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The 14 Most Common Signs of Gluten Intolerance

The 14 Most Common Signs of Gluten Intolerance | Events, Travel & Shops | Scoop.it
Gluten intolerance is fairly common and can cause widespread symptoms, some of which are not related to digestion. Here are 14 common signs to look for.

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Did you know that gluten is a protein found in grains and is the seed that sprouts off grass? According to Dr Peter Osborne, www.glutenfreesocity.org there are thousands of proteins and just 400 have been found so far. 

 

Gluten is found in more than just wheat, barley, and rye grass. What’s known as classical gluten is found in rice, corn, and millet. Dr Osborne recommends genetic testing for 6 months as people want a definitive answer. Research shows there are genetic variations called SNIPs.

 

Dr Osborne says that if people continually eat gluten, inflammation will show up at some stage in their life. Gluten free is all the rage right now, except that gluten free products are not always true gluten free. With oats there’s cross contamination in manufacturing facilities.  

 

Other major issues from GMOs., environmental toxins, and the U.S. Government Food Grain Pyramid. Dr Osborne says be safe and cut out all grains. According to Dr Osborne, gluten acts like a drug with different side effects for different people.

 

He goes on to say that the average person doesn’t get a diagnosis until about age 45. Having tested thousands of patients, Dr Osborne says his patients who have followed a traditional “gluten free” program (wheat, barley, rye, oats) start to feel better when off these gluten foods, but their issues don’t go away and they don’t heal completely until they completely remove all grains from their regimen.

 

Autoimmune disease is correlated with gluten. Celiac is an autoimmune disease. It is a major disease in the U.S. Are you aware that fatigue, weight gain, hair loss, bloating, dry skin, and joint pain are symptoms that can persist while you’re on a gluten free diet? A big reason is that gluten impacts your thyroid gland. Your thyroid makes hormones that regulate your metabolism and when your metabolism is out of whack, so are you.

 

Health Tips:  Eliminate all grains, even ancient whole grains (quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat, millet, teff) if you are experiencing any digestive issues and/or any disease, such as diabetes. Grains can cause spikes in your hormones which cause swollen areas. 

 

Even if you don’t notice any health issues, it may be a good idea to eliminate gluten from your food. At the least check out Dr Osborne’s site for yourself. This subscriber has no affiliation with Dr Osborne. This information is for educational use only.

 

Avoid, breads, pasta, cereals and eat real whole plant based food that comes without the need for labels such as greens, veggies, fruit, nuts/seeds, legumes (beans, lentils, peas). It’s critically important to get educated which is what this zestful-living site offers you.

 

Read more about “The 14 Most Common Signs of Gluten Intolerance” from www.authoritynutrition.com by Adda Bjarndottir, MS.

 

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The Autumnal Equinox

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"In the Northern Hemisphere, the fall equinox marks the first day of fall (autumn) in what we call astronomical seasons. There's also another, more common definition of when the seasons start, namely meteorological definitions, which are based on average temperatures rather that astronomical events.  Equinoxes are opposite on either side of the equator, so the autumnal (fall) equinox in the Northern Hemisphere is the spring (vernal) equinox in the Southern Hemisphere and vice versa."

 

Tags: Sun, seasonal, space.


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Out Of The Blue

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I give you my best alien impersonation.

Aurora over the Athabasca Glacier, Japer National Park, Alberta, Canada.


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Pokemon Go Is Driving Insane Amounts of Sales at Small Local Businesses. Here's How It Works

Pokemon Go Is Driving Insane Amounts of Sales at Small Local Businesses. Here's How It Works | Events, Travel & Shops | Scoop.it
For $1.19 an hour, you can have more customers than you've ever seen in your life

 


The speed at which Pokemon Go has spread is unprecedented. Less than a week after launch, this augmented reality mobile exploration game has been installed on twice as many phones as Tinder, it has double the engagement of Snapchat, and it is eclipsing Twitter in its percentage of daily active users.


People are spending so much time journeying around looking for Pokemon that getting sore legs from playing for hours on end has practically become its own meme.


 


Smart businesses have caught on too. As Pokemon Go users traverse their towns in search of Pokemon, local stores, restaurants, movie theaters, and other businesses are capitalizing on this massive opportunity, driving huge amounts of foot traffic and conversions both with simple in-app purchases and creative marketing campaigns.


 


To start turning the ambulating gamers around you into your new best customers, all you need is to know how to play the game. Here's how:


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How to Fertilize Your Garden Naturally With Plants

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Using plants to fertilize our gardens can increase the production of other plants naturally while providing many other benefits, such as attracting insects, promoting biodiversity and often yielding yet another crop. Plus, it’s easy.

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Did you know there are holistic ways that adhere to the natural order of nature for you to fertilize your garden without using chemical fertilizers which harm bees and other insects? Nature has been around much longer than humans and nature if you closely observe has all the answers for any questions you may have on how to use best practices to grow your food and take care of  our planet.

 

When was the last time you were in a forest, watching and listening, picking up clues to how nature works? The answers to everything about growing food, the natural cycle of trees, how to care for the soil, how the insects and animals survive and benefit each other, how water is utilized, how to help planet Earth instead of destroying her resources; everything you need to know is already waiting for you. You only have to look, listen, and follow her.

