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Benefits of Fasting

Long-time readers of the Living Intentionally blog know that I am a big fan of fasting. Regular fasting beautifully complements a healthful diet that is rich in healthful fats, adequate in protein and low in non-vegetable carbohydrates and grains. I think fasting is an essential aspect in

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Are You Feeling SAD?

For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, we’ve recently experienced the shortest day (Winter Solstice) and, as of today, the latest sunrise of the year.  It is our wintertime playing out of the seasons. And for some of you reading this, it can be a very

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Unicorn Herd Immunity

We all aspire to experience good health. How we manage to maintain that good health has turned out to be somewhat controversial over the years. Since the advent of vaccine development, more and more vaccinations have become mandatory. While I’m not sure that there’s anything we can

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Acting My Age

Yesterday, I found myself out for yet another long walk. As I had hoped, I found myself in unknown territory again. During the walk, I managed to get myself out onto some really nice hiking paths and, despite not wearing appropriate footwear for hiking, I had a

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Sungazing: Revisiting and Clarifying

In a recent comment, a reader noted some concern with my potentially negative review of sungazing as a means of cultivating personal energy stores. I think some clarification is in order. I love the sun. I generally follow the day-night cycle such that I am up before

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Fighting To Keep You In The Dark

I’m making this article’s graphic a little bit larger than usual because of how important I consider it to be.  I think it’s important not so much because of who was supporting Washington Initiative 522 (2012), but rather who wasn’t supporting it. If you want a real

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Practising What I Preach

Here’s wishing you all a wonderful celebration of the season, in whatever form that appeals to you. Whether you’re all about Santa leaving things under the tree, embracing Yule, focused on the Winter Solstice or some other celebration during this time of the year, I hope it

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Wishing There Were A Cure For ….

If you’ve been on a social networking site such as Facebook or Twitter for any length of time, you’ll no doubt have seen a tweet, post or meme extolling the virtues of recognizing the plight of any number of illnesses and wishing for a cure. Whether it

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Diversity Is Good For You

Today’s message is short and sweet: Get out there and do something different. It doesn’t matter what you do or where you do it. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a matter of wearing different eyeliner than you’d usually choose, trying a different dressing on your salad or

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Food With Integrity

Integrity is something that I take very seriously. It very literally defines our interactions with others. It goes hand-in-hand with authenticity and, in my opinion, determines the trustworthiness of a person, business or organization. Restaurants are in an interesting position. Their market positioning can strongly influence whether

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