15 Plants That Teach Us Sacred Geometry At Its Finest
April 27, 2015 | Consciousness | J.Richardson
Plant growth is governed by the Fibonacci sequence, which can be understood as a law of accumulation. The role of the Fibonacci sequence in the growth of plants is a intriguing example of the unifying order behind all creation. These patterns exist at all levels and permeate the universe, reminding us that the same swirling energy is shaping, sunflowers, whirlpools, spinning galaxies, and our own DNA.
What Is One Of The Most Exhaustively Studied Substances In The Food Supply With Over 100 Studies Supporting Its Safety?
April 27, 2015 | Toxins | M.Torres
A significant portion of all scientific studies designed to establish "safety" for our food and medicine are paid for by the very industries they serve. The Food and Drug Administration says aspartame, best known by the brand names Equal and NutraSweet, is "one of the most exhaustively studied substances in the human food supply, with more than 100 studies supporting its safety." Safe today in the name corrupt science, toxic tomorrow when the truth is exposed. Are we getting the message yet?
Sickness and Health; Massive Global Nutraceutical Growth Expectation by 2017
April 24, 2015 | Lifestyle | E.Dahl
It comes as no surprise that the global market for nutraceuticals has grown CAGR of 8.2% over the period of 2006-2012 and that the revenues of the global nutraceuticals industry are expected to reach USD 424 billion by 2017. The Latin American market will be even greater, with expected growth of 12.5% CAGR for the period of 2012-2017.
Easy No Bake Raw Vegan Cheesecake Recipe
April 24, 2015 | Nutrition | K.Foster
Thinking about a nice cold cheesecake is something that sends my tastebuds in a frenzy. Try this healthy no bake cheesecake recipe that will surely heighten your senses without ever touching an oven.
7 Reasons We Are Growing More Metabolically Inefficient
April 23, 2015 | Metabolism | M.Torres
Overall calories, the types of foods we eat, decreased expenditure and an loss of self-integrity are the biggest contributors to plus-sized cultures. Due the nature of our metabolic inefficiency, more people than ever before have tremendous challenges in losing weight and keeping it off.
8 Answers To Burning Questions On Fat
April 23, 2015 | HumanBody | C.De Lange
Fat cells, like all cells in the body, get replaced continuously, but the turnover rate is the same whether people are obese or lean. So what effect do diet and lifestyle have on our fat cells and how do they cells truly behave in our body?
Is There Someone In Your Life Who Is Self-Harming?
April 22, 2015 | MentalHealth | J.Chitty
The often addictive habit of self harming (usually by young teens) has started to feature in books, films and TV shows, making us more aware of this growing problem even if we are not directly affected. Sometimes this habit can go too far, putting the person that carries it out at risk of serious injury or even death.
10 Ways To Embrace Change: Empower Yourself, Empower our World
April 21, 2015 | Consciousness | M.Delfino
Recently many people have been asking me about how changes can work when they feel lost, or stuck. I say that you really are not lost, or stuck, even though it feels like that! Truthfully, you are in transition and as with any shift, even with diets, we hit a plateau. In the world of internal change, although we can feel that we are without direction, recognizing anything is called an "A-HA" moment.
What's Really Happening Inside Your Knuckles When You Crack Them? Therapeutic or Damaging?
April 20, 2015 | HumanBody | A.McCarthy
Scientists have calculated that the amount of force at work when you crack your knuckles has enough energy to cause damage to hard surfaces, yet studies show that the habit does not appear to cause long-term harm. By defining the process underlying joint cracking, scientists seek to discover its therapeutic benefits, or possible harms, their study published last week in PLOS ONE found.
10 Signs You Are Probably An Ambivert (The Most Flexible Personality)
April 20, 2015 | Consciousness | A.Tyagi
Nowadays, if you identify as an introvert or an extravert, the internet is a wonderful resource for you to affirm your sense of self, find a community of similar individuals and celebrate the personality trait that strongly influences your social life. But what about the people who cannot place themselves squarely into either of the two categories made popular by psychologist Carl Jung?
Processed Foods Leading To Reduced Gut Microbiome Diversity
April 17, 2015 | HumanBody | M.Chan
Western diet and lifestyles consisting of fast and processed foods are leading to a lower diversity of bacteria in the gut, say researchers.