Following the discovery of the Zen of Life, we now delve deeper to examine what happens to us when we enter theta brainwaves. Slowing down our brainwaves from busy-beta to alpha begins to loosen up the stressors in our body. But anchoring ourselves in the theta-field not only provides nourishment, but miraculous side-effects. Discover more
Our body has the capacity to transform materials into energy in a process called fermentation. Let's take a deep view as to the difference between the process of fermentation as it occurs inside out body, and then examine why our ancestors traditionally fermented foods before consuming them. Discover more
What is the extent of human potential? This article presents an alternative form of nourishment for our physical bodies, as well as for our emotional, mental and spiritual bodies, that is far out of conventional accepted views, yet it has much science to back it up. One must approach this article with an open mind to examine the potential wisdom within it. Discover more
Tune in to a presentation taking you step-by-step, concept-by-concept, building up and connecting some interesting dots between the appearance of bacterial organisms inside our cells, who enjoy a symbiotic relationship within it, as well as how certain types of oils affect the performance of these microbes within our cells. This piece includes a video of a presentation I had done.… Discover more
Symbiotic relationships are prevalent in nature. Can there be an underlying reason for nature to support these relationships? Could our hunger for connection, cooperation, as well as participation, determine our evolution alongside our environment? Perhaps we have much to learn from nature. Discover more
Scientific literature describes with great detail an involvement of B12, B9 and Vitamin D deficiencies, as well as, an impact of sugar consumption on our body’s healing mechanism. All these deficiencies are prevalent on a diet consisting of processed foods, empty carbs and dry and dehydrating substances.
B12, B9 and vitamin D are found in adequate amounts in a diet consisting of whole foods, such as grains eaten the day they were milled and animal muscle and organ meat which was raised on a pasture.… Discover more