The Wanderlust blog reminds us of the importance of creativity, and why it can be freeing, healing and so good for us!
How I rid my body of oketsu, or “dirty blood,” through diet and exercise.
Learn how to use psyllium husk, and why a daily dose can improve your overall health and wellness. Cheers for happy poops!
What is kombucha, exactly? We delve into the secrets behind this allegedly magical fermented elixir.
These natural, home remedies for eczema can help bring soothing relief to tired, itchy skin!
There are dozens of natural remedies for anxiety, and we have both lifestyle and food solutions to your anxiety and stress concerns.
Takeru Kobayashi is a world-renowned competitive eater from Japan, especially known as 6-consecutive-year winner of July 4th hot dog eating contest. We’re obviously not big fans of competitive eating around here, but in a recent interview, Kobayashi revealed some tricks of the trade that were pretty interesting.
Learn how to make ginger tea from fresh ginger for delicious sipping as you harness this spice’s natural healing properties!
Instead of covering up seasonal allergy symptoms with pills, try Japanese semi-fasting for allergies. You might be surprised at how effective it can be.
We’ve compiled the 5 best TED talks about women’s health. Topics range from physical health to spiritual wellness, and encourage us to become our best self!
This liver cleanse regiment is all about dietary changes to help support a healthy liver during this transition from winter to spring.
The bone broth myth is pervasive this season, but is bone broth all it’s cracked up to be? We look at the recent news & share a truly healing broth recipe.
Yoga’s natural healing benefits extend beyond a relaxing stretch. Yoga is good for everything from sex to PTSD. Learn some surprising benefits of yoga!
New research from UC Berkley indicates that experiencing feelings of joy and positivity may have anti-inflammatory effects on our bodies.
Check out this video (it’s about 17 minutes long) and learn about how Big Pharma is not your friend.