Do you have restless legs? Do you get stressed irritable and fatigued, have trouble getting to sleep? Do you get cramps, suffer from fibromyalgia, muscle aches and pains? Do you suffer from period pain – mood swings, fluid retention, premenstrual migraines? Well, magnesium could be the missing link as these are all indicators that you Read More
Originally posted from: http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com/candida-gut-flora-allergies-and-disease
Allergies are symptoms of an overwhelmed immune system trying frantically to defend itself from any and all possible threats. Allergy medications suppress symptoms, and symptom suppression eventually leads to disease. Food allergies, seasonal allergies, and most of the other kinds… [read]…
Originally posted from: http://www.chopra.com/ccl/7-health-benefits-of-owning-a-pet
Pets are more than just furry companions; they can provide their owners with numerous benefits, including improved emotional and physical health.
There are few things better than coming home from a stressful day at work to an excited dog or cat that is able to provide you with the comfort and
Originally posted from: http://www.chopra.com/ccl/8-ways-to-improve-your-sleep-habits
Do you have trouble sleeping at night? Is anxiety and stress keeping you awake? Try these eight tips to improve your sleep habits.
Sleep is critical for good health and well-being.
UK based General Practitioner and homeopath, Dr. Jayne Donegan, was formerly a strong supporter of her country’s Universal Childhood Vaccination Programme. In this article, Dr. Donegan explains the research that led her to change her opinion, and how daring to… [read]…
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After becoming fed up with people questioning him about what exactly vegans can eat, British Rastafarian reggae star Macka B went ahead and wrote a song all about it, called ‘Wha Me Eat’.
Though veganism is hardly new, the subject of what exactly vegans can eat is a popular question from carnivorously minded people. But constantly explaining his diet to curious fans obviously became too much for this dancehall legend, so he proceeded to create this song.
The tune and accompanying video play out as a musical grocery list with hilarious lines such as:
“When I tell people I don’t eat meat, fish or dairy
“They look at me strangely
“They don’t realise I eat a very wide variety…
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A student at the Iceland Academy of Arts has invented an eco-friendly water bottle. Instead of using plastic, he used a material that decomposes easily: algae.
Most water bottles have a life span of about 450 years, although the really stubborn ones take up to a thousand years to break down. In the US alone, consumption of these plastics reach 50 billion yearly!
That’s why product design student Ari Jonsson came up with a bottle made from algal, a product of algae. It maintains its shape as long as it’s full. Once it’s empty, though, it starts going back to the environment.
“I read that 50 per cent of plastic is used once and then thrown away so I feel there is an urgent need to find ways to replace some of the unreal…
Originally posted from: http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com/super-lice-new-strain-resistant-to-chemicals
We’ve seen it before. Over time, bacteria become resistant to antibiotics. Roaches become immune to bug spray. Weeds become immune to herbicides. Adaptation wins. Chemicals lose. Such is life.
The newest winner is lice. A champion strain of “super lice,”… [read]…
Originally posted from: http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com/10-vaccination-myths-and-lies-debunked
One of the biggest lies ever told is that vaccines eradicated disease; improved sanitation eradicated disease. This lie is the big falsehood upon which many other myths are propagated. When lies are repeated enough, they come to be taken as… [read]…
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If whales, dolphins and every other marine animal could talk (to us, anyway), they’d want to give a big thank you to Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski. These two guys are behind the innovative SeaBin, which is an automated rubbish bin that catches floating rubbish, oil, fuel, and other detergents in our water ways.
The SeaBin is designed for floating docks in marinas, private pontoons, inland waterways, residential lakes, harbours, water ways, ports, and yacht clubs. While SeaBins aren’t placed in oceans yet, they’re being placed in areas where floating debris arises.