How to Increase Probiotics in Your Diet

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Today I’m going to show you how to increase the amount of probiotics in your system. If you can increase the amount of good bacteria in your body, it can help clear up your skin, improve detoxification, increase your nutrient absorption, help with digestion, weight loss, hormone balance, and liver detoxification. As you can see, probiotics are essential with healing any condition out there today.

There are four main ways to increase the amount of probiotics in your body:
1. Consume more sour foods (apple cider vinegar and fermented vegetables)
2. Consume more probiotics-rich foods (kefir, fermented foods)
3. Feed the probiotics in your system with fermentable fiber (chia/flax seeds, organic fruits and vegetables, sweet potatoes)
4. Take a quality probiotic supplement (

Additionally you can shop at your local farmer’s market, which helps with the soil-based probiotics from the natural dirt on the food. Lastly, if you want to help increase the amount of probiotics in your system, stay away from antibiotics. Following these four tips will help you increase your probiotics and help treat almost any condition you have!

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Visiting Adams Organic Farm in Thailand

In February 2012 I was invited to visit Adams Organic Farm in Pak Thong Chai, Thailand. Being curious about organic farming practices here in the Kingdom, I was interested in having a behind the scenes look. I’m very impressed by their efforts and hope that the market for organics continues to grow here.

How to Make Homemade Organic GMO Free Chicken Feed
This is just what I use and what works for me. Use at your own discretion. I mix it up a bit by using other grains and things like shredded coconut and hempseed too.

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Pro Tips for Growing Organic Fruit: Tree Pruning & Spray [Permaculture] | Fresh P

Spring is a busy time in the garden. Here is what you need to consider right now. My approach to organic gardening and planting borrows from both permaculture and biodynamic practices, pulling my inspiration from nature I integrate a multi canopy approach. That means fruit trees in my garden, providing shade and wind protections while maintaining small micro-climates and pulling nutrients from deep within the soil. Nature doesn’t produce tidy rows of vegetables and using nature as my inspiration, neither do I. Instead you’ll find a tangle of crops: nectar rich flowers, berries, trees and vegetable all interplanted, hedged by pungent herbs and beneficials.This approach reduces pests, increases microbial activity in the soil, feeds and builds the soil by intercropping, green manure and utilizing overstory and mulch to keep the soil covered year round. Gardening is a science, but it’s also an intuition, it’s my way of connecting to the earth and the food we eat, producing habitat for the local song birds, bees and reptiles that live and feed within. Organic gardening and permaculture not only produce healthier plants and vegetables, but nourish and feed the soil, which in essence is what gardening really is, soil farming. Before I’m a grower of food, I’m a tenser of the dirt so why wouldn’t I grow in a manner that puts the dirt first? In the spring I focus on pruning my fruit trees: apple, apricot, pear, plum, quince and persimmon. spring is also the time to spray trees with copper and omni oil to prevent leaf curl, blight and fungus diseases. Copper is approved for organic gardening, and is best applied before leaf break. It’s a natural fungicide and prevents leaf curl and many fruit tree diseases.


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How to Grow Organic Vegetables on Your Roof Top

A small balcony, terrace or porch will do. Here’s an easy how-to-guide to high density organic farming. Now don’t let that scare you – we’re just trying to say that you can grow a LOT in a small space without needing too much or too many!

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[Food Sense Tour India #E2] Bangalore: organic on a large scale

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Nouvelle étape et pas des moindres, la terrible Bangalore!
Si on nous avait dit avant de partir qu’il était possible pour une entreprise agricole de produire des légumes à une échelle industrielle et ce, sans une goutte de pesticide, on aurait doucement ri.
Pourtant, on a étudié le modèle de First Agro (, première entreprise agricole en Inde, et c’est bien vrai. Ici on utilise la nature pour la rendre plus productive et durable. Une bonne dose d’ingéniosité, de patience et de respect pour l’environnement. C’est comme ça qu’on ramène du bio dans les assiettes de Bangalore.
Ce défi c’est aussi celui que s’est fixé Jayaram et son mouvement Green Path ( un ecovillage qui promeut le bio en ville.

On vous emmène au cœur des solutions grandes échelles et durables, et pas pour autant insensées. Quand l’intérêt économique rime avec respect de la nature, ça donne souvent des sympathiques combinaisons.


