Pumpkin spice ice cream is a delicious treat that aides the transition from summer to fall. Few things say the crispness of fall like pumpkin spice ice cream. It’s a treat that can balance out any warm fall day, filling your heart and belly with the coolness of ice cream while enjoying the […]
The medicinal value of sage is astonishing. It is an easy to grow garden herb, that thrives in most areas, even over the cold winter months. Traditionally, it is used to season pork, squash, root vegetables, beans, and egg dishes. Medicinally, the health benefits are literally shocking. Once you learn of the studies showing […]
Herbs and spices are wonderful for adding flavor to cooking, but their medicinal values are phenomenal. Bay leaves show incredible support to a healthy diet and should be used to both make food taste better, but primarily to support the body.
Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition reported a study performed at the Department […]
Ginger is a medicinal herb used in cooking for centuries. In many communities it’s a sacred food, however the medicinal aspects of ginger are so powerful it’s eyebrow raising. Ginger warms up the digestive tract but contains nutritive properties that create true medicinal support. In some studies dried ginger was found most useful while others […]
Herbs and spices are powerful medicine when added to foods. This is common knowledge in traditional cooking, a skill that is being kept alive by some foodies that not only makes their food taste better, many say it keeps them out of the doctor’s office. Thyme is a strong medicinal herb that is both easy […]
Spices play a critical role in food production, both for taste and medicinal purposes. Knowing which spices assist in what situations can help us be better cooks, but also can help us as we use food as medicine. Let’s take a look at pepper!
Pepper is a wonderful spice that has been used for many […]
Comfort food soothes deep into the bones, this dish is no exception. The simple ingredients and easy cook method will make Bacon and Cauliflower Alfredo a popular dish.
Make riced cauliflower by putting one head of cauliflower into a food processor and pulse until riced.
Saute a pound of uncured bacon, without nitrates and added […]
“The basic reason we need sodium is osmotic pressure, a pressure on the inside and outside of the cell. Our bodies are supposed to be salty. We absolutely need a teaspoon and a half of salt a day to […]
A Faraday cage is an enclosure made with material or coatings, which are known to protect people from electromagnetic field exposure – an enclosure that shields you from electromagnetic fields. It can be made from mesh, or sheets covering the walls. There are many forms of the Faraday cage currently in use, the most popular […]
“One of the things we know Glyphosate does, in high concentrations, is it paralyzes the gut,” says Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist at MIT. This can cause many things to happen, including low stomach acid, SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) and undigested food matter in the stools, among other things. She says disease […]
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