Hopefully, if working from home is an option in your life, you’re already doing it. In fact, it’s very likely you’re already familiar with the
Up to 45 million people suffer from IBS in the United State alone. We know by now that our relationship with food isn’t what it
Someone in your office is doing “Whole30” this January, and they’re likely telling everyone about it.
And if you haven’t heard anyone talking about it… then it might be you.
If you haven’t heard of it (and you weren’t listening while your coworker explained it), “Whole30” is a month-long exclusionary diet. For 30 days, you cut out soy, dairy, grains, alcohol, legumes, and added sugars.
So… probably most of what your regular Western diet consists of. The idea is that after 30 days, a participant would slowly start to introduce food groups back into their diet, so that they can see which foods may have been secretly irritating them or causing discomfort. Sort of like the idea behind the FODMAP diet for those with bowel issues.
When Rachel Carson wrote her exposé of the disastrous effects of chemicals on our agriculture and water bodies, Silent Spring, she caused mass outrage from
When you compliment someone on their energy, or even notice someone else’s energy, what are you really saying?
You’re alluding to an intangible — a force, a feeling, a figurative quality.
You’re going to keep hearing that word all year — energy — in headlines, in articles, in documentaries, on podcasts.
That’s because everyone is trying to get at the same point.
As divisive an argument as any in the Western health sphere, the benefits and pitfalls of bees’ gift to Pharaohs and your evening tea are