Back in the day, I used to cook and bake with spelt flour because I was told it's more easily digested and, as my family discovered, it made tastier bread. Here's an interesting video on ancient grains such as spelt:
As you know, Katherine (aka, Catherine) Parr was the sixth and final wife of Henry VIII and she actually survived him! She also helped raise his children and she was, in my estimation, fortunate to have found her!
You know how we've been told for years that fat is bad? Well, now it's supposed to be good! Maybe there are clues to clear up the conundrum hidden within the chemistry of fat:
Annoyingly, I've lost track of it now but last year I read an article that argued that fat causes diabetes not glucose! How's that for a mind scramble? First they tell us one thing, then they tell us another. Like, Coffee is bad! bad! But nowadays coffee is allegedly good for you (says the coffee industry). Or, does caffeinated coffee activate the stress hormone cortisol and lead to obesity? We can be certain that fat metabolism is involved!
Don't know about you but personally I have avoided Tylenol, acetamenaphen (sp?), and other weird concoctions these 40 years (including fake sugars):
Is this another example of misguided Science?
This morning I tweeted a #London hashtag (hint hint) while the NYSE plummeted (over 1,000 points a few minutes after opening at 9:30 am edt, then up then down...). Now I find a Ring of Fire interview about how everything bad that happens happens in London--the City of London, that is. See what you think (including my regular SO'W visitors from the City of London!):
Here is an interview with the family of Dr. Jeff Bradstreet who was found on June 19, 2015 in a river with a gunshot wound to his chest. The professional reputation of Dr. Bradstreet has been undeservedly vilified by the mainstream media in a transparent attempt to discredit his work with autistic children. Please listen and share this video!