The beginner’s guide to nootropics.
Bassekou Kouyate and Ngoni ba's latest album, I Speak Fula, is receiving critical acclaimed. Their recent performance at the Getty in Los Angeles further validate the hype and show a glimpse of the future in the making.
We’ve made laws to protect our wild world from extinction and exploitation, yet we still imprison and gawk at nature’s most awe-inspiring creatures. What does our treatment of fellow Earthlings say about the legacy we leave for future generations?
Is the Wall Street economic meltdown gearing us up for a food crisis? Or, will we find our way to a better world with values and nutrients as our arsenal?
Plants have been used for thousands of years to treat and cure illnesses, but in modern America, we're dissuaded from these proven methods by the interests of multi-billion-dollar pharmaceutical companies. Is all that about to change?
Calls to “be green” send mixed messages and leave consumers confused about their choices and, most importantly, their own health. Box after box of “organic” foods line the Whole Foods aisles, boasting claims that may or may not be accurate.
Mike Judge's film Idiocracy is a hilarious peek at what humans might be like 500 years from now. It's a description that's hauntingly fitting today.
Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps recently issued cease and desist letters to top "organic" soap manufacturers in an effort to stabilize an industry bubbling out of control.
Industrialized food is detrimental to both our personal health and the natural world. But history may hold the answer to healing both.