Posts Tagged ‘Overeating On Fruit’

Why Our Children Are Getting Dumber And Weaker

Monday, March 18th, 2013

ADD, learning disorders, and dozens of other neurological problems have become rampant in children over the last few decades as their bodies have grown fat and failed to develop strength and balance.

Why? A perfect storm of brain-altering electronics, lack of outdoor play and exercise, fewer decision-making opportunities, worsening diets, and other lifestyle changes have played a huge role.

I episode 21 of the Raw Food Health Podcast we explore some of the interesting data on learning and physical activity.

Other topics:

1) Save money, the environment, and improve your skin with better shaving options.
2) How to avoid overeating on fruit.

1) The safety razor I own

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