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Bill Gates Lays Out Plan for Global Takeover

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In “The Corbett Report” above,1 independent journalist James Corbett reviews the contents of Bill Gates’ book, “How to Prevent the Next Pandemic.”

“It’s every bit as infuriating, nauseating, ridiculous, laughable and risible as you would expect,” h…

Hindsight is 20:20 – What You Wish You Had Known Sooner

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A couple months ago, I asked the Instagram audience what they wish they had known sooner in terms of taking care of their health. I really enjoyed hearing what you all had to say, so I’m going to share some of the replies here. My motivation for asking was two-fold. One was simple curiosity, the other personal. Now that I’m a grandparent, I find myself thinking more and more about how to get the Primal message out to the younger generations so don’t have to spend their middle age or retirement years trying to fix problems that could have been prevented. How can I (and indeed, all of us) support parents who want to build a solid foundation of health for their kids? What information and interventions would be the most impactful for today’s youth? While I like to think that we’ve made a dent in the problem with Mark’s Daily Apple, Primal Blueprint, and Primal Kitchen, there’s still a lot of work to be done to improve the average person’s health. I’m sharing these responses with the hope of spurring more conversation, more brainstorming, and, dare I say, more change in the future. Unsurprisingly, the majority of the responses I received can be summarized as, “I wish I hadn’t followed conventional wisdom.” You and me both. What’s that saying, when you know better, you do better? Live and learn. Anyway, I hope these get you thinking. Question: “What do you wish you had known about being healthy when you were younger?” A: Eat more protein instead of carbs. So “Meat-free Mondays” are a bad school lunch idea? (Sarcasm.) A: Always thought processed foods were healthy. Who can blame you? For decades, the only medical advice for people struggling with metabolic health was to lose weight by cutting calories and eating low-fat. (That still seems to be the standard rhetoric, unfortunately.) All the foods marketed to that end were uber-processed, “portion-controlled,” and not at all satiating. We were all sold the lie that these ultra-modified foods were better for us than the options nature provides. Too bad that those “diet foods” were stripped of nutrients, fiber, healthy fats, and often protein. And oh, by the way, they tend to lead to eating more calories and losing less weight. A: Micronutrients matter. Again, I blame the old “a calorie is a calorie” dogma, when the diet industry tried to convince us that 100 calories from broccoli is the same as a 100 calorie snack pack of low-fat chocolate chip cookies. Micronutrients fell by the wayside as calorie counting took precedence over food quality. A: That healthy fats are good. Amen. A: Meat is good for you. Double amen. A: That you can celebrate without food. That’s a good one. Listen, I have no problem with food being a part of festivities. It’s been that way throughout human history, and I’ll take every opportunity to enjoy a celebratory steak dinner with friends. But I do object to how celebrations, holidays, or really … Continue reading “Hindsight is 20:20 – What You Wish You Had Known Sooner”

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Latest Bad News About COVID Vaccines

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A previously healthy 36-year-old mother of two died 11 days after receiving a Pfizer COVID-19 shot.1 Initially, her cause of death was deemed inconclusive, but at an inquest, pathologist Dr. Sukhvinder Ghataura explained that he believes the COVID-19 s…

Why It’s Time to Give Up on Government

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In the featured video, Chris Martenson, Ph.D., reviews why he’s giving up on “the idea that our leaders in charge are going to get a clue and maybe navigate our way to a better … outcome.”

Many are now starting to realize that we’re facing a mult…

What’s Your Score on This Heart Attack Predictor Test?

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This article was previously published August 26, 2019, and has been updated with new information.

Ivor Cummins is a biochemical engineer with a background in medical device engineering and leading teams in complex problem-solving. On his website, …

Air Fryer Green Beans – Quick and Easy Recipe!

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The air fryer is already your favorite appliance for making chicken wings and crispy Brussels sprouts, but you haven’t unlocked its full potential until you try this quick and easy air fryer green beans recipe. Flavorful, crispy green beans are the perfect addition to your next game day smorgasbord. Trying to get your kids to eat more veggies? Look no further than this fun finger food. Serve these air fryer green beans with Primal Kitchen Ranch Dip to tempt even the pickiest eater. (What kid doesn’t love dipping?)

Although you can air fry frozen vegetables, this recipe works best with fresh, firm green beans. Try it and let us know how it turns out!
Air Fryer Green Beans Recipe
Serves: 3

Time in the Kitchen: 15 minutes
Ingredients:

12 oz. trimmed green beans
1 Tbsp avocado oil
1 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp smoked paprika
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
Primal Kitchen Ranch Dip, for dipping

Directions:
Toss the green beans in the oil and spices. Arrange the green beans in an air fryer basket.

Heat the air fryer to 375 degrees Fahrenheit (190 degrees Celsius). Place the basket in the air fryer and set the timer to 8 minutes. At the end of the 8 minutes, check the green beans for doneness. You most likely will need to give them a shake and air fry for an additional 2 minutes. When finished, the green beans should be golden on the outside and tender.

Serve the green beans with the dip and enjoy!

Nutrition Information (1/3 of recipe):

Calories: 85
Total Carbs: 9 grams
Net Carbs: 6 grams
Fat: 4.5 grams
Protein: 3 grams

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Will NAC Become a Banned Supplement?

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N-acetylcysteine (NAC), a form of the amino acid cysteine and a common dietary supplement, has been on the market for nearly six decades. Among its many benefits is helping increase glutathione and reduce the acetaldehyde toxicity1 that causes many han…

The Egg Crackdown — A Scorecard for Nutrition and Taste

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This article was previously published June 29, 2019, and has been updated with new information.

Eggs are among the healthiest foods out there, but not all eggs are created equal, and sorting through the egg labels to identify the highest quality e…

How to Mitigate the Infant Formula Disaster

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Skyrocketing prices and food shortages are already looming, and are likely to become worse in the coming months. At present, many parents across the U.S. are running from store to store in search of baby formula and finding only empty shelves. How did …

How to Prevent and Treat COVID Jab Injuries

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For the last two years, Dr. Michelle Perro has been in the trenches treating COVID-19 complications, not only from the infection but also from the jab, which is far more problematic and deadly.

Perro went to Yale as an undergrad, and then to Mount …

Higher Cholesterol Is Associated With Longer Life

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This article was previously published September 2, 2019, and has been updated with new information.

For those who aren’t sure the conventional health community is wholly in support of individual health when it comes to cholesterol levels — which i…

The 10-Year Pandemic Plan

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As the dust begins to settle from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s easier to look back with clarity on the unprecedented events that have taken place over the last two years. Thousands of medical doctors and scientists now believe that the pandemic was plan…

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