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Why We Need to Save Wildlife to Save Ourselves

Why We Need to Save Wildlife to Save Ourselves | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Midway through the new special issue of Science, about the global loss of wildlife, my heart caught on this idea: We now live with a steady, imperceptible loss “in people’s expectations of what the...

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Compelling argument for respect for the natural environment.

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Garry Rogers's curator insight, July 24, 2014 7:21 PM

The essence of Aldo Leopold's "Land Ethic" is that human acceptance of the equality of other creatures is essential for the survival of all.

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Truth in Nourishment…Epicurist supports debate on sustainable agricultural practices for a healthy environment, healthy you, and a better life through tastier food.
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6 Power Foods that Help Fight Cancer

6 Power Foods that Help Fight Cancer | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it

The bestHere are six  foods that help fight cancer, from flaxseed lignans, to tomatoes, to garlic, to avocados, to cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cabbage,


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The secret to best health and longest life is clear: eat right, eat well, and don't eat too much.

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, January 21, 7:18 PM

Did you know that dark green leafy veggies, alliums (garlic, onions), and cruciferous veggies (broccoli, cabbage, kale, cauliflower, arugula,  Brussels sprouts) are three of the very best cancer fighting plant based real whole food ingredients that you you want to include in your weekly meal plans? Consuming any plant based real whole food rich in fiber, nutrient dense, and detoxifying will make a huge difference for your over all health.

 

Health Tips:  If you're relatively healthy and fit, and already eating plant based, you might want to consider eating two meals a day stretched out over six or more hours.  Eat an early lunch or brunch and then have your dinner later. You can fill up on filtered water when you wake until your first meal. then drink more filtered water between meals and a few hours before bedtime.

 

When you consume plant based ingredients, you're already getting all your antioxidants, vitamins, minerals which give you plenty of energy and help you feel lighter. These are the anti-inflammatory foods. If you want or feel you need to take supplements, you can always do so. Vitamin D, the B complex, and magnesium are recommended.

 

If you're still making changes to your food regimen, add more plant based ingredients and less of the animal based and processed food, which are pro-inflammatory.  You'll feel and look better.

 

Read more about "6 Power Foods That Help Fight Cancer" from www.ecowatch.com by Diana Herrington, Care2

 

This www.scoop.it/t/zestful-living site is being curated by Sandi Cornez. Follow Sandi for more healthy food/water tips @http://www.facebook.com/wisdomfromthewell

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Changing Your Diet, For Life

Changing Your Diet, For Life | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it

The federal government released new dietary guidelines this month, suggesting a big reduction in the intake of sugar for most Americans. You can forgive Dr. Robert H. Lustig if he says "I told you so." 


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We are what we eat after all.

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Institute for Responsible Nutrition's curator insight, January 21, 2:22 PM

Dr. Lustig explains how processed food isn't food at all. Processed food is high in sugar and low in fiber. What we need is a low-sugar, high-fiber diet, or in other words, real food.

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The State of Food: Part II

The State of Food: Part II | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Mark Bittman on GMOs, farms, raising healthier kids, and establishing a minimum drinking age for soda.

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How about a new consumer protection organisation with real power to ensure the safety and quality of the food system.

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Institute for Responsible Nutrition's curator insight, December 17, 2015 1:45 PM

"You can’t change agriculture unless you change the way people eat, and you can’t change the way people eat unless you change agriculture—so which of those comes first?" Mark Bittman

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Fish oil helps transform fat cells from storage to burning

Fish oil helps transform fat cells from storage to burning | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Researchers have found that fish oil transforms fat-storage cells into fat-burning cells, which may reduce weight gain in middle age.

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Saudi women allowed to vote for first time

Saudi women allowed to vote for first time | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it

"On Saturday 12 December people in Saudi Arabia go to the polls. This is a rare event in itself, but on this occasion women in the country will be voting and standing for office for the first time in history. Voting for the municipal elections take place across Saudi Arabia, but we managed to speak to the first women to register to vote in the capital Riyadh."


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My vote is that all women just leave Saudi until they are given equal rights.  Otherwise, they provide tacit support to an Apartheid state of the sexes.  A man who is not endowed with the sense to see and treat women as equals is not endowed, period.

