Just as yoga connects the mind to the body, regenerative food connects the soil to the gut. Soil is alive. Literally. A tablespoon of healthy soil contains billions of microorganisms that make plant and animal life on this earth flourish. It’s a balanced ecology that mirrors life in a healthy human gut, where billions of microbes direct a majority of the physiological functions in the body. These functions include the regeneration of new cells and tissue that takes place constantly throughout every day of our lives.
Once upon a time, before the rise of the industrial food complex, humans all over the world grew and gathered their own food. Today, with the invention of many new farming technologies and transportation systems, along with the rapid growth of urban populations, humans no longer have the same understanding of their food or where it comes from.
SARAH & MIKE
We are living in a time where we are empowered to make our own choices and reimagine the way we have been doing things to ensure that the future generations get to experience the awe of the natural world. In this very innovative time, we can all make a positive impact with each and every action we take!
So, this year, our family decided to reexamine the way we celebrate the season-to make an intentional shift for ourselves and invite family and friends to join us (without getting preachy or annoying).