Archive for April, 2010

Finding Your Feet – Using Your Soles as a Cleansing Tool

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

The Chinese call the feet the second kidney in reference to their role in detoxification. The feet contain over 2000 pores, which can serve as pathways for both the uptake of nutrients and removal of waste products and contaminants. When your socks smell it can be evidence of the body detoxing via the feet. In fact, the more they smell the higher your toxic burden. Conversely, your feet can be used to fast track nutrient uptake. The regular soaking of the feet in a footbath with warm water and two tablespoons of magnesium oil, for example, has been shown to be more effective at (more…)

New Film on Sustainable Agriculture & Biological Farming

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

A trailer for a new film currently in development called “We Are What We Eat”. Features a great lineup of speakers including: Charles Walters, Elaine Ingham, Gary Zimmer, Graeme Sait,  Allan Savory, Joel Salatin, Malcolm Beck, Mike Amaranthus, Wes Jackson, Arden Anderson, Jeffery Smith, Dr Mae Wan Ho and many more! Check out this short clip, you won’t be disappointed . (more…)

Questioning The Status Quo (Part 2)

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

Have you ever felt like you are painted into a corner? Your one cash crop seems to require more chemical and fertiliser inputs each year but prices for your produce remain static. Welcome to modern agriculture, where precious food producers have been railroaded into an input-driven system on the premise that there is no alternative. In this, the second part of my “Questioning the Status Quo” series, we will look behind the veil at this premise. In the process you may realise that major, much needed changes are underway that will redefine the way we produce food and the fun we will have doing so. (more…)