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Chelsea Martines's curator insight, December 13, 2015 10:58 PM
Saudi Arabia has mad a change in their society. They are now giving women's rights and giving them sufferage. This is a rare event, according to the journalist, as Saudi Arabian women do no normally get rights such as these. The journalist was able to interview and talk to a women who was able to register to vote. They got many insights from her about his it feels to now be able to participate in choosing their country's leaders
John Peterson's comment, December 19, 2015 1:38 PM
Very interesting story.
Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, January 4, 4:35 AM

Saudi women allowed to vote for first time

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Researchers Reveal How Climate Change Killed Mars

Researchers Reveal How Climate Change Killed Mars | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Mars used to be much warmer and wetter than it is today. Scientists are unraveling the mystery of why it dried out.

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can you imagine?

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The Definitive Guide to Building Deep Rich Soils by Imitating Nature - Permaculture Apprentice

The Definitive Guide to Building Deep Rich Soils by Imitating Nature - Permaculture Apprentice | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
As some of you may have heard, I’ve finally got my hands on a piece of a land and now when I’m finally able to get my hands dirty I’m faced with the reality of my shallow, compacted, alkaline and sometimes waterlogged for months soils. This has come as a huge disappointment as I had …

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American Youths File Landmark Climate Lawsuit Against President Obama & U.S. Government

American Youths File Landmark Climate Lawsuit Against President Obama & U.S. Government | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it

On August 12, International Youth Day, 21 young people from across the United States filed a landmark constitutional climate change lawsuit against the federal government in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon. Also acting as a plaintiff is world-renowned climate scientist Dr. James E. Hansen, serving as guardian for future generations and for his granddaughter, and Earth Guardians, representing young citizen beneficiaries of the public trust. The complaint asserts that, in causing climate change, the federal government has violated the youngest generation’s constitutional rights to life, liberty, property, and has failed to protect essential public trust resources. 

"The complaint alleges the federal government is violating the youth’s constitutional rights by promoting the development and use of fossil fuels. These young plaintiffs are challenging the federal government’s national fossil fuel programs, as well as the proposed Jordan Cove LNG export terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon. The plaintiffs seek to hold President Obama and various federal agencies responsible for continued fossil fuel exploitation. The federal government has known for decades that fossil fuels are destroying the climate system. No less important than in the civil rights cases, the plaintiffs seek a court order requiring the president to immediately implement a national plan to decrease atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide to a safe level: 350ppm by the year 2100."

Photo:  Dr. James Hansen and one of the plaintiffs, his granddaughter Sophie.


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I can't imagine this is going to succeed, but its interesting that the point has been raised.

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Garry Rogers's curator insight, November 17, 2015 7:57 PM

GR:  Here's the latest I've seen:

November 12, 2015

"World’s Largest Petroleum Companies Call Youth’s Landmark Climate Lawsuit “a Direct Threat to [Their] Businesses.”

Businesses' motion to Intervene Aligns Fossil Fuel Industry with President Obama and the U.S. Government Ahead of Paris Climate Talks.

"The proposed interveners constitute a veritable who’s who of major corporate polluters, including the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers (representing members Exxon Mobil, BP, Shell, Koch Industries, and virtually all other U.S. refiners and petrochemical manufacturers), the American Petroleum Institute (representing 625 oil and natural gas companies), and the National Association of Manufacturers."

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VIDEOS. Indonésie : fuyant le feu, des orangs-outans attaqués par des villageois

VIDEOS. Indonésie : fuyant le feu, des orangs-outans attaqués par des villageois | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Ils ont réussi à échapper aux feux de forêts mais pas aux jets de pierres... Une mère orang-outan et son petit contraints de fuir leur habitat naturel en raison des incendies qui ravagent l'Indonésie ont ensuite été attaqués par des villageois en colère, rapporte ce mardi une ONG de défense des animaux.

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When you buy food products containing Palm Oil, you have blood on your hands.  Nutella, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, Enfamil Baby Food, Jell-O, Mrs. Fields Cookies, Pepperidge Farm Cookies and many, many others contain Palm Oil.  Please don't buy anything that has Palm Oil in it, or the companies that are behind these products will never change.

