The Japanese call it “Manpo-kei” — literally, 10,000 steps meter. Since the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, when all of Japan was rigidly focused on fitness, both individual and collective, there has been a … [Read more...] about 10,000 Steps a Day – Is it Practical or Necessary?
The health industry in the Western world is one of the strongest profit machines ever invented. Thanks to Nixon’s 1973 Health Maintenance Organization act, doctors, health insurance companies, … [Read more...] about Physical Signs That You’re Emotionally Overwhelmed
https://youtu.be/PiCKqgLQwio We are nothing without water. And in the last few years, there have been several crises which have alerted the American public to something bestselling author Seth … [Read more...] about Seth Siegel Dives Deep Into Troubled Water: The Preservation and Conservation Crisis
https://youtu.be/h2m_rLVeB8QDo you love money? You might react negatively to someone if they were to openly answer Yes to this question. But why? What is it about money that evokes such strong … [Read more...] about Is Our Relationship With Money Broken?
Podcast Interview Summary: Welcome to the Urban Monk Podcast where Dr. Pedram Shojai talks with Leo Galland about his book, Already Here: A Doctor Discovers the Truth About Heaven. They also share … [Read more...] about Already Here with Guest Dr. Leo Galland
Metabolism, Weight, and Energy You may have heard (often) to fire up your metabolism in order to lose weight, but what really does that mean? How are we able to control our metabolism? Dr. Alan … [Read more...] about How To Reset Your Metabolism with guest Dr. Alan Christianson
https://youtu.be/X5bDPt3BkHY Everyday Heroes Professor Larry Nielsen has chronicled the lives of the most inspirational conservationists the world has known. From accounts of a man who tied … [Read more...] about A History of Environmental Conservation with Larry A. Nielsen