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Telling Tall Tales From A Shallow Pond

This is another older piece written with fire and passion. This was also written before Obamacare or The Affordable Health Care Act was delivered to the public. I heard something today that was simply astounding. I thought to name this post “Dumb, dumber, dumbest.” Which would have represented the fictitious, nonsensical, insane ramblings from people […]

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The Mother of Intention

This is an slightly updated piece I wrote a few years ago. There is a finite number of colors in the universe. We’ve managed to make millions of colors by rearranging pigments in various ways. We learned also that by rearranging molecules of most things we can come up with “new” things. Plastic comes from […]

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It’s a Gas, Gas, Gas!

The battle of the bulge, as a phrase comes from a battle fought in World War II. As times change and our culture morphs into an obese-centric society, we use this term to describe an all too common problem by which men and women are challenged. People will try many different things to combat this […]

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It’s Been A Long Time. . . Since A Rockin’ Rant!

Yep! I’m borrowing the lyric from Rock & Roll by Led Zeppelin. Some things never change. I’d like to welcome everyone to Independently Healthy! I’ve put down the virtual pen for quite some time to tackle some other things. A lot has happened since I’ve written here. Yet, for me not much has changed. The principles […]

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Evolution Revolution

Cancer doesn’t just happen to people. MS doesn’t just occur without causation. Disease isn’t a lottery draw—and the way in which we adapt can’t always be considered progress. Human beings are being augmented by drugs and genetic modification of the food supply. Are we evolving into a drug-dependent species? Are we altering our genes because […]

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Sex, Drugs And Rock & Roll

I heard an ad this morning on NPR that triggered a thought, or better yet awakened an old recurring thought: I’m fervently anti-drugs, especially pharmaceutical drugs for long-term treatment, however I am also aware that certain drugs are necessary to save some lives in acute situations. However, to prescribe a medication to people for life […]

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The Rise And Fall Of The Resilient Adapt-a-vores And The Agrivultures From Mars

I’m respectfully borrowing an album title from David Bowie, The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars. There’s no real connection other than I love the title and reworking it for this piece seemed appropriate.  Human beings have done a tremendous job in the very short amount of time we’ve been […]

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Weight Equals Waste

Yesterday, I read a blog that my brother wrote and realized I hadn’t written anything for quite a while. This was inspired by his piece. Looking back on how I lived prior to my transition into the vegan way of life, it seems like a dream…maybe, it’s more like a nightmare. To think of the […]

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Reductionism: Survival of the Fittest?

And the preservation of profiteering! Throughout history, science has been the one place we turned to get unbiased factual information. Today, most published papers are written by communication companies and signed by scientists who are willing to put their names on these drug company’s marketing devices. A published paper no longer means the study is […]

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The WHOLE Truth

This post should be considered part II of my previous post. It’s a bit more hopeful and will provide solutions to the bleak picture previously painted… Shhhhhhh, it’s a secret! The big secret is, there is no secret! It’s not as though this non-secret is new. You can read about it from from the writings […]

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