Understanding the connection between the food we eat and our emotional wellbeing is crucial to understanding overall health and well-being.
What are some of the major changes that we have seen in the last 40 years? What can this tell us about the future, what we can expect and how we can play a part in the changing of consciousness.
What is most precious about being human? Surely it is our consciousness, our ability to become aware of ourselves, our surroundings, and the purpose of our life.
We live in rapidly changing times, and there is much discussion of creating resilience nationally and on a local community level. The issues we all need to tackle include growing our own food locally, creating our own sustainable energy and dealing with climate change. Here, I want to look at how we can become more resilient in our health - both personally and collectively.
We All Know That Food Affects Health, But What Will The World Be Like When This Connection Is Fully Realised?
We can see various very important new ideas becoming mainstream [...]
It's official - eating more grains and vegetables will lengthen your life and greatly reduce your chances of an early death from heart disease or cancer.
The economy of the UK and most developed countries depends on continuous growth – the mantra is the more the better, and no growth is a disaster. But is it possible to have continuous growth for much or all of the world’s economies?