Food is a big part of our lives and plays a role in developing our awareness of ourselves, people around us, the world, and the universe we are held within. So what en masse are we as a humanity sharing and discussing about the subject of food? Is it possible that there is so much more to expand on than current media feeds and societal conversations cook up?
Food labelling standards and our food choices
What has happened to the quality of our foods over the past 30-50 years? Are we aware of what we are actually eating and its quality?
How do we break the cycle of our ill-eating habits?
Food cravings, poor eating habits? Is it a lack of willpower? Time to get honest about food.
An eye for food
The highly sensitive eye is just as susceptible to the poisons of sugar and excess carbohydrates as the rest of the body. The eye responds to stress negatively.
The Livingness and Food
Leaders like David Perlmutter, Daniel Amen, Chris Kresser, Mark Hyman and Serge Benhayon are now thoroughly exposing the food industry and its malpractices. Food is responsibility and medicine.
Can food and love co-exist?
The FDA of America has slapped Nashoba with a warning for its use of the word Love in its Food Products!
Everything in moderation – how we fake being alright
Everything in moderation, what is that? A ‘truth’ we live by or a cunning deception to shut down our awareness?
Portion distortion: lost track of how much to eat?
Should we be asking: why have we lost track of how much to eat?
Rat parks, obesity, food, behaviour and connection
The stunning trends of obesity expose the way we live and our lack of purpose and community connection.
Most cancers are almost completely preventable
Seyfried is saying “You can’t get cancer if you are Mitochondria healthy, which points to a Ketogenic diet and to avoid the common high sugar, high carbohydrate diet that most people follow today. High drama ahead when the medical world catches up.”
Coffee, cake and charities?
This article exposes the wilful blindness of some charities that seek to raise money, whilst living a life of neglect and lack of self-care.