‘Bruise’ turned out to be deadly melanoma hiding on 21-year-old’s nail

This post was originally published on this site Karolina Jasko was a senior in high school when a strange spot appeared on her right thumbnail. The technician at her local beauty salon noticed it, a thin line vertically across the nail as if she drew it with a black marker. Neither person recognized this as […]

These Ladybug Impostors are not Here to Bring You Good Luck, They’re Here to Bite

This post was originally published on this site When you notice a tiny, friendly ladybug sitting on your shoulder – their appearance is thought to herald good fortune. In reality, it might not be a ladybug at all – it could be a tree-dwelling multicolored Asian lady beetle, scientifically known as Harmonia axyridis. The bad […]

Keto: Dr. Cate Shanahan: How to Become Cancer-Proof!

This post was originally published on this siteDr. Cate Shanahan, the author of Deep Nutrition and Food Rules, pulls no punches when discussing how our conventional view of screening and treating cancer could be ill-advised. Referencing the work of Dr. Thomas Seyfried, Cate explains that cancer is actually a metabolic disease, rather than a genetic […]

Food Burnout + What to Eat (When You Don’t Really Feel Like Cooking)

This post was originally published on this siteHey guys! So today’s post is about how to feed yourself for health and happiness when you (honestly) just don’t feel like cooking. When you just want to feed yourself well – with extreme ease and satisfaction. Plus, a bit on my personal experience with food burnout. And […]

What To Cook Right Now- Late Spring / Early Summer

This post was originally published on this site Regardless of what the weather is currently doing (RAIN in SF in mid-May?!), it is Spring, and Summer is right around the corner. That means that Farmers markets are bursting with options, and produce is much more exciting than it was a few months ago.  To celebrate […]

Get Inspired by Olivia Goodreau

This post was originally published on this siteDiscover How Her Lyme Diagnosis Fueled a Global Fight for a Cure by Carin Gorrell Posted 5/15/19 As part of our Live Learn Lyme campaign In honor of Lyme Awareness Month, RawlsMD is supporting and raising awareness about the LivLyme Foundation, an incredible organization dedicated to providing financial […]

Keto Convenience Foods: What To Try (and What To Skip)

This post was originally published on this siteIf you read any of those “10 Reasons Keto is the Worst” articles out there, the common anti-keto argument you’ll see is that it’s too hard. The premise: keto must be unsustainable because eating meat, eggs, avocados, veggies, nuts, coconut, etc. is just too arduous long term. I’m […]

Multiple studies show children better off left in troubled homes than put into foster care

This post was originally published on this siteby Brian Shilhavy Editor, Health Impact News A new study conducted by Martin Guggenheim, from the NYU School of Law School, shows that children seized by Child Protection Services spend much less time in Foster Care if the parents are provided with high-quality legal representation, with no compromise in child safety. RELATED STORY: […]

Likely the filthiest food on Earth, yet it’s seen as wholesome

This post was originally published on this siteWritten by Dr. Joseph Mercola While there are many environmental and human health hazards associated with modern food production, perhaps one of the most pressing concerns for any given individual is the ever-rising risk of food poisoning. According to preliminary data from the CDC, there were 25,606 foodborne infections, […]

WAPF Calendar Archive 2019

This post was originally published on this site March 1-3 Chicago, Illinois The Weston A. Price Foundation and Sally Fallon Morell at MommyCon Chicago 2019 Donald E. Stephens Convention Center Visit our booth at MommyCon and hear Sally Fallon Morell at 2 pm Friday March 1st on Nourishing Traditional Diets for Healthy Children For details […]

Join Us For the FREE June Keto Reset! (Plus, Take Advantage Of An Incredible Deal!)

This post was originally published on this siteHave you been thinking about going keto—or recommitting to a keto routine? Are you looking to lose extra pounds? Enhance your fat-burning ability and metabolic flexibility? Improve your energy levels and general well-being to kick off summer? Then you’ll want to join us for the June Keto Reset. […]

Copycat Pink Drink (Paleo, AIP, Whole30, Healthier)

This post was originally published on this siteThis post contains affiliate links. This copycat pink drink is the perfect healthier Starbucks dupe! It’s a healthier version of a favorite that’s also paleo, AIP, and can be made whole30. Have you seen the Starbucks pink drink? They’re so cute that they’re basically an accessory! Plus, the […]

Can new crop of Great Lakes politicians turn the tide on drinking water quality?

This post was originally published on this siteRegardless of the reason, a new crop of Great Lakes politicians is emerging and they are putting a spotlight on drinking water quality issues: (My editor, who lives very near Lake Michigan, is thrilled about this.) Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers said in his State of the State speech that “7 […]

Healthy Blueberry Waffle Recipe

This post was originally published on this siteFinally a delicious Healthy Blueberry Waffle with 100% whole grain flours and no refined sugar or butter. Don’t forget to make extra, so you can eat healthy waffles all week! This blueberry waffle recipe is about to become a staple in your house. Breakfast is served! Best Day […]

Millennials besieged by chronic illness: From age 27, it’s all “downhill”

This post was originally published on this siteBy the Children’s Health Defense Team NOTE: There can be no denying that America’s children and young adults are at a critical juncture. Unless we start admitting what we already know about environmental culprits and become willing to do something about them, children, young adults and our nation […]

NBC: Oregon vaccine bill dead. No mandatory vaccinations

This post was originally published on this siteThe bill is dead. Oregon lawmakers were, thankfully, able to kill a bill that would have put mandatory vaccinations on the books. “Despite passing the House and having the necessary votes in the Senate, the measure to make it harder for families to opt out of required vaccinations […]

The Gut-Brain Connection

This post was originally published on this siteI’m continuing on for Mental Health Awareness Month with ‘The Gut-Brain Connection’ from my Gut and Psychology Syndrome series. After publishing Gut and Psychology Syndrome, the post quickly picked up speed with views and interest. To be honest, I wasn’t sure; now I’m extremely confident that people totally get […]

The BEST Margarita Ever!

This post was originally published on this site Skip To RecipeIf there is one cocktail recipe you need to know how to make, it’s a classic margarita! This … The post The BEST Margarita Ever! appeared first on Lexi’s Clean Kitchen.