sustainability

Satoyama Cycling: Japanese Bio-Hacking

Satoyama cycling is another form of bio-harmonizing, Japanese bio-hacking. It is country cycling, and what is wonderful about it is you can be aware of natural surroundings.

Shindofuji: Japanese Bio-Hacking

Shindofuji is another concept in bio-harmonizing, Japanese bio-hacking. It was originally a concept in Zen Shojin Diet and now has become part of the Japanese natural food movement.

Three Reasons Why I Don’t Take Supplements like NMN or Resveratrol

In the field of anti-aging, supplements like NMN and Resveratrol are in the spotlight these days and many people take them. Well, I don’t take them and I have never taken these kinds of supplements in my life including regular dietary supplements. Today, I will tell you why I don’t.

Is Health Related to the State of Society?

One thing the Ikigai Diet is different from those books is that it is a socially friendly diet. That aspect is not so addressed in other books. I think it is because society and one’s health are not directly related and there is no medical evidence to suggest it.

Finally, I Gave a Talk About Our Stay in Dartington and Totnes

I talked about vegetarian and organic food scenes in Totnes, Totnes Market, Apricot Centre and Biodynamic farming, Schumacher College, Transition Town Totnes and Reconomy Project, Bioregional Learning, and how we can apply some of the things happening there in our town. Many key figures from our town gathered, including 2 members of the town hall, one member of the local parliament, a farmer who used to be a member of community-reactivating cooperator squad, a school teacher, a researcher at a university and members of the Local Network.

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