These days, #winter makes me feel like having a hot bowl of veggies and noodles for dinner every night! 🍜 Since my autoimmune healing, I have been regularly eating spelt products according to the Saint Hildegard's Medicine and dietary protocol practiced by the Naturopath that treated me. I try to simplify things and cook it … Continue reading Hot Noodle Winter Soups!
Recently received the results of a comprehensive stool analysis done about a month ago based on the recommendations of my Naturopathic Doctor. Yes, I had to prod, poke, scoop, bottle, freeze and pass the 💩 to my doc who sent it to America for analysis. It turns out I have a large amount of dysbiotic gut flora belonging to … Continue reading Comprehensive Stool Test to Find The Root Cause of Autoimmunity
After the latest 14-Day Fast, I started ordering and drinking Milk Kefir and Kombucha to repopulate my gastrointestinal system with healthy bacteria and heal the gut lining. My supply came from Bushwick Biotech and each 500ml bottle of grassfed milk kefir costs about $7.33! I started by drinking half a bottle a day but the cost … Continue reading Attending Our 1st Milk Kefir Workshop (and Tasting!)
When it comes to eating, we most certainly can eat anything raw or cooked. The choice is ours. We just have to bare the consequences (if any). However, for certain vegetables, I prefer to cook them lightly to reduce anti-nutrients and improve digestibility/nutrient bio-availability. These include (and are not limited to): Kale Broccoli Cauliflower Spinach … Continue reading Vegetables: Raw or Cooked?
One thing I've come to realise is that, as Asians, most of our diet consists of cooked vegetables, meat and rice. Less emphasis is placed on raw foods, fermented foods and salads. This is where we might be lacking in important nutrients, fibre (prebiotics) and beneficial bacteria (probiotics). Hence since recovering from my recent episode … Continue reading More Raw Foods and Salads!
Its scary how a common pain reliever/fever drug might be the cause of autism when administered to infantile children or used during pregnancy!
I am leaving for Russia in a little more than a week, to talk about the therapeutic use of helminths in autism at the Autism Challenges and Solutions Conference, in Moscow. Also speaking there is Dr. William Parker, one of the foremost researchers into the immunological effects of helminths. I have talked about William many times on this blog. As you know, I’ve been a fan since first reading his work back in 2010. William is covering the microbiome/autism connection at the conference so our talks are synergistic, and he actually speaks just prior to me. He’s promised me a great introduction. I’ll let you all know how he does!
Anyway, William called me a couple of nights ago to catch up and chat about our upcoming trip – but we ended up spending a good portion of an hour talking about his latest research, on the toxic effects…
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Sometimes, simple is best!😁 🐟🍤🍲 Tonight's Dinner: Steamed kampong fish with curry leaves, turmeric, ginger, prawns, onion and garlic Lots of veggies Tablespoon of Fasskraut