naan bread with curry butter, yogurt dip and spicy hummus

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Self-cannibalism: Scientists create first lab-grown “steak” with human cells and expired blood donations, allowing you to EAT your own FLESH

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Self-cannibalism: Scientists create first lab-grown “steak” with human cells and expired blood donations, allowing you to EAT your own FLESH

No scientist, mad or not, has ever managed to grow a slab of meat in the lab without using an expensive serum derived from animal blood. That is, not until the Ouroboros Steak.

Currently on display at the Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition in London, the Ouroboros Steak is a piece of real meat grown from human cells and expired blood donations. Continue reading

Essential homesteading skills for self-sufficiency

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Essential homesteading skills for self-sufficiency

Homesteading requires diverse skills to truly become self-sufficient. You need to produce your own food, create and mend your clothing, till the land yourself and protect yourself from invading animals or thieves.

For those looking to get into homesteading, here are some of the essential homesteading skills that you will need to learn. (h/t to HomesteadAdvisor.com) Continue reading

The High Cost of Salmon Farming

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The High Cost of Salmon Farming

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Farm-raised fish production has skyrocketed 527% in the last three decades
  • An estimated 50% of fish eaten worldwide comes from fish farms
  • More than one-third of “wild-caught” salmon from the Faroe Islands (tucked between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean) are actually farmed fish that escaped
  • Mowi USA, the world’s largest producer of Atlantic salmon products, was sued for misleading consumers with false marketing claims
  • Your “all natural” Atlantic salmon came from a factory fish farm

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7 benefits of glutamine

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7 benefits of glutamine

All amino acids are important in maintaining overall health but one of the most critical ones is glutamine, which is the most abundant free amino acid in the body. This amino acid is also one of the most involved in different bodily functions, including those of the immune, digestive, and nervous systems. Continue reading

Top Five Traditional, Fermented Anti-Aging Foods

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Top Five Traditional, Fermented Anti-Aging Foods

Want a simple way to boost your brain power, heart health, digestion, disease resistance and energy level? If that all sounds too good to be true, it’s time you got acquainted with the top five traditional, fermented antiaging foods

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This is why ancient Egyptians referred to Aloe Vera as the ‘plant of immortality’

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This is why ancient Egyptians referred to Aloe Vera as the ‘plant of immortality’

In ancient Egypt, Aloe vera was known as the “plant of immortality,” and it’s easy to see why. In addition to its well known use as a first aid ointment for minor burns, cuts and scrapes, aloe is also useful for a variety of other medicinal and nutritive uses, both external and internal.

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This Is the Primary Benefit of Niacin (B3)

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This Is the Primary Benefit of Niacin (B3)

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  • Niacin plays an important role in photoprotection from the effect of UV radiation on DNA damage and oxidative stress and helps guard against the rising prevalence of skin cancer
  • Some research has also found long-term benefits from taking niacin that lower your risk of all-cause mortality
  • B vitamins help support your immune system. B3 is a precursor to NAD and may help prevent some of the worst COVID-19 outcomes from cytokine and bradykinin storms
  • Seek to get your B3 from food; high dose supplements may trigger a niacin flush in which your skin will get red and tingle. Although it is irritating, it is harmless

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Food scientists recommend daily consumption of whole eggs to reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke

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Food scientists recommend daily consumption of whole eggs to reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke

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How Blood Sugar Can Increase Your Body Temp to Disrupt Sleep

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How Blood Sugar Can Increase Your Body Temp to Disrupt Sleep

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Your blood glucose and insulin levels rise when you eat before bed, which may reduce your ability to sleep soundly by affecting thermoregulation and homeostasis
  • Diabetes and high blood sugar increase retention of heat during exercise and recovery; poor capacity to dissipate heat also reduces sleep quality
  • Quality sleep depends on lowering your core body temperature during the night, but does not affect your peripheral skin temperature
  • Refrain from eating for three to four hours before sleep and consider taking a shower before bed if you do eat late; sleep in a cool room with light covers, but not so cold you are shivering

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Exercise and Whey Protein Slow Age-Related Bone and Muscle Loss

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Exercise and Whey Protein Slow Age-Related Bone and Muscle Loss

Do you worry about loss of bone and muscle as you age? Science shows that basic lifestyle interventions can reverse this trend and may even help stop it before it starts 

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Berries: A Top Anti-Diabetes Food

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Berries aren’t called superfoods for nothing. A review covering 336 scientific articles on these fruits has shown that berry consumption can go a long way in preventing and managing Type 2 diabetes and its complications

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Hypertension Alert

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Hypertension Alert

If you are anything like me, you better be checking your blood pressure. Mine blew sky high this morning, and lucky for me, I live in a natural hospital, so I received treatments right away. Stress is going off the Richtor Scale for millions, but my wife said, probably it is more like billions.

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Forests Are About to Become Genetically Modified

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  • Scientists have been working since the early 1990s to develop a genetically altered American chestnut tree resistant to a fungus that all but wiped out the species
  • The forests along the U.S. east coast were once home to billions of American chestnut trees that provided sustenance for animals and humans
  • Farmers used to fatten their hogs and cows by allowing them to forage for chestnuts in the fall; people in the Appalachian Mountains would harvest and sell the chestnuts
  • A release of GE trees would open the door to release other genetically engineered plants in the forest. It is impossible to monitor the GE trees or predict how they will impact the environment

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Eating Chili Pepper May Help You Live Longer

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Individuals who consume chili pepper may live longer and may have a significantly reduced risk of dying from cardiovascular disease or cancer, according to preliminary research to be presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2020. The meeting will be held virtually, Friday, November 13-Tuesday, November 17, 2020, and is a premier global exchange of the latest scientific advancements, research and evidence-based clinical practice updates in cardiovascular science for health care worldwide. Continue reading