THRIVE

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  • The health benefits of water fasting The health benefits of water fasting
    by Stephen Harrod Buhner | Fasting is an exceptionally ancient, and powerful, approach to healing many common disease conditions. It allows the body to rest, detoxify, and to heal.
  • Spicy power bar Spicy power bar
    A gluten-free, vegan, super nourishing, delicious, tri-doshic energy bar.
  • Wholegrain crackerbread with sesame Wholegrain crackerbread with sesame
    by Kim Christensen | I decided to share a lovely recipe from my A Year to Eat Freely: 2011 Allergy-Friendly Recipe Calendar today- easy to prepare and delicious!
  • Vodka on My Wheaties Vodka on My Wheaties
    by Ann Lloyd | My memoir was written during my confinement, at sixty-two, in an all porcelain-lined trailer, due to a strange immune system disorder which rendered me unable to function in the “real world.”
  • Almond meal desserts Almond meal desserts
    What to do with left-over almond meal when making fresh almond milk? Here are two desserts that offer simple and delicious solutions.
  • Creamy cranberry dressing Creamy cranberry dressing
    This super tart cranberry dressing is the perfect gluten free addition to any fall meal, and is ideal for Thanksgiving.
  • Gluten-free, food allergy friendly Thanksgiving extravaganza Gluten-free, food allergy friendly Thanksgiving extravaganza
    by Kim Christensen | Some of my favorite gluten-free, allergy friendly recipes that are perfect for holiday get-togethers and good enough for grandma to enjoy.
  • Herbed chicken and greens soup Herbed chicken and greens soup
    by Kim Christensen | Full of chunky chicken, lots of green veggies, flavorful herbs, and one little carrot for spleen meridian-strengthening power, this soup feels satisfying, not restrictive.
  • InsideOut: Chapter 6 ~ A New Beginning InsideOut: Chapter 6 ~ A New Beginning
    by Jack Rossi | The nurse practitioner’s directives were clear; she didn’t mean spend some time outdoors, she meant remain completely outdoors. This meant no house, no amenities, no stores and if at all possible, no car.
  • Repurposing failed projects Repurposing failed projects
    Some watercolor experiments don't turn out well so I use the paper as background or scraps for other projects.
  • Gluten/sugar free pumpkin pie with cashew whipped cream Gluten/sugar free pumpkin pie with cashew whipped cream
    by Kim Christensen | Sugar free, soy free, gluten free, and vegan pie never, ever tasted so good. Perfect for a Thanksgiving Day feast!
  • Dust to Dust: The Health Effects of 9/11 Dust to Dust: The Health Effects of 9/11
    A powerful documentary that investigates our government's criminal mishandling of 9/11 and what the long-term health consequences have been for the workers and local residents in the area since the attacks.
  • A yawn a day keeps the doctor away A yawn a day keeps the doctor away
    ...if you want to maintain an optimally healthy brain, it is essential that you yawn.
  • Lyme disease and fear Lyme disease and fear
    by Lady Barbara | Now, after MANY years of writing, and coaching and listening to others with Lyme, I’m still of the mind that FEAR is the greatest obstacle to healing.
  • I'm chronically infectious. Does it get better for me, too? I’m chronically infectious. Does it get better for me, too?
    Late stage lyme sufferer Candice looks at the successful LGBT "It Gets Better Project" in response to recent gay suicides, and wonders who will speak out to prevent lyme suicides.
  • Submission: In Defence of the Unborn Submission: In Defence of the Unborn
    by Sue Bozzo | I attended the U.S. premiere of a new Swedish film about the consequences of human chemical consumption last night. I could not see the film without speaking about it.
  • Enter today to win a 2011 Gluten-Free Recipe Calendar Enter today to win a 2011 Gluten-Free Recipe Calendar
    Enter by Saturday, October 16 at 9 pm CST to win a free "A Year to Eat Freely" 2011 allergy-friendly, gluten-free recipe calendar by Kim Christensen
  • Buttercup squash quinoa salad Buttercup squash quinoa salad
    Cranberries, walnuts and squash mixed with the perfect blend of herbs and quinoa.
  • If bumper stickers reflected the way people really think If bumper stickers reflected the way people really think
    They won't admit it in person, but most guys think war is fun to watch on TV. That's why wars are packaged as entertainment.
