Is there such a thing as a healthy sugar? The latest research says no.
1. What are some of the most inspiring cultural shifts you have seen since Diet for a New America was published? People are growing increasingly aware that what we do to the earth, we do to ourselves; that how we treat animals says something important about who we are as people; and that confining animals in factory farms produces food that is damaging to the health of our bodies, our world, and our spirits. 2. If you could change one mainstream misconception about our relationship to food,...
An excerpt from Plant-Powered for Life by Sharon Palmer
New studies show a strong correlation between depression and binge eating disorder and researchers are now looking for more holistic ways to treat people’s moods and their relationships with food.
If you’ve ever found yourself reaching for a carton of ice cream when under pressure, you’re not the only one – and your cravings for sweets when you’re stressed may be based in science.
Important news for pregnant women: A flurry of studies support that iodine boosts IQ.
Throughout human history, spiritual seekers have used sacred plants and fungi for healing, visionary encounters, and mystical experience. Though this history has been largely obfuscated by prohibitionist attitudes and misinformation, entheogens—substances that “generate the experience of God within...
Writer Chris Koentges heads to Fiji to fill his belly with an authentic indigenous experience.
Embrace the core of a bodhisattva experience: spreading joy both inside and out.
Look no farther than your backyard for this season’s tastiest and most nutritious greens.
Practitioners of panchakarma go beyond the basic cleanse to deeply purify body and soul.