From “Cancer-free in Two Months with Natural Treatment,” to the “The Five Tibetan Rejuvenation Rites,” here is today’s harvest from the greenest and healthiest of the Internet:
Cancer-free in Two Months with Natural Treatment - Yet State Wants to Force Her Back on Chemotherapy
A back-and-forth fight between the state and a 10-year-old girl with leukemia has been raging for a while. Ohioan Amish girl, Sarah Hershberger, was brought into national view when it was learned that a legal battle ensued over whether her parents, Andy and Anna, had any right to choose a natural cancer treatment for her.
Bite-Sized Films, Big Ideas: Enter the Real Food Media Contest
So much of the media we see today about food is massaged by the hands of high-paid PR professionals who sweat over the arrangement of sesame seeds on hamburger buns—not over trying to capture the real stories of our food.
Some common conditions can be successfully treated with natural remedies
Natural supplements can be more easily absorbed by the bloodstream than traditional medications and, when used appropriately, have the potential to produce fewer side effects. Because nutraceutical and vitamin therapy addresses the whole person and the underlying source of his condition, they often lead to improved results.
The attack of the hipster tomatoes: Getting real with local foods
Re-designing our cities to support local food production and healthy living has been a very popular topic of late, happening against a backdrop of grassroots efforts to create networks of growing, distribution and consumption. It is interesting to watch this process unfold, seeing how farmers, advocates, and urban design professionals are envisioning and (sometimes) working together to build a local food economy.
The Five Tibetan Rejuvenation Rites: Powerful Mind Body Healing Adds ’10 Years to Life Span’
A well-known medicine hunter, author, educator, and world-traveler researching and promoting plant-based medicines, Chris Kilham says that that a daily five minute practice of the Five Tibetans will result in adding an entire decade to your life span. The exercises are done repetitiously on an increasing gradient toward the goal of 20 or 21 repetitions of each exercise at a comfortable pace.
Healthy Recipe Bonus: Crunchy Broccoli Bacon Salad
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