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Recipe: Arugula with Bacon and Shallots post image

There is so much research on how nutritious leafy greens are – in fact I recently wrote about a new discovery of Why Leafy Greens are Great for Gut Bacteria. Beyond that, arugula has a lot of nutrition. Make sure you eat the leafy greens… Click to Continue →

Green Tea: An Anti-inflammatory and Anti-Cancer Tool post image

All tea – green, black and oolong, come from the same plant, Camellia sinensis. Green tea is made from unfermented leaves, black tea is made from fermented leaves and Oolong tea leaves are partially fermented. It's the processing that makes the difference. While green tea… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Crab Cakes (Paleo)

Recipe: Crab Cakes (Paleo) post image

Fancy, yet simple, crab cakes are a fun treat for family and friends. When Dr. Weston Price studied traditional cultures, he found that the healthiest were the ones who had access to seafood. I make it a point to eat plenty of seafood all week… Click to Continue →

Feed Your Microbiome – Top 10 Fermented Food Recipes post image

For years the Weston Price Foundation has been talking about eating more fermented foods and now it is becoming mainstream. More and more clinicians are supporting this idea and word is getting out to many more people. In honor of the Microbiome Medicine Summit that… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Sauerkraut with Daikon and Garlic post image

One of the most nutritious, yet basic fermented foods is sauerkraut. When fermented, the lowly cabbage is packed with nutrients. Add Daikon and garlic and you have a tasty treat! I'm really in love with Daikon radish as it adds a bit of spice to… Click to Continue →

New Discovery: Why Leafy Greens are Great for Gut Bacteria post image

It turns out that leafy greens are good for much more than the things we usually think of – providing minerals and phytonutrients. It has been recently discovered that there is a special sugar in leafy greens that feed our beneficial gut bacteria and protect… Click to Continue →

Glyphosate: An Assault on Your Microbiome post image

The rise in chronic inflammatory diseases has emerged along with the increasing use of the chemical glyphosate (over 300 million pounds a year) – the main pesticide in Monsanto's Roundup. Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Roundup. It is a non selective herbicide that was… Click to Continue →

GBS Screening: An Assault on Pregnant Women and Their Newborns post image

As if health officials and medical doctors recommending flu vaccines for pregnant women, and now, the TDaP during pregnancy (and to all potential caregivers of the newborn), wasn't enough, a further assault on pregnant women involves the screening for Group B Strep (GBS). The routine… Click to Continue →

The Future of Medicine is the Microbiome post image

The Human Genome Project has identified the twenty thousand (+) genes in the human body. However, you may be shocked (or surprised) to find out that this project also informed us that there are 10 times that amount of bacterial DNA in each and every… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Paleo Apple Tart (SCD, GAPS)

Recipe: Paleo Apple Tart (SCD, GAPS) post image

There really is no "right" season for an apple tart. It's appropriate any time of the year. This apple tart will impress your guests and complies with grain free, Paleo eating! Doesn't it look professional? There is one special pan you need – a tart… Click to Continue →

New Flu Vaccine Targets Seniors with a Powerful (and Toxic) Adjuvant post image

This season a new influenza vaccine was approved by the FDA that is targeted to those aged 65 and over. It was formulated to provoke a stronger immune response in the elderly, by adding an adjuvant called squalene oil. Although squalene is a naturally occurring… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Roasted Fingerling Potatoes

Recipe: Roasted Fingerling Potatoes post image

I don't usually eat white potatoes, but these organic fingerlings were beckoning to me at the farmer's market this week. Once in a great while I might eat white potatoes. Even if you don't tolerate them, your guests may really love them! These fingerlings fall… Click to Continue →

10 Tips To Help Your Picky Eater

10 Tips To Help Your Picky Eater post image

One of the most frustrating experiences as a parent is to have a picky eater. As the parent, you don't want to force your child to eat things that you know their growing bodies need, but you also don't want to enable them to continue… Click to Continue →

Top 10 Paleo Valentine Treats That Beat Toxic Commercial Candy! post image

Are you worried about all the HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) in all the commercial candy and chocolate these days? Well, you should be. Aside from all the additives, that candy is made from genetically modified corn and laced with glyphosate pesticides that work like… Click to Continue →

Bacteriophages: New/Old Weapon Against Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria post image

Due to the emerging crisis of antibiotic resistant bacteria, the biotech world is reaching out to bacteriophages – viruses retrieved from sewers and other dirty waterways – for their bacteria killing abilities. These phages are natural killers of bacteria and have been used in Russia… Click to Continue →