Nanoparticles Found in Many Foods Could Wreak Havoc with Your Gut Microbiome

mood raising, pharmacy, medicine

Rob Verkerk If anyone tried to convince you that size isn’t important, let them know that sometimes it is. Especially when it comes to the size of things we consume or inject into our bodies. Remember the lipid nanoparticles used to carry mRNA “vaccine” cargo into our cells? Well, it turns out that some metal […]

The Human Electromagnetic Field II

man in black wet suit standing on sea shore during sunset

Eugenio Lepine Let’s focus now on the macroscopic aspects of the human electromagnetic field. Let’s see which organs and parts of the body produce electromagnetism, and if there is any relationship between them. Link to Part I:

Is Immunity Debt Real, or Should You Keep Kids in a Bubble?

bubble taken at daytime

Joseph Mercola Children who aren’t exposed to germs on a regular basis have different microbiomes than those who are. The microbiome, in turn, plays a decisive role in how well one’s immune system works. Exposure to nonpathogenic microorganisms helps prevent immune-mediated chronic disorders, as they act as immunomodulatory signaling agents. They basically train your immune […]

Do Dietary Lectins Cause Disease?

David L. J. Freed The evidence is suggestive—and raises interesting possibilities for treatment. Lectins are carbohydrate binding proteins present in most plants, especially seeds and tubers like cereals, potatoes, and beans. Until recently their main use was as histology and blood transfusion reagents, but in the past two decades we have realised that many lectins […]

The War Against an Underrated Yet Essential Food in Our Diet

cooked food on black pan

Marina Zhang Nutrition is a field of contradictions and changing fads. In recent decades, most schools and teachers encourage a diet high in grains and vegetables, moderate protein, and low fats and oils. Over the years, paleo, keto, vegan, and various diets that contradict each other have come and gone. However, amidst it all, is […]


The Weston A. Price Foundation It may seem strange to us that, in earlier times, people knew how to preserve vegetables for long periods without the use of freezers or canning machines. This was done through the process of lacto- fermentation. Lactic acid is a natural preservative that inhibits putrefying bacteria. Starches and sugars in […]

The Low-FODMAP Diet: A Proven Gut Therapy

clear glass jar with white liquid

Michael Ruscio FODMAPs are short-chain carbohydrates that some people have difficulty digesting. Research shows that a low-FODMAP elimination diet can be an effective diet for treating gastrointestinal symptoms associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The low-FODMAP diet also has been shown to reduce pain associated with fibromyalgia and increase quality […]