If the last book you read to completion was a manual, or a high school book report assignment on The Invisible Man, you’re one in
It’s becoming common knowledge in scientific circles that our guts, or “second brains,” have a symbiotic relationship with almost every other system in our bodies.
Liquid diets have long been touted as quick gut-fixers… And not for no reason.
So many diseases have been linked to a microbial imbalance — a disproportionate bacteria distribution in your gut — that people have come up with all kinds of solutions ever since humankind started listening to our guts.
Because there are more than 100 trillion bacteria in the digestive system — great than in the entire rest of our bodies — there’s a pretty big margin for error.
While we’re a social race, all of our social needs tend to present with variations. One or two phone calls and exchanges per week might
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.
Everyone has trauma. Put another way, no one doesn’t have trauma. It’s a liberating truth, in a sense – your trauma is no more off-putting to