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Sunday, 21 January

00:40

Four Ways to Be Environmentally Friendly on Your Next Virginia Beach Vacation "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Beach vacations are popular, and its easy to see why! There are few things more relaxing than listening to the waves crash on the shore. For people along the East Coast and beyond, Virginia Beach is a great vacation spot. But, if you want Virginia Beach to be around for a long time, you have

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4 Whole Foods You Should Be Feeding Your Dog and Why "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Eating healthy is an important part of staying young, feeling good and keeping your body in great shape. However, eating healthy isnt just important for the human members of your family, its also important for pets. If you have a pet dog, then you dont just want to be feeding your dog processed dog food.

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Saturday, 20 January

17:09

The next Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox Challenge starts Wednesday Jan 31st! "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Through my New York Times bestseller, Wheat Belly, millions of people learned how to reverse years of chronic health problems by removing wheat from their daily diets. But, after reading the original Wheat Belly or the Wheat Belly Total Health book, or even using the recipes from the Wheat Belly Cookbook and Wheat Belly 30-Minute Cookbook, people still said: Ive read the books, but Im still not sure how to best get started on this lifestyle.

Thats why I wrote the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox and now help readers along in this Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox CHALLENGE. This is the quickest, most assured way to get started on regaining magnificent health and slenderness by adopting the Wheat Belly lifestyle.

This next CHALLENGE begins at the end of January to give you plenty of time to fit into a new slender wardrobe and reclaim control over numerous health conditions by spring.

The Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox supplies you with carefully designed meal plans and delicious recipes to fully eliminate wheat and related grains in the shortest time possible. Perfect for those who may have fallen off the wagon or for newcomers who need a jump-start for weight loss, this new addition to the Wheat Belly ph...

14:00

30 Recipes for your Whole 30 "IndyWatch Feed Food"

This collection of my most popular Whole30-friendly recipes will help you enjoy your 30-day Paleo challenge and give you a great repertoire of tried-and-true recipes to keep coming back to next month, and the month after, and the month after that

Veggie Frittata

Whole30 Breakfasts

Ham and Sweet Potato Egg Muffins

Oven-Scrambled Eggs

American Style Breakfast Sausage

Sausage and Mushroom Frittata (make sure sausage is sugar and additive free)

Veggie Frittata

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10:04

Saturday Stories: Bad Feminist, Zioness, and, Less-Is-More "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Margaret Atwood, in The Globe and Mail, wonders if she is a bad feminist.

Amanda Berman, in the Forward, on Zioness, her newly founded movement that's under attack by both the far right and the far left - for feminists who (gasp) believe that Jews too have a right to self-determination.

John Mandrola, in Medscape, with his masterful essay defending less-is-more in medicine.
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00:54

TPV Podcast, Episode 283: Handling Critics, Conflicts and Vegans "IndyWatch Feed Food"

In this episode, we talk about conflicts with people, especially vegans, about the paleo diet and how to defend your choices.

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 283: Handling Critics, Conflicts and Vegans

  • News and Views (0:41)
    • Wow! Its been 5 and a half years of podcasting! Weve really evolved over these years!
    • Reminder about Sarahs AIP Lecture series!
    • Were in the season where youll encounter well meaning people who want to challenge your diet choices and theres a ton of new vegan propaganda documentaries out there.
    • Sarahs takedown of  What the Health?
    • Sarah thinks that Stacy, a reformed vegetarian, might have insight on how to handle social situations
  • paleo view podcastMonique says (10:09), Hi Stacy and Sarah! Thanks for your amazing work in promoting health and wellness. I am not new to Paleo and have been a fan of you both for a while but only recently started listening to your podcasts on my daily walks. So, my question is this: how do you approach vegetarians, vegans, or pro-plant based people in a social setting who talk smack about the Paleo diet and claim that meat eaters are unhealthy, sluggish, ignorant, selfish, et...

Friday, 01 December

21:42

11 FRUITS FOR PEOPLE WITH HIGH BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS "IndyWatch Feed Food"

It is estimated that almost 30 million people live with diabetes. According to statistics, by 2020, probably half of the entire population in the U.S. will be diagnosed with diabetes.

