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The Theory of Relational Gravity

At the beginning of the pandemic, when we were told to avoid seeing anyone outside of our nuclear household, people panicked. Some don’t have nuclear

The Theory of Relational Gravity

At the beginning of the pandemic, when we were told to avoid seeing anyone outside of our nuclear household, people panicked. Some don’t have nuclear

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A Guide to Consuming Bone Broth

Recently, we brought you an article on how bone broth can help heal an aching and damaged leaky gut.

In case you missed the article, here are the broad strokes:

The gelatin, broken down from the cartilage in the bones, feeds the mucous lining of the stomach.

Broth is easier to digest than solid food, so your gut can take some time off of work, replenish, and heal itself.

The amino acids in bone broth help to fight and reduce inflammation, ideal for people with gut pain.

So we know it’s good for you and we know that it can help repair intestinal cracks and strengthen the integrity of the gut lining.

A lot of contention remains about how to consume it – is store-bought okay? How long should cooking it take? Where do you get the bones? Can you use vegetable scraps? Which recipe do you use? How much should you consume daily?

Compartmentalizing Growth: You and the 100 Day Year

Ask most entrepreneurs the secret to their success, and before they say generational wealth, they’ll likely say “compartmentalization.”

What that means simply is the ability to break down information and tasks into discrete parts. 

For example, “writing a book” is a huge undertaking. But picking the names of the ten main characters and writing an outline are two separate parts of that journey that are much less overwhelming.

Don’t Gum Up the Works: What Does Oil Pulling Do?

Taking care of yourself in a world that hopes you won’t is radical. Right?

But it doesn’t always look the way we think it will… It doesn’t always look like self-soothing. It doesn’t always look like saying “yes” to our momentary flashes of whims that we believe will stave off discomfort. It doesn’t always look like abdicating our responsibilities when we don’t believe there’s any more gas in the tank.

Dr. Pedram Shojai

NY Times Best Selling author and film maker. Taoist Abbot and Qigong master. Husband and dad. I’m here to help you find your way and be healthy and happy. I don’t want to be your guru…just someone who’ll help point the way. If you’re looking for a real person who’s done the work, I’m your guy. I can light the path and walk along it with you but can’t walk for you.