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It’s easy to eat fresh, locally grown food when fruits and vegetables are as abundant and available as they are during the summer months. Read More
Receiving love is just as important as giving it. Most people don’t even realize that the power of love is not only the name of a beautiful song, but also a true force that is able to change lives, to heal, to promote happiness, and to make literal miracles happen. Read More
Sprouts are very nutritious because they contain all the elements a plant needs for life and growth. The endosperm of seed is the storehouse of carbohydrates, protein and oil. When the seed germinates, these become predigested amino acids and natural sugars upon which the plant embryo feeds to grow. Read More
Leptin’s function is to reduce appetite and induce fat burning (among many other functions). That is what high leptin signaling in a brain would do. Low leptin (in the brain) is an indication to eat more and store more fat (to successfully reproduce and to live long enough to do so). Read More
Today’s society is so driven by money, it’s scary. People, who make money by selling fitness programs, diet supplements, and cosmetic “must haves,” try to convince us that everything can be purchased – beauty, happiness, health. We feel like we have to look a certain way in order to be happy and we have to pay for it with hard earned money. Read More
When Super Size Me had its debut in January at the Sundance Film Festival, where it picked up an award for documentary directing, McDonald’s had just pulled itself out of a hole caused by over-aggressive expansion, growing complaints about customer service, concerns about obesity. Read More
Excitotoxins are biochemical substances (usually amino acids, amino acid analogs, or amino acid derivatives) that can react with specialized neuronal receptors – glutamate receptors – in the brain or spinal cord in such a way as to cause injury or death to a wide variety of neurons Read More