How to Tap Into Universal Intelligence for Self-Healing

What is healing? Have you ever asked yourself this question? Where do things like spontaneous healing come from? When someone is injured, gets sick, or succumbs to the detrimental effects of stress, what are the mechanisms that allow them to ultimately heal? Why are some of us able to heal while others are not? As one’s […]

Allergies: What You Eat is Making Them Worse

As I’m writing this, I’ve just finished cleaning up a tree in my yard downed by snow. I’m less than enthusiastic about the whole thing, as I spent a few hours of my Sunday chopping up this tree and hauling it to my backyard for its future – a bonfire. What I am enthusiastic about though, is […]

Four Intelligent Ways to Lower Blood Pressure

In this article, I am going to dispense an intelligent, scientific, common sense approach to lowering blood pressure. But first, I need to help dispose of the unintelligent advice you have probably been given. Sadly, a large the amount of unintelligent information is pervasive throughout our supposedly intelligent world. Personally, I can’t believe how much […]

The Breast Cancer Survival Guide, Part 4: Addition and Daily Routine

Welcome to the fourth and final part of our Breast Cancer Survival Guide. In part one, we outlined the process of breast cancer in the body, what causes it, and why a common sense approach to the disease is critical for the breast cancer patient looking for healing. Part two delved into everything we need […]

The Breast Cancer Survival Guide, Part 3: Addition

This is the third part of a four-part series on surviving breast cancer. If you haven’t read part 1 or part 2, I recommend you read those first before proceeding. After we’ve eliminated the negative stressors in our life, like sugar, processed foods and city tap water, it’s time to focus on what we can […]

The Breast Cancer Survival Guide, Part 2: Elimination

The first step to surviving breast cancer is to alleviate the stress on the body. Stress comes in a variety of forms, including emotional, chemical, nutritional and physical. In part two of the Breast Cancer Survival Guide, we’re going to go in depth into each primary stressor that should be removed. What Needs to Be Removed: […]

The Breast Cancer Survival Guide, Part 1: Common Sense

Breast Cancer is, simply put, devastating. As it currently stands, one in eight women in the U.S. will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime. It’s estimated that this year alone, over 250,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and almost all of us know at least one person who has had to go through […]

Death by Cosmetics: How Our Beauty Products Are Killing Us

How many of you love the idea of a younger, sexier you? How many of you spend money regularly on things that promise you’ll look younger, hotter and sexier? Beauty products are an enormous industry in this country. I mean, who doesn’t want their 18-year-old skin back? Well I’m sorry to burst your beauty bubble, […]

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Autoimmune Disease – A Growing Epidemic

So many people are sensitive to gluten and allergenic foods but simply don’t realize it. All they know is that they don’t feel good. As time goes on they get diagnosed with conditions like celiac disease, mood disorders, autoimmune disease, developmental disorders, cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, obesity, chronic fatigue, IBS, fibromyalgia . . . I could easily […]

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Everything Wrong with the DASH Diet in 1,200 Words

Last week U.S. News & World Report published a ranking of the “best” diets out there. The winner? The DASH diet. I’m not going to mince words here. The DASH diet is the same old typical waste of time high-grain, low-salt, low-fat, low-calorie starvation diet they’ve been pushing on us for the last 40 years with absolutely no success. Will we […]