Category: Health & Wellness

Bad (Poem)

Bad By Nathan Corliss Sun is bad Salt is bad Fat is bad Placebos don’t work Sexuality to be shuddered Hand sanitizer is good Petrochemicals, also bad Peace is not profitable Shoes are to be fashionable and must offer significant cushioning and support Yoga is woowoo Meditation is also woowoo Humans can’t change Never change,

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Oakfive’s Most Read Articles of 2018

Hi All, if you’re reading this, thank you for visiting oakfive.com. 🤗 This article is a countdown of the most read articles of the last year on Oakfive.com according to Google Analytics*. In late 2017 I launched “oakfive” on blogspot. In March 2018 I made the switch to WordPress.com for blog hosting, and consider that

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8 Ways to Cure the Common Cold

Beat the common cold with these 8 tips Eat and drink fermented food (kimchi, sauerkraut, kombucha, etc.) The boost in probiotics from these foods could support your immune system. Avoid added sugar – I think there’s a strong correlation between the rise of the common cold and increased sugar intake over the holidays. Sugar is

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Thankful For

Each year around November, I meditate on what I’m thankful for. Late October marks the night where my brother, Chad, was horrifically injured in a drunk driving accident (in 2001). This tragedy, and his living triumph informs much of who I am. If you wonder why I obsess over selfdriving cars, or the rights and

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Scientists at Wayne State Offer Further Validation to the Wim Hof Method

“Iceman”, Wim Hof, submitted himself to scientific examination at Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan, and the findings are unbelievable. This is the conclusion from the abstract of the paper that was recently published: “Our results provide compelling evidence for the primacy of the brain (CNS) rather than the body (peripheral mechanisms) in mediating the

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How I Cured My Eczema

I cured my eczema by eliminating potatoes from my diet. That’s right, potatoes were causing my eczema. From the time I was a toddler into my 20s I had eczema. It manifested as red itchy sores in my elbow and knee bends, my eyelids, as cracks on my knuckles and at times random patches elsewhere.

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