There’s a theory in the health community that…
Much like fire leaves ash when it burns, so does your metabolism. But we don’t call it ash.
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.
Personal preferences become the parameters of our lives – and most of them, they don’t make much of a difference one way or the other. Does
Once upon a time, it seemed like everyone and their little brother was getting diagnosed with ADD or ADHD. You likely even remember them getting
It’s much harder than you’d think. To start with, you’d probably want to approach the International Criminal Court (ICC) which oversees the four categories of
Apple cider vinegar had its moment in the sun during the Pinterest craze of the early 2000s. Though it’s experiencing a resurgence now, the public’s undulating focus on the sweet and tart miracle elixir is nothing new.
Since at least 2,500 years ago, when the nomadic Aryan tribe soured their apple wine (read: fermented) and made apple cider vinegar’s ancestor, people have been using apple cider vinegar for all kinds of things – without the peer-reviewed chemical evidence we have today.