Our Disassociation From Nature

Apr. 6, 2017 by

When we sit in a forest and listen to the wind, the birds, the running stream, it calms us in a way no drug can. The peace and tranquility triggers something in our DNA. Just the simple act of floating

How to protect bees in your garden

Apr. 5, 2017 by

A new study, “Pollinators in Peril,” by the Center for Biological Diversity has found that that 52 percent of native bee populations are declining and 24 percent are in serious threat of extinction primarily due to pesticide use and severe

Organic 2.0

Apr. 4, 2017 by

If you’re eating USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) certified organic food, you’re doing your part to reduce the amount of unhealthy chemicals in our environment. You’re protecting bees, promoting better treatment of animals and making the soil healthier, which

Exercise & Your Brain

Apr. 3, 2017 by

Researchers are still exploring the mysteries of the human brain, but as of today one of the best known ways to create new neurons (brain cells) is by doing an aerobic exercise that makes you sweat for 30 – 60

How to Wean Yourself Off Sugar

Apr. 2, 2017 by

If you eat sugar regularly, you’re addicted. There’s really no other way to say it. Sugar affects the brain in the same way opioids do, which means the cravings can be just as strong as they are for cocaine or nicotine. This

Who is the American Doctor?

Apr. 2, 2017 by

Many of us do whatever we can to avoid going to the doctor. When we have a problem we can’t solve by ignoring it, we make the call. Once there, we sit in the waiting room and try to quell our

GMO vs. Organic: What’s the difference?

Apr. 1, 2017 by

Walk into any grocery story and eventually you’ll see a non-GMO and USDA certified organic food label. Ever wonder what the difference is? First, what is a GMO? A GMO is a genetically modified organism. How is a GMO created?

Bees are dying. Could flying drones replace them?

Mar. 30, 2017 by

A new study, “Pollinators in Peril,” by the Center for Biological Diversity has found that that 52 percent of native bee populations are declining and 24 percent are in serious threat of extinction primarily due to pesticide use and severe

Finding the Right Spot

Mar. 15, 2017 by

It appears as though a great many of my most profound spiritual lessons come by way of parking spots, or the lack thereof, as the case may be. This is slightly embarrassing considering that I am a person others come

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