This week, Susan Vinskofski of learningandyearning shares about the benefits of playing in the dirt in Positively Real Media Network’s Raising Healthy Families in a Not-So-Healthy World series:
Did you realize that our health is intimately connected to soil? It plays a role in our mental health as well. Read learningandyearning’s Go Play in the Dirt! It’s Good for your Health to learn more about a very special bacteria found in soil which boosts serotonin in our brains. The post has lots of ideas for getting dirty, too! As if you needed help with that.
Note: This series is designed as a fun and informative compilation to help you and your family thrive. Each post is the opinion of that particular blogger, not necessarily Accidentally Green’s or Positively Real Media’s.
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