“Food For Thought” Articles
The Function of Foods Excerpt from “Uncooked Foods and How To Use Them” by Eugene Christian (highly recommended)
Adventures in Diet By Vilhjalmur Stefansson – Harper’s Monthly Magazine, November 1935.
Allergies by Denie Hiestand
Aromatherapy and Essential Oils by Ryan N. Harrison MA
Aromatherapy – The Art and Science of Using Essential Oils
Bach Flower Remedies – How to select and use Bach Flower remedies
Earthing – Book sample (first 50 pages) Learn about the importance of connecting to the energy of the earth using our bare feet.
Electricity for Health in the 21st Century by Carole Punt
Hair is our Antenna – connecting our spirit to the oneness
The Inuit Paradox – How can people who gorge on fat and rarely see a vegetable be healthier than we are?
The Myths of Vegetarianism by Stephen Byrnes, PhD – Originally published in the Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients, July 2000. Revised January 2002 – “An unflinching determination to take the whole evidence into account is the only method of preservation against the fluctuating extremes of fashionable opinion.” Alfred North Whitehead
Rabbit Starvation Vilhjalmur Stefansson on why we couldn’t survive on rabbits alone.
Salt Good Salt vs Bad Salt
The Secret History of Milk – The Truth About Nature’s Miracle Food
Understanding Earthing (Grounding) Gaétan Chevalier, Ph.D., and James L. Oschman, Ph.D.
Whey Protein: Health or Hype? by Denie Hiestand – author of “Electrical Nutrition”
Antoine Bechamp – “As the microzymas of the destroyed bacteria are also living, it follows that these microzymas are the living end of all cellular organization which in turn, turn into all living things, beings, organs everything They are the end and the beginning of all physical life. All cells, organs, all living forms are built from these ‘little bodies’.”
Biological Transmutations by C. Louis Krevran
The Origin of Life What is that certain something that sparked life to begin? What is the real origin of life? We will answer this question….
Understanding your skin – your body’s largest organ by Denie Hiestand
Creating World Class Soils by John Todd Phd
The Soil Food Web – Tuning in to the world beneath our feet. Elaine Ingham, Ph.D., has been at the forefront of educating farmers about the value of understanding soil life.
Moth and Candle The male cabbage looper moth is attracted to the acetate molecule given off by the female, which happens to be the exact same as is emitted by a candle flame. The male moth is highly attracted to and dies attempting to mate with the candle flame.
Patterns in Nature by David Pratt – Humans have always looked upon the beauty, majesty, and ingenuity of the world around them with reverent wonder. The grandeur of the heavens, the regular rhythms of the sun and moon, the myriads of living creatures in all their splendid diversity, the magnificence of a rose flower, a butterfly’s wings or a snow crystal…
Patterns in Nature – Richie Khandelwal – A hike in the woods or a walk along the beach reveals an endless variety of forms. Nature abounds in spectral colors and intricate shapes – the rainbow mosaic of a butterfly’s wing; the delicate curlicue of a grape tendril; the undulating ripples of a desert dune. But these miraculous creations not only delight the imagination, they also challenge our understanding. How do these patterns develop? What sorts of rules and guidelines, shape the patterns in the world around us?
Rethinking the Basis of Technology Explaining the concept of implosion (vortex), natures secret.
Water and the Role of Polarities in Nature by Alick Bartholomew