Sylvia Plath was not a scientist.
But surprisingly, she wasn’t wrong when she said…
“I’m sure there are things that can’t be cured by a good bath,
Raise your hand if you’re completely comfortable with the state of your mouth!
According to a recent survey conducted by the Delta Dental Plans Association, only 15% of you should have raised your hands.
In fact, for the second year in a row, dentists ranked highest on a list of health practitioners Americans thought they needed to see more often.
Who’s had it worse – a war veteran or a survivor of emotional abuse? A child who grew up in the cycle of poverty or a
If it wasn’t for the availability of the chimney, solid, multi-functional, well-made, generational furniture would’ve never caught on.
You see, before the chimney, most homes in Medieval Europe had one room: the hall. Everyone lived, ate, and slept in the hall. In the center of the room was effectively a twenty-four-hour bonfire, and roofs had a little hole in the center where smoke could escape.
A stalk of wheat isn’t the same by any other name. And the distress the difference between wheats can cause you? Well, that’s been reported
Leaky gut syndrome is a difficult beast to catch.
Unless you’ve had CT scans and a confirmed intestinal perforation, it can be difficult to diagnose. The current scientific consensus is that most of us have leaky gut, to some degree.
Leaky gut is also called “intestinal permeability” in the medical community.
You see, the gut is naturally supposed to control what substances are allowed into the bloodstream. It does this by maintaining a secure barrier via the intestinal lining and by making sure the microbiome of the gut is diverse and thriving.