Seven Foods to Supercharge Your Gut Bacteria

Article by PCRM. Did you know we are only 10 percent human? Ninety percent of our cells are nonhuman, microbial cells. Since our diet influences our microbes, it’s true: We really are what we eat.
The good news is that you can cultivate a new microbiota, formerly known as gut flora, in just 24 hours—by changing what you eat. Bacteria that live in our intestinal tract, also known as gut bugs, flourish off of colorful, plant-based foods.

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Article from PCRM. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to the National Cancer Institute, more than 12 percent of women will receive a diagnosis during their lifetime. Risk factors include being overweight, regular alcohol consumption, family history, and advanced age. How does food play a role in breast cancer risk?

Sound the Action Alarm, Target on Radar!

From the introduction of Cookin' Up A Storm

At some point during the campaign a call goes out to all crew, letting us know we have spotted the whaling fleet and it is time that we prepare to engage. Usually a potential engagement with the whaling fleet, unfolds like this: A ship (or target) will appear on our radar, or we may just have a good idea of where the fleet is, and immediately the captain will deploy the helicopter to search the area.

We sadly announce the death of Steve "Sproutman" Meyerowitz

Steve Meyerowitz was a health crusader, author, and long time friend to many of us here at Book Publishing Company. Sadly he passed away from injuries suffered in a car crash on September 9th. He was 65 years old. Through his many books on improving one’s health with the healing powers of sprouted and living foods, Steve helped thousands of people enjoy better health.

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