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Friday, 13 April

17:27

Restaurants Found To Be Huge Source of Hidden GMOs "IndyWatch Feed Food"

The current, much-debated lack in labeling of genetically modified foods makes it difficult enough to trust your own food choices these days let alone, trusting food prepared for you at your favorite restaurant. Heck, even just being able to relax during meal time, knowing that the food itself might be an active threat to

16:56

White BBQ Chicken Grilled Cheese Sandwich "IndyWatch Feed Food"

White BBQ Chicken Grilled Cheese Sandwich
National Grilled Cheese month continues with this tasty white BBQ chicken grilled cheese sandwich! Tangy white BBQ sauce with tender shredded roasted chicken along with pungent onions and spicy jalapenos are so amazing in a toasty sandwich with plenty of melted cheese!

Read the recipe

11:30

Make and Preserve Pesto this Spring "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Pesto is this amazing little sauce. Its packed with flavor and incredibly versatile. Making it at home with ingredients found right in the backyard is also a delightful way to stretch the food budget. Preserve pesto this spring and summer for flavorful eating all year long. More than Just Basil  Traditionally, pesto is basil and []

The post Make and Preserve Pesto this Spring appeared first on Homespun Seasonal Living.

11:00

The Natural Way to Avoid Foot Problems "IndyWatch Feed Food"

To make your feet stronger and avoid foot problem, try going barefoot more often, says Jessica Dolores.

Ever wondered why your feet are killing you, even if you dont have a sprain, or any sign of injury? It could be because youve been wearing closed shoes the whole day, and your feet have no chance to breathe. A new study by Harvard University researchers Nicholas Holowka and Daniel E. Liebermann showed that flat foot, which hampers movement because of reduced stiffness in the longitudinal arch (LA), is rare among people who go barefoot regularly. Read more

08:38

How Healthcare Recruiters Help Both Employee And Employer "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Healthcare recruiters are more in demand than since the 1980s. National and International competition for skilled healthcare workers is at an all time high because of global disasters and retiring baby boomers. To hold the line on staffing, healthcare organizations are boosting employment packages with perks unheard of just a few decades ago. With all

08:34

Returning to Sports After a Back Injury "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Back pain can be both painful and frustrating to the patient. Unfortunately, moving the wrong way can put you out of commission. No matter if your back pain is due to an injury or its chronic, strengthening and stretching your injury are two important components to help you get back on track. The following are

05:00

SHTF Combat Operations and Fabian Tactics "IndyWatch Feed Food"

The cost is paid through study, time, effort, and the allocation of resources; the cost is paid through practice and repetition.

That being mentioned, why am I writing about this?  Why write about such military matters as combat operations?

Because after the SHTF, the Army isnt going to be sent in to do the dirty work for you while you dehydrate organic tomatoes: youre going to have to do it yourself.

Citizen-soldier is a unique concept that perhaps is brought to the forefront of the imagination with the citizen-soldiers of the Revolutionary Warbut its roots are much older than our transposed, Northern European form of society, culture, and government.  It has its roots in much older nations, such as the ancient city-states of Greece, and the Republic (then Empire) of Rome.

Citizens were not encouraged to serve: they were expected to be soldiers.

Fast-forward to now.  You can do the same: for your family, for your neighborhood, and for your community.  After it hits the fan, you may have to fight any number of enemies: marauding gangs, outlaws, foreign troops, and perhaps even those of your own government gone bad.

7 Tactical Topics You Must Master Before it Hits the Fan

You have a lot of studying to do that is beyond the scope of this article to cover, but were going to list some topics for you, and I will cover some of them later.  These topics are not merely subjects.  They are tasks, to learn how to do and...

01:28

Non-invasive continuous glucose monitoring a game-changer . . . for DIET "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Headlines over the past year have speculated over when Apple will finally release its non-invasive continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) watch. Such a device has been hailed as a game-changer for people with diabetes, as no finger sticks are required, no needles, no blood.

It will indeed be a game-changer for ease of glucose management for people with diabetes, making blood sugar monitoring a snap. But it will also be a game-changer for diet. Let me explain.

