“It is easier to act yourself into a new way of thinking, than it is to think yourself into a new way of acting.” — Millard Fuller
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Apps to "make you happier, calmer, and more successful." There’s even an app for writing letters. Like, real ones.
Still following this thread: What if the Placebo Effect Isn’t a Trick?
Need something stronger? Psilocybin Could Be Legal for Therapy by 2021.
Even so, fiber: Interest in gut health of children creates opportunities for prebiotics.⤵
I called it: These are hitting your radar in 2019 if they haven’t already. "There are two types of fiber: insoluble and soluble. Insoluble fiber is known commonly as 'roughage,' and due to its dense matter, it can't be broken down in the gut. Therefore, it continues on its path, relieving constipation and helping with regularity. Soluble fiber binds to cholesterol and sugar, slowing their absorption into the blood. Even more exciting is its ability to help boost "good" bacteria in the gut, making it a perfect prebiotic to help keep your microbiome thriving. Both are important to consume regularly." - MBG
Dr. Dean & Anne Ornish on The Power of Lifestyle Medicine to Undo Disease & Live Better from Rich Roll, always bringing the best. (I will read their new book.)
Stan’s book Realms of the Human Unconscious has been the catalyst for so many good people choosing to work with psychedelics. I started it today.
Beginning in January, I’ll be offering sessions at CAP Beauty! We’re kicking that off with a celebration on January 9th. Please come!
Sir Kensington’s launched spice kits! Full disclosure, I’m marrying the human who led this. :)
I make one workout playlist every year. Here are the jams that fueled my fire. 🚀
How IG Is Driving Food Trends: "Instagram is driving a frenzy in new food introductions with brightly colored foods both at the retail level and food service.” [Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccino and stylized acai bowls and salads, for example.] This trend will lead to more manufacturers embracing brightly colored ingredients, such as the purple yam, acai and blueberries. Given the simultaneous rise of the clean label movement, manufacturers will increasingly need to find sources for bright, natural colors."