Why camping, as a vacation 🙂 I catch up on sleep. My body has time for maintenance in its immune system, hormonal balancing, appetite regulation, etc. I slept about 10 hrs/ night and then still napped many afternoons… Why camping? It resets my circadian (i.e. daily) rhythm. Exposing myself to minimal artificial light allows the…

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We need sunshine to make vitamin D, yet, we hear so much about the danger of too much sun radiation contributing to an increase of skin cancer risk. So what should you do? Moderation, of course! “Sunscreen should be your last resort.” Wear clothes to protect your skin from direct exposure Plan around the sun…

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I’m relieved to say that it all works out in the end. I share this so that you know that I, too, understand what it’s like to be a patient. What it’s like to want, no need, to be cared for. Here’s my story, doctor as patient… Detection Baseline info: I’m a lumpy person. I…

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Chemistry can get confusing; the take-home is this: if you do your part to minimize toxins – solvents, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, heavy metals, and plastics – within your home and your diet, your body’s detoxification pathways will be better equipped to handle the toxins that you do come in contact with that you can’t possibly…

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Identifying what’s harmful is key to limiting daily exposure to environmental toxins. We can’t control everything that we come in contact with, but we can try to minimize toxin exposure where we can. Being able to identify toxins is the first step to remedy the “I’m full of what?!?!” reaction that most people have when they learn the truth of…

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