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Sleep’s Regenerative Capacity: Working With Our Circadian Rhythm

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Our brain remains biologically active while we sleep. In fact, it demands 50% of our calorie intake during sleep, much of which goes into memory processing, storage, and emotional detoxification in the brain. When we start to disrupt REM sleep, we see an accumulation of emotional trauma, emotional stress, unprocessed emotional memory, coupled with a poor processing and consolidation of long term memory.

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Sleep’s Regenerative Capacity: Device-Free Bedroom!

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One such way to begin the detoxification process is removal of all forms of electronic interference, specifically coming from our devices. Since our circadian rhythm follows the movement of the sun, light interference from our phones, tablets, and laptops, all contribute to light interference which our bodies should be free of once the sun goes down in order to begin the natural secretion of melatonin to signal to our bodies that it is time to go to bed.

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A Case For Going Organic: Increased Connection

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We as a species begin to change our macro-consciousness as we change our diet, as we change our nutrition, as we get in touch with our food chain, as we put bacteria and fungal communications back into our body

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A Case For Going Organic: Seamless Systems

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In optimal health, we should be running at a 10. But in individuals whose health is already compromised—our vulnerable members who are already suffering from degenerative diseases, and done so continually, the gut simply keeps getting continually damaged, suffering continued inflammation, and sending signals the rest of the body to call for help.

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A Case For Going Organic: Nutrient-richer Produce

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Ideally the food we eat is grown on healthy soil rich in bacteria and fungi that is absorbed through our green leafy vegetables. These bacteria and fungi are integral to our digestion, our hormonal balance, and to every system that supports our day-to-day functions. Proper communication within these systems is what dictates our mood, our immunity, our quality of life, and so much more.

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