Can We Talk About Poop?

Is there anything as satisfying, as relieving, as energizing as a complete bowel movement? To this day, I haven’t found a better road to immediate, physiological joy.   A functioning bowel: a true gift, a true delight!  Worthy of daily celebration, I could argue. Aside from the immediate boost in energy, a complete and regular emptying of the bowel is absolutely critical for overall health.  When … Continue reading Can We Talk About Poop?

Wifi, 5G, and Health: Are EMFs Dangerous?

Yes, some of them have the potential to be. It is pretty clear that overexposure to x-rays or even excessive UV light can have worrisome effects.  But what about the gadgets we carry with us and the fancy laptops that allow my fingers to type out this post? What about 5G? Since the 1950s, we have worried about the effects of “EMFs” on human health.  … Continue reading Wifi, 5G, and Health: Are EMFs Dangerous?

How to Dissolve Stress with your Breath

“It is not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it” ― Hans Selye, The Stress of Life I’m on a journey toward bowel freedom. Would you like to join me?  I imagine eating whatever I want, digesting it with ease, feeling energetic and eager to play after meals, and having bountiful, beautiful, bowel movements upon rising each morning.  Doesn’t that sound dreamy? … Continue reading How to Dissolve Stress with your Breath

When Fiber is Not Your Friend

America is a constipated nation…. If you pass small stools, you have to have large hospitals. – Denis Burkitt Constipated? Bloated, swollen, and gassy? Foggy brain and feeling awful? Haven’t pooped in 6 days? Haven’t pooped in over a week? The sun is shining but the fatigue makes you just want to stay in bed, forever? Eating the “perfect” diet but still feel like a … Continue reading When Fiber is Not Your Friend

Creativity as Nourishment

“Develop interest in life as you see it; in people, things, literature, music–the world is so rich, simply throbbing with rich treasures, beautiful souls and interesting people.  Forget yourself.” -Henry Miller   I’m not feeling inspired. I’m not in the mood. I’m exhausted. I absolutely need to clip my toenails.  I don’t have the right supplies. I need to wash the dishes and start prepping dinner. … Continue reading Creativity as Nourishment

Crawling Out of the Mud

“No Mud, No Lotus” -Thich Nhat Hanh I am still in disbelief as I look back over the last 11 or so years. I didn’t think I’d survive. Only very recently have I grown strong enough to embark on the deliberate path of wiping off the mud.  I’m smiling, beyond grateful for the fortitude and support that carried me through what felt like perpetual drowning … Continue reading Crawling Out of the Mud

Falling in Love with an Older Man. And Carrots.

I stay open to changing my mind. I plan to keep changing my mind and admitting I don’t know, especially when it comes to nutritional research and “diets.”  I will not pretend to have the answers. However, I promise to have many ideas.   At this point, I’ve checked off every possible diet, from raw fruitarian to strict carnivore. I have ignored cues and cravings from … Continue reading Falling in Love with an Older Man. And Carrots.

Milk Powder Pancakes

Just two months ago, I was blending up leftover cooked beef or rotisserie chicken and eggs to make something that sort of resembled pancakes. Meat-cakes!  With a splash of maple syrup and a dollop of butter, they weren’t half bad. They even looked like the real deal, and browned up quite nicely, only tasting somewhat suspicious if you thought too long about the ingredients.  Over … Continue reading Milk Powder Pancakes