This is a good video…please, take a few minutes to watch it. The future of our species depends on people rising up against the greed and short-sightedness that has been destroying the only planet that can sustain us.
This is s big deal…Monsanto has been found responsible for a guy’s cancer caused by glyphosate usage….apple.news/AG5fWm9dDS2qNhgaq71IpVQ
A new study suggests a link between cholesterol and Alzheimer’s disease…that excessive cholesterol could aid in the formation fo beta-amyloid plaques in the brain. It doesn’t seem like this is the only factor behind Alzheimer’s, but it’s yet another reason to follow a healthy diet. Read more at Care2.
Coffee’s health benefits are nothing new (a topic I cover occasionally at Coffeeopolis.com). There’s a steady stream of scientific studies that generally support that conclusion…which I guess is not surprising, I mean, considering coffee’s popularity, I imagine there’s no shortage of scientists eager to study the topic more! But I digress. A team in Germany has made progress in understanding exactly how coffee helps your heart. More specifically, it’s the caffeine that in this case is responsible…it triggers the action of a protein called p27, which basically helps cell repair processes in the heart. However, the data comes from studies done with mice…whether it works the same in humans is less certain. Read more at this link if you’re curious (or the published paper in the journal PLOS)
Do you want to know the best news? The optimal caffeine intake to achieve these benefits is about for or five cups of coffee a day! So, drink up!
I’m not happy if I don’t feel like my body is operating at peak efficiency…yet sometimes it’s hard to figure out why things seem off. If you have the time and patience, scheduling a trip to the doctor is always the best option. For a quick peek into the systems of your body, there are at-home tests you can do to test an amazing number of things. The company I’ve been trying out is EverlyWell, and they offer a really large variety of tests, depending on what conditions you’re trying to debug:
- Food sensitivity test
- Food sensitivity+
- Postmenopause test
- Women’s fertility test
- Perimenopause test
- Metabolism test
- Thyroid test
- Testosterone test
- Breast Milk DHA test
- Men’s health test
- Women’s health test
- Vitamin D and Inflammation test
- Vitamin D test
- Cholesterol and lipids test
- Heavy metals test
- Sleep and stress test
- HbA1c test
- STD test
- Ovarian reserve test
You get the idea! These tests aren’t covered by most insurance companies, but depending on what you want to test and why, that may be the case anyway (or if you’re on a high deductible plan, it’s all out of pocket anyway, and you can at least use an HSA or FSA to pay for these). It’s cheap, quick, and easy…well sort of easy…some tests DO require some drops of blood so you need to be able to handle that! Just remember…whatever your results, don’t play internet doctor and go crazy over this…but DO use the results to determine if you need to schedule an appointment with a doctor to investigate further!
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