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pdeppisch's comment, November 10, 2015 11:21 AM
Very upsetting - humans??????????? grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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Monsanto bets $45 billion on a pesticide-soaked future

Monsanto bets $45 billion on a pesticide-soaked future | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it

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Awake consumers, awake!

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Bandes fleuries, cadeau empoisonné

Bandes fleuries, cadeau empoisonné | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Une récente étude britannique a révélé que les fleurs sauvages qui poussent en marge des champs cultivées contiennent d’inquiétantes concentrations d’insecticides néonicotinoïdes. Les concentrations sont même plus élevées (en moyenne 15 ppb) que dans les champs de colza (en moyenne 3 ppb). Les scientifiques ont trouvé des concentrations allant jusqu’à 86 ppb dans le pollen des berces et 64 ppb dans celui des pavots. Autre remarque : 97% des néonicotinoïdes qui entrent dans la ruche après le butinage proviennent de fleurs sauvages. Les scientifiques parlent d’une contamination généralisée des plantes sauvages qui poussent à proximité de cultures traitées.


[L'étude] Neonicotinoid Residues in Wildflowers, a Potential Route of Chronic Exposure for Bees - Environmental Science & Technology, 06.10.2015 http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.est.5b03459

                           


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One of the bee-saving methods proposed in modern agriculture is to leave a "border zone" around cultivate fields.  In the context of continued pesticide use, however, this has been shown to be a poisonous present to the bees, who gather as much as 90% of their pollen from these "border zones".  Article in French.


Uno de los métodos de ahorro de abejas que se proponen en la agricultura moderna es dejar una "zona de frontera" en torno a cultivar los campos. En el contexto del uso continuado de pesticidas, sin embargo, esto se ha demostrado que es un regalo venenoso para las abejas, que se reúnen hasta el 90% de su polen de estas "zonas fronterizas". Artículo en francés.


Une des méthodes d'abeilles d'économie proposées dans l'agriculture moderne est de laisser une «zone frontalière» autour de cultiver des champs. Dans le contexte de l'utilisation des pesticides continué cependant, cela a été démontré, à être un cadeau empoisonné pour les abeilles, qui se réunissent autant que 90% de leur pollen de ces "zones frontalières". Article en français.

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Bernadette Cassel's curator insight, October 17, 2015 10:54 AM



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From www.moraybeedinosaurs.co.uk - October 14, 7:05 PM :

Les pesticides néonicotinoïdes et les abeilles

                              

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Curbing global sugar consumption | World Cancer Research Fund International

Curbing global sugar consumption | World Cancer Research Fund International | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Effective food policy actions to help promote healthy diets & tackle obesity

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Sugar is one of the big four areas to focus on…the others are flour, fats, and eggs

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Institute for Responsible Nutrition's curator insight, October 13, 2015 2:34 PM

With 10 cancers being linked with greater body fatness, the World Cancer Research Fund examines the most effective programs aimed at reducing sugar consumption and offers evidence-informed policies governments can use to reduce sugar consumption.

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Why open-source seed breeding is critical for food security

Why open-source seed breeding is critical for food security | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
An organic seed-saving veteran calls for involving farmers in local innovation.

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This is the past, and should be the future, but if companies like Monsanto, Bayer, and Syngenta have their way, they will have a monopoly on seeds.
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Here's Why Cutting Sugar Intake Is Sweet For Your Child's Health

Here's Why Cutting Sugar Intake Is Sweet For Your Child's Health | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
When a study took sugar out of the diets of the 43 children, the subjects began to heed their bodies’ satiety clues, or know when they were full or hungry. What else were the effects of sugar on children and their well-being?

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Not just theirs, but everyone's

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Institute for Responsible Nutrition's curator insight, November 2, 2015 1:56 PM

"All the measures of metabolic health such as insulin, blood glucose, triglycerides, LDL or “bad” cholesterol, and liver function improved with sugar restriction."

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If we fail to tax sugary drinks, we fail our poorest children | Sarah Wollaston

If we fail to tax sugary drinks, we fail our poorest children | Sarah Wollaston | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
There’s no single way to tackle childhood obesity, but the problem is urgent, especially among disadvantaged children. A 20% tax would be a big help

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We could start by stopping to subsidise sugar for one…We could then stop subsidising the corn industry to produce high fructose corn syrup.  That would already be a great start.  How perverse is it that we distort the market in favour of these unhealthy substances and then end up having the highest rates of chronic disease that are related to consumption of these same substances…the US is the fattest, sickest developed country on earth with the highest per capita healthcare costs…the problem is that we are poisoning ourselves with our industrial-agricultural system and the processed food industry…it is the root cause.

