“SPIEGEL: Professor Kagan, you’ve been studying the development of children for more than 50 years. During this period, has their mental health gotten better or worse? Kagan: Let’s say it has changed. Particularly in poorer families, among immigrants and minorities, mental health issues have increased. Objectively speaking, adolescents in these groups have more opportunities today […]
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Why Soy Meat and Wheat meat (Seitan) Are Not necessarily Healthier 1. Textured vegetable (or soy) protein is actually very unhealthy. In fact, ancient Japanese and Asians DID NOT eat soy frequently as it was considered a delicacy of the Japanese Royals who only had them once or twice a year. Commoners? Perhaps they never […]
RELATED INFO Is Ener-G Egg Replacer VEGAN? http://www.myqute.com/blog/is-ener-g-egg-replacer-vegan/
I received these questions recently: “In the Equatorial context of melting Singapore… 1. How many hours, can raw food be kept, outside of a refridgerator,..before it becomes inedible ? 2. ditto, if kept in a fridge ? 3. Are there any Singapore-centric resources that lists the types of raw foods that one can consume here […]
Recently my mum had sweet tooth and wanted to buy some creamy cupcakes. She’sbeen a good gal and I thought, ok, why not reward her? She’snot been adding sugar to her coffee (although I know coffee is dehydrating). These did not come cheap! They tasted more like bread than muffins but it’s very creamy inside […]
Although brown sugar is slightly healthier than common sugar, here are 7 sugar alternatives. No, Splenda is not one of them. In fact, it’s in my Rejection List of sugar to take, besides agave which interferes with blood viscosity. You will find more information under RELATED INFO below about Splenda, if you wish to read. […]
Do you eat snails? Escargots? There are 7 classes of mollusks out of which 5 classes exist in North America. There are at least named 85,000 species in the world (about 115,000 species are un-named). [Ref: http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/misc/gastro/terrestrial_snails.htm ? ] Mollusks were first eaten as they provide alternative source of protein. In fine restaurants, they are […]
The Homeless Man that FIRST Grabbed my Attention was Kelly Thomas. This meek man was mentally challenged and was a fixture in his community, who posed no one no harm. One fine day, he was repeatedly tasered by the very people who were supposed to uphold the law. And this was witnessed and video-recorded by […]
Thought I’d take a break from posting so much about food and health. So here are 3 recent pics of me with my most well-worn shirt for 3 years now. My hair is fine no matter what I do with it – hair mask, steaming, “best” conditioner, leave-in conditioner. I tried everything from coconut […]
This is from a very dedicated homeopathic doctor who I am full of admiration and respect for: Dr. Mirza Anwer Baig a homeopathic doctor. (Conventional therapies are good for emergencies but do not reverse/cure chronic diseases. Learn more about homeopathy here.) Kim Cools – who is in my Facebook contact – is another authoritive figure […]