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Thankfully, there’s no shortage of natural options for treating common childhood illnesses, and many have been providing children (and parents) relief for thousands of years. “I recommend natural home remedies first,” says Emma Baker, ND, a primary-care physician and naturopath based in Bend, Oregon (http://dremmabaker.com). “What we’re usually […] Continue Reading ->
Craving a savory, healthy dip for your afternoon snack? This cauliflower hummus provides all the flavor of traditional chickpea hummus—using tahini, garlic, and lemon —and adds a kick with cumin and curry spices! Serve with fresh, sliced vegetables like bell peppers, or your favorite chip. Ingredients 1 small […] Continue Reading ->
This week’s guest is Kyle Kingsbury, Director of Human Optimization at Onnit. Kyle is a former competitive UFC fighter and now spends his time learning and teaching others about better ways to live their lives! In our conversation, we cover a lot of ground, including Kyle’s role at […] Continue Reading ->
Fruit’s role in the diets of our ancestors can be traced back millions of years. Before our distant, ape-like ancestors ventured down from the trees and took up residence on the ground, fruit apparently constituted a large part of their diet.5 Over time, our ancestors had evolved a […] Continue Reading ->
This simple chicken salad is creamy and delicious—with some added crunch from the macadamia nuts and celery. It’s a wonderful dish for lunch or a light supper, and is a great make-ahead meal. Prep time: 5 minutes Yield: 4 servings Ingredients 3 cups cooked chicken, chopped 1/2 cup […] Continue Reading ->
This week we speak with Cal Newport, computer science professor and author of Digital Minimalism. Our conversation is all about how we can use technology strategically and reduce the harmful effects of the addictive habits and platforms that have crept into our lives over the past decade. We talk […] Continue Reading ->
Colds and the flu affect nearly everyone at one time or another. And while there is no cure for the common cold, the answer to “getting over it” for the majority of society is usually found in some sort of well-marketed over-the-counter medication or powder, such as: Emergen-C […] Continue Reading ->
Before the advent of Valentine’s Day, romantic dinners by candlelight, and libido-boosting supplements, ancient cultures turned to the one aspect of life they knew they could rely on when it comes to lighting the spark of arousal: food. These key foods, referred to as aphrodisiacs, have been used […] Continue Reading ->
Ingredients 3 large zucchini, spiralized or julienned 1/4 cup fresh lime juice 1/4 cup sweet chili sauce (tomato-based) 3 TBSP coconut aminos 2 TBSP coconut sugar 1 TBSP anchovy paste 4 TBSP coconut oil 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 lb medium shrimp, peeled and deveined 8 scallions, trimmed, […] Continue Reading ->

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