A Principled and Resonant Approach to Nutrition–A Diet Based upon Love

Much of the natural and holistic health field focuses on food as medicine, and while it is important to learn about how food impacts us on all levels of our being, the journey towards whole health doesn't end with nutrition. Eating healthy is not all there is to radiant health, the curing of disease, and the evolution of … Continue reading A Principled and Resonant Approach to Nutrition–A Diet Based upon Love

Liver is Nature’s Vitamin. Eat Your Organ Meats! Amazing Pate Recipe

I never ate liver growing up. I think both my parents had less than stellar experiences with it in their childhoods, so it never made the menu at our house. Until I learned more about whole foods nutrition and ancestral diets, I regarded liver as simply something that most people thought was gross. The liver is … Continue reading Liver is Nature’s Vitamin. Eat Your Organ Meats! Amazing Pate Recipe

It’s Cough Season–Thank Goodness for Antimonium Tartaricum and Aconite

I spent Christmas adventuring in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, and it was absolutely amazing. I broke in my snow shoes, got in a couple great hikes, and stayed in a cozy hand-built cabin owned by an artist and shamanic practitioner. The experience was nothing short of magical, except for the cold that I brought home. … Continue reading It’s Cough Season–Thank Goodness for Antimonium Tartaricum and Aconite

The Religion of Science–A Need for Dynamic Spiritual Science based on Functional Thinking

My high school biology teacher was married to the minister of the Congregational UCC church that I occasionally attended growing up, and I remember always thinking that it seemed like an odd pairing for a marriage. I wondered if they fundamentally disagreed on big issues, such as creationism vs. evolution. Did he regard his thoughts and experiences as … Continue reading The Religion of Science–A Need for Dynamic Spiritual Science based on Functional Thinking