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Mood Support Diet

A diet to help improve your mood: 1. eat foods high in potassium, such as: low-sodium V8 juice reduced fat potato chips tomato soup sun-dried tomatoes french fries hash browns hulled hemp seeds etc. You don’t need to eat all … Continue reading

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The Great Nutrient Collapse: Why are our Crops becoming ever less nutritious?

The answer is simple. Most food crops have increased in yield steadily over the past several decades. The increase in yield is obtained by increasing plant density and increasing fertilizer. This results in higher yields, but on less soil. So … Continue reading

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What To Eat After a Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer

Survival Rates WebMD: “While the number of men diagnosed with prostate cancer remains high, so does the number of men who get it and live. Survival rates after diagnosis of common types of prostate cancer are: 5 years: nearly 100% … Continue reading

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50% of World Hunger is in 3 Nations; 70% is in 12 Nations

According to the World Hunger Report (2015), based on the estimated number of hungry persons in each nation, a full 50% of the 805 million hungry persons on the planet are found in only three nations: India, China, Ethiopia. India: … Continue reading

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Does the world produce enough food to feed everyone?

Not really. Several different hunger organizations claim the answer is ‘Yes’. They say that our world of 7 billion persons produces enough food for 10 billion persons. This answer is partially true, but inaccurate. According to the analysis in my … Continue reading

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Overview of Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) for Chronic Pain

Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is a natural compound found in small amounts in egg, milk, peanut, and soy [1]. PEA is also naturally-produced by the human body [1]. “PEA was identified in the 1950s as a therapeutic principle with potent anti-inflammatory properties. … Continue reading

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Reduce your Risk of Cataracts

— Dietary factors shown by studies to REDUCE risk of cataracts (clouding of the lens in the eye) — potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, vitamin E, vitamin C, riboflavin, folic acid: [1] iodine with borderline statistical significance (p=0.07): [1] protein, vitamin … Continue reading