 

Healing plant tips: use compost for your garden, whether in a planting bed or a pot. Add your food scraps, some plant material (leaves, ferns, grass clippings, twigs), earthworms to create compost. You can buy compost bins or make your own to which you add your compost ingredients. Plants thrive in good soil which compost helps make. 

 

Read more about “How-toFertilize-Your-Garden-Naturally-With-Plants” from www.onegreenplanet.org  by Jonathon Engels.

 

This www.scoop.it/t/healing-your-planet site is being curated by Sandi Cornez. Follow Sandi for more healing your planet tips @https://www.facebook.com/wisdomfromthewell

 

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Chicago Gourmet announces 2 big changes, discount ticket sales

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Chicago Gourmet is more than five months away, but word is out that the upcoming food festival (the ninth annual, to be held Sept. 24-25 in Millennium Park) will have a few new elements.
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Towering Animal Portraits Haunt the Africa That the Creatures Once Roamed

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Nick Brandt places life-sized photos of Africa's vanishing lions, elephants and rhinos in the landscape where they once thrived.
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The history of African-American social dance

Why do we dance? African-American social dances started as a way for enslaved Africans to keep cultural traditions alive and retain a sense of inner freedom. They remain an affirmation of identity and independence. In this electric demonstration, packed with live performances, choreographer, educator and TED Fellow Camille A. Brown explores what happens when communities let loose and express themselves by dancing together.

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Dance is more than just a way to have fun; dance reflects cultural forms of expression and communal identity.  This Ted-Ed talk demonstrates the rich cultural heritage that can be seen in particular cultural traits (such as food, clothing, dance, music, etc.).  This is bound to be a fun, vibrant way to show the how cultural patterns and processes play out using something that young people generally enjoy. 

 

Tags: culturediffusion, popular culture, music, race, historicalthe South, TED, video.

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Didn't include the forced dancing on the slave ship. The corn shucking dances. Forced dancing on the plantation.
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Music and Resistance

"Life imitated art in early 1980 when South African school children, fed up with an inferior apartheid-era education system, took to chanting the lyrics of Pink Floyd‘s 'Another Brick in the Wall.' The song, with its memorable line stating, “We don’t need no education,” had held the top spot on the local charts for almost three months, a total of seven weeks longer than it did in America. By May 2, 1980, the South African government had issued a ban on 'Another Brick in the Wall,' creating international headlines."


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How a song about rigid school rules in England became banned in South Africa is a fantastic lesson in cultural diffusion and glocalization (where the global becomes intensely local).  Here we see an historical example of a global cultural phenomenon taking on local political dimensions.  If you are interested in teaching more about the social and historical content of music, check out TeachRock.org.      

 

Questions to Ponder: Why would this song resonate in South Africa?  How might the video/lyrics map onto the South African situation? 

 

Tags culturediffusion, globalization, popular culture, South AfricaAfrica, music.

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World’s most bizarre natural phenomena

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Learn about bizarre and beautiful places in this weeks digital The Naughton Weekly
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How empowering women benefits businesses

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Here's why ANN Inc. and others find both social benefit and economic profit in delivering for women and girls.


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I like BSR Senior VP, Peder Michael Pruzan-Jorgensen's parting words: "Women deliver. Business must deliver too. By investing in women, business drives growth, productivity and innovation — and creates a better world."

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Le Marche Food at the Giardino Restaurant in Thousand Oaks, USA

Le Marche Food at the Giardino Restaurant in Thousand Oaks, USA | Events, Travel & Shops | Scoop.it

The menu at the new Giardino Restaurant in Thousand Oaks includes culinary touches from the Marche sector of Italy, which borders the east coast of the country along the Adriatic Sea. If you think of the configuration of Italy as a boot, Marche could be said to be at the high end of the calf of that leg. Of course, Marche’s cuisine is not new to owners and some of the staff at Giardino [...]


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Some women switching to natural and organic cosmetics made with eco-friendly ... - Reading Eagle

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"Your relationship with your makeup, for most women, is an intimate relationship," she said.

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Pre-NAFSA North America Market Briefing 2016

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Join Austrade in Denver to hear and discuss the latest updates and developments in the US and Canadian markets.
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7 Life Lessons for Reaching Your Full Potential

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Too few of us are living up to our full potential. We go through the motions spending the majority of our days on autopilot. But spending our days mindlessly

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Are you on your journey to an authentic life?

 

Julie Murphy Casserly has written the definitive guide to help you on your journey to living an authentic life while being mindful.

 

I would add one item to her spot on list. Take the time to breathe deeply and remember your blessings.

 

This www.scoop.it/t/abundance-thinking site is being curated by Sandi Cornez. Follow Sandi for more wisdom and great healthy food tips @http://www.facebook.com/wisdomfromthewell

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New Montana ant species emerge from 46-million-year-old rock

New Montana ant species emerge from 46-million-year-old rock | Events, Travel & Shops | Scoop.it
She was a stunning brown queen; drowned some 46 million years ago in a shallow lake in Montana. Her remains, recently recovered along the Flathead …

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