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COVID Jabs Are Killing Two People for Every Person Saved

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In the video above, Russel Brand discusses the conflicts of interest that arise when a regulatory agency is funded by the industry it is charged with regulating. Take the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, for example. In years past, the FDA was funded…

CEO Canceled for Calling Out Obesity Impact in COVID Outcomes

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In a now-deleted Linkedin post, Jonathan Neman, CEO and co-founder of salad chain restaurant Sweetgreen, highlighted data showing that most people hospitalized with COVID-19 are overweight or obese.1 “Is there an underlying problem that perhaps we have…

Vaccine Awareness Week Update 2021

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This week, we celebrate our 12th anniversary of Vaccine Awareness Week. In this video, Barbara Loe Fisher, co-founder and president of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) — which will celebrate its 40th anniversary as an organization in Apri…

Simple Remedies to Optimize Your Energy and Combat Fatigue

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This article was previously published March 28, 2021, and has been updated with new information.

Dr. Steven Gundry, a cardiologist, heart surgeon, medical researcher and author, is perhaps best known for his “Plant Paradox” book, which was a massive…

Primal, Keto, Grain-free and Paleo Air Fryer Chicken Nuggets Recipe

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Chicken nuggets aren’t just kid food. With a Primal spin, they’re great for game day, after school, or a midweek lunch! Typically, chicken nuggets are breaded, and if you’re leaning more toward a Primal, paleo, or keto way of eating, that doesn’t jibe with your program. Still, nuggets are the ultimate comfort food, and there’s no reason you can’t have them. With a simple ingredient swap, you’ll have crunchy grain-free chicken nuggets that the whole family can’t get enough of. Here’s how to make them.   Keto, Primal, and Paleo Air Fryer Chicken Nuggets Recipe Ingredients For the chicken nuggets 1 lb. ground chicken (we used ground chicken breast) 1 tbsp. avocado oil 1/2 tsp. smoked paprika 1/2 tsp. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. onion powder 1/2 tsp. black pepper 1/4 tsp. salt 1/4 cup almond flour 1/4 cup ground pork rinds 2 tbsp. coconut flour For the fries 1 head cauliflower or 2-3 Japanese sweet potatoes 2 tbsp. Primal Kitchen Olive or Avocado Oil 1 tsp. smoked paprika ½ tsp. onion powder ½ tsp. garlic powder Salt and pepper Sauce ideas Buffalo Sauce Mayo Ranch Ketchup or Spicy Ketchup Dijon Mustard Directions In a bowl, combine the ground chicken, oil, paprika, garlic, onion, pepper, and salt. Blend the pork rinds in a blender and measure out ¼ cup of ground pork rinds. In a small bowl, combine the ground pork rinds, almond flour and coconut flour. Form the ground chicken into small balls and into an egg/nugget shape. Coat the chicken in the almond flour mixture and place the nugget in the air fryer basket. Repeat with the remaining chicken until you have 14-16 nuggets. If the chicken begins to stick to your fingers as you’re forming them into nuggets, you can rub a little oil on your hands and then form the nuggets.   Place the basket into the air fryer and set it to air fryer to 375 for 12 minutes. Watch the nuggets periodically starting at 8 or 9 minutes to make sure the outsides do not burn. Once the time is up, use a meat thermometer to ensure the internal temperature is at least 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Cut your cauliflower into small florets or peel and slice your sweet potatoes into fries.   Combine the oil, paprika, onion powder, garlic powder, and a pinch of salt and pepper in a bowl. Toss the veggies in the mixture until they’re well coated. Place them in your air fryer basket and cook the fries at 375 for 7-10 minutes, and the cauliflower florets at 375 for around 12 minutes, depending on how big you’ve cut the florets or fries. Place a serving of your fries or cauliflower and 4-5 nuggets in a bowl or container with a lid. Top with your favorite condiments, dressings or sauces and then toss or shake the container to combine. We like a combo of Ranch and Buffalo Sauce, and Mayo and Spicy Ketchup, Sriracha, or hot sauce.   Tips Serve these nuggets … Continue reading “Primal, Keto, Grain-free and Paleo Air Fryer Chicken Nuggets Recipe”

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‘Sky News’ Documentary: What Really Happened in Wuhan?

