• 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.

  • Santa Claus and the Magic Mushrooms

    Santa Claus and the Magic Mushrooms

    Have you ever wondered why on Christmas we cut down/carry evergreen trees inside our houses, decorate them with fancy ornaments, and place presents underneath them?

  • Grain-Free Christmas Recipes

    Grain-Free Christmas Recipes

    Here are some of my favorite grain and gluten free recipes to keep your belly happy, not bloated and uncomfortable through the season of feasting.

  • Cherry-Pecan Ambrosia Pompoms

    Cherry-Pecan Ambrosia Pompoms

    Cherries and pecans are both incredibly high in antioxidants and the coconut cream and oil in these tasty pompoms are also very good for you. These are easy to make and hard to stop eating!

  • Carmelized Kanboshi Daikon from Hida Kamioka

    Carmelized Kanboshi Daikon from Hida Kamioka

    Kanboshi Daikon is made from peeled, sliced radishes which are boiled, then hung out under the eaves for about a month to expose them to the cool air.

  • Minty Pomegranate & Coconut Kombucha Punch

    Minty Pomegranate & Coconut Kombucha Punch

    Tasty recipe for a minty pomegranate and coconut water kombucha. A lovely healthier Christmas punch.

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Histamines and Digestive Health

Histamines and Digestive Health

Source: Sheila Shea's June 2017 newsletter. Histamine: Such a Hot Topic! Histamine is a neurotransmitter produced by pathogenic bacteria in the gut. Normally, histamine is broken down naturally by an enzyme diamine oxidase. However, many people are bankrupt of that enzyme, do not break do ...

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How therapists are using the rituals of eating to treat victims of trauma

How therapists are using the rituals of eating to treat victims of trauma

So fabulous how the rituals of eating and food preparation are being used as medicine. This is kind of a no-brainer and rather obvious, but for some reason it has taken us forever to get to this place. This is what Hella Delicious is all about and we are very excited to see this movement really ...

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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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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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Female Self Perspective - Venus Figurines

Female Self Perspective - Venus Figurines

Posting this article to honor Lady Day (March 25th) Source: Toward Decolonizing Gender: Female Vision in the Upper Paleolithic by Catherine Hodge McCoid and Leroy D. McDermott American Anthropologist, June 1996 Abstract: Examining McDermott's hypothesis that the earliest known images of th ...

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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 ...