“Sugar is in the headlines a lot lately, with some experts even calling it toxic. Did you know that the average child consumes 32 teaspoons of sugar a day?! This is just one of the many mind-blowing facts in this infographic from TotalHealth.”
“Medical students are trained to see the body as a collection of isolated parts instead of one whole system. The ensuing move toward medical specialization — organizing medicine by organs and diseases, by location and symptoms — is flawed and, as a result, modern medicine is at a breaking point.”
From Gabriel Sanders: A fantastic, eye-opening article.
“Trusting that the universe is on our side is sometimes difficult to do. Here are five tips to help you out.”
From Gabriel Sanders: Beautifully written. Great reminders on how to love to live and live to love, how to be happy, and be open to the wonderment of life.
Josh Langley is the author of Frog and the Well; Unconventional Happiness, a quirky, inspirational cartoon book about the search for happiness. Josh turned to writing and illustrating, while on a search to find personal evidence of the afterlife where he discovered that by investigating death, he learned how to enjoy life. He lives in South West of Western Australia, on 7 Acres, with his partner along with a few chooks, veggie garden and a myriad of native birds and snake called Bernard.
From Gabriel Sanders: Honestly, I have only recently joined the world of running, influenced and supported by my beautiful girlfriend Carey Yaruss, who recently ran the NYC Half. These 30 tips are definitely helpful and inspirational to those just starting out, or longtime veterans, and really hone in on aspects that may be overlooked. I actually already incorporate some of these tips into my training and yoga sessions (concentrating on form, hydrating, listening to your body, and focusing on the task, to name a few), but these are primarily for runners. Read these through. Even if you already know them, it’s always good to get a refresher.
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