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World's Best Lasagna, Sarah Clark Style
May 14, 2017
This Rawsome Vegan Life
47 Healthy Breakfast Recipes- The Nourished Life
Nom Nom Paleo
May 9, 2017
Edible Beauty, from the Inside Out
May 3, 2018
Grass Fed Beef, Carbon Sink Hole?
April 11, 2018
Wheat: To Eat or Not to Eat
April 6, 2018
RHR: The Impacts and Ethics of Eating Meat — with Diana Rodgers
April 2, 2018
Biological Anthropology Meets Neurology
June 2, 2017
Rancidity Testing in Olive Oils
Our Microbial Organ
How gut bacteria communicate within our bodies, build special relationship
Balancing the Scales Of Prostaglandin Production
June 1, 2017
Sarah Clark & Diane Read
"Optimal health requires mind, body and spirit be simultaneously nurtured."
Please click here to enjoy one of my latest smoothie recipes and some tips on how I stay healthy and hydrated while travelling.
April 16, 2018
Part 1.5 of my Spring 2018 'ethics of eating meet' series
My favourite farmer does her homework on the affordability of grass-fed beef
April 12, 2018
Our bodies metabolize different calorie sources in different ways ... calorie for calorie, butter and sugar are not processed by the body in the same way...Read on to learn more about how calorie counting is a waste of time:
Part I of my Spring 2018 series on 'ethics of eating meat'.
David Perlmutter, MD & John Douillard, MD
As we head further into Spring with Summer around the corner, wheat is no longer 'in season'. "Wheat: To Eat or Not to Eat" is a brilliant dialogue between Neurologist, Dr. David Perlmutter, author of ‘Grain Brain,’ and Dr John Doulliard, author of ‘Eat Wheat’....
"RHR: The Impacts and Ethics of Eating Meat — with Diana Rodgers" by Chris Kresser states that “[C]attle require just one quarter of the water that is required to grow rice, avocados, walnuts and sugar.” Diana Rogers, an organic farmer and dietician, speaks to Chris K...
David Perlmutter, MD & Molly Fox, PhD
In "Biological Anthropology Meets Neurology" Dr. David Perlmutter MD speaks with academic Molly Fox PhD about the diversity in gut bacteria and its relationship to Alzheimers.
National Consumers League
In "Rancidity Testing in Olive Oils" by the National Consumers League it is found that large amounts of supermarket olive oil have been found rancid by US Consumers Group.
Science in the News, Harvard University
In this article, "Our Microbial Organ" Harvard Graduate School of Arts & Sciences reports on the ubiquitous nature of our bacteria cells.
Norwich BioScience Institutes Science Daily
In this article, "Science Daily reports on our’ intestinal microbiota’ or ‘gut bacteria’ communicate with the rest of our body" by the Norwich BioScience Institutes Science Daily reports on our’ intestinal microbiota’ or ‘gut bacteria’ communicate with the rest of our...