Archive for January 2016

Author Linda Elsgood: The LDN Book

Q: Can you briefly describe what Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is, and in general how it works? A: LDN works by transiently, or temporarily, blocking the body’s opioid receptors. This causes an increase in the production of natural endorphins—the body’s own natural painkiller—which promotes healing, inhibits cell growth, and reduces inflammation. LDN can be beneficial…

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Draft Power: The Life-Affirming Alternative to "Big Ag"

Farmers young and old are seeking new ways to shrink their carbon footprint and promote more ecologically friendly ways of getting chores done. So, what’s a modern farmer to do? For some, the centuries old approach of using draft animals—especially horses—is offering a very 21st century solution.

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Author David Stroh: First Steps to Becoming a Systems Thinker

Systems thinking is often seen as something relegated to scientific and business analysis – economics, resource depletion, and climate. However, Systems Thinking for Social Change focuses on how to use systems thinking to make breakthrough progress on intransigent social problems. We asked author David Stroh how this approach can make an impact, and how readers…

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