This post was originally published on this siteTell Committee Members to Oppose SB 2269 There will be a hearing on SB 2269 in the Senate Agriculture Committee on Thursday from 8:30 to 10 a.m. on February 7 at the State Capitol in Bismarck, Roosevelt Park Room on the ground floor–arrive early in case location changes … Read moreSave North Dakota Food Freedom Law
This post was originally published on this sitePMID: Oral Dis. 2015 Sep ;21(6):705-12. Epub 2015 Apr 20. PMID: 25720615 Abstract Title: Modulation of the host response by probiotic Lactobacillus brevis CD2 in experimental gingivitis. Abstract: OBJECTIVE: Probiotic Lactobacillus brevisCD2 (CD2) exerts anti-inflammatory properties by preventing nitric oxide synthesis. It is hypothesized that oral application of … Read moreLactobacillus brevisCD2 may delay gingivitis development in this model by downregulating an inflammatory cascade.
This post was originally published on this siteThe rhetoric for plant-based diets has ratcheted up to a shrill pitch in the EAT-Lancet report, released with much fanfare a couple of weeks ago. The document is the result of “more than two years of collaboration between thirty-seven ‘experts’ from sixteen countries,” lots of frowny faces telling … Read moreEAT-Lancet Meets Rev. Malthus
Happy Tuesday, all! I’m well behind Superbowl Sunday in posting this chili recipe, but no matter: giant pots of vegan chili are one of my favorite staples to batch cook and keep around, especially during the winter months. I scoop chili over rice, serve it with my favorite whole grain vegan cornbread, use it to … Read moreHearty Vegan Mushroom, Bulgur, & Bean Chili
Imagine you’re at the gas station filling up your car. The numbers on the pump are whizzing by, but it seems to take much longer than usual to top up the tank. That’s when you notice the leak. You’ve been wasting fuel and money and don’t have a full tank of gas to show for … Read more6 Warning Signs You Don’t Have Enough Oxygen in Your Blood
Professor Paul Sharpe of King’s College London Dental Institute thinks he’s found a revolutionary new way to treat tooth decay: by teaching your body to regenerate damaged teeth in a short period of time. Cavity Fillings vs. Tideglusib To start, it will help to understand a little about how your body usually responds to damage … Read moreScientist May Have Discovered a Drug that Fixes Cavities and Regrows Teeth
This post was originally published on this site “We believe we will offer in a year’s time a complete cure for cancer.” This is a bold statement made by Dan Aridor, chairman of the board of an Israeli company known as Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies. Aridor is talking about a pre-clinical treatment, MuTaTo, which was developed … Read moreIs MuTaTo the Cure for Cancer We’ve Been Looking For?
Cornucopia’s Take: Edwin Hardeman, one of over 9,300 plaintiffs charging that Monsanto’s Roundup caused their cancer, has received tentatively good news. The presiding federal judge has allowed evidence pointing to Monsanto’s alleged ghostwriting of scientific research and attempts to influence regulators and scientists regarding Roundup’s safety. The order applies to two more upcoming cases before … Read moreJudge to Allow Evidence of Monsanto’s Alleged Ghostwriting at Trial
Acting Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) head Andrew Wheeler is one step closer to deregulating the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The former coal lobbyist, who critics say is even worse for the environment than his scandal-plagued predecessor Scott Pruitt, secured a key approval by the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on Tuesday, sending President Trump‘s … Read more‘As Trumpian As it Gets’: Coal Lobbyist Andrew Wheeler Moves Closer to Full-Time EPA Spot
This post was originally published on this siteHow Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse DiseaseBy Michael Greger, MD, FACLMFlatIron Books This New York Times bestseller follows a popular formula for persuasion. First, you need a title that gets people’s attention. Next, it helps to have an author with a … Read moreHow Not to Die By Michael Greger
This post was originally published on this siteDosa Kitchenby Nash Patel and Leda Scheintaub A lot of cookbooks come across my desk for review, most of them very good, but not many make me want to jump up and down and shout for joy. Dosa Kitchen is such a book, providing something really new to … Read moreDosa Kitchen by Nash Patel & Leda Scheintaub
