Our genes shape most of what we look like and how our bodies work – the very fabric of our being. Humanity’s understanding of genetics has come a long way since Gregor Mendel, the Father of Genetics, carried out his fateful experiment on peas in 1865. Genes have been found to be intricately linked to
Electricsense Podcast: Do You Have A Genetic Disposition That Makes You More Susceptible to EMF Exposures?
Interview – Genetic susceptibility and EMFsListen to my interview with Carolyn Ledowsky and discover: How, according to Carolyn’s research, some people have a genetic susceptibility that makes them more vulnerable in the face of EMFs An on-line resource that enables you to easily test if you have this genetic susceptibility – Carolyn also has a
Ingredients 1 small red onion, thinly sliced 1 skinned salmon fillet (about 2 pounds) 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 medium navel orange, thinly sliced 1 cup pomegranate seeds 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon minced fresh dill Directions Preheat oven to 375°. Place a 28×18-in. piece of heavy-duty foil in a 15x10x1-in. baking pan.
What do bones and the sun have in common? Vitamin D, of course. Discovered in 1928 by Adolf Windaus (famously known German scientist who opposed the Nazis), vitamin D is a key component of good health (1). However, you might be shocked to learn that vitamin D deficiency (VDD) is a major unrecognized public health
This baked cod is my easy and foolproof recipe for perfectly flaky fish, every time. A simple buttery and garlicky herb topping transforms simple cod fillets into a light and healthy weeknight dish. BAKED COD INGREDIENTS Garlic and butter will always be a dynamic duo when it comes to flavoring seafood. But here’s a few
This delicious recipe sourced from the Iodine global network contains 324 mcg of iodine SERVES 4 Ingredients 400g x 1 can tomatoes, canned, whole contents 400g haddock, flesh only, raw 250g aubergine, raw 1 large onions, raw 1 tablespoon oil, olive 1 teaspoon sugar 2 average cloves garlic, raw 4-5 leaves basil, fresh 2 teaspoons
When it comes to fertility, we know that folate is one of the most important nutrients needed for miscarriage prevention as it directly impacts the health of egg and sperm DNA.However, what most people don’t know is that folate and folic acid are not the same thing.Many couples take a “folic acid” supplement, and eat
Which teas are safe to drink? Herbal Tea has been praised for centuries as being a nourishing health elixir. Tea contains many nutrients and antioxidants that can help to boost your immune system and assist with various bodily functions. That’s why many pregnant women seek out herbal teas as a source of comfort and for
The Many Benefits of SerotoninSerotonin is recognized as the “happy hormone” but many people don’t know much more than that. It can be very helpful to offer patients a broader view of serotonin and help them recognize how they can support proper levels. Explaining the many ways that it is used in the body can
Have you ever seen copper-free multi-vitamins or read about the zinc to copper ratio and wondered if you need more or less copper to support health? Copper is an element that is often misunderstood and as a result, commonly avoided. It is valuable to recognize the role that copper plays in our bodies so we