Stress Management


Adaptogens & the Healing Response: From Surviving to Thriving

By Donald Yance, Jr., C.N., M.H., R.H., Well Being Journal, Vol. 23, No. 1 All living organisms—including animals, plants, and even bacteria—survive because of their innate or acquired abilities to respond appropriately … [Read More...]



Digestive Disorders & Fermented Foods

By, Larissa Long in Vol. 22, No. 1 Your digestive system rarely gets the respect it deserves. Its functions go way beyond breaking down food, sending nutrients into your bloodstream, and eliminating waste products. In fact, … [Read More...]

Things That Make You Go Hmm…


Identifying & Treating Food Allergies: Special Focus on Autistic Children

By Elizabeth Strickland, Vol. 18, No. 6. Food allergies are becoming a serious concern for American children. An estimated 6 to 8 percent of children under the age of three suffer from food allergies, and the numbers … [Read More...]


Can Environmental Factors Trigger Autism?

By Jane Hersey, Well Being Journal, Vol. 18, No. 3. A new study from Cornell University has found that environmental factors associated with staying inside too much because of a rainy climate, such as that found in … [Read More...]


Dietary Options for Autistic Children

By Jane Hersey, Well Being Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3. Autism is more common in the United States than previously estimated, affecting about one in 150 children, and is an urgent public health concern, according to a new … [Read More...]


Just How Necessary Are Vaccines Anyway?

In his book, Searching for Safety, Aaron Wildavsky (pages 67-68) quotes the respected physician and researcher Lewis Thomas, M.D., for substantiation of the view that health and longevity for humans improved, not because … [Read More...]

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