants and can protect LDL cholesterol from oxidation.Read more
We are pleased to announce that on Friday, May 31, we officially will be a tobacco-free campus! This date has been purposefully chosen to coincide with World No Tobacco Day, a 24-hour abstinence from tobacco created by the World Health Organization in 1987 and celebrated annually around the globe.Read more
Maryland University of Integrative Health to launch online learning September 2013. Our goal is to prepare the future leaders and advocates for integrative health. We believe that our online learning experience will create the opportunities and connections necessary to reach that goal, while retaining the core teaching principles of MUIH.
If you are a serious yoga enthusiast or yoga teacher, this new program could be just what you’ve been waiting for! We’re very excited to announce the launch of our Master of Science in Yoga Therapy, one of the nation’s first graduate degrees in this rapidly growing field, now enrolling for September 2013.