“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
― Hippocrates, the father of medicine
Ever since human beings evolved beyond simply finding our daily food,
In mid-February, you may think the circulation in your tending fingers is weak and frozen, having forgotten what it means to pick, spread, dig, pat, and otherwise foster a seedling from taking root to flowering.
Maybe you can start gardening again in April!
Well, you could… but you’d be missing out on all of the vegetables that bloom beautifully in April and May. And to enjoy those, you’d have to start thinking about growing them around now!
Burnout can make you feel drained, hopeless, and helpless, and can negatively impact your overall quality of life.
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.
And why do we want to? In the West, we worry about heart disease. But in ancient belief systems – like Taoism and the tenets of
EECP therapy has been shown to improve blood flow, reduce inflammation, and promote the growth of new blood vessels, which can all contribute to a healthier heart.