This Pesto and Vegan Parmesan Pasta e Fagioli soup is the perfect quick and easy meal to warm you up this January. Serve in a big soup bowl with a hearty chunk of warm sourdough bread and dinner (or lunch) is served! White beans and tender pasta mingles with potatoes, red onion, garlic, olive oil, … Read morePesto & Parm Pasta e Fagioli
PMID: Oncol Lett. 2018 Jul ;16(1):59-64. Epub 2018 May 2. PMID: 29928387 Abstract Title: Naringin inhibits ovarian tumor growth by promoting apoptosis: Anstudy. Abstract: The aim of the present study was to investigate the antitumor activities of naringin in ovarian cancer, and to assess the underlying mechanisms. Ovarian tumor cells were implanted into nude mice … Read moreNaringin inhibits ovarian tumor growth by promoting apoptosis.
As Australia’s record-breaking heatwave scorches on into the New Year, one woman’s act of kindness to a thirsty animal has gone viral. Chantelle Lowrie was visiting a camp ground near the Murray River in the Australian state of Victoria Saturday when she saw a koala. “It was 44 degrees Celsius (111.2 F)— very, very hot … Read moreThirsty Koala Becomes the Face of Australia’s Heat Wave
By Tara Lohan President Trump didn’t exactly lie low over the holidays. The battle over border-wall funding and the announced departures of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis stole most of the headlines, but they were hardly the only events of the Trump administration’s Christmas. We kept a close watch on news … Read moreShutdown, Drilling and Coal: The Trump Administration’s Holiday Gifts to the World
This post was originally published on this siteLast month, I gave a heads up about what I’m calling the Keto Kickoff—a quick and comprehensive 7-day dive into the ketogenic diet, a pure distillation of the lessons contained in The Keto Reset Diet book. That starts next Monday (sign-up closes Sunday night 1/6/19), and it assumes, … Read moreHow to Restart Keto
January is here, and for many of us, that means it’s time for a whole30! The whole30 is a 30 reset that helps you get away from sugar, processed foods, and back to real, whole foods! No calorie counting, no diet mentality, just real food. You can find a full Whole30 food list (along with … Read more30 Easy Whole30 Recipes
Happy new year, everyone! Hoping that 2019 has gotten off to a gentle start for you all. As the Eve approached–right after sharing these thoughts about resilience–I found myself feeling a little tender. No amount of resistance to NYE hype stops me from feeling lonely for companionship at this time of year. I started to … Read moreCaribbean Black Eyed Pea & Collard Green Curry
Cornucopia’s Take: The Real Organic Project, a farmer-driven nonprofit devoted to foundational organic values and practices, is offering videos of authentic organic farming across the country. Caitlin and Andy of The Milkhouse share their love for their cows and farming, as well as some of the issues facing small, organic dairy farms right now. The Milkhouse … Read moreThe Milkhouse Farmers Talk About Authentic Organic Dairying
This post was originally published on this siteWhether you’re starting Paleo for the new year or just trying to stick with it through the cold months, it… The post Building a Paleo/Keto Shopping List: 7 Pantry Staples for Easy Soups appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips.
This post was originally published on this site What diet is best for kidney disease? According to the American Society for Nutrition, “The renal diet is commonly recommended for those with late stages of chronic kidney disease and end-stage kidney disease.” Many people with these kidney conditions are undergoing renal replacement therapy, also called hemodialysis, but … Read moreRenal Diet Foods List and Eating Plan for Kidney Disease
Little known fact: Giraffes have been steadily decreasing in number over the years. In early December, for the first time ever, two subspecies of giraffes were added to the list of “critically endangered” species. This is according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), who administers the world’s official endangered species list. “The IUCN reported … Read moreGiraffes just silently went to the list of endangered animals facing extinction
This post was originally published on this siteWhen I was in my 20’s overweight, upset and ready to change my life – I went on a diet. Little did I realize at the time, that diets do not produce long lasting results – for my body, for my health or for my mental state. This … Read moreIs The Keto Diet Healthy?
One of the very best ways to work toward beautiful, luminous, glowing skin is through eating well and mindful hydration. Your skin is often a direct reflection of the internal eco-system of your body, and, being nice to your inside is one of the best ways to positively impact your outside. It’s the foundation you … Read moreA Glow-promoting, Luminizing Breakfast Beauty Bowl
Vegan Meat Company Beyond Meat partners will partner with Carl’s Jr. to deliver plant-based burger options at fast food outlets nation-wide! The post Beyond Meat Partners with Carl’s Jr! appeared first on One Green Planet.
This post was originally published on this site Can you take supplements on keto? Definitely, and there’s many reasons why you should. Keto supplements offer benefits like helping you get into ketosis faster, mitigating keto flu side effects, and controlling your appetite. Keto supplements — such as exogenous ketones, a multivitamin with electrolytes and a … Read more10 Best Keto Supplements and How They Work
This post was originally published on this site With its unique appearance, one-of-a-kind flavor and incredible nutrient profile, lychee stands out alongside other tropical fruits like dragon fruit, mangosteen and tamarind fruit as a true superstar ingredient. Not only is it packed with antioxidants and micronutrients, but it’s also rich in several powerful key compounds … Read moreLychee: Antioxidant Powerhouse or Dangerous for Children?
This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2019 Visit our Re-post guidelines The ancient Indian spice turmeric strikes again! Research finds turmeric extract selectively and safely killing cancer stem cells in a way that chemo and radiation can not. read more
Scientific studies demonstrate that the more vegetables we eat, the more protected we are. For example, for every serving of vegetables or fruit we consume, we reduce the risk of all-cause mortality (a measurement of overall health and longevity) by 5 percent, with the greatest risk reduction seen with 8 servings per day and more. … Read moreEgg-Fried Broccoli Rice
Everyone has their own path to faith, or lack thereof, and everyone’s personal connection with their faith is different. Unfortunately, many of those with strong religious beliefs are prone to antagonism and even hatred when it comes to addressing those with differences. In this episode of the podcast, “God’s Not Dead” author Rice Broocks illustrates … Read moreWhy is it So Hard to Accept Others’ Beliefs? With Rice Broocks
When the new year starts people are looking for low-carb options for the Instant Pot, right? Here are 50 AMAZING Low-Carb Instant Pot Dinner Ideas. Fast, Easy, and Low Carb! Click here to Pin 50 AMAZING Low-Carb Instant Pot Dinner Ideas! Click here for 50 Great Low-Carb Slow Cooker Dinners! I bet there are plenty … Read more50 AMAZING Low-Carb Instant Pot Dinner Recipes
Oh, sleep — how we love and need you so! Yet, it’s just so hard to get enough of you. There are a lot of aspects of our modern way of life that can work against you getting enough good, quality sleep. Lack of daylight and time outside, too much screen time, too much sugar … Read more5 Amazing Adaptogens To Help You Sleep Better