• Histamines and Digestive Health

    Histamines and Digestive Health

    Histamine is a neurotransmitter produced by pathogenic bacteria in the gut. Normally, histamine is broken down naturally by an enzyme diamine oxidase.

  • Female Self Perspective – Venus Figurines

    Female Self Perspective – Venus Figurines

    Exploring the theory that these figurines began as a form of self-representation by women. When examined, this proposal becomes so compelling the question is, Why did it take so long to consider the logical possibility that a female point of view was involved?

  • Honey Hunters of the World

    Honey Hunters of the World

    Honey hunting is a tradition that is older than humanity and has been developed by people (and animals) all around the world. We all like honey. It is interesting to see the different clever and daring rituals people have developed in the quest to harvest honey.

  • GAPS™ Breakfast Recipes

    GAPS™ Breakfast Recipes

    List of a wide variety of GAPs legal recipes and ideas for breakfast, including links to the recipes.

  • Grow Vegetables Encoded With Your Own DNA

    Grow Vegetables Encoded With Your Own DNA

    “Every seed you plant contains within itself an enormous amount of information about the Universe….Before planting, put into your mouth one or more little seeds, hold them in your mouth, under the tongue, for at least nine minutes.” -Anastasia

  • Natural Diet – Masanobu Fukuoka

    Natural Diet – Masanobu Fukuoka

    Modern people have lost their clear instinct and consequently have become unable to gather the seven herbs of spring. Their diet becomes disordered, the gap between likes and dislikes widens, and their instinct becomes more and more bewildered.

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Investigative video shows diseased and deformed fish in salmon farms

Investigative video shows diseased and deformed fish in salmon farms

Source: CBC News Hereditary chief George Quocksister Jr., 68, from the Laich-Kwil-Tach Nation has been gathering footage of unhealthy salmon all month. Quocksister has been going from salmon farm to salmon farm along the east coast of Vancouver Island from Cambell River to Alert Bay. "I'm ...

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Icelandic Hot-Springs Bread

Icelandic Hot-Springs Bread

Image Source: Kelsey Reckling Like many people I've rather an obsession with hot-springs, especially wild unadulterated hot-springs. Took long enough but finally a curiosity popped into my head wondering if people cooked in hot-springs traditionally. So of course they did, in fact they stil ...

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Why Fasting Boosts Brain Power - Mark Mattson

Why Fasting Boosts Brain Power - Mark Mattson

Mark Mattson is the current Chief of the Laboratory of Neurosciences at the National Institute on Aging. He is also a professor of Neuroscience at The Johns Hopkins University. Mattson is one of the foremost researchers in the area of cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying neurodegenerativ ...

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Meat-Eating: Evolution of Our Brain and Gut

Meat-Eating: Evolution of Our Brain and Gut

Throughout the human lineage, both the gut and the brain have been composed of metabolically expensive tissue—that is, they require a disproportionate amount of energy to function properly. According to one theory, as the human brain evolved to be bigger the gut had to shrink, to leave more energ ...

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Dendrotherapy and the Energy of the Siberian Cedar

Dendrotherapy and the Energy of the Siberian Cedar

Source: Ringing Cedars of Russia The plants that surround us are not merely a green background. The healing properties of trees are used for the treatment and prevention of various ailments. Since ancient times, it has been thought that flowers, bushes, and trees absorb information they recei ...

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Babies are born Dirty, with a Gutful of Bacteria

Babies are born Dirty, with a Gutful of Bacteria

Image - Lennart Nilsson I am reposting this article from this website where the whole article is shared. It is still the general opinion that babies are born sterile and only come into contact with microbes as they are born, via the vagina and then the skin they come in contact with. But there ...