Instant Pot Vietnamese Pork Stew

This easy Whole30-friendly Instant Pot Vietnamese Pork Stew is a streamlined version of the classic braised dish, thit ko tàu, caramelized pork belly cooked in coconut water. It’s one of my favorite umami-packed stews that can be made faster and easier in a pressure cooker! The original stovetop version of this recipe, Braised Pork in … Read moreInstant Pot Vietnamese Pork Stew

Emotional Liver

Oftentimes when people are called “emotional,” the implication is that the person is being too sensitive or even acting ridiculous. But there’s a physical root to many of the emotional responses people have. And it’s not your hormones. The truth lies in your liver. Listen to this Medical Medium Radio Show to learn more about … Read moreEmotional Liver

Molecular mimicry and bystander activation are reported as possible mechanisms by which vaccines can cause autoimmune reactions.

PMID: EPMA J. 2017 Sep ;8(3):295-311. Epub 2017 Jul 20. PMID: 29021840 Abstract Title: Vaccination and autoimmune diseases: is prevention of adverse health effects on the horizon? Abstract: Autoimmune diseases, including multiple sclerosis and type 1 diabetes mellitus, affect about 5% of the worldwide population. In the last decade, reports have accumulated on various autoimmune … Read moreMolecular mimicry and bystander activation are reported as possible mechanisms by which vaccines can cause autoimmune reactions.

Wacky Chocolate Cake

One of my favorite dessert recipes is my spin on Wacky Chocolate Cake…Read more » This is a summary, images and full post available on HHL website!

Cauliflower Shepherd’s Pie (Paleo, Whole30, AIP)

This cauliflower shepherd’s pie is a comfort food classic made lower carb! It’s paleo, whole30, and AIP compliant. When I think about nourishing winter comfort foods, Shepherd’s Pie is one of the first things that comes to mind. It’s warming, filling, and a complete meal! Traditionally, it’s made with either beef or lamb, tomato paste, Worcestershire, peas, … Read moreCauliflower Shepherd’s Pie (Paleo, Whole30, AIP)

‘Victory’: Supreme Court Rejects Exxon’s Appeal, Time to Fork Over Climate Docs

Massachusetts’ Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey declared “victory” on Monday after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected ExxonMobil’s attempt to derail her office’s probe into whether the fossil fuel giant misled investors and the public about its knowledge of climate change. The justices declined to hear Exxon’s appeal of an April ruling by Massachusetts’ highest court, … Read more‘Victory’: Supreme Court Rejects Exxon’s Appeal, Time to Fork Over Climate Docs

How to make a change in the New Year that lasts

This post was originally published on this siteLast week I shared the right (and wrong) way to do Keto in our latest investigation on the blog. The timing was appropriate, too… Right about now you’re probably *overwhelmed* with new diets, fitness challenges, and “new year, new you” promotions. However, there’s one BIG PROBLEM – even … Read moreHow to make a change in the New Year that lasts

Tanya Stewart

Elle Russ chats with Tanya Stewart, Esq. – “The Alpha Life Coach” about how living a paleo/primal lifestyle can actually get you closer to attaining love and financial success!  Tanya shows High-Achievers how to Separate Struggle from Success. She founded The Stewart Law Firm in 2001 specializing exclusively in high-conflict litigation. During 15 years of private practice, she grew … Read moreTanya Stewart

Soil Health: The Next Agricultural Revolution

By adopting three practices—no-till farming, cover crops and diverse crop rotations—farmers worldwide can help preserve the world’s soils, feed a growing global population, mitigate climate change and protect the environment. This was the key message of a presentation by David Montgomery, professor of geology at the University of Washington, at the Iowa Organic Conference in … Read moreSoil Health: The Next Agricultural Revolution

Weeknight Ponzu Pasta

This one is for semi-lazy nights when you still want to get something vibrant and seasonal on the table. All things green in a quick, weeknight pasta option. It’s feel-good food that won’t weigh you down. The ponzu dressing comes together in a flash, boosted with a good dose of garlic and a thread of … Read moreWeeknight Ponzu Pasta

The present study identified D. asper, B. vulgaris, D. membranaceus and B. blumeana as suitable for restoration of chromium-contaminated tannery sites.

PMID: J Health Pollut. 2017 Dec ;7(16):12-25. Epub 2017 Dec 18. PMID: 30524836 Abstract Title: Phytoremediation Using Bamboo to Reduce the Risk of Chromium Exposure from a Contaminated Tannery Site in Kenya. Abstract: Background: This study examines an intervention strategy to reduce the risk of chromium (Cr) exposure. It follows a previous Cr exposure investigation, … Read moreThe present study identified D. asper, B. vulgaris, D. membranaceus and B. blumeana as suitable for restoration of chromium-contaminated tannery sites.

I Will Never Go Back To the Traditional Way of Eating

It’s Monday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish these each Monday as long as they keep … Read moreI Will Never Go Back To the Traditional Way of Eating

LA Living Juice

Just like a sunset over the Pacific Ocean, this juice will wow you with its bright colors. This drink is full of vitamin C and many other important micronutrients. Orange and yellow fruits and veggies help our bodies in many ways including promoting healthy eyes, joints and bones. I love the… This is a summary … Read moreLA Living Juice

Million-year-old Food

We have lost the ability to think for ourselves when food is concerned. We’re the only animal on the planet that hires nutritionists and dieticians to tell us how to eat. But we’re the sickest species on the planet. Something’s wrong. And Dr. Bill Schindler wants to right that wrong. On today’s episode, Bill, professor … Read moreMillion-year-old Food

Feast on fats

One of the most common mistakes people make when starting out on the Wheat Belly lifestyle is to remain fearful of fats. They continue to hold onto old misconceptions such as “fats raise cholesterol,” or “fat causes heart disease,” or “fats are calorie-dense and therefore make you fat.” None of this is true, no more true … Read moreFeast on fats

10 Seasonal, Delicious Ways to Cook Cabbage

This post was originally published on this site To help you switch up your meals from the usual coleslaw, we put together a list of ten cabbage recipes so you can enjoy this delicious vegetable creatively. The post 10 Seasonal, Delicious Ways to Cook Cabbage appeared first on One Green Planet.

15 Resolutions For The New Year To Make The World a Greener Place For Real

This post was originally published on this site This year could be yet another year of change, another year in which we could start to right the wrongs we see in the world. Let’s do it! The post 15 Resolutions For The New Year To Make The World a Greener Place For Real appeared first … Read more15 Resolutions For The New Year To Make The World a Greener Place For Real

The Smart Shopper: A Beginner Vegan’s Pantry List for Winter

This post was originally published on this site Your pantry can be your best ally at having a well-stocked pantry to get you through the cold winter months. You don’t need to stock it full, but there are a variety of plant-based dishes you can make with just a few healthy ingredients, all stored in … Read moreThe Smart Shopper: A Beginner Vegan’s Pantry List for Winter