When you practice gratitude, your heart is sending out health-promoting communication to your brain and body. When you take aspirin, well, don’t take aspirin (unless you want ‘internal bleeding and other side effects’).
When was the last time you chased down your lunch? And we don’t mean with a diet soda. Did you fetch water today? Build a shelter or collect wood? In all of man’s history, there has always been an intimate relationship between energy acquisition and energy consumption (getting food and eating food).
Epsum factorial non deposit quid pro quo hic escorol. Olypian quarrels et gorilla congolium sic ad nauseum. Souvlaki ignitus carborundum e pluribus unum.
Five Things To Start. Five Things To Stop. How to get better at life – at least the health part of it.
You should only eat healthy treats (and ones you’ve made). This is a great one – satisfying, rich, and high in protein, fat and calories.
The internet, our ‘stupid phones’, Netflix, 24 hour drive-thrus, and 60-hour work weeks have created a cultural norm of sleep deprived people. is that you? If you are like most people, your body expects and requires more sleep than it’s getting.
In recent years fat in general, and saturated animal fat in particular has gotten an undeserved association with causing health problems.Not only is saturated animal fat a natural part of our food supply (and has been since the beginning of time), fat is essential for health.
Artificial sweeteners are potent neurotoxins that should ALWAYS be avoided.
Pregnant women and moms, think of Tylenol as the ‘go-to drug’ for pain relief and treatment of fever for them and their kids. Acetaminophen can impair brain development in both fetus and child (and into adulthood).
Picture a world without buildings, automobiles, cities, factories, gyms, schools, freeways, airports, shipyards, yes, even electronics. Try to visualize the different landscapes: the jungle, with its huge trees and intense animal noises, a vast savanna, with many types of prairie grasses growing and different big game animals roaming in huge packs, and the desert, with its own unique geography and animals, specifically adapted to its seemingly inhospitable climate. These are all places that throughout time humans have called home, and it was the selective pressures in these places that shaped our genome, our heredity, what makes humans humans.