I have studied diet and nutrition for decades; have personally tried at least a dozen different diets; and have watched documentaries and experts battle with one another for the “truth” about what diet is best. Here is a great article about a multi-year, multi-country study that is remarkably free of hype:
Like many, I was appalled, afraid and saddened by the events in Charlottesville.
Here is an excellent article by a historian that reminds (or teaches) us how history and heritage are conflated and confused…..and the reality that America was never “white.”
As more information comes forward about global climate change (and the more we experience it in our own lives), it can be easy to feel fear and discouragement. Here is an article that gives hope based upon science, and nature’s amazing ability to adapt…and our ability to understand that adaptation and consciously deploy and spread it.
Winners of the National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest…a chance to savor and celebrate nature, humans, and cities…our beauty:
Here’s a great free data base from the Environmental Working Group to help you discover the quality of your drinking water from your tap:
Do you know folks who are on the fence about climate change…if so, here’s a great animation to send them:
The “fat is bad for you” and “saturated fat is worse” memes are still going strong. So here is a great article by Dr. Mark Hyman that is straightforward, only a little technical, and clear:
As we lament the high cost of health care here in the USA, here’s something to give you hope:
The winners of the eighth annual Audubon Photography Awards competition have been announced…and their photos are gorgeous. Let your eyes rest upon some unadulterated beauty: