ATH offers you our Top 20 Reads! Here are the top ranked articles & videos from hundreds published during the month of June 2013. A big THANKS to our wonderful Editors and authors who bring us outstanding information and inspiration week after week. Enjoy!
Congratulations...these TOP 25 won honors from over 800 articles & videos published during the 3 month period. Well done!
by Max Goldberg
On the first Wednesday of every other month, I have a column called Wednesdays at Whole Foods. It showcases the most interesting news, products, store events, and happenings at the company.
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Competition heats up for the organic market share. Whole Foods offers delivery by teaming up with Instacart. You can even get it in one-hour!
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Feel the dry air roll in? Try some homemade solutions to stay moisturized and glowing.
by Tom North
My father, Richard North, died in a Navy jet test flight crash when I was six years old. Fifteen months after his death, my mother, Helen North who had eight children, re-married a man named Frank Beardsley who had ten, making us one of the largest families in the country...
Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: I saw the 1968 movie Yours, Mine and Ours during summer camp when I was a kid – probably in the late 70s. Oddly, I just saw the movie trailer for it on some older movie DVD I was watching with my kids. It brought back fun memories. Days after, Tom connected with me on Twitter (his family was the focus of Yours, Mine and Ours). So, here we come full circle. In this article he shares the truth of his life with the Beardsleys and how meditation helped him overcome this difficult time. Alters my perspective of the light-hearted, family film.
by Christan Hummel
All Hallow's Eve, Hallow E'en, Halloween, Day of the Dead, Samhain. By whatever name it has been called, this special night preceding All Hallows day (November 1st) has been considered for centuries as one of the most magical nights of the year. A night of power, when the veil that separates our world from the Otherworld is at its thinnest...
Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: I just love history and what better topic to learn the history of than Halloween this month! Here is a fun educational article about the history of All Hallow's Eve, or Halloween as we know it by Christan Hummel. She shares what Halloween celebrations were in times past and how we came to have Jack-O-Lanterns to celebrate this fun & spooky holiday. Enjoy!
Intuition & Symbols
by Heather Manley, ND
My teen daughter has had a little skin rash for the past 2 months. We have treated it by optimizing her digestion with probiotics, eliminating sugar and gluten, and applied salve and other pastes to the lesion. Everything has kept it at bay but nothing has made it go away. Then I thought about zinc...
Editor's Note: Dr. Manley is author of the award winning Human Body Detectives, her children’s educational series of story-telling books, eBooks, and iPhone/iPad apps. In this article, she teaches us all about zinc deficiency testing, the function of zinc in the body, symptoms of deficiency and food sources that supply zinc in our diet. Read on if you zinc this might interest you!
by Edmond Wollmann
Every year in the month of October, before the calendar turns over to November, we get on our masks and costumes to encounter the ‘spirits of Halloween’. Why?
Masks cover the hidden and are created to represent and convey the camouflaged concepts behind them...
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