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
World Vegan Day is an annual event celebrated on 1 November, by vegans around the world. The Day was established in 1994 by Louise Wallis, then President & Chair of The Vegan Society UK to commemorate its 50th anniversary. Vegans around the world join together to celebrate animal rights. Animal advocates hold street stalls about veganism, host vegan potluck events, plant memorial … Continue reading World Vegan Day – Take On the 30 Day Challenge
On the first day of our September Olive Retreat, the question came; Why is wheat so bad? What does all of this plant science have to do with what’s harming us? Intense crossbreeding created significant changes in the amino acids in wheat’s gluten proteins, a potential cause for the 400 percent increase in celiac disease … Continue reading To Eat Instead of Toxic Wheat
The September Olive Retreat starts today, with health classes like usual. If you have been to my classes you know that for about 15 years I haven't considered modern wheat as natural anymore. Now we know that it isn't. Since consumers wanted a puffy white bread producers gene manipulated the crop to the unrecognizable. How … Continue reading Wheat is Not Wheat Any More – It’s Toxic
Most diseases are based on oxidation (inflammation), but why is oxidation sometimes kicking in and other times it doesn't? What is it that we can’t see with our microscopes that evidently is happening simultaneously? Why is a bacteria we have in us all the time, suddenly capable of killing us? Here is where the ‘connectedness’ … Continue reading Illness Is Not a Coincidence – Nor Is Curing It!
Everything is a constant Connecting and therefore a constant Changing. Life, or to be alive, can be described as how well we share our time and space, in physics called the Theory of Synchronicity. How fast and with whom or with what we connect, both on cellular level and on the vibrational level of us. … Continue reading Detox and Then Re-Connect Wisely