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Psychotherapy Book Review/Comments

I just finished reading Transformative Relationhips: the control-mastery theory of psychotherapy by George Silberschatz. First, I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone interested in therapy or psychology, or has feelings and thoughts.  I believe it’s given me a much better understanding … Continue reading

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Fats and fat research–Part 3?

Here is: Part 2, Part 1, and the introductory mayonnaise post. My apologies for the overlap/redundancy between these articles. I’m sure someday I’ll become or hire a professional to awesome-ify all of this, until then, enjoy part 3-ish of my series … Continue reading

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Fats — The Research (Part 2)

we found that the people who ate the most cholesterol, ate the most saturated fat, ate the most calories, weighed the least, and were the most physically active. With a comment and a like, the fats article is rapidly becoming … Continue reading

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Healthy Mayonnaise? Healthy Fats?

Healthy Home-made Mayonnaise, posted with vodpod Video beginner power!  note: I say pasture raised eggs not Pasteurized eggs, also, I know I repeat myself and am quite slow, but hey, first try without editing, not so bad, and now I … Continue reading

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Fresh

The “Fresh” documentary is an encouraging expose about food production.  The movie is quite entertaining and inspiring, I encourage you to watch it.  Some primary points that the movie makes very well: 1) industrial food production is less sustainable–literally less … Continue reading

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