Most people know you can get the amazing benefits of resveratrol from red wine. Here are some other non-alcoholic sources…
No time (or desire) for salad? Drink your greens with these creative, easy and delicious smoothie recipes.
One of the biggest causes of food waste is the “sell by” date on food. Should you always heed it?
Are you a fan of quinoa? If so, you might like freekah – which has even more nutritional value. Read this!
Ralph Smart of Infinite Waters Diving Deep, is a big fan of crystals. Even though he wasn’t always. One day in a mystical bookshop he bumped into a beautiful, powerful crystal. In that auspicious moment, it all shifted, and Ralph became a convert.
If you aren’t familiar with Spikenard, you should be. Read this and discover eight big benefits.
I sit on my green cushion resting on my yellow rug that covers the honey-wood floor in the front room of my rented space, and close my eyes to meditate. A single thread of incense smoke, sweet and pervasive, rises as if pulled heavenward by some unseen force, like a wispy prayer into the ether. […]
Want a dairy-free, vegan meal? Here is a delicious, creamy Roast Cashew Soup recipe from Trinity’s book Angelicious.
Can you imagine watching doctors open you up and operate on you? It may be the wave of the future. Read this!
In this video, Nicky invites you to promote positive beliefs, release the habit of counting your birthdays, and do not resist anything you see that appears to be a result of aging (because “what you resist persists). And more anti-aging tips.
In many parts of the world, bugs are considered a normal part of the diet, or in some cases, even a delicacy. Mexicans eat chapulines and grasshoppers, the people of Thailand love snacking on scorpions, Ghanians like to chow down on fried or roasted termites, and it’s quite common to find a Zimbabwean eating a bowl of mopane worms.
Most people that have to deal with anxiety and depression are unable to provide an exact reason to why they were afflicted in the first place
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has quietly scrapped plans to start testing food for glyphosate, the primary component of the Monsanto-made herbicide RoundUp.