74. Consume Media Wisely

Seek out entertainment and information that makes your life better. Choose not to watch, read or listen to stuff that demoralizes or immobilizes you, incites craziness, or insults your intelligence.

Food MythBusters: The Real Story About What We Eat

An awareness-raising initiative from the Real Food Media Project.

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Revolutionary Act 4: Consume Media Wisely

On a recent Sunday night, as I was wrapping up the next day’s work preparations and shutting down my electronics for the evening, I noticed a new email in my inbox.

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A Manifesto for Thriving in a Mixed-Up World

We’re living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out.We can change this mixed-up reality.We can reclaim our well-being and create a better, more blissful world.

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Ironweed Film Club

Subscription film club championing independent movies made by fearless filmmakers.

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Healing Quest

This weekly television series focuses on the latest in integrative health and natural approaches to total well-being.

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Spiritual Cinema Circle

A great resource for inspiring films about love, family and truth-seeking.

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Conscious Media Network

Multi-media library that offers information designed to create empowered and responsible individuals.

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Real Bodies

Real Bodies in a Virtual World

The Web is full of opportunities for self-comparison — and self-judgment. Here’s how to protect your body confidence.

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Decoding Health Media

Here’s what you need to know regarding the food industry’s influence on what we hear about nutrition.

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Made-for-TV Weight Loss

Reality shows about weight loss dominate television. Why have they become so popular? And are they entertaining, inspiring, infuriating—or all of the above?

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Lower Your Political Stress Level

A constant barrage of political advertising and infighting can raise your anxiety level. Here’s how to calm down.

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A Study in Confusion

For years, sophisticated consumers have relied on the latest clinical trials to guide their health choices, but exactly how reliable are these studies? If you’re depending solely on scientific evidence for your health solutions, your assumptions about what’s right might well be wrong.

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