Where Innocence and Joy Reside

Archive for March, 2018

Soon You’ll Be Walking Out the Door

As Tania says, “Put one foot in front if the other.”.

Tania’s sweetness and innocence always speaks to me. And remember innocence is not naive.



Point Reyes: Transcending the cliff of fear

Sharing from my dear friend and medicine sister Elana Rose🤗

Watch “California Desert Mystery!” on YouTube

From Carolyn’s RV Life

The Intaglios of the desert near Blythe, Ca. Very cool

Nature Tree walk by Lake

Giegeoys Ellie❤️. You speak to my heart with your words a d photographer. I have to go see this spot when I come out there and the trail to it. You are so right a out nature. It replenishes all that has drained us and blocks us. Breathtaking. Thank you so much

Driving behind death

I feel so strongly that this post needs to be shared. My dear friend Elana shares a very powerful experience she had today. I am so grateful for her ability to tune into the energies around her, not only for herself but for all involved

Welcome Spring ❤️

Butterfly has been making it’s presence known for the past week. Today I happened to have my cell with me to snap this.

Plant-based protein powders contain arsenic, mercury, cadmium, lead and more

I was surprised about results of plant based products. There’s a list of products named below in the article.

2012 The Awakening

The Clean Label Project recently tested 134 of America’s best selling animal-derived and plant-based protein powders for heavy metals (arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury), over 100 pesticides, BPA/BPS (plasticizers that are known endocrine disruptors), residual solvents, mycotoxins, melamine and its analogues, and antibiotics residues.

These contaminants are the result of sourcing and production practices. Contaminants can be found in soils because of pesticides and mining run-off (ex. heavy metals) and toxic fertilizer (aka bio sludge) which can be absorbed by plants. They can also be the result of the manufacturing process (ex. BPA/BPS is used in the lining of cans and containers and leach into the protein powder).

The shocking results of the study is that many protein powders had significant levels of contaminants and overall, plant-based protein powders had higher levels of contaminants than those made from animal sources, containing on average twice as much lead and measurably higher…

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