Just this past June at the 2018 National Immunization Conference in Adelaide, Australia, Associate Professor Julie Leask of Sydney University made a disturbing announcement: some “medically-complex” children will require sedation or even general anesthesia in order to undergo catch-up vaccination. And as if that wasn’t shocking enough, she also announced that if parents don’t consent they will be … Read moreGeneral anesthesia may be given to special needs kids for forced vaccinations
Guest post by Lee Crosby, R.D. In 2010, my doctor found some suspicious spots in my left breast. A biopsy showed they weren’t cancer, but that I had a higher risk for cancer down the road. My doctor also found a “thickened” area in my right breast she wanted to keep an eye on.
Have a fridge full of gluten free leftovers? Don’t waste them! We’ve put together a nourishing gluten free leftovers meal plan that will give you ideas on delicious ways to use them. Meal plan sample and printable PDF of recipes included. Need ideas on what to do with gluten free leftovers? My dear friends, you have come … Read moreNo Waste Gluten Free LEFTOVERS Meal Plan and Ideas
Although it’s often confused with cantaloupe — or just called “melon” so not to make a distinction — honeydew is actually a nutrient-rich, hydrating, low-calorie and deliciously sweet fruit. It may have a reputation as the tasteless melon, and sometimes when it’s mindlessly added to a fruit salad it may be the only fruit left standing. … Read moreHoneydew: 10 Honeydew Benefits + How to Choose a Ripe Melon
With this easy meal prep, you’ll enjoy bowls of roasted veggies and lentils all week long. If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I love a good roasted veggie bowl. They’re so delicious because I’m always craving so many different flavors, so I just roast a bunch of different veggies with different seasonings, … Read moreRoasted Veggie Bowl Meal Prep
Instagram is a great resource for pictures of delicious vegan food that are sure to make you hungry! The post #InstaInspo: From Colorful Sushi to PSLs, The Best Vegan Meals We Saw On Instagram This Week! appeared first on One Green Planet.
Start your day off right with these grain-free, pumpkin-packed, and oh so scrumptious Paleo Pumpkin Pancakes. These festive pancakes will spruce up your Fall breakfasts all season long. Whip up a batch today! Fall is finally here in Minneapolis! And I must say, it’s may absolute favorite time of year for … The post Paleo Pumpkin … Read morePaleo Pumpkin Pancakes
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(NaturalHealth365) In a common misconception, many people think of the flu as nothing more than a nuisance – an annoying cough-fest that can make one feel miserable, but does no real harm. In other words, nothing to worry about…right? Actually, that’s wrong! Rather than being harmless, influenza can exact a deadly toll, particularly in … Read moreAvoid the flu and common cold symptoms by consuming these probiotics
When you think of tea, you most likely associate it with the beverage made from the Camellia sinensis plant, which is considered to be “real” tea. On the other end of the spectrum, however, are herbal teas. These beverages are made by brewing plants other than Camellia sinensis and drinking the final product.1 Common plants … Read moreLiven Up Your Life With Linden Tea
This post was originally published on this siteHi Friends! This was such an exciting week as I announced my first 3 guest for my Eat What You Love book tour and 3 more locations! I am also sharing with you an exclusive recipe from Celebrations, so scroll down to see more! I’m so excited to … Read moreDANIELLE’S DIGEST: WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 24TH
This post was originally published on this site If you are looking for a Fall treat sans pumpkin, stop right where you are! These Paleo Apple Cider Fritters are the answer and they couldn’t be easier! So you can’t do pumpkin everything you say, I get it. When the leaves turn, I am probably most … Read morePaleo Apple Cider Fritters
When it comes to vaccine safety, a complaint that I’ve frequently expressed is the lack of credible studies comparing vaccinated and unvaccinated populations. At best, we’ve had vaccination surveys based on self-reported data, and while that evidence strongly suggested unvaccinated children experience better health and fewer health problems, they were dismissed by most public health officials as unimportant. … Read moreNew studies reveal vaccine harm
Oh, relaxation, that elusive activity that is often talked about and rarely achieved in today’s world. We all know we have too much stress and need to reduce it, but the execution is so elusive! Most of us probably know that our cortisol levels may be off, but fixing this takes more that just a… … Read moreHow I Reduced My Cortisol Levels Naturally With Food & Light
These 50 Amazing Instant Pot One-Pot Meals are going to be helpful for busy parents when you have to make school night dinners and accommodate all the schedule challenges that come with having kids in school! Here’s a great collection of Instant Pot One-Pot Meals we think can really help get dinner on the table! … Read more50 Amazing Instant Pot One-Pot Meals
By Tara Opsal and Stephanie Malin Coloradans will vote on a ballot initiative in November that requires new oil and gas projects to be set back at least 2,500 feet from occupied buildings. If approved, the measure—known as both Initiative 97 and Proposition 112—would mark a major change from their state’s current limits: 500 feet … Read moreDon’t Frack So Close to Me: Colorado to Vote on Drilling Distances From Homes and Schools
PMID: Am J Gastroenterol. 2018 Aug 29. Epub 2018 Aug 29. PMID: 30158711 Abstract Title: Hyperbaric Oxygen for Hospitalized patients with Ulcerative Colitis. Abstract: One quarter of patients with ulcerative colitis will develop a severe acute exacerbation of disease during their lifetime. Despite high dose corticosteroids, half of these patients will fail subsequent medical rescue … Read moreShort term hyperbaric oxygen therapy at the point of presentation with severe ulcerative colitis was able to rapidly induce short term remission.
(NaturalHealth365) In a sobering review published in January of this year, researchers from Loyola University Medical Center confirmed an unexpected yet potentially devastating side effect of birth control pills: an increased risk for ischemic stroke. In fact, this review is an updated account of a paper originally published in the journal Medlink Neurology in 2003. The truth is: … Read moreWARNING: Birth control pills increase the risk of ischemic stroke
By Dr. Mercola To say that the HPV vaccine is controversial would be a serious understatement. A number of experts have spoken out against the vaccine since its release, and studies have revealed serious problems. Children and teenagers have died or been permanently disabled following HPV vaccination, yet it remains on the market. The featured … Read moreShocking Flaws in Gardasil Trial Design Prevents Safety Assessment
I swear, SWEAR, that when I made myself this drink and thought of the name Burnt Bitter Orange I was not thinking about a certain orange individual. I just wanted a tequila drink with campari and I had some oranges and it seemed to all work. Burnt Bitter Orange And it was bitter, in a… … Read moreBurnt Bitter Orange
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