A quarter of a trillion dollars a year! That’s the total economic price tag of diabetes as of 2012 in terms of health care costs and lost productivity. That number is prepared to surge as recent evidence indicates that half of Americans are either pre-diabetic or diabetic. The unfortunate reality is that much of our […]
A wise person once said that health is the truest form of wealth, for without it we cannot enjoy our lives. To that effect, several years ago I felt my energy levels draining, my waistline expanding and my confidence shrinking. It was a wholly unpleasant trend that I felt needed to be reversed post haste.
Did you know that your dryer sheets have toxic chemicals in them that may be making you sick? This little known health hazard is present in many homes and could be causing brain damage and even encouraging chronic disease.
Coronary disease is the leading killer in America. It is a terrifying, debilitating and painful disease. New data suggests that not only is it reversible, but entirely preventable. Caldwell Esselstyn, MD presented this informative lecture about this subject, illustrating exactly the steps necessary to stop it.
The freedom of individuals to pursue healthy eating habits, obtain natural supplements and seek alternatives to expensive and often ineffective modern medicine is being curtailed by nefarious regulations and deceptive trade practices. This documentary, “We Become Silent” is the best summary of the current situation I’ve discovered to date.
The Future of Food is an excellent documentary about the monopolization and manipulation of modern food to suit the profiteering megacorporations who now dominate global food distribution.
Recently it has been determined that some plastics used to store food and beverages may contaminate said products.
I have long speculated that there will be a different kind of technical and industrial revolution coming. One that instead of furthering us away from the Earth, brings us closer to nature again. We must bridge the gap between humanity and the planet, for as it widens we become less aware of where we’ve come from.