Is There an Easier Version? I stared out over the sea of beautiful women from all walks of life. It was an intimate gathering in the West Village, and we were there to talk mental health, healing depression, and personal transformation. Heather spoke up. She had dabbled with different diets, some supplements, but ultimately, she
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What if I told you that your drinking water, and everything made from it, drinks to soups, was poisoned? What if I then told you that this poison was being presented as a health-giving intervention, presumed to be in your best interest? You might wonder how such a reality could have ever taken hold. The