Fucoidan fulfilled the pharmacokinetic properties thus promising to develop fucoidan as drug for type 2 DM.

PMID: Carbohydr Polym. 2019 Apr 1 ;209:350-355. Epub 2019 Jan 14. PMID: 30732817 Abstract Title: In vitro and in silico inhibition properties of fucoidan againstα-amylase and α-D-glucosidase with relevance to type 2 diabetes mellitus. Abstract: This study investigated the in vitro and in silico inhibitory properties of fucoidan extracted from Turbinaria conoides againstα-amylase and α-D-glucosidase. … Read moreFucoidan fulfilled the pharmacokinetic properties thus promising to develop fucoidan as drug for type 2 DM.

Going Gray Gracefully: Why I Stopped Coloring My Hair

Early graying is a cause of concern for a lot of people, especially women. We feel we have to keep up with this societal image of perfection, and gray hair isn’t normally included in the approved mix. Well, sorry to burst society’s bubble, gray hair is absolutely gorgeous. Rachel Jonat realized this at the age … Read moreGoing Gray Gracefully: Why I Stopped Coloring My Hair

The Calcium Hoax

This post was originally published on this site You’ve been told by doctors, TV ads, and the nutritional supplement industry that you must take calcium to preserve bone health and avoid osteoporotic fractures later in life. Seems to make sense, doesn’t it? After all, bones are largely made of calcium. But is it true? No: … Read moreThe Calcium Hoax

103-Year-Old Grandma Becomes Junior Ranger at Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon celebrates its 100th birthday as a national park this month, but it just earned itself a protector who is even older! On Jan. 14, 103-year-old Rose Torphy visited the Grand Canyon with her daughter. While there, she stopped in at the park store and learned about the junior ranger program, then decided … Read more103-Year-Old Grandma Becomes Junior Ranger at Grand Canyon

Five Acts of Environmental Leadership to Celebrate this Presidents Day

Today, the U.S. celebrates Presidents’ Day, a day to commemorate the leadership and legacy of the so-far only men who have governed the country since its founding. Here at EcoWatch, we think some of the most amazing things about the U.S. are its unique and beautiful landscapes and wildlife. So this Presidents Day, we would … Read moreFive Acts of Environmental Leadership to Celebrate this Presidents Day

Making The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up Work for Real Moms

As a homeschooling mom and small business owner, I know what it’s like to be busy. You probably do too. Between kids’ events and activities, work, and keeping up with household responsibilities, moms have a lot of plates spinning. (I know, newsflash of the year.) I’m guessing I’m not alone in feeling like house cleaning… … Read moreMaking The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up Work for Real Moms

Newsweek: Washington state House committee passes bill to ban personal, philosophical vaccine exemptions

On Friday, a Washington state House committee passed a bill to ban the personal or philosophical exemption for the vaccine against measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) for school-age children, in response to the recent numbers of people with the virus. And let us notate that while the mainstream media has been making the rounds to attempt … Read moreNewsweek: Washington state House committee passes bill to ban personal, philosophical vaccine exemptions

The Wheat Belly Muffin Challenge

Give it a try: Check your fingerstick blood sugars prior to consuming, then 30-60 minutes after consuming, a conventional muffin, then again with a non-grain muffin made with almond flour, coconut flour, and non-caloric sweeteners such as stevia or monk fruit. You will see the dramatic differences in blood sugar after each: sky-high with the … Read moreThe Wheat Belly Muffin Challenge

Featured AIP Coach: Alexa Federico

Alexa Federico is the founder of GirlinHealing.com, a recipe and wellness site for the autoimmune community and the author of The Complete Guide to Crohn’s Disease & Ulcerative Colitis: A Road Map to Long-Term Healing. She is a Nutritional Therapy Consultant and AIP Certified Coach. She works with individuals 1:1 either remotely or in person who … Read moreFeatured AIP Coach: Alexa Federico

Featured AIP Coach: Alexa Federico

Alexa Federico is the founder of GirlinHealing.com, a recipe and wellness site for the autoimmune community and the author of The Complete Guide to Crohn’s Disease & Ulcerative Colitis: A Road Map to Long-Term Healing. She is a Nutritional Therapy Consultant and AIP Certified Coach. She works with individuals 1:1 either remotely or in person who … Read moreFeatured AIP Coach: Alexa Federico

DIY: 6 Winter Warmers from Upcycled Materials

This post was originally published on this site For those with just a smidge of craftiness, perhaps a penchant for thumbing through the racks at the thrift store, the potential for sweet DIY winter clothes is large. Here are 6 ways to upcycle materials you already have to make some warm clothing and accessories! The … Read moreDIY: 6 Winter Warmers from Upcycled Materials

Blogger Tips: How To Cook With Turmeric

This post was originally published on this site Our amazing bloggers have lots of tips for you to incorporate turmeric into your recipes, like in drinks, curries, desserts, and rice dishes! The post Blogger Tips: How To Cook With Turmeric appeared first on One Green Planet.

15 Veggie Meatball Recipes That Are Just Perfect!

This post was originally published on this site Veggie meatballs are so cute and fun- just make some of these recipes from the Food Monster App and stick a toothpick in each one! These vegan meatball recipes would be perfect as your next dinner party’s entree! The post 15 Veggie Meatball Recipes That Are Just … Read more15 Veggie Meatball Recipes That Are Just Perfect!

10 Common Cosmetic Ingredients That Are Derived From Animal Products

This post was originally published on this site As Green Monsters, we’re always looking for ways to reduce our personal impact on the creatures we share this planet with and being mindful of the ingredients in our cosmetics is a great way to start. The post 10 Common Cosmetic Ingredients That Are Derived From Animal … Read more10 Common Cosmetic Ingredients That Are Derived From Animal Products

Four Fabulous Recipes for Sriracha Chicken Tacos (Slow Cooker or Instant Pot)

These Four Fabulous Recipes for Sriracha Chicken Tacos will have you coming back for seconds! There are options for both the slow cooker and the Instant Pot and Sriracha Chicken Tacos will make a delicious dinner for Sriracha fans!  PIN Four Fabulous Recipes for Sriracha Chicken Tacos! Click here to see Food Bloggers BEST Instant … Read moreFour Fabulous Recipes for Sriracha Chicken Tacos (Slow Cooker or Instant Pot)

Mary’s AIP Kitchen: How She Manages Psoriatic Arthritis in Nashville

This post contains affiliate links. Click here to see what that means! In order to support our blogging activities, we may receive monetary compensation or other types or remuneration for our endorsement, recommendation, testimonial, and/or link to any products or services from this blog. That being said, we only promote authors, products, and services that … Read moreMary’s AIP Kitchen: How She Manages Psoriatic Arthritis in Nashville

232: Lessons Learned From Finland: 8 Things We Can All Learn

I recently shared about my trip to northern Finland (Lapland), where I learned to embrace (lots of) snow, eat reindeer, ride on a dog sled, sleep in an igloo, and even took a polar plunge in a freezing river, among other things! This adventure was possible thanks to my friend Tero Isokauppila, whom I’ve interviewed … Read more232: Lessons Learned From Finland: 8 Things We Can All Learn