  • The best offense is a good offense: what we need to learn from AIDS The best offense is a good offense: what we need to learn from AIDS
    by Peggy Munson | ...ME/CFS patients have tended to get sucked into what domestic violence activists call the “cycle of violence,” believing the bullies’ lies that they will change...
  • Super shakes! Super shakes!
    I love green smoothies. And brown ones even more - now that I discovered the joy of mood-boosting raw cacao powder!
  • InsideOut: Chapter 3 ~ Changes InsideOut: Chapter 3 ~ Changes
    by Jack Rossi | I couldn’t rationalize how my relationship with my environment had deteriorated so rapidly and severely. I literally felt like an alien abandoned on a very hostile planet.
  • Making vegetable chips in a food dehydrator Making vegetable chips in a food dehydrator
    For the longest time, I have dreamt of having a stainless steel food dehydrator to make vegetable chips, crackers, and other health-filled, nutrient-dense snack foods.
  • Why grow your own food and vegetables? Why grow your own food and vegetables?
    by Mike Lieberman | Civilizations were built upon being able to grow food and the community that went into it from planting, taking care of to harvesting, preparing and sharing it.
  • Using wax as a 'resist' in watercolor paintings Using wax as a ‘resist’ in watercolor paintings
    by Libby | I've tried a number of different waxes as a 'resist' to use with watercolor paints. My favorite wax so far is soy wax.
  • Chicken salad bruschetta Chicken salad bruschetta
    This is one of my favorite quick meals to eat when I'm in the mood for toast but want a meal with substance.
  • Ethiopian spiced ghee (niter kibbeh) Ethiopian spiced ghee (niter kibbeh)
    This ghee is GOOD. Like, makes your brain explode good. Smear it off the plate good. Eat a little bit by itself from the jar good. Better than sex if you aren't currently having it good.
  • Life as art: healing from CFS, FMS, and MCS Life as art: healing from CFS, FMS, and MCS
    How does one go from twelve years in a wheelchair and mostly bedridden to walking, world traveling, working, and riding a bike?
  • Jubilant Jubilant
    by Libby | Happiness is being able to express what's in your soul!
  • Green chili turkey burgers Green chili turkey burgers
    The perfect quick Fall meal to help usher in the cooler weather.
  • When prescription drugs cause problems When prescription drugs cause problems
    by Julie Genser | Sometimes prescription drugs can cause new conditions that are permanent, as in the case of tardive dyskinesia, a movement disorder caused by some medications.
  • My magic wild lawn My magic wild lawn
    by Julie Genser | This summer our "monsoon" season brought more rain than usual for this area and the landscape transformed seemingly overnight.
  • Cacao superfood pudding Cacao superfood pudding
    It's simple. It's raw. It's dessert. And, it's good for you. Super-good for you really.
  • The Prayer Thief The Prayer Thief
    by Julia Tuchman | I have stolen other people’s prayers. I know, it sounds really bad. I mean, who steals prayers? Why would someone even want to steal another’s prayers?
  • Find what brings you joy Find what brings you joy
    by Libby | Shifting my focus to the things that bring me joy has been an essential part of my healing journey.
  • Sorrel-sesame slaw Sorrel-sesame slaw
    by Kim Christensen | This slaw is crunchy, spicy, sweet, and salty, just the way I like it. It's quick to prepare, and pretty too (especially served in my new purple lacquered bamboo bowl).
  • Visiting Barbara Kerr, solar cooking pioneer Visiting Barbara Kerr, solar cooking pioneer
    Earlier this summer I finally got to meet Barbara Kerr, a local woman who invented the solar wall oven and pioneered the use of other forms of solar cooking.
  • InsideOut: Chapter 2 ~ Evolution of an Illness InsideOut: Chapter 2 ~ Evolution of an Illness
    by Jack Rossi | ...within five minutes I felt completely under the spell of this fragrance. My eyes felt irritated. I was light-headed. I felt my heart palpitating and my focus and attention became a quivering mass of jell-o.
  • Cherry chocolate coconut ice cream Cherry chocolate coconut ice cream
    If you love cherries, and if you love chocolate, you are going to LOVE this treat.
  • Raw blackberry cheesecake with pecan-date crust Raw blackberry cheesecake with pecan-date crust
    Recently, my Facebook friend Natasha Jamison posted photos and a recipe for a raw cherry "cheesecake" and I knew I had to adapt it, using the organic blackberries I had just purchased.