Elevated blood sugar levels are a result of diabetes and this occurs from the low counts of insulin in our body. Having a healthy lifestyle is essential for the regulation of blood sugar levels.

This means that you should be physically active, manage your stress and sleep, and follow a healthy diet.

There are many misconceptions when it comes to the diet of diabetics. The most popular one is that people suffering from diabetes are not allowed to eat fruits because they are sweet.

This is completely wrong! Actually, there are some fruits which are extremely healthy for diabetics since they have a high content of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

We have a list of 11 fruits that diabetics can freely include in their diet. Do not forget about the low- glycemic index. It needs to be below 55!

Fruits Good For Diabetics:

1. Apples

We all know the saying one apple a day keeps the doctor away, right? Well, this is more than true. Besides being juicy, sweet, and delicious, apples are one of the healthiest fruits ever.

They are particularly beneficial in the case of diabetes. They provide our body with vitamin C, antioxidants and soluble fiber, thus detoxifying our system.

What is more, apples can protect you from heart attacks and eye diseases, which are extremely common problems among diabetics.

Glycemic index: 30-50

It is recommended to eat one small to average size apple a day!

2. Cherries

The glycemic index of cherries is only 22. This means that they are perfect for people suffering from diabetes. Cherries are packed with vitamin C, iron, potassium, folate, antioxidants, and fiber.

Cherries can treat common problems experienced by people with diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Moreover, they can increase the insulin production by 50%.

Cherries can be consumed dried, frozen, canned, or fresh. It is up to you! It is recommended to consume half a cup a day!

3. Black Plums

Black palms contain hydrolysable, ellagic acid, and anthocyanins, all of which are extremely beneficial for people suffering from diabetes.

They can control your blood sugar and digestion of carbs, which in turn slows down the problems with elevated levels. They are also useful for urination and thirst problems. According to nutritionists, you should consume half a cup of black plums.

4. Guav...

21:32

7 Foods That Help You Sleep Instantly "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Do you have difficulties in falling asleep or waking up during the night? Getting enough sleep is crucial for being healthy. Some health issues such as obesity, high levels of stress, hypertension, cardiovascular ailments, type 2-diabetes, and so forth, may lead to serious sleep disorders.

More than 60% of the people in USA have sleeping problems. Balanced diet, adequate sleep and regular physical activity are extremely important for your health. Before you opt for some sleep aids or pills make sure you access your diet first. In the text below there is a list of seven types of food which can help you to restore your sleep cycle.

Bananas

Take one banana each evening before you go to sleep. If you suffer from diabetes, you should take a half one. This will lower your sugar content. Bananas are rich in potassium which helps in the prevention of night cramps. They also contain magnesium which provides muscle relaxation and deeper sleep. Consuming bananas before bedtime will help you fight insomnia due to the high levels of tryptophan.

Salmon

According to the studies, salmon is rich in omega-3-fatty acids which reduce the stress levels and help your body to relax. Moreover, it contains vitamin B6 which increases the stimulation of melatonin, the sleep hormone. Its rich protein content will make you feel full during the night. A recent study has shown that people who consume salmon on a regular basis have higher levels of vitamin D, shorter wake times, better sleep quality and higher levels of sleeping time.

Herbal Tea

It is well-known that herbal teas may improve your sleeping pattern. However, not all kinds of tea can be helpful. Chamomile tea is one of those types that can treat your sleep disorders due to flavonoid apigenin, a secondary metabolite which has soothing effects. Mint, lavender and valerian teas may also help your body to relax. Note that you should not consume green or black tea before going to bed since they act as stimulants and may keep you awake.

Yogurt

If you have calcium deficiency you may have difficulty in falling asleep. In order to provide your body with the necessary amounts of calcium make sure you consume milk, yogurt and other dairy products. You can also try other foods that are rich in calcium such as leafy green vegetables (collards or kale).

Cherries

Surprisingly, cherries are also helpful in restoring sleep disorders. A glass of cherry juice (250ml) may increase the levels of melatonin, the sleep hormone, in your blood. Consequently, it leads to better sleep quality. This hormone regulates the so called circadian rhythm (sleep-wake cycle). It would be equally effec...

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