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In October 2019, the World Military Games were held in Wuhan, China. Reports emerged of athletes becoming sick with a respiratory virus and symptoms that are now well recognized as COVID-19.1 It would be months before the U.S. took action, but evidence…

CDC Changes the Definition of Vaccines

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In a surreptitious move to support the vaccine narrative, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quietly changed the definition of a vaccine,1,2 which they have held since at least February 24, 2011.3 At first glance, it might seem like a small…

CDC Changes the Definition of Vaccines

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In a surreptitious move to support the vaccine narrative, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quietly changed the definition of a vaccine,1,2 which they have held since at least February 24, 2011.3 At first glance, it might seem like a small…

Bill Gates Says He Will Force You to Eat Fake Meat

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This article was previously published March 10, 2021, and has been updated with new information.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the largest charitable foundation in the world,1 has an agricultural agenda that supports agrochemicals, patented…

New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 147

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Research of the Week

Swearing makes you stronger.

The aging (and young, for that matter) brain needs social interactions.

Full-fat dairy wins again.

There is very little evidence in favor of “as low as possible” salt intakes, and yet that’s what most health authorities recommend.

Too many omega-6 fats, increased risk of peripheral nerve pain.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 521: Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers: Host Elle Russ Dr. Rodgers back to the podcast.

Episode 522: April King: Host Elle Russ chats with April King, founder of Better Than Provisions, a food company providing high quality food that’s also convenient.

Health Coach Radio: Allison Tenney wants you to bet on yourself. I do too.

 
Media, Schmedia
Good.

Lab grown meat is anything but inevitable.
Interesting Blog Posts
Are eggs good or bad for metabolic health?

With antibiotics, less is more.
Social Notes
A rare encounter.

Let your freak flag fly.
Everything Else
The answer is “no.”

Let’s hope this works.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Things get older and older: Evidence of humans in North America 21000 years ago.

This is how you use technology to enhance the ecosystem: 3D printing fake coral for real coral to live on and grow.

Many examples abound: Fit but unhealthy.

Expect more of this: Extreme disruption.

Expect more of this, too: Rising meat prices.
Question I’m Asking
When are the “experts” going to stop talking about the “dairy paradox?” When will they accept that full-fat dairy is simply the healthiest type?
Recipe Corner

Italian meat balls without the bread crumbs.
Now this is a salad I can get behind.

Time Capsule
One year ago (Sep 18 – Sep 24)

Parental Burnout: What to Do if You Feel Overwhelmed as a Parent — Happens to the best of us.
Beyond Pumpkin Spice: The Benefits of Cinnamon for Blood Sugar, Infections, and More— Respect the spice.

Comment of the Week
“While I love the idea of bringing back the mammoth (and eating a mammoth steak), I must side against it.

This isn’t like repopulating Yellowstone with timber wolves. Mammoths have been gone for 4,000 years (and closer to 10,000 on the mainland). Their native habitats have changed considerably in that time, and adapted to new regional homeostases. Bringing back the mammoth would not be repopulation, it would be the introduction of an invasive species. It’s more analogous to horses returning to American grazing lands.

Yes, the agendas behind such an initiative are largely noble – whether it is to redirect climate change or simply to advance our understanding of genetics -but there are far too many known and unknown variables. We know that invasive species can quickly upset the delicate balance of an ecosystem, and we don’t know what will happen when we take an already-intelligent and dangerous animal and make it bigger… then hope it will simply act as we want it to.”

-Good point, hate_me.

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WHO Insider Blows Whistle on Gates and GAVI

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This article was previously published March 19, 2021, and has been updated with new information.
OK folks, today you are in for a real treat. We have presented many of the pieces previously, but this will help put them in the proper perspective. That …

Why Science Is Losing to Authoritarian Mass Murderers

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought out an unprecedented attack on science, which has accelerated flaws already apparent in the scientific method and published literature. Even prior to the pandemic, lack of transparency, conflicts of interest and bias w…

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