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How the food you eat affects your gut – Shilpa Ravella

Trillions of bacteria, viruses, and fungi live on or inside of us, and maintaining a good, balanced relationship with them is to our advantage. Together, they form the gut microbiome, a rich ecosystem that performs a variety of functions in our bodies. The bacteria in our guts can break down food the body can’t digest,…

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Berry Breakfast Bake | Holiday Recipe | Albertsons

When I’m having company stay this time of year I like to have a homemade breakfast ready to go that’s super simple That way I can spend more time with my guests My solution is a Berry Breakfast Bake with a mason jar blackberry maple syrup It’s so delicious. You’re going to love it OK,…

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Sweet Paratha (Grilled Flatbread) Recipe by Manjula

Today I will be making sweet paratha. This is a whole wheat flat bread filled with nuts, sugar and cinnamon. This enjoyable paratha is a great option for breakfast or serve anytime as a snack with tea or coffee. This recipe will make 4 parathas. To make the paratha, first to make dough we will…

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Le problème de l’argument de l’alimentation paléo

Our epidemics of dietary disease have prompted a great deal of research into what humans are meant to eat for optimal health. In 1985, an influential article was published proposing that our chronic diseases stem from a disconnect between what our bodies evolved eating during the Stone Age during the last 2 million years and…

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Continuous Monitoring for Nutrients: State of the Technology and State of the Science

So, just up front to acknowledge some of the people who have been really pioneering this work, and also a list of people who have shared some information with me for this talk. It’s largely a synthesis of some USGS work, but certainly there’s a much bigger community of people working on nutrient sensors and…

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My Barnard Story | Linda Chang Reals ’92: Nurturing Professor

The one memory that always comes back to me is in my sophomore year. I had not decided on a major yet, but my advisor at the time was a professor in the economics department – Professor Merlin. I was taking his course. And I was more worried and concerned about my calculus class requirement…

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Naissances dans mon poulailler 4/10. Soins/Alimentation.

The last 10 babies are now 2 days old. The two whites have seven days. The two whites are Sussex. The other ten Australorp. The current henhouse is a little narrow to accommodate all these people. So we had to improvise. For their safety, I installed them in this mortar tank, just under the nest…

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The Gingerbread Man | Full Story | Animated Fairy Tales For Children | 4K UHD

An old lady and an old man lived in a little house by themselves they had no children and they felt very lonely and sad at times. It gets so boring with just the two of us you are always out in the garden and I have nothing to do after i finish my cooking…

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How to Make Pigeon Pie – The Victorian Way

Oh, this year is running away with me. I can’t believe the shooting season is nearly over here at Audley End House. On shoot days, the guns prefer to have a big breakfast and then a brief but hearty lunch. This pie is a spectacular way of using up pigeons and is ideal for a…

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How To Make Ragi Toast – Ragi Millet Toast Recipe Without Bread – Healthy Breakfast | Skinny Recipes

Hey Guys! I am Nisa Homey and welcome back to my channel. Today, I am sharing a super healthy ragi toast recipe. A perfect healthy wholesome and nutrient dense breakfast for the whole family. Kids will enjoy this healthy ragi toast for breakfast. So, lets get started with the recipe. I am using fresh ragi…

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