Archive for November, 2012

Commodity Based Agriculture

Commodity Based Agriculture

| November 28, 2012

Our Corn, Soy and Canola Based Food Supply    Three of the largest food commodities, upon which a tremendous amount of our conventional food supply is based, are corn, soy and canola. Toxin Laden, Nutrient Depleted Foods and Processed Food Ingredients These same three crops, because they’re almost always industrially raised, are among those that […]

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Debunking the No-Fat Low-Fat Mythos

Debunking the No-Fat Low-Fat Mythos

| November 26, 2012

The Fat-Free Dietary Debacle   We’ve been massively misled – nay, outright lied to – about the dangers and lack of benefit of consuming traditional, saturated animal fats. The truth is that as long as they’re derived from animals that are raised and fed properly, such fats actually very healthy for us. This whole business […]

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Environmental Working Group – EWG

Environmental Working Group – EWG

| November 20, 2012

The Environmental Working Group, or EWG, is an excellent informational and educational resource for anyone interested in learning more about the toxic burden imposed on our bodies and on the earth by the thousands of poisonous industrial chemicals present on the planet today. Using their website as a guide is a fantastic way to help […]

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Awakening

Awakening

| November 17, 2012

Cultivating greater and greater levels of awareness and consciousness about the truth of what’s detrimentally affecting human health here on planet earth in the 21st century.   Photo credit Photo credit    

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The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect

| November 15, 2012

The Butterfly Effect It has been suggested that something as seemingly insignificant as the flapping of a butterfly’s wings locally instigates a ripple effect resulting in worldwide repercussions that are infinitely more pronounced, impactful and far-reaching. This concept, particularly when considered on a global scale, has profound implications, and is illustrative of the intricate, holistic […]

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Video Clips – from my talk at the Radical Mycology Convergence

Video Clips – from my talk at the Radical Mycology Convergence

| November 13, 2012

On Saturday, October 20, 2012 I gave a presentation on medicinal mushrooms at the Radical Mycology Convergence near Port Townsend, WA. Here are a few clips:  

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Root Causes of Chronic Diseases

Root Causes of Chronic Diseases

| November 12, 2012

  What are the underlying, root causes behind the epidemic of chronic degenerative illness afflicting modern humanity?   Imbalances Disruption of Homeostasis Caused by: Malnourishment due to diminished nutrient density of foods Industrial toxicity Impure water Dehydration Compromised digestive function Fatigue Chronic Stress Exposure to EMFs Lack of: Movement Sleep Grounding Connectivity to Nature and […]

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Homeostasis

Homeostasis

| November 12, 2012

Homeostasis Balance Harmony Synergetic Flow Our bodies are always striving to maintain a state of inner homeostasis. When this internal balance is disrupted, due to things like malnourishment, toxicity, dehydration, , lack of sleep and rest, over stress, extended exposure to EMGs, and lack of groundedness,  energies that normally flow through us becomes stagnated, congested […]

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DNA

DNA

| November 11, 2012

 DNA Spiraling Genetic Information – Fundamental Blueprints for Life     Gene expression is determined, at least in part, by epigenetics – that which is above or outside of the genome – such as environment, toxic body burden, lifestyle, diet, stress, stress response etc. Photo credit Photo credit

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Our Food

Our Food

| November 7, 2012

Our Food For thousands of years on this planet we human beings ate whole, minimally processed foods that came directly from the earth in the form of animal and plant foods. There’s ample archeological and anthropological evidence all over the world that for long periods of our history, people were hunting and gathering their food […]

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Our Water

Our Water

| November 7, 2012

 Our Water We live in a watery world. We live in watery bodies. Water is vital to all life as we know it. Water is a carrier of hydration, nourishment and information. Water is a living, liquid crystal that has memory. Due to industrial contamination, more and more of the water available to us today […]

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Our Air

Our Air

| November 6, 2012

Our Air   Ideally the air we all breathe would be pure, clean and rich with oxygen. Instead, we breathe within an atmosphere that has been tainted by airborne industrial wastes from manufacturing factories and power plants and exhaust fumes from internal combustion engines. Often some of the poorest quality air is found in large […]

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Our Soils

Our Soils

| November 6, 2012

  Our Soils   Soil is a living breathing thing. Healthy, fertile soil is teeming with life. Soil is a symphony of polymicrobial-culturality, a vast and varied tapestry of biodiversity. Beyond that, soil is the very ground of our being. It is an alchemical synergy of fire, earth, air and water that is in the […]

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Our Sun

Our Sun

| November 4, 2012

  Our Sun This massive, flaming ball of light about which our world revolves year after year is the source of energy for all life on planet Earth. We are inextricably linked to this star and to the wide range of luminous and invisible (to our eyes) particles, wavelengths, frequencies and emanations – which are […]

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