Quick – point to your adrenal glands.
Did you point to either side of your abdomen, right under your rib cage?
If not, we’ve got bad news: You
We as a society are hunting witches – not the kind that cast spells, of course, but the kind that cause digestive distress. From dairy to
Ever hear of Nature Deficit Disorder?
Probably not – it’s not in the DSM or anything. But that doesn’t mean it’s not real.
The urbanization of the world and the shift from outdoor to indoor living has changed a lot about the way we think, feel, and ail.
Plus, the hyper-hygiene craze of the last 18 months isn’t helping kids derive all the benefits they can from the natural world.
Moxa is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that has been used for centuries by healers to treat various ailments. The technique involves burning dried mugwort
Whole wheat has gotten the short end of the grain for the last decade or so in diet culture. Paleo, Keto, Atkins – they all recommend
If you’ve ever felt your stomach twist into knots and recognized you felt nervous, congratulations. You’re human!
Now that science is getting wise to the brain-gut connection, we’re realizing that we’ve been intuitively paying attention to the subtle signal of the gut for much longer than we knew. But for much of history, we’ve written off gut reactions as illogical, sensitive, and generally unsubstantiated.
Turns out, there are actual, scientific reasons for these sensations that we’ve long assumed to be emotional.