These are disquieting times. The terra is no longer firma and the winds of change are buffeting people about, leaving many feeling disoriented, off balance and out of whack. Faced with demoralizing issues ranging from recession and the rising price of food and oil to terrorism and war has left …Read More »
Monthly Archives: June 2008
Book Review: There Is a Cure for Diabetes: The Tree of Life 21-Day+ Program by Gabriel Cousens, MD with David Rainoshek
There Is a Cure for Diabetes, published by North Atlantic Books, presents a program addressing the pandemic of diabetes in the modern world and addresses one of the ways which can help manage severe diabetes and, in milder cases, even return blood sugar levels to normal. It cram a lot …Read More »
Soul Masters, directed by Sande Zeig, is a documentary study into the art and science of soul healers. When Dr. Sha did a healing for Zeig’s father, her father in American and Dr. Sha in China, she was inspired to let others know of these masters’ great work. In Soul …Read More »
The “King Corn” movie is an engaging and subtly powerful documentary that gives a good insight into the effect corn is having on America’s waistline. It follows two recent Yale graduates, Ian Cheney and Curt Ellis, as they return to the rural countryside of Iowa to plant just one acre …Read More »
Mercury in the Environment: Accumulation in Fish and What You Can do to Reduce Your Risk of Mercury Exposure.
Mercury is one of the first known chemicals, and has been studied for hundreds of years. Yet recently, there has been a substantial increase in government attention and media coverage of mercury. In particular there has been an increase in studying the movement and accumulation of mercury in fish, and …Read More »