Paul Schulick: Uncensored

February 2021 Newsletter

The Magic of *Real* Fiber


Our culture has largely taught us that fiber is a lifeless and bland dietary component with a sole purpose as a lowly street sweeper for our bowels. At the behest of conventional advice, we hide fiber in boring bran muffins and sugar-packed powders and cross our fingers that we’ll stay regular.

I can almost imagine Rodney Dangerfield saying, “Real whole fiber don’t get no respect.” But it should be respected, as equally as we respect our arbitrarily deemed nutrient-in-chief, protein, trailed closely most recently by fats—perhaps even more respected. But not for the reason you may be thinking.


Stillness Heals

From the start of this journey together, you’ve heard—and may have already...


Connect with the Earth

If any practice can illustrate the healing power of connection, it is...

Forest Bathing

The Healing Power of Trees

The next time you visit a forest or your local park, notice how the...

Get Dirty

Soil Sustains Life

Here’s a humbling fact: In less than a teaspoon of soil, the microbial count...

Phenomenal Flowers Part 2

The Queen of Flowers: Rose


Phenomenal Flowers Part 1

A Bouquet of Immune Wisdom


“In joy or sadness, flowers are our constant friends.” — Kozuko...

Nourishing Botanicals Part 2

Celebrate Cistus


We could spend hours paying homage to cistus, but for now, let us focus on...

Nourishing Botanicals Part 1

Those Who Take Care of Us


The translation for plants in some Native languages is “those who...

January 2021 Newsletter

New Year, Good Ol' You


“A moment of self-compassion can change your entire day. A string of...