Here’s a truth harsher than the chemicals in your skin care products: Nothing should go on your skin that can’t also go in your mouth.
There’s a theory in the health community that…
Much like fire leaves ash when it burns, so does your metabolism. But we don’t call it ash. We call it metabolic waste. And metabolic waste, or what’s leftover after our metabolisms have consumed the food we’ve eaten, can be one of three things:
Here’s the idea – some foods will metabolize and leave an acidic residue. Some will leave an alkaline residue.
If it wasn’t for the availability of the chimney, solid, multi-functional, well-made, generational furniture would’ve never caught on.
You see, before the chimney, most homes in Medieval Europe had one room: the hall. Everyone lived, ate, and slept in the hall. In the center of the room was effectively a twenty-four-hour bonfire, and roofs had a little hole in the center where smoke could escape.
A lot can happen in 42 days. Habits form, people fall in love, zucchinis grow. And according to recent research, the bacteria in the gut
The microbiota in the gut contains over three million genes.
It’s 150 times more diverse than the rest of the human body.
And because of the steady diet of junk food, sedentary behavior, and toxic chemicals Americans live on, the healthy function of our GI tract has seen a dramatic decline.
Part of the fun, tinsel-laced, snow-kissed holiday tension during this stretch of the year is determining whether to say “Merry Christmas,” because it reminds you of your childhood and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV, or saying “Happy Holidays,” which has no sentimental value except that it includes the previously excluded.
The reality is, of course, that there are many, many more religious and cultural holidays between Thanksgiving and NYE that don’t necessarily stem from Judeo-Christian traditions.