You might be wondering whether gadolinium toxicity is a real thing. Here I explain how you get exposed to gadolinium and what sort of symptoms are experienced by people with gadolinium deposition disease.
This week I’ve got a delicious pulled beef brisket recipe for you. It’s paleo and LCHF-friendly and it’s very easy to adapt it to autoimmune protocol (AIP) as well. My farmer-butcher had brisket from a very mature cow this weekend. She was actually seven years old. The cow that is, not my farmer. I’d been hearing all about how much […]
Mitochondria are awesome! But why would you want to learn about them?
Well, because if you have any sort of chronic illness, particularly if you have exposure to toxins, then some of your mitochondria are malfunctioning. Mitochondrial dysfunction could be ruining your metabolism. And there is actually a lot that you can do about this.
This amazing bone broth isn’t just one of the best recipes for connective tissue support, if you include the optional ingredients it will further boost your immune system and metabolism.
Does gadolinium cause psychological and emotional toxicity? I wanted to talk about the terrible burden that so many people with gadolinium toxicity face every day. It’s the heavy burden it places on our minds.
Join me for this podcast, where the lovely Emily Giles of Untaming interviews me on the power of food. We talked about diet for all ages, but focused in on childhood nutrition.
New research shows that young people have a much greater risk of being diagnosed with cancer if they have a history of congenital heart disease. What could be leading to this? Could gadolinium be one of the culprits?
This fresh, vibrant green sauce uses only real foods. Serve it alongside sardines, chicken, mackerel, lamb, or even beef, white fish or prawns.
6+ ways conventional crop agriculture is far worse than pasturing animals How did we farm before the agricultural revolution took a firm hold? Last autumn I was invited to write an article for the Maghera Times, a local magazine. It’s run by the Maghera Historical Society. MHS is a super local community charity. It’s very active, holds a lot of talks […]
Have you ever tried going off chocolate for lent? Such a simple symbolic gesture. It’s really just supposed to make us reflect on a time when Jesus spent 40 days and nights fasting in the desert. Where I grew up in Northern Ireland nearly everyone did this. The thing about lent is that it’s 46 days from Ash Wednesday to […]
This is a warming, slightly spicy, very tasty beef stew. It uses collagenous cuts of meat to provide gelatin. It is rich and delicious, and it’s paleo compliant.