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Tuesday, 15 May


Breakfast Loaded Sweet Potato Fries Closet Cooking

Breakfast Loaded Sweet Potato Fries
I am a big fan of sweet potatoes, especially when used as a substitute for regular potatoes! I often order sweet potato fries in place of regular fries at restaurants and its super easy to pan fry some sweet potatoes in a skillet until crispy at home. Savoury breakfasts draw my attention more that sweet so using some crispy sweet potatoes fries as a base for a tasty breakfast with bacon and eggs is a great way to go. I start out by cooking some bacon (It just wouldn't be breakfast without bacon!) before frying the sweet potatoes in the bacon grease until crispy. The potatoes are seasoned with onions, garlic, cumin, smoky chipotle chili powder, salt and pepper and topped with some fried eggs with deliciously runny yolks. The entire breakfast is then topped off with some fresh ingredients including homemade guacamole a creamy tomatillo ranch dressing dressing, cilantro and jalapenos! This breakfast takes more time to make than say scrambled eggs or pancakes but it's so worth the effort!

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Carob 'Chocolate' Covered Sea Salted Dates COMFORT BITES BLOG

A sweet treat of carob-covered Medjool dates sprinkled with flakes of sea salt. Totally paleo, AIP compliant and allergy-friendly.  This post contains some affiliate links. This means that if you decide to click on a link and make a purchase, I may receive a small commission that goes back into keeping the blog going. Thanks for your support!  We used to have this friend that was allergic to chocolate.  CHOCOLATE.  In that they couldn't eat anything at all with chocolate in it. They'd order a coffee and it would come with a powdery dust of cocoa over the top, and they'd have to send it back for a new one to be made. They'd always have to be on the lookout for lurking...

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Monday, 14 May


5 Ways to Make AIP Simple guest post by Sophie Van Tiggelen The Paleo Mom

Sophie Van Tigelen is a passionate foodie, recipe developer, author, and photographer. Diagnosed with Hashimotos thyroiditis in 2009, she used the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) to reverse her condition and today, Sophie lives a full and vibrant life free from the anxiety and flare-ups that often accompany autoimmune diseases. With her food and lifestyle blog, A Squirrel in the Kitchen, Sophie shares her AIP experience and empowers others to develop new habits to promote good health and wellness. Through years of experience, she has developed simple strategies to be successful on AIP, including numerous mouth-watering, allergen-free recipes that everyone (even those without autoimmune diseases) can enjoy. Sophie is on a mission to make the Autoimmune Protocol and all that it encompasses more accessible and sustainable for anyone looking for a more nutritious, more delicious, more health-conscious life.

You can find Sophie on her blog, A Squirrel in the KitchenFacebookInstagram, and Pinterest.

  1. Learn the Art of Batch Cooking

This is number one on my list for a very good reason. Batch cooking, or preparing food in large quantities for later consumption, is an awesome way to save time and stay on track with AIP. You know those days when you are too busy to cook, feeling under the weather, or just plain need a rest? Those are the days when it is easiest to fall off the proverbial wagon. Batch cooking is here to save you. Having something tasty and AIP-safe in the freezer will...


EMP Commission Warns Of Year-Long Blackout And A Massive Death Toll Ready Nutrition

A federal EMP commission report warns that even the smallest EMP attack on our grid system would down it for about a year, if not longer.  A year-long blackout would certainly be coupled with a massive death toll that would devastate entire populations.

The so-called EMP Commission report said that this threat is very real, jeopardizes modern civilization, and would set back living conditions to those last seen in the 1800s. As a result of the chaos, millions would likely die, according to the report titled Assessing the Threat from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP), from the recently re-established Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack.

The United States and modern civilization more generally faces a present and continuing existential threat from naturally occurring and man-made electromagnetic pulse assault and related attacks on military and critical national infrastructures. A nationwide blackout of the electric power grid and grid-dependent critical infrastructures communications, transportation, sanitation, food and water supply could plausibly last a year or longer. Many of the systems designed to provide renewable, stand-alone power in case of an emergency, such as generators, uninterruptible power supplies, and renewable energy grid components, are also vulnerable to EMP attack, said the 27-page report.

A long-term outage owing to EMP could disable most critical supply chains, leaving the U.S. population living in conditions similar to centuries past, prior to the advent of electric power, said the July 2017 report provided Secrets.

In the 1800s, the U.S. population was less than 60 million, and those people had many skills and assets necessary for survival without todays infrastructure. An extended blackout today could result in the death of a large fraction of the American people through the effects of societal collapse, disease, and starvation, added the executive summary.