Climate change is back in the House. Emboldened under a new Democratic majority, two main energy and environment committees are holding simultaneous hearings Wednesday to discuss rising global temperatures and averting climate catastrophe, Roll Call reported. This will be the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s first hearing on climate change in six years, according to … Read moreHouse Committees Hold Hearings on Climate Change For First Time in Years
This post was originally published on this siteSally Hogshead (IG: @sallyhogshead) is a New York Times bestselling author who believes the greatest value you can add is to become more of yourself. She rose to the top of the advertising profession in her early 20s, writing ads that fascinated millions of consumers. Sally frequently appears … Read more279: Sally Hogshead – How To Fascinate • Unlearn Boring • Finding Balance In The Workplace
Although oysters are well known as a source of zinc, they are better known as a toxic food. Even in the Bible people are warned not to eat shellfish. They are the scavengers of the ocean and absorb all of its poisons. There is more toxic pollution in the oceans than ever before in human … Read moreThe Problem With Oysters And Chocolate
As New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has rapidly become an advocate of legal cannabis, the “Empire State” is about to see green. The new law has “triggered a gold rush mentality among marijuana entrepreneurs, who are investing deeply in what could quickly become one of the world’s most important emerging markets. Even though how, exactly, the … Read moreThe scramble to profit from legal cannabis
Jump to Recipe Pretty in pink, dainty little white chocolate candies for your Paleo autoimmune protocol sweetheart. Or for yourself…because self-care is a form of romance, too. Just a tiny hint of rose flavor, but not overpowering like perfume, comes from the delicate and fragrant dried petals of food-grade dehydrated flowers. You can give your … Read moreRosé White “Chocolate” – AIP, Coconut-free option
There’s a very clever, elegant new consumer health testing device called AIRE made by a company called FoodMarble. The device (pictured above) measures hydrogen gas, H2, in the breath, the same as formal H2 testing used to diagnose small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, SIBO. Formal H2 breath testing is a hassle. There’s a day-before prep, you … Read moreHow to use the new AIRE device
This recipe uses a number of my favorite techniques: mashing, slathering, and drizzling. Imagine a Shepherd’s pie meeting the flavors of an Indian samosa. That’s where we’re headed. Shepherd’s pies are typically lamb or meat based, but this is a veg-friendly version. The Process Here’s how this shepherd’s pie comes together. It’s pretty straight-forward. You … Read moreMake Ahead Vegan Samosa Shepherd’s Pie
David Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. Over the past 10 years, in the various books that I have written, there has been a persistent emphasis on the importance of DHA, an omega-3, in terms of brain health. DHA represents over 90% of all the … Read moreWhy DHA Remains on the Supplement List
This post was originally published on this siteThanks for giving Jessica Gouthro from Paleohacks such a warm reception last week. I’m glad you found her “13 Ways To Move More At Work” useful. She’s joining us again today to offer tips for those who are looking to ease joint pain. Enjoy! It sounds counterintuitive, but … Read more10 Moves To Help Ease Joint Pain
So Delicious is launching an Oatmilk Frozen Dessert in three flavors! The post So Delicious is Launching Oatmilk-Based Frozen Dessert! appeared first on One Green Planet.
Coconut chicken curry is simply chicken in a delicious sauce of tomatoes, garlic, curry powder, and coconut milk. It’s a healthy, one-pot meal that tastes great and everyone in the family enjoys. I used my Instant Pot (which I love!) and had dinner on the table in less than an hour. How to Make Coconut Chicken Curry… … Read moreCoconut Curry Chicken (Quick Instant Pot Recipe)
Our brains do our best to warn us of trouble and protect us from harm. Therefore, our brains, in all their best intentions, could never actually contribute to our problems, right? You may be surprised. In this episode of The Brain Warrior’s Way Podcast, Dr. Daniel Amen and Relationship Magic author Guy Finley describe how … Read moreIs Your Own Brain Creating Problems in Your Life? With Guy Finley
This post was originally published on this site Exercise gives your brain a dose of healthy youth! The post How Exercise and Plant-Based Foods Keep Your Brain Young appeared first on One Green Planet.