Kiss the Ground

By Sandra G. Malhotra I could not agree more with the sentiment above – and hugging trees, too. I am therefore very excited about a new book about regenerative farming by Josh Tickell entitled Kiss the Ground: How the Food We Eat Can Reverse Climate Change, Heal Your Body & Ultimately Save Our World. What’s great is that Josh and Rebecca Harrell Tickell are also producing a documentary of the same name, so be on the lookout for that. I had the opportunity to ask Josh a several questions about regenerative farming and included an excerpt here. Sandra: Your...

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Sandra Recommends: Zi Zai Dermatology

Cosmetic Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Dermatology at Zi Zai Dermatology Review by Sandra G. Malhotra Many Regenerate readers are likely familiar with acupuncture and use it to regain or maintain good health. But did you know that about a specialty called cosmetic acupuncture? I initially learned about it when I interviewed acupuncturist Terry Fox for my radio show in 2015. I was intrigued and decided to sign up for a program this year with Terry at Zi Zai Dermatology as a 50th birthday present to myself. In this article, I’ll describe my experience and then allow acupuncturist Terry...

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What if we didn’t fight the cancer?

Publisher’s Note for Oct/Nov/Dec 2017 Issue By Sandra G. Malhotra, Ph.D. The popular lexicon around cancer is a concern to me because we often hear about the “battle”, “fight”, or “war”. This issue is an invitation to think about a cancer diagnosis differently. Perhaps it is not a battle to be won so that life can return to “normal.” Rather, it is a call to an inner journey to be traveled, just like other serious challenges that provide us the opportunity for deep introspection and growth. A chance to establish a new and better normal. Why? Because the cancer...

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How a Lack of Sleep Affects the Brain

In the blog post ‘Eat Well to Work Well’ by Kristen Metsch, she mentioned some of the things that people need to eat in order to function well in the office. The article also discussed the many variables that tend to affect the way people sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, adults need to sleep at least 8 hours a day. However, just how many adults follow this important tip? Not a lot, unfortunately, and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) has a study to back it up. They state that one in three American adults, or...

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The Official Stance vs. The Facts

Publisher’s Note for July/August/September 2017 Issue By Sandra G. Malhotra, Ph.D. The official government stance regarding vaccines is: • Vaccines are safe • Vaccines are effective • Vaccines are necessary But here are other facts to consider [1]: • Number of studies showing vaccine-autism link: 97 • Number of studies quoted by vaccine inventor multi-millionaire and promoter Paul Offit showing no vaccine-autism link: 14 • Rate of autism in 1980’s: 1 in 10,000 • Rate of autism in 2015: 1 in 68 • Projected rate of autism in 2025: 1 in 2 • Number of doses recommended for the...

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