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Archive for the ‘Health & Healing’ Category
Book by Michael Kane
For most of us, a broken heart is simply a fact of life, something that inevitably happens sooner or later, whether from the loss of a beloved childhood pet or the person you thought was your soulmate. In a perfect world we’d be sad for a little while and then move on, [...]
Directed by Tiffany Shlain
When I sat down to watch Tiffany Shlain’s Connected, I expected a film about the hazards of our cultural addiction to technology, and the highly relatable first few minutes reinforced that impression.
However, I should have paid more attention to the subtitle. Shlain states that her film is about what it means [...]
You can remain in a state of contraction, or release and realign with truth
Formerly plus-size vegetarian Jaime Berube explains why you don’t have to eat meat to get your protein needs met
By Elizabeth Barker
If you’re still struggling with blemishes way past your teen years, take a look at your eating routine. A report recently published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics indicates that overdoing it on foods high on the glycemic index could leave you more acne-prone, and that shaking up your [...]
By Wendy Strgar
Lubrication is a fact of life. In any relationship where working parts are at play, whether it be an engine, a dinner party or an evening of love, everything works better when it is “well oiled.” Lubrication allows for glide, ease and effectiveness. When lubrication is working well, it is invisible, a thought [...]
By Eizabeth Barker
One more reason to fill up on omega-3s: a new study from the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry shows that the essential fatty acids found in fish oil and flaxseed may help cut your breast cancer risk. In tests on mice genetically engineered to develop mammary tumors, scientists discovered that animals exposed to omega-3 [...]
By Elizabeth Barker
Those late-in-the-day meals might be messing with your weight-loss efforts. According to a new study from the International Journal of Obesity, people who eat their largest meal earlier in the day may shed more pounds and slim down faster than dieters who save their most sizeable meal for later on.
The study involved 420 [...]
Culinary reinvention at LA’s most romantic restaurant