NON-DIABETIC people wearing a CGM device will observe several phenomena:

  • They will see just how high blood sugar rises after a bowl of oatmeal. By finger stick, for instance, you can see a fasting glucose rise to 150-180 mg/dl within minutes in a non-diabetic. Diabetics can easily see 300-500 mg/dl. When non-diabetics see diabetes-like blood sugars after a bowl of unsweetened, stone-ground, organic oatmeal, they will understand just how destructive this food is.
  • They will see how whole grains raise blood sugar sky-high, hardly any different than white flour products. And they will see how frequently this happens, explaining why insulin resistance, visceral fat accumulation, and the phenomena of glycation develop (accelerated skin aging, cataracts, joint cartilage deterioration/arthritis, heart disease, dementia) with grain consumption.
  • They will see that fructose-rich foods such as agave nectar, high-fructose corn syrup-sweetened foods, etc. do not raise blood sugar immediately, but do so in a delayed fashion many hours to days later.
  • They will see how foods like pasta (i.e., durum wheat that is pressed and compressed) raises blood sugar less severely than bread or rolls (but still to high levels), but blood sugar stays high for many hours after consumption due to slower digestion of the amylopectin.
  • They will see how hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) results after high blood sugar. They will also understand that hypoglycemia is accompanied by intense hunger.
  • They will appreciate that low-fat or reduced-fat foods raise blood sugar higher than full-fat foods.
  • They will see that the common...

Thursday, 12 April

19:28

Chicken & Dumplings "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Im so excited to share my revised Chicken & Dumplings recipe. The old way of making it involved using white bleached flour which was not properly prepared. Now this revamped dish is using a healthier grain that is fermented overnight. Foods supporting healthy digestion are important. With this recipe you can even take it one step further and use chicken bone broth. It takes the flavor to a whole new level.

Ingredients 

  • 2 to 3 quarts filtered/spring water or chicken bone broth
  • 4 to 6 organic chicken thighs or other cut up pieces
  • 1 to 2 bay leaves
  • 1 tbs. Celtic Sea salt
  • 1 chopped organic onion
  • 2 chopped organic celery stalks
  • 3 chopped organic carrots (rainbow carrots add a nice touch)
  • 1 to 2 minced organic garlic cloves
  • 2 1/2 cups stone ground organic spelt flour
  • 1 tbs. Celtic sea salt
  • 2 tbs. whey
  • 1/2 to 3/4 cup of filtered/spring water (or use yogurt in place of whey and water)
  • 1/2 cup organic butter
  • ground pepper to taste along with any other herbs and spices you would like to add

Instructions

  1. A day in advance, make the dough for the dumplings. Mix flour, salt, and pepper in a large bowl. Cut in soft butter until crumbly. Mix in whey and water (or yogurt) until you can form a ball of dough. Cover dough and let sit on the counter for 24 hours.  
  2. The day youre ready to cook, add water or bone broth into a soup pot. Add raw chicken, cover, bring to boil then reduce temperature. Continue cooking until chicken is cooked through. Usually about an hour. 
  3. While chicken is cooking, chop up vegetables and saute in butter. Remove cooked chicken to cool on a plate. When cool, remove skin and bones. Shred chicken into smaller pieces and set aside. Add sauteed vegetables to broth....

18:02

7 Affordable, Nutrient-Dense Foods to Stockpile For Survival "IndyWatch Feed Food"

As the stability of both the nation and the world becomes increasingly more precarious and uncertain, stocking up on long-term food supplies that will keep you and your family nourished in the event of a major supply chain disruption is more important than ever. To help make sure you are prepared for the unknown, here

16:53

CBD Oil and Psoriasis - My Experience "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Can CBD oil help improve psoriasis? I tried some. And this is what happened.  This post contains some affiliate links. This means that if you decide to click on any of the links and make a purchase, I may, at no extra cost to you, receive a small commission that goes back into helping me keep the blog running. Thank you for your support.  Everyone is going on about CBD oil, aren't they? I've heard it being used for so many different health conditions, and, considering that it was probably the only thing I'd never tried for my psoriasis, I decided to give it a go.  So I found this zero THC oil from Truth Naturals. The idea is that you just put a pipette full of the...

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16:23

Top 8 Health Benefits of Coconut Water "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Coconut is a dry drupe or, technically speaking, its a fruit found exclusively in tropical regions like Bali or Bahamas. It is also known as a tree nut grown in more than 90 countries and exported to the other countries. The plant enjoyed by people because its easy to consume and can be used for

16:12

What is Dry Eye Disease and How is it Treated "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Dry eye syndrome, or dry eye as it is known, results from a chronic insufficiency of moisture or lubrication on the eye surface. Dry eyes can have mild to severe consequences, including constant eye irritation and substantial inflammation. In some extreme cases, scarring may occur on the eye surface, particularly on the front. The term

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