Let’s just say you’ve never heard of the corporation, Monsanto. You are neutral and this documentary just happened to be on. Well, prepare to be saddened and infuriated. From the perspective of someone who despises this company, the documentary just amplified my thoughts about them. It also reminded me that Monsanto has its claws in just about every area of food production that they can.
The film touches on the monopoly they have on genetically... Read More
Though cancer can be seen as a very complex illness, it is important to understand that cancer is simply the "symptom" and the tip of the ice berg. For your body to allow cancer cells to take root and multiply, there had to be a weakened immune system, toxicity of many kinds and nutritional deficiencies.
Evidence-based research has shown that there are hundreds of known and effective cancer cures. Here are some very simple protocols... Read More
Got Wine? Put a Cork in it! For all you wine drinkers out there, a steady increasing demographic in the U.S., the facts below are to help encourage you to stick with corked wines. They may even inspire you to have a wine party!
Cork is a natural, renewable, recyclable and biodegradable material that is obtained through an environmentally friendly harvesting process
Trees are not cut down to harvest cork, rather the bark is hand harvested... Read More
I’m sure you’ve heard by now: You are what you eat. And, you are what you breathe. And, you are what you put on your skin! We live in some scary times; it seems there’s a new precaution at every turn. You may be asking yourself, how many preventative steps do we really need to take? Take a deep (cleansing) breath while I shed some light on some necessary tips to decrease your body... Read More
This great film reminds us that taking the time to be in awe of life's small, special gifts will bring you back to your source. To the place of bewilderment that we all have in us and too often look over. This place of beauty, peace and contentment will remind you that life is good. Situations, stresses are temporary. Gratitude echoes on.
Brother David Steindl-Rast's spoken words, Gary Malkin's musical compositions and Louie Schwartzberg's cinematography... Read More