Autoimmune Paleo Parsnip Risotto

Autoimmune Paleo Parsnip Risotto

If you are following a grain free or Autoimmune Paleo diet, I suggest you pre-order Mickey’s new cookbook here. I receive many cookbooks to recommend here, and only a few make the cut. The Nutrient Dense Kitchen is going to be a staple cookbook in my home because the recipes are practical, elegant, and simple. The recipes are also photographed by my talented friend Charlotte Dupont, who did my most recent photoshoot (you’ll see some of her photos on my IG feed.)


3 Ways to Hack Loneliness

My first revelation was that at the center of loneliness was desire. It was a powerful longing for love. And yet, I had learned that that kind of longing was unattractive. I was told that I should stop looking for love and that it would “happen when I least expected it”. I told myself that I better stop wanting things because not getting them made me feel desperate, pathetic, and disappointed. I told myself that I was too old, too ugly, and just too late for love, and then I told myself that love wasn’t real anyway (given the divorce rate). I tried anything and everything to get me to stop wanting love. Nothing worked. I continued to feel lonely.

One day, I was at the beach with my crush and my crush’s new girlfriend. As they snuggled together on the shore, I morosely wandered into the waves, feeling lost in a haze of loneliness and frustrated desire. Suddenly, I decided that instead of fighting off my yearning, I was going to try and open up to it. With each wave that crashed over my head, I called out a new desire. “I want the dress I saw on 5th Avenue,” I started. Crash. “I want to be pretty.” Crash. “I want real love.” Crash. Instead of feeling depressed or lonely, opening up to each desire felt liberating. It felt strong and brave and exciting. Nothing guaranteed I would get these things, but just saying them felt almost as good. Within loneliness is a deep and powerful desire to connect. Trying to get rid of it won’t help. Opening up to the longing will.

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The Complete Mediterranean Diet Food List

Is there a diet that’s both health-promoting and absolutely delicious? Yes, and its name is the Mediterranean diet. This way of eating is loaded with major health benefits and a Mediterranean diet food list that will leave your mouth watering. It’s a diet that can appeal to people of all different ages and backgrounds, it’s not too expensive to follow and calorie quality is way more important than calorie quantity.

What’s a typical Mediterranean diet breakfast look like? It varies by region, but in Lebanon, for an example, a classic breakfast may include leftover grains such as barley or bulgur wheat combined with a touch of honey, fruit, cinnamon and a splash of high-quality milk. Sounds pretty tasty, right?

What’s wrong with what we eat

There’s no question, none, that so-called lifestyle diseases — diabetes, heart disease, stroke, some cancers — are diseases that are far more prevalent here than anywhere in the rest of the world. And that’s the direct result of eating a Western diet. Our demand for meat, dairy, and refined carbohydrates — the world consumes one billion cans or bottles of Coke a day — our demand for these things, not our need, our want, drives us to consume way more calories than are good for us. And those calories are in foods that cause, not prevent, disease. Now global warming was unforeseen. We didn’t know that pollution did more than cause bad visibility. Maybe a few lung diseases here and there, but, you know, that’s not such a big deal.

Fungi matter | Dr. Demetra Kandalepas

I’m here to tell you that you probably can’t even imagine the scope of what fungi do for you every day and what they could potentially do for you. You probably don’t think about the fact that without fungi, we’d probably be buried under mountains of plant debris, and maybe animal carcasses, and quite literally, a lot of shit. These things are incredible composters. They are the garbage disposals of Nature. The fungus that you see right here, you probably recognize it as an oyster mushroom.


Dr Bruce Lipton’s views on Vaccinations

When you put a needle under the skin, that is not any normal function of a biological system, oral vaccines are the normal function and this becomes very critical because oral is using the tonsils for what their function was, creating an immune response, bypassing the tonsils but you throw a monkey wrench into the system.

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