PMID: Chemosphere. 2018 Nov ;210:998-1005. Epub 2018 Jul 18. PMID: 30208560 Abstract Title: Impaired lipid and glucose homeostasis in male mice offspring after combined exposure to low-dose bisphenol A and arsenic during the second half of gestation. Abstract: In this study, we used aH NMR based metabolomics strategy combined with gene expression analysis to determine … Read moreThese experimental results highlight the importance of considering the combined toxicity of environmental pollutants at levels relevant to human exposure.
This post was originally published on this site Happy Halloween! As always, I panic-bought candy at the last minute earlier today, juuuust in case we get a trick or treater. Usually we get none, but what if some cute kids came to the door and we had nothing to give out? We’d have to hide … Read moreWhat To Cook Next Week
This post was originally published on this siteThis article is part of a series from our guest expert, Rachael Freed. You can find the rest of the articles in this series linked at the end of this post. I discovered a new and seventh need to add to the other six needs as I was preparing … Read moreWhat Legacy Letters Give To Its Writers, Part 6
S0me people find the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox challenging. Not only does it require you to purge your kitchen of (or at least avoid) many common staples, restock with healthier replacements, learn some new ways to prepare foods, but many also endure an unpleasant opioid withdrawal/detoxification process with fatigue, headache, muscle aches, nausea, and … Read moreHow to use the Wheat Belly books during the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge
This post was originally published on this siteI’m going to revisit one of my favorite cookie recipes today. Made using 100% whole wheat flour and hand-chopped chocolate chips, this is a skillet-baked twist on Kim Boyce’s celebrated chocolate chip cookies. It’s also a fantastic recipe to make with kids. We had a house guest this … Read moreWhole Wheat Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie
This post was originally published on this siteThis week’s Paleo AIP Recipe Roundtable is now live! The featured recipes from last week are: Vanilla Cake, Seafood Chowder, Cheats Salmon Rillettes, and Italian Taro Breadsticks. Happy cooking, everyone!
This post was originally published on this siteThese sweet potato hash browns are the perfect addition to any healthy meal. You can serve them as a side to any breakfast or substitute them in any of your favorite hash brown recipes. All you need is a sturdy cheese grater and a few large sweet potatoes … Read moreHow to Make Sweet Potato Hash Browns
Every once in a while, we let our healthy daily diets escape us. So we up getting backed up and have some trouble going to the bathroom for maybe a day or two. But even then, the bloating, discomfort, and abdominal pain can be unbearable. That’s why we were blown away to hear about someone who … Read moreHirschsprung’s Disease: How One Man Had 30 Lbs of Feces Removed from Colon
Ahh November…For many of us the transformation into fall and winter means all things cozy and warm. We get ready to cocoon ourselves sin the safety and warmth of our homes. Every culture and family have their own way of doing this from the ever popular Swedish Hygge or just plain old cozy socks … Read moreHome Sweet Home Or Toxic Nightmare?
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This post was originally published on this siteThis soup has an interesting, delicious, warming taste. In this recipe I used butternut squash, which—just like pumpkin—contains zinc, beta-carotene, potassium, calcium, and folate. The pumpkin seed oil I use is 100% pure, made by Bija Culinary Oils. It has a green color to it because of the … Read morePumpkin Macadamia Soup
What are the scariest foods? You know, the foods that are to be eaten at your own risk! If you’re going to eliminate anything from your diet, these terrifying foods are a great place to start. Join “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll as he sits down with Dr. Neal Barnard on this special edition … Read moreTHE SCARIEST FOODS!
This post was originally published on this siteMost people chalk urinary incontinence and excessive urgency up to age. We get old, stuff stops working, we wake up to wet sheets. Cue jokes about adult diapers and investing in “Depends” futures. It’s not entirely out of line. Aging matters. There’s just more to it. Like other … Read moreUrinary Urgency and Incontinence: Why It’s Not Just Age
If you’ve ever wondered what the difference was between a sociopath, psychopath, and narcissist- this video is for you. Because spoiler alert: they aren’t all the same. Trust me, this is good information that you need. RELATED STORY: 4 TED-Ed lessons about mental health everyone needs to watch Led psychologist and author of “Should I … Read moreNarcissist, Psychopath, or Sociopath: How to spot the difference
This post was originally published on this siteWhen I first started buying organic food in 1990, you could really taste the difference. The superior flavor of organic fruits, vegetables, eggs and meat was enormous! Choosing conventional simply because it was cheaper seemed lacking in common sense. The wisdom of avoiding biocides hit home in a … Read moreThe Real Organic Project. Fixing USDA Organic Loopholes
This post was originally published on this siteThere is a special kale salad in the in the new Food52 Genius Recipes cookbook. A single kale salad that ran the gauntlet, beating out all others, for a slice of limelight in the book. Which is saying something. There is no shortage of kale salad inspiration out … Read moreGenius Kale Salad
This post was originally published on this siteFear is a part of everyday life. Read that again. Fear is part of everyday life. It’s always lurking around, threatening us, horrifying us, on bad days crippling us, and on good days simply annoying us. There are the mega fears—both real and imaginary: that someone is following … Read moreTransform Your Fears Mindfully
None of us are psychic, but that doesn’t stop our brains from trying to predict the worst possible things that can happen to us. In this episode of The Brain Warrior’s Way Podcast, Dr. Daniel Amen and Tana Amen continue their discussion on the rational mind by describing the ways we self-sabotage ourselves with our … Read moreWhy Do Our Brains Predict The Worst Possible Outcomes?
Jump to Frequently Asked Questions Read the Non-GMO Project Standard You’re probably aware of the best-known GMO crops such as corn, soy, and canola. Did you know that there are also GMO potatoes? They have been around since 2015, but it is just now that they are becoming widely available in the American food supply. … Read moreThe GMO Potato: What Consumers Need to Know
This post was originally published on this siteGENERAL INFORMATION Why has the potato been added to the High-Risk list? The potato has been added to the High-Risk list of the Non-GMO Project Standard because a GMO potato variety is now “widely commercially available” in the United States. The Non-GMO Project considers crops and inputs to … Read moreGMO Potato Now Classified as High-Risk | FAQs
This post was originally published on this siteIt has come to the Non-GMO Project’s attention that a producer of soy and soybean oil (Calyxt) is entering into contracts to sell a new high-oleic acid soybean variety developed with the gene editing technique TALEN. Though this TALEN soy variety does not contain transgenes in the finished … Read moreNew GMO Soy Variety Enters the Supply Chain
This post was originally published on this siteNon-GMO Project addresses supply chain risks caused by new techniques like CRISPR and RNAi Contact: Kristin Wheeler Phone: 360.255.7704 x131 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org BELLINGHAM, WA—October 31—The potato has been added to the High-Risk list of the Non-GMO Project Standard because a GMO potato variety is now “widely commercially available” … Read moreGMO Potato Now Classified as High-Risk
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