I am vowing to start a love affair with…stress. After all, most of us come face-to-face with some form of stress on pretty much a daily basis. We may as well learn to love anything (or anyone) we deal with that frequently. It makes life easier and, after watching Kelly McGonigal’s TED Talk on the subject, […]
You’ll find over 150 recipes in 13 categories that go beyond breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert in Internal Bliss: Recipes Designed for Those Following the Gut and Psychology Syndrome™ Diet, published by International Nutrition, Inc. Gut and Psychology Syndrome™, or GAPS, was coined by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride to describe the link between certain digestive and psychological […]
Let’s play a game. It’s a lot like Jeff Foxworthy’s “You might be a redneck if…” routine—but not nearly as amusing. This version is called “You might be hypothyroid if…” You have the energy level of a sloth, yet your sleep is restless almost every night. You lose enough hair in the shower each day […]
The term “natural medicine” refers to any nutritional supplement or herbal formula used for a therapeutic purpose. Natural medicines differ from pharmaceutical drugs in that they are naturally occurring, are not synthetic chemicals, and when used properly are relatively free of adverse reactions. However, these formulas are still medicines. When used inappropriately, they can cause […]
One of the most talked about health issues today is intestinal hyperpermeability, otherwise known as leaky gut syndrome. Unfortunately, this is a topic close to my heart—or in this case, my gut. Not a fun thing to deal with, but with correct nutritional counseling and understanding the nature of a leaky gut, I’ve made great […]
At Selene River Press, we’re excited about our new website and our new blog. The SRP Blog is your new place to go to find out about important educational events, get luscious and healthy recipes, stay ahead with current nutrition news, read fascinating articles in the SRP Historical Archives, and find out valuable information in […]
One of the most powerful liver cleansers is the juice of the grass grown from wheat berries. The Causes of Toxicity The liver is an essential part of your body’s ability to neutralize and eliminate toxins. In this regard, it is like the oil filter in your car. Over time, several factors can make the […]
The great thing about attending Weston A. Price Foundation conferences is they have them on both sides of the country this fall. If you can’t make their conference in the fall in Georgia, then we suggest you consider attending their Regional Conference, which will be held in Portland, Oregon, on September 21 and 22, 2013. […]
Do you feel grumpy, irritable, or antisocial? The pharmaceutical industry promises to squelch these manifestations of mood with pills, and antidepressants do work for some people—but at what cost?
What are the symptoms of an overly acidic body? Or an overly alkaline one? And which factors truly determine the level of acidity in the body? (Hint: Diet is not the most important one.)
Do you carry ten extra pounds you just can’t seem to lose? Do you wake up more tired than when you went to bed? Are you plagued by digestion or sinus troubles or mysterious aches and pains? All of these can be the result of an unknown food sensitivity.