Can We Put the Brakes on Aging? Don’t Confuse It With Mortality

Aging is often confused with mortality, and although death is certainly inevitable, aging is much more under our control than we realize. There is no dispute that death is inevitable. There is, however, currently a vehement disagreement in the circles of science which study human longevity. The dispute? That there might be no natural limit to how long humans can live.

Why is Seattle Buzzing About Plant-Based Foods?

Whether you identify as Paleo, Keto or just pure Carnivore, everyone at one time or another has eaten a vegetable. Chances are you felt better afterwards, but most of us don’t usually consider a plate full of plants a full meal, that is until lately.

The world seems to have fallen in love with vegetables again. In fact, here in Seattle we are gobbling them up, but not just any old veg. Sales of organic produce which saw a slump after an initial boom almost 10 years ago, are now skyrocketing again. Additionally, after a shaky start, online farm-direct delivery has recently found a strong foothold too, gloating often about their consistent and loyal customer-base, and plant-based food cafes and restaurants are no longer relegated to the daytime smoothie trade, and are fast becoming a repeat destination in the evening dinner restaurant culture.