Atlantic salmon found to decrease cardiovascular risk

A study published in the journal Nutrition Research examined the effect of salmon intake on lipoprotein particle size and concentration associated with cardiovascular disease risk. The study was carried out by researchers at Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center, the University of Minnesota, and the University of North Dakota. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans suggest eating fish at least twice a … Continue reading Atlantic salmon found to decrease cardiovascular risk

Chia seeds contain 7.5 times the omega-3 content of salmon, as well as the highest protein content of any edible seed

A close relative of sage, chia (Salvia hispanica) has long been a major food crop of indigenous peoples from modern-day Mexico up through the modern U.S. Southwest. On long-distance runs, some native peoples would consume nothing more than chia seeds mixed with water. If anything deserves the title of “superfood,” chia does. Chia seeds are … Continue reading Chia seeds contain 7.5 times the omega-3 content of salmon, as well as the highest protein content of any edible seed

Studies link vitamin D deficiency to COVID-19 infections, other diseases

Vitamin D is an essential mineral that plays many roles in different systems of the body. Some studies suggest that vitamin D deficiency may be linked to coronavirus (COVID-19). At least 80 percent of COVID-19 patients are also vitamin D-deficient. According to studies, higher levels of vitamin D can help reduce the rate of positive tests, hospitalizations and mortality related to … Continue reading Studies link vitamin D deficiency to COVID-19 infections, other diseases

Food supply tips: 11 Must-have items for your pantry

Even if disaster doesn’t strike, as a prepper you need to stock up on pantry essentials so you always have various ingredients for quick, nutritious meals. Stocking up on pantry staples also ensures that when SHTF, you won’t have to leave your home for supplies since you already have enough food for your family. (h/t to FoodStorageMoms.com) … Continue reading Food supply tips: 11 Must-have items for your pantry

Prepper medicine: How to use dyer’s woad, a natural antiviral

Dyer’s woad (Isatis tinctoria) is a versatile weed used to make beautiful and natural dyes for yarn. The weed is also used to make home remedies that can treat various health issues like cold, flu and even chickenpox. (h/t to PrepSchoolDaily.Blogspot.com) What is dyer’s woad? Isatis or dyer’s woad is a plant used to make natural dyes … Continue reading Prepper medicine: How to use dyer’s woad, a natural antiviral

4 Excellent antibacterial agents found in nature

  COVID-19 may be getting all the headlines lately, but antimicrobial resistance is still considered one of the top public health threats around the world. Antibiotic resistance, which refers to bacteria resisting antibiotics, is a very important issue, but the larger issue is antimicrobial resistance, which describes the opposition of any type of microbe to … Continue reading 4 Excellent antibacterial agents found in nature

The top 8 ways Americans pollute their body every day, compromising their immunity and making every cold and flu more deadly

If most Americans did not pollute their body every day with toxins posing as food and medicine, they really wouldn’t have to worry about being immune compromised, which is the perfect bait for “Covid.” Since we’ve recently learned that “Covid-19,” along with “Delta” and “Lambda” variants are nothing more than a head cold, common virus … Continue reading The top 8 ways Americans pollute their body every day, compromising their immunity and making every cold and flu more deadly

Food supply 101: What to cook when SHTF

With a well-stocked food pantry, you can feed your family when disaster strikes and bug in without worries. But what if you’re facing a long-term power outage? While prepping your food stockpile, make sure that your supplies include items that you can prepare even during a blackout, like canned meats, canned soup and frozen vegetables. (h/t … Continue reading Food supply 101: What to cook when SHTF

China scrutinizes frozen food during latest coronavirus outbreak

Chinese authorities set their sights on frozen food imports during the latest outbreak of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country. According to local reports, different Chinese cities tightened their inspections on frozen foods to curb COVID-19 transmission. China put forward the theory that SARS-CoV-2 came from another country and reached its borders through frozen meat. Local … Continue reading China scrutinizes frozen food during latest coronavirus outbreak

BREAKING: CDC, FDA faked “covid” testing protocol by using human cells mixed with common cold virus fragments… PCR tests are merely detecting the common cold

In a shocking revelation first reported by Dan Dicks of Press for Truth (Canada), an FDA document admits that the CDC and FDA conspired to fabricate a covid-19 testing protocol using human cells combined with common cold virus fragments because they had no physical samples of the SARS-CoV-2 “covid” virus available. Without physical reference material to use for calibration … Continue reading BREAKING: CDC, FDA faked “covid” testing protocol by using human cells mixed with common cold virus fragments… PCR tests are merely detecting the common cold