Dopamine is the spark whose presence in the brain makes you feel good. How does that sound? Mood disorders, up to and including depression, are complex phenomena—but to a great degree are thought to be caused by imbalances in our neurotransmitters. There are ways to tilt the dopamine scale.
Flexitarians recognize the soundness of the reasoning around leaving meat behind … and quite reasonably dread a life devoid of bacon. But they are willing to try. Flexitarianism is — yes —a philosophy. It embodies the imperfect but unstoppable human energy that will tackle what we can change today, and work diligently at longer-term repairs that will redefine tomorrow.
You haven’t been to the gym since Little House on the Prairie was a prime time hit. Yes, you have entered a demographic they call The Active Adult. In your case the verb in that descriptor is wildly inaccurate. A few equipment-free body exercises will help launch your new era of tuning up.
Not only are those mushrooms popping out of the dank forest floor more animal than plant— you and they have the same Grandpappy. Or...make that Great Grandpappy, I guess. Is it any wonder, then, that certain mushrooms act with such catalytic fervor on our earnest animal bodies?
To nourish your hair, foods that contain robust quantities of protein, iron, and an array of vitamins are intuitive good choices. For the conscious plant-eaters among us—those seeking internal hair repair courtesy of the depthless plant kingdom, the list is interestingly varied—and rich with possibility.