If You Suffer You Expect What You Can’t Have

It’s the nature of the human body and mind to be low, bad and sick sometimes. It happens now and again. But it is not the end. Life is a process and not a finished product (OO8 #2) and wherever you look in the universe there is only one fundamental rule: change. Even though we struggle … Continue reading If You Suffer You Expect What You Can’t Have

Leaky Gut – the Root to Illness

Just as our bodies, our digestive system is often taken for granted and quite badly treated by most owners until it breaks. As the immune system is largely in the digestive system the consequences and connections to chronic diseases are clear. The physiological indication that we have harmed our gut is when we see that … Continue reading Leaky Gut – the Root to Illness

Do you celebrate the Women’s Day?

We do! Every day. We think about the world we live in, every day. For us it's part of our job, it's part of what we believe is being healthy. There's a lot that is unhealthy with how we are expected to live, and with how the world is being ruled today. We believe we … Continue reading Do you celebrate the Women’s Day?

Detox Tips – Some of the Worst Toxins

To detox or to cleanse means to get rid of toxins! So what are those small molecules that makes us ill or even die? Most of us think of the toxins we eat or inhale, or get through our skin, but our bodies also produce toxins depending on how we feel and think! Very bad ones. A … Continue reading Detox Tips – Some of the Worst Toxins

❤ Happy New Year ❤

Enjoy the Party! Sometimes it’s healthy to be unhealthy. If you can enjoy a cigarette, a big steak, a third portion, or a lazy day on the couch with too many glasses of wine, while catching up with your loved ones, go for it. For us humans indulging goes hand in hand with being social. … Continue reading ❤ Happy New Year ❤

Sugar Is an Addictive Fat Promoter

Back in nature, sugar (mainly fructose) was rare, and because it is essential for energy production in the cells, our taste evolved to like it. And when we were lucky enough to find it, we could stuff ourselves with it because the body has no mechanism to feel full on carbs, unlike protein and fats. In … Continue reading Sugar Is an Addictive Fat Promoter

The Diseases Directly Correlated to Sugar Consumption

Arthritis, asthma, headaches, psoriasis, cancer, intestinal gas, osteoporosis, heart disease, weight gain, PMS, candidiasis, tooth decay, multiple sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, cancer sores, cataracts, gallstones, kidney stones, and cystic fibrosis are all diseases and conditions that are negatively affected by the intake of sugar. Dr. David Servan-Schriber says, in his excellent book Anti- Cancer: "Sugar … Continue reading The Diseases Directly Correlated to Sugar Consumption