Monthly Archives: September 2012

More odd news for this week.

Worldwide bacon shortage? Bah. Bacon isn’t good for you anyway. I haven’t missed it since we went plant based because our food is soooo much better. 🙂

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Oh. My. Goodness. Ketosis and Spontaneous Human Combustion?

Quote: For the very first time we have a plausible model for spontaneous human combustion, which offers a natural metabolic explanation for this well-documented phenomenon. The model experiments match the descriptions of cases involving people. What are the practical implications? … Continue reading

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On this week’s menu…

Our lucky clients have some fun food coming up including: Ginger Dal Kitchaii Samosa Stew Pockets Wraps Carrot Cupcakes with Agave Topping Chocolate Pudding Cake Triple Whammy Brannies It’s gonna be fun!~! If you live in Central Minnesota, I may … Continue reading

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“Coronary artery disease is nothing more than a toothless tiger.”

I love Caldwell Esselstyn. Adore him. Check out his latest article. 🙂 Via Dr. McDougall

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Omega 3 Fatty Acids May Not Be All They’re Cracked Up To Be…

Quote: Omega-3 fatty acids, found in oily fish such as sardines and salmon and once touted as a way of staving off heart disease and stroke, don’t help after all, according to a Greek study. Another quote: Scientists cited improvements … Continue reading

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Type 3 Diabetes?

The money quote: But this problem belongs to all of us. Even if you can detach yourself from the suffering caused by diseases arising from bad diets, you will carry the cost, as a growing proportion of the health budget … Continue reading

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Are all the changes worth it?

You tell me. 🙂

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Organic or not?

According to this article, nutritionally speaking, there’s not a big difference. There may be more to the story, but as for now… either way, eat your vegetables. 🙂

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