A Simple Addition To Your Meals With Surprising Health Benefits

When was the last time you ​went out of your way to eat something that tastes bitter? Wild food enthusiasts and herbalists know that the bitter taste triggers a cascade of health benefits including improved digestion, reduced cravings, and increased well-being.

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New Beginnings in the Garden of You

We all have an inner life — an inner “garden.” When we neglect it, the useful, beautiful things in it whither and diminish, and the weeds take over. This post shares ways to help your inner garden thrive by tending it in alignment with Nature’s seasons.

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How to Make Home Grown Food Simpler and Easier

The best way to get more effective at growing your own food is to make it super easy to eat something directly from your garden on a daily basis. Here are 5 categories of low-maintenance food plants (or plant parts) you might have been overlooking, and strategies for using them to build more food sovereignty into your life.

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Easy, Natural Ways to Increase the Available Minerals in Your Diet

Assuming you’re eating the healthiest plant foods, grown in the healthiest soil, that you can find or afford, what else can you do to increase your mineral intake without using pills?

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What’s Happened to Your Mineral Intake?

Minerals are ​essential to life, but they’ve become dramatically less available to us in the food we eat. This article explores why.

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Weeds: Real Nutrition for Free

Wild edibles (aka weeds) provide better nutrition than supermarkets ever can, for free.

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