Tag Archives: preventative medicine

Spotlight on Fasting

Fasting can be a fraught topic in the health and wellness industry. It is often confused with dieting and starvation, but it is neither. Many health practitioners are wary of recommending it due to the stigma of advising someone to eat less. However, that doesn’t change the fact that fasting has a lot of health […]

I Detoxed My Cat and Dog!

Animal detox can be a bit overwhelming, especially if you can’t find a lot of information online about it. That’s where we come in! If you are wondering about detoxing your cat, you can read this article, or if you have a dog, this is the article for you. We know that it can feel scary to take your […]

How to Detox The Kidneys & Bladder

We’ve posted about the function and importance of detoxifying the liver and gallbladder, the stomach and bowels, the lymphatic system, and the endocrine glands. So, now it’s time to focus on the kidneys and bladder! Most people know a little about the kidneys and bladder, but a more in depth understanding of even their most […]

Detox with Castor Oil

Castor Oil is often referred to as a powerful tool to aid in detoxification, and for good reason as this oil has been used medicinally for millennia. Let’s learn about it’s history, it’s numerous health benefits, and how to use it. What is the History of Castor Oil? Castor Oil has a long and illustrious history […]

Introducing… Dan McDonald

Dan the Man barely needs any introduction! He is a legend in this community who has helped to transform many lives and inspire so much positive change in the raw food movement. Many of us were introduced to him from his very successful YouTube channel, liferegenerator where he now has over two hundred and seventy two thousand subscribers. […]

This Kills 4.9 Million People Per Year!

What Kills 4.9 Million People Each Year? The Global Burden of Disease Study published in 2012, is the most comprehensive and systematic analysis of causes of death undertaken to date. It involves nearly 500 researchers from more than 300 institutions in 50 countries, with almost 100,000 data sources. What did the researchers find? Here in […]