New step for us and not just any: welcome to the terrific Bangalore !
If back in France, we had been told that it was possible to grow food on an industrial level without a drop of pesticide, we would certainly have slightly laughed.
But believe it or not, we closely digged into First Agro’s (, first Indian grower, and it does work ! Here nature is used to make nature more efficient and sustainable. A pinch of ingenuity, patience and love for nature. That’s how they bring organic food in the plates of Bangalore. This challenge is also the one of Jayaram and its Green Path movement: An ecovillage that promotes organic in Bangalore. Lights on sustainable, senseful and large scale solutions.
When financial interest goes along with respect of nature, it often gives great combo !

How We Grow, Cure & Store Garlic: From Clove to Bulb

We eat a lot of garlic, but even with a small garden, we easily grow all the garlic we need. It’s incredibly easy to grow in many climates and a great crop for beginning gardeners. Today I’ll share how we grow garlic from clove to bulb.

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0:18 Garlic Varieties
1:35 Growing Conditions
2:07 Where to Get Seed Garlic
2:49 How to Plant
3:56 How to Care for Garlic
4:33 How & When to Harvest
5:43 How to Cure Garlic
6:21 How to Store Garlic
7:12 How to Save Seed Garlic

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Debunked: Organic Food Study Promoted By Lying Mainstream Media !!!!

The latest study to demonize foods free of GMO ingredients and mercury-containing high-fructose corn syrup ultimately once again fails to accurately address key aspects of the conventional verses organic debate and even falls short of properly addressing the limited scope of concerns it does attempt to analyze. You can see even from the comments on many of the mainstream reports that readers quickly saw through the eroneous ‘organic is the same as conventional’ headlines and began highlighting the many inaccuracies of the research.

As I outline in the video, the study completely fails to account for key factors such as the presence of GMOs, artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose, mercury (such as that admittedly contained in high-fructose corn syrup), BPA, and much more. It also does not even properly address the two topics it seeks to address concerning the presence antibiotics and chemical residue. The researchers fail first of all to reveal the difference between the organic food and conventional food pesticides, and then go on to state that organic food actually does have lower pesticide levels.

They then state that it doesn’t matter that conventional foods have higher pesticide, herbicide, and insecticide levels because they don’t ‘exceed legal limits’. They then fail to mention that Roundup, Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide, has been linked to DNA damage, infertility, and over 29 other associated diseases. Yet they insist that there is no real difference. That is not even taking into consideration the thousands of other studies on pesticides and insecticides, such as the 3 pieces of mainstream peer-reviewed research linking pesticide exposure to lower IQ.

Apparently these factors don’t matter to the Stanford researchers, who utterly ignored them as they compiled their analysis that actually contradicts itself over and over again.

The report also admittedly states that organic foods have a drastically lower percentage chance of containing antibiotic-resistant bacteria, the kind that produces mutant superbugs that cannot be treated with antibiotics. The very same kind that have evaded all antibiotics and ‘super drugs’ and are virtually untreatable by mainstream medicine. A new strain of resistant tuberculosis known as the ‘white plague’ has even started to spread that is the result of rampant antibiotic use across the globe.

Conventional farm animals are dosed up with these antibiotics to prevent them from dying as a result of the serious illnesses they come down with. The animals are stricken from both eating a poor diet often full of genetically modified grain as well as sitting stationary in a claustrophobic area for years. Around 30% of cows in the United States are also injected with Monsanto’s genetically modified synthetic hormone known as rBGH, which is banned in 27 countries worldwide. Apparently the fact that the genetically engineered rBGH uses molecules and DNA sequences that are the result of molecular cloning doesn’t matter to the Stanford researchers.

The list could go on and on. Overall, it seems quite apparent that the researchers really have no idea what the word ‘health’ entails. While even the very few aspects they examine seem to heavily favor organic food items, the hundreds of other essential factors are wildly overlooked in the report that does nothing but push back the general public’s notion of what true health is by about 30 years.

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The Truth About Organic Farming – Dirty Secrets



Just some reflections from here on the farm. Had a blast kicking it with the chickens, cows, and mother nature! Decided to mix them all into a video! Gotta start connecting with our food, supporting our farmers, and getting DIRTy. Nutrition starts in the soil. You are only as healthy as the food you eat. The food you eat is only as healthy as the food it eats that being the SOIL!

Get dirty, it’s good for you.

Control your life, don’t let life control you!


Most of this information is from Paul Chek’s lecture “Nutrition the Dirt Facts”. It’s on youtube if you search for it. Probably some of the most comprehensive nutritional information you can find on the internet. Definitely worth the watch.

All these clips are from the doc “Food Inc.” I’m sure most of you have seen it by now, but if you haven’t, DO SO! I think it’s on Netflix watch instantly too.

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