The opposite of addiction is not sobriety. The opposite of addiction is connection.
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Oz loves his freedom of speech, but isn’t so big on his oath to “first do no harm.” Continue reading The Dr. Oz Effect
Frank Solivan is a hunter, a fisherman, a poet. He writes songs, sings, and is the leader of Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen. Their latest album, Cold Spell, was nominated for the Grammy for 2015’s best bluegrass album of the year. Oh, and he’s a trained chef. Here he shares his recipe for Mexican oxtail soup.
By Frank Solivan Continue reading Making Oxtail Soup with Frank Solivan
Food touches us all. We put it into our bodies, it’s intimate and personal, and while we can make choices about what we eat, abstinence is not one of those choices. Whether we’re eating a 20-ounce steak, poi, or quinoa salad, it’s an expression of who we are, where we’ve come from, and where we intend to go.
By Glen Herbert Continue reading What we eat
I used to think that ADHD was made up, and that kids were being medicated for the wrong reasons, such as a need to normalize them or manage them. I see things differently now.
By Glen Herbert Continue reading Making sense of ADD
When we were young, cooties were the height of disgust and fear. And they still are.
By Glen Herbert Continue reading House of Horrors
The numbers and the minutia are really not as important as the concept: foods with a high glycemic index release glucose more quickly, which results in a spike in blood sugar. Which is the mechanics behind the old saw that you are what you eat.
by Glen Herbert Continue reading What you need to know about the glycemic index, and why
Girls not only have ADHD, they have it just as much as boys, and they may suffer its effects longer and more deeply than boys.
By Glen Herbert Continue reading Listening to the Social Butterfly