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15 Reasons to Hire a Holistic Nutritionist holistic health & nutrition pain relief supplements sustainable living Nov 12, 2021

The goal of a Holistic Nutritionist is to help you discover the path that leads to a healthier, happier, and more energetic you!

Making conscious food and lifestyle choices can decrease your risk of developing many health complications, and has an incredible impact on your overall wellbeing. You...

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My Food Philosophy  holistic health & nutrition kids wellness special diets sustainable living traditional Nov 12, 2021

Naturally, as a nutritionist, and also a child who was fascinated by the concept of food as medicine, I’ve emphasized, broken down, and experimented with many ways of eating, and done a lot of food research over the years.

My philosophy on food comes down to a few concepts and guidelines....

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Nature Resets the Nervous System and Biological Clock connected parenting nature connection spirituality sustainable living trauma & mental health Aug 23, 2020

For the past few summers, since we lost our rainforest home in Dominica, we’ve been making it a priority to plan a of couple camping trips, completely off the grid, in the forest, where no interference is possible.

Last year we took the boat to Forestry Island on Lake Nipissing, and this...

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Hurricane Maria Aftermath sustainable living trauma & mental health Oct 25, 2017

When the sun rose after hurricane maria, the devastation was so absolute, that it staggered the mind. In many neighborhoods, the vast majority of homes were flattened. Trees that were not uprooted were stripped and shattered like skeletons. All major roads were blocked. All communications and...

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What Is Human Rewilding? movement sustainable living May 25, 2017

 

By recognizing the domestication process that almost all of us have gone through, and by reconnecting with nature and our natural selves, we can rediscover our birthrights - vibrant health, a powerful body, open awareness, and a mind that is quiet of thoughts, free of stress and...

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Living Off the Grid in The Caribbean (video) community gardening & permaculture sustainable living travel May 25, 2017

We’re a health and nature passionate family that immigrated to the Caribbean, from Trinidad and Canada. We live a simple and holistic life. In this video we share our reflection of our first year living off the grid in The Caribbean on our permaculture homestead in the rainforest of...

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Is It Fair to Call Tiny House Dwellers Unsocial? sustainable living Apr 06, 2017

Tiny house movement is a radical change that struck at the very root of today’s superficial living. It is an attempt to free people from the shackles of costly mortgages and a lifestyle that ultimately leads to nowhere. Leave these worldly problems behind, our mother earth is running low on...

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Wholesome Cashew Fruit Jam breakfast & brunch cultural & ethnic kid-friendly plant based recipes sauces & spreads sustainable living traditional travel Mar 10, 2017

The cashew fruit also known as the cashew apple, grows in the warm tropical climate. We are fortunate to have a few mature cashew trees at Beyond Vitality Nature Camp. The cashew fruit is where the actual cashew nut is hanging from. The nut is enclosed in a thick shell and skin. Eaten raw, the...

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Volunteer and Adventure Travel sustainable living travel Jan 15, 2017

Our action packed Off the Grid Volunteer and Adventure Travel Program is by far our most in demand program and consists of a meaningful 2 weeks of volunteering at Beyond Vitality Nature Camp and 2 weeks adventuring and discovering Dominica! Challenge yourself to make a change that will have a...

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Five Tips for A Greener Gifting Season sustainable living Dec 15, 2016

The old maxim that ‘it’s better to give than to receive’ is one that certainly gets tested to breaking point around this time of year. Not many would dispute that there’s something wonderfully rewarding about finding and giving the perfect gift, but the likes of Black...

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Gardening Can Improve Your Health and Fitness gardening & permaculture movement sustainable living Dec 15, 2016

Starting a garden comes with many perks among them being harvesting fresh vegetables to supplement your daily meals. If you are contemplating starting a garden, you stand to gain from a myriad of health and fitness benefits that will improve your overall well-being. In this article, we discuss...

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Clidemia Hirta – A Tasty Wild Tropical Berry cultural & ethnic gardening & permaculture indigenous nature connection raw superfoods sustainable living travel wild foods Nov 09, 2016

Right on the day I arrived in Dominica, I came across an intriguing berry on the way to the Emerald Pool. The plant, called Clidemia hirta (commonly - Soapbush or Koster's Curse), grows all around the island as well as in other tropical moist climates. Whenever I found Clidemia, I would pick...

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