Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts

  Core & Advanced Plan Makes about 6 full size doughnuts or 12 mini doughnut 5 organic eggs 1/2 cup coconut milk 1/2 tsp maple extract 1/2 cup pumpkin puree 1/4 cup melted coconut oil 3/4 cup almond flour 1/2 cup coconut flour 1/3 cup erythritol (like Swerve) or 1/2 – 1 tsp liquid stevia […]

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Cranberry Chocolate Biscotti

  This recipe has super simple ingredients that rival their less healthy counterparts. These are great served with hot green tea and work great for breakfast or for a snack. INGREDIENTS 1/4 cup melted coconut oil 2 large organic eggs 1 tbsp vanilla extract 3 cups almond flour 1/2 cup erythritol (like Swerve) 1/4 teaspoon […]

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Cancer Fighting Smoothie

This smoothie is suitable for both core and advanced plans, and contains simple ingredients that are perfect for promoting health and preventing cancer.   Ingredients: * 1/2 can coconut milk (Native Forest brand preferred to ensure no BPA cans) * 1-2 handfuls organic frozen berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, or a mixture of any) * […]

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Mad Mercury

Many of us are familiar with the character the Mad Hatter or with the phrase “Mad as a hatter”. Have you ever wondered how that came to be? Why they turned mad? In the 17th century hat makers would use felt treated with mercuric nitrate. This practice went on even in the 19th century. The […]

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How toxic is the flu shot?

For the past several years, physicians in America have been insisting that every child age 6 months to 18 years must get an annual flu shot. Making matters worse, health officials have now ramped up those recommendations, telling EVERY person over the age of 6 months get a flu shot, healthy or not, low risk […]

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Mickey Mouse and Measles

In December 2014 to February 2015 the magic kingdom reported 125 cases of measles with one thing in common: visitation to one of the two parks in California. This would be very shocking if it were not for the other 644 cases that occurred in 2014 nationwide. According to an article by the Smithsonian magazine […]

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The Spread of Polio

With the turn of the century hygiene became very important to civilization. This alone helped prevent the spread of some diseases through food and potable water. Polio has been recorded as back as 1400 B.C. with an Egyptian carving of a young man with similar symptoms of the legs. It has been around for thousands […]

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The History of Vaccine

Inoculation with various types of material from organisms has been around for centuries. Have you ever wondered where vaccines got their popularity? In 1796 Edward Jenner introduced cowpox in 13 people to help prevent them from being infected by smallpox. He did so by taking the pustules or scabs produced by the infection from people […]

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