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“Live to 120 years old by eating as much as you want and drinking lots of red wine!”
That’s the intriguing finding of a recent study from Harvard researcher David Sinclair and his group.
If you know Gaiam Life, you probably know Lime.com. It’s a fun, fresh site that brings you “healthy living with a twist” just like Gaiam Life. That’s why we’re excited to announce that Lime.com has merged with GaiamLife.com. It’s a good fit — both sites offer reliable, seriously interesting information on green living, wellness and personal growth. Gaiam Life is like Lime with a makeover: great personality with a new look.
Your digestive system might be making you fat. It’s hard to believe, but very true!
Today, I’m going to explain how the bugs in your digestive tract and the way they upset your gut’s immune system just might be behind those extra pounds. I have observed this in hundreds of patients. Remarkable new research has recently confirmed this phenomenon. I have developed very effective treatments for it, based on understanding the way in which all the body’s systems – the gut, the immune system, detoxification system, hormones and more – are connected.
Every week we highlight the best articles, blogs, news, videos and interesting Web tidbits to help you live green, be healthy, and connect with your sense of spirituality. However, since one of us was feeling a bit “under the weather” last Friday, we are posting today instead. Enjoy!
Every week we highlight the best articles, blogs, news, videos and interesting Web tidbits to help you live green, be healthy, and connect with your sense of spirituality. Read our roundup for info that just helps you live better.
Autumn is my favorite time of year, especially when it comes to food. During the summer, I get sick of cooking. I worry that my fish has gone bad during the steamy car trip home from the supermarket, I hate turning on the oven and heating up the house, and I have even started getting bored with making stuff on the grill.
One of the excuses people so often think is a “good” excuse for slacking off is “I don’t have enough time to exercise.” The problem with that is, it is just an excuse. And all excuses do is build a wall around us and what we say we want — by allowing us to believe that circumstances out of our control define what we choose to do in our life.