Are You Suffering More Than Necessary?
As someone living with chronic pain and illness, I know about suffering. I have done my fair share of suffering, and then some. For most of my life it seemed inevitable. If you live with chronic pain and illness, you are bound to suffer. Even without it, according to Buddhist philosophy, life is suffering, or, put another way, by Dr. Mark Epstein in Thoughts Without a Thinker, life is “pervasive unsatisfactoriness.” According to Epstein, the human experiences of birth, decay,
10 Ways to Achieve Healthy Bowel Movements
These days we talk and write a lot about eating and what we put into our mouths, but what about what happens on the other end? Bowel movement, BM, number two, poo, stool, dropping... there are so many names for it, yet it’s still a bit taboo. As a nutritionist, healthy bowel movements are something that interest me, and I’ve noticed that once people manage to stop cringing, most are fascinated with this digestive process. So for those of you who might be reluctant to ask, her