This two-part podcast with Frances was a wonderful opportunity to touch on various key aspects of food and nutrition politics – from agricultural policy and food justice issues to Big Ag's fight against the labeling of genetically modified foods. It's important to understand that food and nutrition policy does not exist in a vacuum. Rather,
Did you know that your mouth is a critical gateway to your total body health? Unfortunately, most of us in our modern world do not understand just how critical our oral health is to total health. One of the most notable integrative oncologists of the 20th century, Dr Josef Issels MD, claims that 97% of
Clearly it’s an issue that touches so many people. But as an all-natural-kind of gal, I love to see research linking diet with depression. The general idea comes as no surprise, since most of us have learned in experiments with our own bodies that gobs of junk food usually means brain fog, moodiness and general
It might list that 98% of its ingredients as organic, but fail to mention the other 2% as toxic. As a consumer, how would you know which ingredients are safe and which are harmful? Many ingredients aren't listed in blends, such as in fragrances used in perfumes, soaps and shampoos, because the information is considered
There are three ways we get more energy and overcome burnout. The key is to fuel our body, our mind, and our purpose with what fuels each of us uniquely.
Has your energy abandoned you, leaving only a memory of better days? Bummer-deal energy or bad news health don’t have to conclude your fate! Here are simple, fool-proof strategies to for reclaiming your super-charge by fueling our body, mind and purpose every day. Meet our expert Laurie Erdman knows the story of fatigue and ill-health.
Are your meals delighting the eyes, or could they use some sparkle and shine? Lean into this conversation, where professional Food Stylist, Rachel Sherwood, unpacks tricks and techniques for making a yummilicious meal. She will help your meals (and mine) evolve from ordinary grub to an eyeball-ishious extravaganza. In this podcast, Rachel Sherwood shares her
(Instructions for downloading this audio HERE) Read the full transcript here. Blog post by Rebecca Potter, MH The reason we get colds and flu is because our bodies are full of waste matter and toxins that bacteria and viruses love to feed on. The best thing you can do to prevent getting a cold and
You could be enjoying watermelon SO MUCH MORE than you probably do with it's delightful versatility. Let me share with you what I've discovered about the very special ways that watermelon loves you! Read the transcript here Reasons to love watermelon (in addition to it being delicious!): May help lower your risk of colorectal cancer;
Food sensitivities are believed to cause chronic inflammation, chronic disease & general malaise. They are growing more commonplace, yet they are difficult to detect. Most of us experience the symptoms of food sensitivities as fatigue, joint & muscle pain, mental fog, sleepiness after eating, anxiety, depression, irritability, acne & other skin disorders, weight problems, gas