“What The Health” constructs valid points about food’s connection to disease and the problems with our modern food system, while, unfortunately, completely misrepresenting studies to support a vegan agenda.
The suspicious lack of nutrition labels on alcoholic beverages may leave you thinking vodka is just vodka, beer is just beer, and wine is just wine. At least that’s what I always thought! I mean, you’d think a wine would be just fermented grape juice, right? Wrong. The truth is, a lot of stuff can go into wines, […]
Imagine wearing your own personal medieval torture device on your wrist, perhaps in glistening neon pink, if such fits your fancy! While it invokes the spirit of the fitness-minded Fitbit , or the life-organizing Apple watch, this one is slightly more sinister… and potentially more life changing. It has the power, through the implementation of a precisely […]
I did it. It’s one of those things I want to PROCLAIM TO THE WORLD, except I cannot do so without appearing like an utter freak. (Which perhaps I am, but one must keep up appearances.) So I shall now silently proclaim it to the virtual world: The switch to natural deodorant has been accomplished! It […]
Whatever you put in your mouth gets instant access to your body. I don’t know about you, but I’d personally rather not be swallowing soap, fluoride, dyes, and other chemicals every day. Also consider that your teeth only receive nutrients and minerals from direct contact, so what you put in your mouth is key! Of course, a […]
When you adopt a whole foods, natural, AVOID THE TOXINS, live as nature intended, can-I- just-be-a-cavegirl?-(not) lifestyle, you begin acquiring a lot of weird gadget/life hack objects. Unlike most weird gadget/life hack objects which end up forgotten relics of a technological age long past (here’s looking at you iCybie, AKA: my surrogate AIBO), these newfound tidbits surpass mere […]
It’s perplexing to encounter antithetical nutritional advice from a voice overwhelmingly encompassing one’s overall worldview. I just finished reading T. Colin Campbell’s Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrtion, and I gotta say, it’s got me scratching my head. On the one hand, I could not agree more with Campbell’s framing metaphysics and epistemology. He believes consuming […]
Check out the first video in my “Winning Wine” series, in which I profile perhaps the most well known red variety: the Cabernet Sauvignon. Fun fact! The Cabernet Sauvignon is actually a relatively new type of wine, which came about from an accidental hookup between the Cabernet Franc and Sauvning Blanc. Who knew they’d have such a famous […]