Don’t freak out, but you should know it’s very possible that you have a parasite. You may only think of parasites as something that gives you diarrhea on holiday in a tropical third-world country, but actually, parasites are just as rampant in the Western world, and are related to illness and disease of ALL kinds. Yes, even we, your gurus for all things Primal, have both had parasites that have significantly affected our health.
In a perfectly primal world where our bodies thrive in pristine health, this is something that comes as naturally as breathing, and we wouldn’t ever have to think about it. But today, millions of people develop disease which often starts from not doing this incredibly important daily ritual: pooping.
Ross McDonald from Macquaridale Biodynamic Wines in Australia’s Hunter Valley wine region, explains the difference between commercial, organic and biodynamic wines.
A detox doesn’t have to be a complicated, expensive or difficult process. Actually, there are ways you can detoxify your body in less than 5 minutes with nothing more than a spoon or sponge. No matter how careful we are with our diet and lifestyle choices, there are still many toxins in our environment which accumulate in our bodies.
A man in Arizona, USA, reached his 110th birthday! Bernardo LaPallo says good old father’s advice and simple foods helped him reach his milestone birthday.
Luxury, of course, right? We’d be so healthy and rejuvenated if only we had more money, comforts, alone time, and maybe some pampering. That’s definitely what I used to think…
Smoking, drinking, late nights, no breakfast and tons of bread! We...
The Turkish are definitely addicted to high levels of personal cleanliness. The Turkish Bath or ‘Hammam’ is a unique traditional way the Turkish have bathed. Check out Brad’s quick video he took after his session. Sorry for the darkness of the video!
Will drinking better quality water improve your quality and length of life? Join Brad and his client and good mate John on Kythera Island in Greece and learn about the high quality water that the local island people drink that is attributed the high life expectancies of the population.
According to the WHO stats, the Japanese are some of the longest living people in the world. But a long life doesn’t necessarily mean a healthy one. Personally, we would rather add life to our years than years to our life, so we like to study healthy people and copy what they do. Here’s what we found when we lived in and visited Japan and analysed their diet and lifestyle…