Do you judge or criticize yourself? Does it sabotage your happiness, success, or well-being? Self-judgment is a learned habit. Thus, luckily it can be unlearned. We picked it up at some early age from family, advertising, religion, or a cultural lineage carried on sometimes for generations. After years of non-love for ourselves, that may not be so easy. The secret is letting go of our non-love, but how is this done?
By Elizabeth Renter | NaturalSociety
If you know anything about food medicine or even nutrition, you know the foods you eat affect your body through various mechanisms and processes. But have you ever stopped to think about how the ginger knows to stop your upset stomach? Or what garlic does once it’s in your digestive system to boost your immune function and reduce inflammation? A new study delved into these questions and found some remarkable evidence for interspecies communication at a cellular level.