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Changing your mealtimes is a sure way to lose weight

Changing the time when you eat breakfast and dinner could be a quick way to lose some body fat. Eating your breakfast 90 minutes later and dinner 90 minutes earlier—and yet still eating as much as you...
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'Independent' researchers have shares in drug companies they're testing

Independent drug trials aren't always quite so independent. Researchers are still not revealing the pay-outs they're getting from drug companies...

Cell phone radiation could explain diplomats' mysterious illness

The safety of microwave ovens and cell phones has been thrown into question by a scientist who has been reviewing...

Doctors miss most cases of heart failure

Doctors are failing to spot the vast majority of cases of heart failure which are instead being picked up only...
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European research from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Germany suggests that city dwellers who live near nature experience positive effects on their brains compared to their purely urban counterparts, especially on the amygdala, the brain’s integrative center for emotions, emotional behaviour, and motivation. When we think of stress or fear responses, we should be thinking of the amygdala.

Have you heard of “Nature Deficit Disorder”? Author Richard Louv created the phrase in his book Last Child in the Woods. NDD refers to the disconnect that exists in the modern world between children and nature. It also reflects what many teens, adults, and seniors are experiencing in our busy lives. Many of us are spending too much time in the ever-expanding and enticing online digital world of social media, emails, and YouTube videos. We are losing our connection to ourselves, to nature, and even to other humans (meeting or speaking face to face). Our senses are being dulled from lack of use and our brains are overstimulated and overloaded, resulting in mental, physical, and emotional exhaustion. Thankfully, there is a solution: A daily dose of Mother Nature can help bring balance back to our busy, stressful lives.

Amidst the majestic coastal mountains, epic waterfalls, and warm beaches of Costa Rica, the first Sustainable Living Expedition was, for me, the educational adventure of a lifetime, and there are many more on the horizon.

As a member of the team, my role was to provide hospitality, accompany guests on excursions, and write about our collective experience. Fortunately, the entire eight-day event, from February 27th to March 6th, was very well organized, and everyone seemed to have a wonderful time.

Alexander Hill, a nutritionist from New York City, described the event as “an incredible week of valuable information and wisdom for a new paradigm.”

Designed by social benefit organization Upward Spirals, the program helps guests create action plans for transitioning to a more sustainable way of living. Field trips to nearby projects showcase both innovative and low-tech systems of renewable energy generation, natural building, food forestry, organic farming, holistic education, regenerative business, and community development. Local experts provide valuable knowledge and practical experience with demonstrations and hands-on workshops.

At the end of the experience, participants are equipped with a flash drive containing an extensive sustainability learning library with thousands of guides, plans, tools, and other digital resources to assist them in creating a regenerative future. By empowering visitors with systemic solutions while supporting local projects, the Expedition strengthens the local economy and ecosystems worldwide.

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Sleep sweet-spot is six to eight hours a day

Not too much, not too little. . .the Goldilocks sweet spot for the optimum amount of sleep is six to...

Aspirin-a-day doesn't help people at 'moderate' risk of heart attack

People who have a 'moderate' chance of a heart attack or stroke are advised to start taking an aspirin a...

Acts of compassion help cancer patients live longer

Cancer patients live longer, or even reverse the condition, if their vagus nerve is stimulated, which can be done through...

Saturated fats guard against heart disease, top cardiologists told

The world's leading cardiologists have been told that the advice they've been handing out for 30 years about heart health...

To fight bee die-off Virginia now offering all citizens their...

The state of Virginia has announced an initiative to help reverse the decline in bee populations. “The Beehive Distribution Program”...

Fat should NOT be blamed for heart disease – sugar...

For years, we’ve been warned about the dangers of eating too much fat or salt, but health authorities and media...

Reducing air pollutants bigger benefit than curing breast cancer

Cleaning up the air we breathe—and especially in polluted regions of India and China—would have a bigger impact on improving...

Balm for an aging brain, this lifts brain fog and...

The marijuana plant contains more than 60 different cannabinoids; chemical compounds the human body is uniquely equipped to respond to....

Smokers who cut back by vaping double chances of a...

Smokers who are trying to cut back by vaping every day are running a very high risk of a heart...

Daily cup of strawberries reverses irritable bowel symptoms

A cup of strawberries every day could ease some of the severe symptoms of irritable bowel disease (IBD) such as...
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Death By Calcium

by Thomas E. Levy In this book, Death by Calcium, board-certified cardiologist, Thomas E. Levy, offers scientific proof that the regular intake of dairy and calcium supplementation promotes all known chronic degenerative diseases and significantly shortens life. Written for both the layperson and scientist, Dr. Levy explains the dangers inherent...

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