by Cheryl Murphy
Coughing your lungs up, a phrase no doubt, is no laughing matter so maintaining healthy lungs is crucial to all, especially as we age...
Editor's Note: Omega-3,6, and 9 fish oils have had their claim to fame, but omega-7, a mono-unsaturated class of fats, has stayed under the radar. Omega-7 is a powerful fatty acid that reduces mucous buildup and soothes the cellular membranes of the lungs. Read how this super fish oil can reduce the risk of chronic diseases.
by Jason Jensen, NMD
I get many questions in my classes, seminars and practice... "What vitamins should I take?..."
Editor's Note: Valuable information from an experienced physician in preventative medicine!
Editor's Note: If you are not already familiar with Joel Salatin and Polyface Farm, be sure to check out this video. Farmers like the Salatins are changing the way we grow and raise our food, by diversifying their farms and finding ways to get good yields while enriching the land.
Editor´s Note: Michael Pollan, notable and talented author of several books, including his new released "Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation", speaks out in this video on coffee and tea. He discusses the history of the caffeinated plants and how early on coffee and tea became acceptable, giving individuals a mood change when consumed. He compares the plants with other plants, not so acceptable like tobacco, and confirms that the mixture of caffeine compounded with other properties in coffee and tea, is what we crave and look forward to every morning.
Editor's Note: Ahhhh! The fresh aroma of lavender! Just say the word and relaxation and calmness comes to mind. Lavender is utilized in many therapeutic ways including anxiety. Dr. Michael Greger states in this video how case studies prove that lavender has fewer side effects than anxiety drugs (benzodiazepine drugs) and is an effective and well tolerated alternative.
Reading food labels can be a challenge, especially when trying to make choices to support a more sustainable food system. Food and nutrition labels around the world can include a lot of information, and not all of it is easy to decipher...
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: So many things to read on our food. What does it mean to be organic? What do the ingrediants have to list? GMO, Food Sustainability, and more. Here's a list of how to wade through what should be on the food we buy.
by Cheryl Murphy
Sprouted brown rice is packed with nutrients and contains GABA, an amino acid that aids in lifting depression and reducing anxiety along with many other ailments. Consumed by the Japanese for decades, it is a healthy side dish that nourishes the body and can be prepared many ways...
Editor's Note: Sprouted brown rice may seem like ordinary rice, but it actually contains potent nutrients and an amino acid known as GABA reducing anxiety and lifting depression. The Japanese have consumed sprouted brown rice for centuries. It is a satisfying and versatile super grain with lots of nourishment.
by James Eaton
Performance coaches, therapists, fitness experts and nutritionists are doing it and sharing it with their clients – it’s being taught in hospitals, prisons, businesses and even finding its way into the school timetable...
Editor's Note from J. Stewart Dixon: Love this short article that lovingly points to the limitations of popular mindfulness. When you are ready there is a vast horizon that lies beyond the mindfulness step. Great little gem here.
J. Stewart Dixon's All Things Healing www.BLUECOLLAR-ENLIGHTENMENT.com series: What enlightenment looks like in ordinary folks and what it will probably look like in you. What? How? When? Where? Who? and Why? Blue Collar Enlightenment: YES, you can too.
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