In a previous issue, we talked about how we’re producing more kitchen scraps than we have in over 50 years… and how we can use
Waking up on the wrong side of the bed in 2021 is quite a different story from where you might’ve woken up if you’d been
The word “ayurvedic” can have elitist connotations for some.
After all, who are the people you hear using it? Avid yogis, restrictive eaters, spiritual gurus, and the like. But if we examine our feelings about why we consider those sources elitist, we come to an interesting examination point: is it actually wellness jealousy that causes such a reaction?
People who choose to eschew fast food and can’t relate to jokes about creaking joints and sedentary lifestyles in your twenties confirm what most of us already know and don’t want to admit…
We know it’s not good for us.
My friend Dhru believes our brains are broken. If you know me well, you know I don’t disagree with him. Dhru uses his podcast, Broken
A diet is a diet is a diet, right?
A diet is just the class and kind of food that makes up your daily consumption roster. So even if you eat nothing but cookies and chips, that’s a diet.
And the heart of the word “diet” is the same heart of “intuitive eating.” It’s what you eat, and it’s what your body tells you to eat.
We know the air outside is polluted. And pollution is…
Micro-contaminants in the air that change the environment around it.
The outside air has pollutants from vehicle exhaust, landfills, pesticides running into water sources, factory smoke, etc. But the indoor air isn’t any safer.
In fact, studies done on the quality of most of our indoor air show that it’s stale, rarely refreshed, and full of every pollutant we bring into the house with us. And since Westerners spend the vast majority of their time indoors, up to 90% in some places, it’s a serious problem that should be factored into the discussion about how pollution affects our health.