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  • On Meds? How it Harms Everyone in the Home

    Concerning new research out of Princeton University should give every one of us even more reason to learn how to use natural antibiotics, making every attempt to avoid pharmaceutical meds unless it is a life-threatening emergency. Microbiologist Kiran Krishnan describes this disconcerting information in the Healing Quest podcast below. In essence, when one person in …
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  • Blue Zones “Plant-Based” Baloney

    My father was a well-respected Geriatrician (aka, MD for elderly people) for many decades. His patients were from all over the world, and a few were centenarians. Many more were in their nineties doing very youthful things like playing golf every day and driving around town in red convertibles with the top down (true story)! …
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  • Clarifying Broth into Clear Stock. Yes or No?

    How to clarify bone broth into clear stock. In addition, a detailed discussion of whether this effort is necessary or beneficial to improve the digestibility and safety of the final dish. Perhaps you’ve noticed that most of the time, broth made yourself in a home kitchen produces a slightly cloudy mixture. The particles responsible for …
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  • Fitness Business Best Practices According to Our Experts

    With the holiday season in full swing, hopefully, we all have been enjoying lots of good food, good music, and a good time of sharing and caring with family and friends and all of our loved ones. In many cultures and customs, these holy days are noted for the exchanging of gifts and the setting […] …

  • Why Globalists Want You to Eat a Plant-Based Diet

    The insidious, little-discussed reasons why the elitist agenda for globalism promotes plant-based diets and avoiding meat, dairy and eggs to “improve your health” and “save the planet”. Nothing could be further from the truth. Most people think that globalism is a political ideology to be duked out at the ballot box. But, the truth is …
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  • Pili Nuts. Most Keto Friendly Edible?

    The pili nut is a superfood native to Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. These tear-shaped edibles definitely qualify as one of the world’s healthiest nuts, although, as yet, few Westerners have ever tried, let alone heard of them! In traditional Filipino cuisine, pili nuts (pronounced “peeley”) are most often used in cooking and baking …
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  • What Nuts are Healthiest? Nuts Ranked Best to Worst

    If you’ve ever wondered which nuts are healthiest, this article examines the most popular nuts on the market, ranking them nutritionally from best to worst. Nuts are one of the few foods that nearly all food philosophies agree upon whether modern or ancestrally-based. When consumed raw or (ideally) soaked in brine water and dehydrated at …
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  • 5 Simple Fitness Tips To Transform Your Life

    Getting fit doesn’t have to mean working out at the gym four days a week. As great as the gym can be for our bodies, we don’t all have the time to single out hours every week for training.  Whether it’s working full time, traveling, family commitments, or other projects keeping us busy, not everyone […] …

  • Soaking Traditional Foods: Counter vs Fridge

    Soaking whole foods in accordance with the wisdom of ancestral societies is one of the basic techniques of traditional cooking. This article examines whether this process should ideally take place on the kitchen counter or in the refrigerator. Which approach is best in order to limit the possibility of contamination by pathogens and maximize nutrients …
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  • 3 Reasons to Say No to Wheat Germ

    Modern dietary dogma considers wheat germ to be a nutritious addition to the diet. However, there are three important reasons why savvy consumers do their best to avoid this modern-day health food even if organically grown. Wheat germ got its start in the modern diet around the time that the refining of grains gained popularity. …
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