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January 4, 2019

Caffeic acid phenethyl ester attenuates neuropathic pain.

PMID: J Pain Res. 2018 ;11:2709-2719. Epub 2018 Nov 1. PMID: 30464588 Abstract Title: Caffeic acid phenethyl ester attenuates neuropathic pain by suppressing the p38/NF-κB signal pathway in microglia. Abstract: Background: Management of neuropathic pain is still a clinical challenge…. Continue Reading →

Caffeic acid phenethyl ester potentiates gastric cancer cell sensitivity to doxorubicin and cisplatin.

PMID: Anticancer Drugs. 2018 Nov 26. Epub 2018 Nov 26. PMID: 30489290 Abstract Title: Caffeic acid phenethyl ester potentiates gastric cancer cell sensitivity to doxorubicin and cisplatin by decreasing proteasome function. Abstract: Caffeic acid phenethyl ester (CAPE) is a major… Continue Reading →

Double Broccoli Quinoa

This post was originally published on this siteThis double broccoli quinoa bowl is a favorite of mine. And it’s quite simple. I cook up lots of broccoli, then puree half of it into a pesto. The other half is cut… Continue Reading →

Where is God? with Rice Boocks – The Brain Warrior’s Way Podcast

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Censorship threatens your access to news about natural alternatives

This post was originally published on this siteIt seemed like a wonderful dream come true: An unlimited torrent of information at your disposal, just a click away. As my 90-year-old aunt excitedly described it: “The Internet is like having a… Continue Reading →

Bloody Joe Juice

No tomatoes are needed for this bright red juice with a savory flavor that is sure to fill you up. Yes, you can juice beet stems (and greens), adding a little extra iron to this drink. You can easily sub… Continue Reading →

Leyla Weighs In: Happy New Year! A great time to establish healthy new habits

This post was originally published on this siteExperts say we don’t actually break a habit. We simply replace it with a new one, a new behavior. How we eat is actually a behavior. For example, if you’re always the first… Continue Reading →

What Makes Someone a Narcissist?

With the abundance of selfies, personal blogs and social media “influencers,” it can be tempting to label many different people in our lives as narcissists. But are they really? In this video from TED-Ed, author and professor of psychology W…. Continue Reading →

Healing from Biotoxin and Breast Implant Illness

You’ve not heard about this part of my journey yet, but I believe that each chapter of my life has led up to or is part of my healing story… Healing from Biotoxin and Breast Implant Illness So here it goes…. Continue Reading →

Lab Meat: Big Hype, Bad Investment

This post was originally published on this siteLaboratory-produced meat or lab meat—sometimes called “cultured meat” or even “clean meat”–is in the news these days, with gushing articles in the Washington Post, the New York Times and many magazines. The publicity… Continue Reading →

TPV Podcast Episode 333: 2019 Resolutions Check-In Show

Stacy and Sarah are kicking off 2o19 sharing their takes on what makes a healthy New Year’s Resolution, their personal resolutions, and the secret sauce that will help you increase your motivation to make this year’s resolution a lifelong habit…. Continue Reading →

The Truth About Cancer forms Strategic Alliance with Ancient Nutrition

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Weekly Link Love—Edition 10

***Folks, don’t forget to sign up for the free Keto Reset Kickoff. Sign-up closes at midnight PST this Sunday night (1/6). Check out the announcement post earlier today for more info.  Research of the Week An egg a day keeps… Continue Reading →

As Bacteria Grow Resistance, New Antibiotics Become More and More Rare

Cornucopia’s Take: Most of us are familiar with the notion that bacteria treated with antibiotics in hospitals, feedlots, and in the course of normal human life are becoming resistant to the antibiotics prescribed to kill them. Why don’t scientists just… Continue Reading →

How One Woman Lost 15 Pounds on the What to Eat When Plan

Public waking up to the fact that 5G has not been proven safe for human health

Thank you to our friends at Health Impact News for the following story. by John P. Thomas, Health Impact News While telecom companies are moving full speed ahead to put up millions of small cell towers for their new 5G… Continue Reading →

Leyla Weighs In: How to Achieve Your Health and Weight Goals in 2019

Targeting Inflammation with CBD

David Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. It is certainly clear that our most pervasive chronic conditions share a common feature in terms of their underlying cause. Whether we are… Continue Reading →

Turmeric Chicken Curry (Paleo, Whole30, AIP)

Thank you to Sprouts for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own. This turmeric chicken curry is flavorful, filling, and packed with anti-inflammatory ingredients! It’s paleo, whole30, and AIP compliant. If you’re looking for a nourishing and warming dinner… Continue Reading →

Healthy Fats: What You Need to Know

Fats, in general, get a bad rap in our heart-healthy and fat-obsessed diet culture. For years, we’ve been trained to put foods containing fat (and fat itself) in the “avoid” category, even if the alternative is sugar laden and artificially… Continue Reading →

BBC Airs First Vegan Baking Show!

This post was originally published on this site Matthew Pritchard of Dirty Sanchez fame now hosts a vegan baking show! The post BBC Airs First Vegan Baking Show! appeared first on One Green Planet.

The Global Paleo AIP Kitchen – Cookbook Review, Sample Recipe, and Giveaway!

There’s a new e-cookbook on the AIP block, and in this blog post I share all the details, including a sample recipe for Indian Fish Cutlets and a chance to win a free copy of the book. Are you missing… Continue Reading →

Three Appetizing Recipes for Lemon Chicken (Slow Cooker or Pressure Cooker)

For Friday Favorites this week we’re sharing Three Appetizing Recipes for Lemon Chicken to make in the Slow Cooker or Pressure Cooker! Every one of these is perfect for a delicious low-carb week night dinner! Click here to PIN Three… Continue Reading →

Monolaurin: The Most Beneficial Compound in Coconut Oil?

Do you know one of the main reasons why coconut oil has so many impressive uses and benefits? It’s thanks to a key component called monolaurin. This is also one of the reasons why breast milk offers so many immune-boosting… Continue Reading →

Here’s Everything You Need To Know For Thyroid Awareness Month

It’s thyroid awareness month — and the Be Well blog is full of great articles to help you learn all about yours! Why would you want to know about your thyroid? Because it’s the small butterfly-shaped gland at the front… Continue Reading →

Ultimate Kick-that-Cold Juice

This post was originally published on this site Skip To RecipeWe are well into cold and flu season and this Ultimate Kick-that-Cold Juice is a recipe you need in … The post Ultimate Kick-that-Cold Juice appeared first on Lexi’s Clean Kitchen.

Apple Ginger Green Juice

Do you need a post-holiday pick-me-up? I’ve got the recipe for you! You’ll find this anti-inflammatory Apple Ginger Green Juice is bursting with fresh ingredients that help you detox naturally. It’s sweet and spicy with a citrus kick! Apples contain… Continue Reading →

Almond Butter Banana Bread Muffins

Love banana bread? You’re going to love our almond butter banana bread muffins! These healthy muffins are made with 100% whole grains, 2 ripe bananas, coconut oil, and all-natural sugar from coconut sugar! Happy Friday, friends! We’re so glad you… Continue Reading →

Eat More Produce: Healthy Resolution Series

Whether you’re in top physical shape or struggling with a health concern, anyone can reap the benefits of fresh produce. Vegetables and fruits are rich in flavonoids and carotenoids with both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity, and both promote healthy digestion,… Continue Reading →

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