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Institute for Responsible Nutrition's curator insight, December 1, 2015 2:35 PM

"When it comes to preventing obesity, however, no policy will be effective without tackling our food environment."

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Experts Say Lobbying Skewed the U.S. Dietary Guidelines

Experts Say Lobbying Skewed the U.S. Dietary Guidelines | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Experts say lobbying and business interests influenced the 2015 US dietary guidelines for Americans

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Of course lobbying skews dietary guidelines (and laws, and legislative agendas, etc)…that's what it is for.  Those who lobby the most get what they want more often than those who don't.

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Institute for Responsible Nutrition's curator insight, January 8, 6:54 PM

"tasking the government agency that manages America’s food production with crafting nutrition policy is akin to putting the fox in charge of the hen house."

Nancy S. Mure's curator insight, January 14, 8:32 AM

Well surprise, surprise... Whose shocked and appalled? 

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Greenland has lost a staggering amount of ice — and it’s only getting worse

Greenland has lost a staggering amount of ice — and it’s only getting worse | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Greenland has lost trillions of tons of ice since the year 1900.

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And what changes it will bring will be for future generations to experience.  The big picture: move polluting industries into space, and keep Earth healthy before it is destroyed.

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This diet study upends everything we thought we knew about ‘healthy’ food

This diet study upends everything we thought we knew about ‘healthy’ food | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
If you've ever tried out the latest diet fad only to find yourself gaining weight and wondered what you were doing wrong, scientists now have an explanation for you.

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The more we know the less we know.
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Institute for Responsible Nutrition's curator insight, December 1, 2015 2:12 PM

This appears to imply, the researcher said, that we're "really conceptually wrong" in our thinking about the obesity and diabetes epidemic.

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This is what happens when you give up sugar

This is what happens when you give up sugar | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Embarking on a sugar free diet could make food taste sweeter, helping people deviate from high sugar eating regimes, new research has found. The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, examined healthy adults who consumed two or more sugary drinks a day and consumed sweeteners on a regular basis.

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Institute for Responsible Nutrition's curator insight, November 30, 2015 6:26 PM

Herein lies an opportunity for food manufacturers to reduce the amount of sugar they add to processed foods. Doing so would reduce our sugar environment and leave no one dissatisfied.

Om Equilibrium's curator insight, December 5, 2015 3:57 AM

Ready for trying this?.....no more POISON in your life

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Documentary Highlights Permaculture Principles

Documentary Highlights Permaculture Principles | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
This documentary shows how permaculture harnesses nature's synergistic relationships to create efficient, self-supporting ecosystems.

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Eric Larson's curator insight, November 29, 2015 7:11 PM

Efficient, self-supporting, ecosystem?

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Antibiotic resistance: World on cusp of 'post-antibiotic era' - BBC News

Antibiotic resistance: World on cusp of 'post-antibiotic era' - BBC News | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
The world is on the cusp of a "post-antibiotic era", scientists have warned after finding bacteria resistant to drugs used when all other treatments have failed.

Their report, in the Lancet, identifies bacteria able to shrug off colistin in patients and livestock in China.

They said that resistance would spread around the world and raised the spectre of untreatable infections.

Experts said the worrying development needed to act as a global wake-up call.

Bacteria becoming completely resistant to treatment - also known as the antibiotic apocalypse - could plunge medicine back into the dark ages.

Common infections would kill once again, while surgery and cancer therapies, which are reliant on antibiotics, would be under threat.
Key players

Chinese scientists identified a new mutation, dubbed the MCR-1 gene, that prevented colistin from killing bacteria.

It was found in a fifth of animals tested, 15% of raw meat samples and in 16 patients.

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How do you stop it?  In most of the developing world it is possible to self-subscribe and walk into any pharmacy and just pick up whatever drugs you want.  In the end, the earth will "figure out" a way to reduce human population numbers if we haven't already dealt with it through war.

