I really love your heart, but I am very ADD and I just cannot read long anything. My weakness. Love your visits, love your heart. . .
Oh Hattigrace please don't worry about reading all my crazy thoughts and links, hee hee. I also have ADD too and I have dyslexia...so I know how that can go. I just tick tock and meditate to help me concentrate along and you wouldn't believe how difficult the word verification is for me on this blogger thingie. I have to do it over and over and over.thanks for your visits too!
A very timely article for me right now, Candy. I could have told you that stress causes depression, though. I know that's one of my triggers, but for me it's a certain type of stress.
Been reading ' guns germs and steel' by Jared Diamond off and on, very informative book. Agriculture in my opinion got rid of laziness, those who remained lazy became poor. That could be the beginning of poverty. There was enough land for every one. Very good article Candy.
Wandering Coyote, yes the herbal natural food community always knew that stress affected hormones and then led to depression. This article is interesting because "science community" is always catching up to common sinse and to alternative medicine and folk or ancient cultures medicine.Rauf, I really like that Jared Diamond is in the world, whew! I think Collapse is amazing too.Yes, I beleive the laziness and stress changed in humans when we chose to farm. The food we farm is less nutritious for us than previous food sources. Wheat is a waste of time...and then with lowered nutrition the stress hormones had more real estate in our bodies.High does of Vitamin b in NATURAL source can help treat bipolar and depression. Growing things like wheat compromised vitamin B consumption, along with other vitamins.All this lifestyle has fed into each other, all aare negatively connected.I think we will figure this out though.
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