By Markab Algedi, The Mind Unleashed
Why are we all addicted to something? Why do human beings in our culture have this nagging, constant insatiability? What are we searching for, why do we feel like we are lacking, and why do we seem to be constantly trying to cure ourselves of restlessness, boredom, or anxiety?
I don’t know the answer to that question one hundred percent, but I have some theories currently, with the level I am at in understanding this issue myself. This question is the type that you ask yourself over the course of your entire life: the answer is ever-changing, growing as a person personally learns how to be happy in life without seeking so many external things. Continue reading The Ultimate Way to Cure Anxiety: Why are We All Addicted to Something?
By Kalee Brown, Collective Evolution
How often do you see kids using iPads, iPhones, and any other touch screens? Technology has slowly but surely become deeply engrained within society, and some schools are even distributing touch screen tablets to students to use while in class. They’re convenient, paperless, and extremely relevant given that you practically need to know how to use technology in today’s society. However, are there any downsides to children using touch screens, especially for prolonged periods of time?
A recent study published this year in Scientific Reports examined the effects of frequent touch screen use in children. Their findings suggest that increased usage may negatively affect children’s sleep patterns. Continue reading Study Shows What Happens To The Brains of Kids Who Use Tablets
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Grace Cooper is 2 and a half years old right now and she has never eaten a gram of processed sugar in her life! Shan, Grace’s mom, said publicly that when her daughter is old enough to understand what she likes and doesn’t like, she is not going to force her to stay on strict diet. She just wants to create a solid foundation for her baby’s future health.
“If she eats a piece of bread I’m not going to have a conniption,” Shan told the Daily Mail when the girl was only 13 months old.
“She’s going to go to kids’ parties and eat what’s there. I’m never going to go to Grace, ‘You can’t eat anything at this party, but I packed you some kale, here you go.’” Continue reading What a Kid Who Has Never Eaten a Gram of Sugar in Her Life Looks Like Now
By Brianna Acuesta, The Mind Unleashed
Berkeley is offering the world’s first class devoted solely to producing plant-based meats.
Credit: UC Berkeley
The University of California, Berkeley has struck again in their effort to be a hub for progress with the recent opening of their Alternative Meats Lab, which is currently offering its second course to students to make plant-based meats. As the demand for alternatives to meat in America rises, the university saw the need to be at the forefront of change by offering a spring course designed to teach students how to make their own plant-based meats. Since the class proved to be so popular, the college not only brought it back for fall this year but they also opened up the Alternative Meats Lab to further their mission. Continue reading UC Berkeley Opens Lab And Class For Students To Make Plant-Based Meats
By Carolanne Wright, Wake Up World
In my early thirties, I lost my mother to a rare, but deadly, form of cancer that was growing around her bile duct. Sixteen years later, my father also died from cancer. As horrific as the disease can be, I remember thinking during my mother’s illness that the treatment was worse than the cancer. Watching our mother endure chemotherapy — and the effect it had on her physical, mental and spiritual well-being — both my sister and I seriously questioned for the first time whether we would choose such a treatment if we were ever diagnosed with cancer. To this day, my answer is still a resounding NO. Continue reading Scientists Warn Chemotherapy Treatment May Encourage Aggressive Tumors and Spread Cancer
By Kalee Brown, Collective Evolution
Do you ever walk through someone’s home and take note of items that could potentially be hazardous to their health? I know I do! I don’t mean to judge, but I can’t help but notice when people have fluoride-filled toothpaste sitting on their bathroom counters or chemical-ridden cleaners hiding in their cabinets. But, what if some of these items are sitting in your own home?
Most people have toxic products linked to cancer in every corner of their homes, often without even realizing it. It’s not like the labels of these products all have a huge warning sign that reads, “I can cause cancer!” Continue reading 10 Products Linked To Cancer That Are Hiding In Almost Every Home
By Lisa Egan, Thanks to Natural Blaze
Java junkies, the scientific community has some delicious news for you.
The findings of four recent studies add to the growing body of research that shows coffee offers some pretty impressive health benefits.
Some studies suggest that drinking three to four cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Scientists initially believed that caffeine was responsible for this effect, but additional studies identified other substances in coffee that may play a more significant role. Continue reading Just in Case You Need More Reasons to Drink Coffee…
By April McCarthy, Thanks to Natural Blaze
Specific compounds within cocoa promote the release of insulin and help protect against the onset of type-2 diabetes (T2D), reports a new study in Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry.
Strong evidence from several studies have shown that individuals consuming foods rich in different flavonoids have a reduced risk of overall mortality and of several chronic diseases. Continue reading Antioxidants In Chocolate May Prevent Diabetes
By Heather Callaghan, Natural Blaze
A Rutgers University study on a proprietary herbal blend with salacia extract offered hope for those with obesity
When it comes to research, CARBS is an acronym that encompasses data on Carbohydrates, Appetite Reduction, Blood Sugar and Satiety. The CARBS study from Rutgers observed that salacia extract – as part of an herbal blend called OmniLean (no affiliation with Natural Blaze) – demonstrated appetite reduction, satiety from food, and blood sugar management. Continue reading Little Known Herbal Extract Found to Curb Appetite and Regulate Blood Sugar
By Nick Polizzi, Wake Up World
Every week, we receive emails from folks who are eager to get ahold of the jungle medicines that were featured in the Sacred Science film. My first question to these passionate seekers is, “Have you explored the traditional herbal remedies that are available in your neck of the woods?” More often than not, the answer is no.
Yes, there is something intoxicating and mysterious about paddling down a foliage-entwined river to a remote village where there is rumored to be a powerful shaman. But similar practices exist all over the world, and many are available in or near your home. Continue reading 3 Ancient Medicines That Already Live In Your Home