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‘The Plant Paradox’, Dr. Steven R. Gundry or Know Your Enemies!

We want to live a happy healthy life. We are trying to find different ways to achieve that perfect health everybody is talking about. Your dietary dilemma is solved! Today…by Becky and Dr Steven R. Gundry. The problem is your gut is under ATTACK, and you, poor fella, don’t know about it. I guess you are

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Meta-ethics in the literature and daily life

Here’s the typical story: Your uncle Mr Moore is dying, but his life can be saved. HOW? By ONE drug/medicine (costs 10,000 dollar) which sales only in ONE pharmacy. Let’s say you doesn’t have those 10,000. That’s why you are going to the pharmacy and asking the manager if you could buy now – pay

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The true nature of space and time

Everybody pays attention to the things in space, but who pays attention to space itself? It’s amazing that nothing exists without space, yet space is nothing… According to Einstein, space and time are not separate. What does it mean? Is he saying that time is the fourth dimension of space? Maybe. It definitely contains a

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Food, Medicine and Poison

It is more important to know what sort of person has a disease than to know what sort of disease a person has. Hippocrates In Easter Medicine it is believed that most diseases find their roots in disorders of the digestive tracts, so the ability to properly digest what we consume, physically and emotionally, is

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The Food To Die For…

#1 CHOCOLATE “Chocolate is meant to be eaten with a smile on your face, and love in your heart.” Anthony T. Hincks Hands down, nothing feels better than the taste of the chocolate! And even if you are on get-my-butt-in-shape-diet, you still can eat 37 gram of dark chocolate every day. Or more. Why? 1.It’s

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Timeless Wisdom – #FoodForThought

British biologist Richard Peto noticed an unusual paradox – if the chance of a single cell in the body becoming cancerous is the same across all animals, then larger, longer-lived species, such as elephants, should develop many more cancers than humans, as their bodies contain many more cells. Yet…elephants hardly ever get cancer, and in

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