Mushrooms are one of the most highly revered foods on the planet, prized since ancient times as “food of the gods” and an “elixir of life.” Mushrooms are so full of health-promoting properties they seem almost magical, and each variety — from chaga and oyster to reishi and lion’s mane — has its own unique benefits.
By actively consuming certain foods and plant compounds, you can supercharge your body’s innate ability to regenerate, liberating your healing potential and increasing your vitality at any age.
Intentional movement, once a mainstay of daily life, has disappeared, taking away your vitality and well-being in the process. By honoring your body’s need for physical activity, and doing it interspersed with nature and meditation, you can reawaken a healthier, happier part of yourself that’s just waiting to be let out.
No one ever wants to hear the words, “I’m sorry but you have cancer,” yet one in three will. In the United States, this dreaded disease is responsible for one in every four deaths. A major part of the problem is that cancer remains poorly understood. No one has fully unraveled the mystery of this bizarre, unrestrained cellular proliferation. What we DO understand is that the foods we eat have a real impact on our health, including whether cancer cells are able to gain a foothold. In order to appreciate the power of natural foods, we need a better understanding of cancer’s modus operandi. Winning the cancer war calls for a paradigm shift—seeing cancer with fresh eyes
How would you feel if you could extend your life by 10 years? What about 20 or even 30? What if you were not only able to extend your lifespan, but also your healthspan—the years you spend disease and disability-free? Today scientists around the globe are investigating what it takes to do just that, and they are closer than ever before.
The globe-spanning presence of wheat and its exalted status among secular and sacred institutions alike differentiates this food from all others presently enjoyed by humans. Yet, the unparalleled rise of wheat as the very catalyst for the emergence of ancient civilization, has not occurred without a great price.
You can probably count on one hand the number health topics as polarizing as cannabis. Whether it’s a discussion of the pros and cons of legalization, recreational use, or the efficacy of medicinal applications, people either have strong opinions or uncomfortably try to “flee the scene.” Cannabis is a complex and multifaceted subject, but one thing is clear—it’s not going away anytime soon.