Three reports on the issue of an EMP attack have been declassified by the Pentagon and seven more are awaiting clearance. Among those declassified documents, was a report from Peter Vincent Pry, who served on a prior EMP Commission and is execut...


Herb of Immortality Is it Possible? Get Holistic Health

Deep within our subconscious mind is an intrinsic desire to live longer, and this inherent desire to exist beyond our genetically-programmed lifespan has spurred many among us to search for the fabled Fountain of Youth and the Elixir of Life. Great and valiant men of the past had traveled the open seas in search for []


Broccoli the ONLY Vegetable You Need to Eat, Says Doctor Natural Remedies

A dcotor says that broccoli is the only vegetable you need to eat.

A GP has described broccoli as a 'life saver'.

According to TV Dr Rangan Chatterjee, who has appeared on the BBC programme Doctor in the House, if people are going to eat any vegetable, broccoli should be the one they opt for. Read more


Greening the Desert 2017 Update! Plus Project CO2GLE GeoffLawton Online

Hi, this is Geoff.

Last Sunday we had International Permaculture Day, and this Sunday (the 13th), Mothers Day is being observed in almost 100 countries around the world. Back-to-back weeks to honor Mother Earth, yes?

So in honor of Mother Earth, here is this weeks Friday Five

Greening the Desert Another Update: As many of you know, we were in Jordan in late 2017, shot lots of footage of the GTD site, and recently completed editing that footage into an update for you, freshly posted inside The Permaculture Circle (TPC). As always, if youre already enrolled in our free TPC learning community, you can view the full presentation here. And if you are not enrolled in TPC, you can do so quickly and for free here), and immediately gain access to the GTD update as well as 100+ other video / media resources. Enjoy!

Pioneer: Maddy Harland is a peer who continuously inspires me through the sheer range, volume, and depth of her work. Where do I possibly begin? How about with her two magazines (Permaculture Magazine UK AND Permaculture Magazine US) and her publishing company (Permanent Publications)? If that isnt enough, how about her social enterprise project, The Sustainability Center, an award-winning UK charity? Anyone serious about permaculture can learn a great deal by studying Maddys prolific contributions.

Underground Insurgency: An insightful 26-minute audio interview with Charles Massey...


Walk Fast, Walk Safe: 5 Tips for Effective Daily Walks Get Holistic Health

Is walking a part of your exercise regimen? Do you hate to sweat or feel self-conscious at the gym? Perhaps walking is the only form of exercise that you feel comfortable with doing? Or perhaps it is the only type of exercise that you have managed to squeeze into your busy life? You are in []


Spring Recipes Closet Cooking

Spring Recipes

It has officially been Spring for a while now but it's just finally starting to feel like it! What's more is that I am finally seeing some spring produce in the grocery stores and that brings with it the promise of many good things to come! With that in mind I figured that it was time to roundup some of my favourite spring recipes using fresh ingredients like asparagus, strawberries, ramps, fiddleheads, peas, fava beans, artichokes, etc. I am definitely looking forward to making some of these recipes again and trying out some new ones using the fresh spring produce! This certainly is an exciting time of year, with the sun shining and the warming weather we can head out doors where the world is once again turning green; the perfect time to head out for BBQ's, picnic's etc!
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Sunday, 13 May


Can Anger and Nightmares Cause a Heart Attack? Get Holistic Health

Many people believed that anger and nightmare can be associated with a heart attack. Some people will experience sudden cardiac arrest and difficulty in breathing because of anger and it will lead to heart attack symptoms. In other cases, some people will experience sleep paralysis and abrupt heart problems due to their sleeping positions and []


How Dental Health Affects Overall Health Get Holistic Health

Oral health is important. Thats why most of us commit to brushing and flossing daily while others go as far as undergoing teeth whitening procedures and buying teeth whitening products such as Pearly Whites Dental Products. But taking care of your teeth will do more than just brighten your smile and prevent cavities. As it []


Why Should You Play Table Tennis to Shed Extra Pounds? Get Holistic Health

Since its inception, table tennis has gained traction as a popular game for novices and enthusiasts alike, and for a good reason. Its a great source of entertainment, cardiovascular exercise and other great health benefits to players regardless of their age, gender or fitness level. What most people dont realize is that essentially, ping pong []


What Is a Holistic Chiropractor and Why Should I Care? Get Holistic Health

Back pain is exceedingly common in our world today. A holistic chiropractor may be the answer you need to ease your aching body. The daily strain we put our bodies through can cause our spine to become misaligned. This can lead to a wide array of troublesome symptoms, such as back pain, stiffness in the []

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