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Reflections on Health, Healing, and Freedom

Austin, capital of Texas, is a city of charm, diverse culture, warm hospitality, pleasant surprises. That is, it was for me after a visit that spanned a short but intensive five days. Traveling between cold weather fronts, and not the least inconvenienced thereby, I had a chance to meet and interview a small sampling of the amazing people who are…

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Structured Water Education Continues

The last several years have immersed me deeper into the subject of health; factors that keep it around, as well as those that tend to make it go away. We are led to believe that ‘disease’ is something that “comes-a-visiting”, victimizing some and passing by others, and then leaves. It’s really a latter day a fairy tale, except that so…

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A Matter of Choice: The Power of Fear or Love on Swine Flu

In the face of the panic button that has been pushed around the swine flu and its potential implications, it would be wise to consider that the past doesn’t have to repeat itself, and in spite of all the stress-inducing alarmist hype, our worst fears don’t have to happen, and most often do not. The dictum to “remember the past…

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Keys to Health: Misplaced but Not Lost

Since I started my radio show, Talk for Food, I’ve met many extraordinary people, whom we’ve recognized as kindred, and friends. We’re all extraordinary, and when I say “we,” I’m not referring to “me and my friends,” but all of humanity. You are extraordinary, as well as that man or woman down the street, or that group you think is…

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Why Dr. House Doesn't Prescribe Living Clay

Living clay. It can be used topically. It can be used internally. It can be sprinkled on your granola, or included in a smoothie. It can be added to soups or stews. In each case, using certain living clays will do something that is naturally beneficial for your body. How beneficial? How about drawing toxins to itself like leeches suck…

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