Dr Robert Cassar – Super Probiotic Fermented Veggies PART 3 in series 720HD 2014

In this video we are showing you the progress of the fermented super veggies with Nori, red peppers, cucumber, brown seaweed extract, living silica, magnesium concentrate minerals, and a variety of veggies and we will also show you how easy it is to sprout some live sunflower seeds with a short lecture on some daily living ideas. If you have not seen the other parts of the fermented video series take a watch and have fun terrain modifying your gut wall bacteria to a new existence of health …

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We also talk about breakfast tea, Kombutcha and sprouting live seeds.

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Top 10 things to do and eat in Copenhagen, on a budget

Top 10 things to do and eat in Copenhagen, on a budget including top things to see including the Rundetaarn, Torvehallerne market, the little mermaid, Nyhavn, Newhaven, Copenhagen hotdogs, Mikkeller, cold hand winery, bio-dynamic and organic wines at Den Vandrette, organic sourdough pizzas at Mother Copenhagen in the meat packing district, Copenhagen boat tours, Copenhagen street food at papiroen, the best food tourism experience ever. This guide will hopefully show you the best places to eat and see in Copenhagen however it does not include the many michelin star restaurants in Copenhagen (as it is a budget guide) or the Tivoli gardens (they were closed when made the video).

Follow me on the best travel food tour of Copenhagen showing you the top places to eat in Copenhagen and a big part of Copenhagen nightlife. In this travel guide join me as I take you inside Copenhagen streetfood on Papiroen, (paper island) next door to the famous NOMA. This is street food you must eat in Copenhagen. Though not the official video its one I made while visiting (Kobenhavn). Duck it was one of my favourites. This is Danish Hygge at its best. Smorrebrod is available at Copenhagen street food you cannot miss that. When you travel all the way for food you want the best.

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Wine Trends on the Horizon

Cowin talks about green wines and vintage Italian grapes.

Topic: Wine Trends on the Horizon
Dana Cowin: The wine trend that I am really interested in seeing play out is the green wine trend. So everybody got very attached to local food easily. We got attached to organic food very easily. No in viticulture there of course are the parallel challenges you want your grape wines tended without too much intervention. There are a lot of winemakers who have been making organic wine or wine from organic grapes for a long time and they are finally going to start marketing that. Is that going to work? I don’t know. I am interested in seeing how that plays out because I think there is a huge opportunity that’s real and there is the opportunity as marketing. Unless those things come together must be terrible wine. The other trends, that I am really interested in — I am interested in the better whites. So we are short —- such bad reputation. It has been over oak in America for so long and now we have pulled back. So you can actually get a really short wine that’s made in America and of course in France always been possible, but the other whites that have come on the scene they have so much flavor and I think that it is so light and refreshing and people sort of rejected them because they know if they are going to be drinking the wine they should drink red, but I just want to be a white wine star. So I really love white wines, a great Gewurztraminer, a great Viognier, a great Alberino, a great Moscato. I am really interested in that. I am interested in —- not just me there is a swelling of interest in the Boutique Champagnes. So champagne has been dominated by the really Big Browns which are fantastic, but now there are these little small houses doing incredible boutique champagnes and they are not coming to the state. It used to be that they just make it enough, they did was only the expert, but now you can see these phenomenal champagne list in restaurants and in wine stores, interested in that. I am interested in reds that are not Californic house. So I am interested in the local global varietals if that makes any sense. So I am interested in Melback. I am interested in the Greek grapes that I use names I absolutely cannot pronounce. I am interested in having them. I mean I could but I am not going to try. I am interested in those, the introductions of the Greek wines because Greek wine and food is such a huge trend and I am glad because its very healthy, very fresh cooking and great in the wines have come along with that. So there is so the wine world because of the global interest in higher quality in geek terms they have reduced yields which means that they are not producing wines that are as may be copier, but they are better concentrated, they are better taking care of vineyard people say wine is really made in the vineyard which means they care more about their grapes and so there is a lot of great great wine around the world.Topic: Vintage Italian GrapesDana Cowin: Well. We have often —- we have known a lot about the wines from Tuscany, Chianti where — they are great, sense of it is great, but the truth is there are wines in the south of Italy like Campania, Sardinia, Sicily and those wines had not come into the States before and so I encourage everyone to go look for it Sardinian wines and have some Fragula wired added which is always has Jewish to me Fragula but its not. It’s Sardinian pasta and the wines of Campania and not just get stuck on the wines of Tuscany.
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Helping People off Addictions through Nutrition

Helping People off Addictions through Nutrition

Joanie Blaxter speaks about helping people recover from drug and alcohol addictions through healthy food, supplements and nutrition, instead of changing their biochemistry through more drugs.

Blaxter is the Ventura Chapter Leader of the Weston A. Price Foundation, which is a nonprofit, tax-exempt nutrition education foundation.

She also discusses adrenal exhaustion, serotonin deficiencies and especially Pyroluria, including a simple nutritional remedy, which includes use of vitamin B6 and zinc.

Scientists know that serotonin is involved in making people with depression feel sad, but not exactly how.

Pyroluria could be described as the abnormal synthesis and metabolism of the oxygen carrying molecule in blood, called hemoglobin. Pyroluria inhibits zinc and vitamin B6, as well as other nutrients, rendering these unavailable to your body.

Blaxter emphasizes the importance of animal fat in health, stating that it’s fat that stabilizes blood sugar levels.

She further states that it’s not fat that makes people overweight, it’s carbs and sugars.

She also touches on cortisol and its relation to the adrenal gland. Cortisol is a hormone that aids stress response and has many other important functions.

The Weston A. Price Foundation is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charity founded in 1999 to disseminate the research of nutrition pioneer Dr. Weston Price, whose studies of isolated nonindustrialized peoples established the parameters of human health and determined the optimum characteristics of human diets. Dr. Price’s research demonstrated that humans achieve perfect physical form and perfect health generation after generation only when they consume nutrient-dense whole foods and the vital fat-soluble activators found exclusively in animal fats.

The Foundation is dedicated to restoring nutrient-dense foods to the human diet through education, research and activism. It supports a number of movements that contribute to this objective including accurate nutrition instruction, organic and biodynamic farming, pasture-feeding of livestock, community-supported farms, honest and informative labeling, prepared parenting and nurturing therapies. Specific goals include establishment of universal access to clean, certified raw milk and a ban on the use of soy formula for infants.





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 (https://store.draxe.com/products/probiotics)

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.

I show the cost breakdown and tell where I get everything here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJzO1Ix1Iic

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 (http://www.firstagro.com/), 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 (http://www.thegreenpath.in/): 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 (http://www.firstagro.com/), 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 !