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May 2018

Earthing

While there's a resurgence of interest in the practice of Earthing, it's not new. In the 1800s, there was an interest in Germany in a back-to-nature movement. While it didn't catch on with the rest of the world, by the 1920's the benefit of sleeping on the ground was investigated by Dr. White. It included studies of connecting people to the ground by attaching copper wires to grounded water, radiator or gas pipes. Today, there's more interest than ever in the potential for receiving benefit from direct contact to the ground to tap into the supply of electrons from the...

Get Relief From Back Pain

Whether it's the upper back, mid back or lower back, back pain can ruin your day. It can interfere with productivity and make you want to can get relief from back pain. One way is to get a massage. A massage not only helps your muscles relax, it also improves circulation, boosts endorphins and relieves stress. Studies show it does more than just help you feel good while you're getting the massage, it also helps lessen future back pain. If you have access to a heated pool, your body's buoyancy in water helps relieve the pressure of gravity. Stretch your muscles...

Avoiding The Dirty Dozen

If you want to eliminate the potential for chemicals and toxins in your food, you can do it in a number of ways. One is by avoiding the dirty dozen. The dirty dozen is the name given to produce that contains higher amounts of pesticides and chemicals. Each year, the USDA takes samples of fruits and vegetables found in groceries across the country and tests them for 230 pesticides and the residue left when those pesticides break down. The samples are from produce grown in the conventional manner. The EWG---Environmental Working Group---then uses that list to identify not only the...