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Study links sweetened soda and heart failure - CNN.com

Study links sweetened soda and heart failure - CNN.com | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Two or more sweetened sodas per day might contribute to heart failure for men, a new study says.

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Come on guys…vote with the shopping cart

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Institute for Responsible Nutrition's curator insight, November 3, 2015 1:27 PM

Two or more sodas per day associated with a 23% higher risk of heart failure.

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Why Does A Plant Based Diet Protect Against Diabetes? | Natural Life Energy - Health Activist

Why Does A Plant Based Diet Protect Against Diabetes? | Natural Life Energy - Health Activist | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Free radials appear to be an important trigger for insulin resistance and diabetes 2, and the strong concentration of antioxidants in a whole food plant based diet help to negate the negative effects of free radicals.

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Diet is one of the three keys to a healthy, long life.  What are the other two?

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, October 24, 2015 12:34 AM

Did you know that consuming an organic plant based food regimen and keeping active through exercise is one of the very best preventative measures you can take to avoid diabetes type 2?  A 16 year Harvard study found that a large majority of people can lower their risk of type 2 diabetes by up to 91% with easy lifestyle changes and weight loss.

 

Health Tips: Produce consisting of dark leafy greens, veggies, and fruit are anti-inflammatory foods rich in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients which are high in essential fiber.  

 

The most important difference between good carbs (complex) which consist of plant based foods and bad carbs (simple, inflammatory) white flour, sugar, breads, pastas, potato chips, crackers, cookies, pies, pastries, soft drinks, fruit juices, most cold cereals etc. is how quickly the carb is broken down into glucose by your body. Fiber makes all the difference. Plant based foods are the only foods which contain fiber.

 

there are two types of fiber which help you mange your blood sugar, regardless if you have diabetes or not.  Insoluble fiber is the roughage component of veggies, fruits, grains that fill you up without causing weight gain (no calories). That's very important for people with diabetes, because weight loss lowers insulin resistance, allowing the naturally occurring insulin in your body to lower your blood sugar more effectively.

 

Soluble fiber, found in oatmeal, beans and seeds turns into a sticky gel when you digest it, trapping fats and cholesterol so they can't clog your bloodstream. Eating foods high in soluble fiber delays the rate at which your stomach empties, slowing digestion of sugars and starches, while controlling blood sugar spikes Fiber foods lower coronary heart disease studies show.

 

Here's "Why Does a Plant Based Diet Protect Against Diabetes?" from naturallifeenergy.com by Aqyil Aniys.

 

This www.scoop.it/t/zestful-living site is being curated by Sandi Cornez. Follow Sandi for more healthy food/water tips @http://www.facebook.com/wisdomfromthewell

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Le SNA demande le retrait de l'autorisation européenne du Sulfoxaflor

Le SNA demande le retrait de l'autorisation européenne du Sulfoxaflor | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
L'autorisation accordée par la CE au nouveau pesticide agricole Sulfoxaflor, interdit aux Etats-Unis pour ses effets délétères avérés sur les abeilles, est une nouvelle démonstration du scandaleux...

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Meme dans Europe, nous avons une lutte très fort contre les pesticides.


Non solo los Estados Unidos tiene problemas con pesticidas…en Europa, la vida es peligro para las abejas también.

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SUR ENTOMONEWS - From butine.info - Today, 10:13 AM :


Fin juillet 2015, l'Europe autorisait le Sulfoxaflor, un insecticide dangereux

                              
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Remplacer les pesticides

Remplacer les pesticides | Epicurist: In Victus Veritas | Scoop.it
Pour éradiquer les nuisibles, véritables fléaux des champs, les agriculteurs utilisent régulièrement des pesticides, dont les effets nocifs sur l'environnement comme sur notre santé ne sont malheureusement plus à prouver. Heureusement, des innovateurs mettent au point des alternatives de choix pour contrer ces produits chimiques aux effets néfastes : robot-motoculteur remplaçant les herbicides toxiques ou encore drone répartiteur de trichogrammes, ces micro-guêpes protectrices de nos plantations


[Vidéo] Remplacer les pesticides - FutureMag - ARTE - YouTube, 26.09.2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=18&v=mTKZlVOIM_k

                           


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