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The best diet for YOU - healthy food research

Video - The best diet for YOU . One of the best studies I've seen on finding a healthy diet for each individual, focusing on blood glucose levels after each meal. Not only are we all different, but unwise choices can mess up our digestive biome, including heavily advertised 'food'. Sweeteners being a classic example. If the seller profits from what they are advertising - be suspicious.

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diabetes, diet, gut health, healthyfood, lifelong learning, longevity, popular science, sugarfree,
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productivity and health - Erich Fromm

From the book "The Fear of Freedom" by Erich Fromm. First published in UK in 1942, and still (even more?) relevant: "In all spontaneous activity the individual embraces the world. Not only does (their) individual self remain intact; it becomes stronger and more solidified. For the Self is as strong as it is active. There is no genuine strength in possession, as such, neither of material

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King Crimson - One Time (Live In Japan)

King Crimson, live in Japan. Favourite comment (Me!): "This beautiful, poignant song could have been written for today. The whole western, consumer nightmare in desperate need of rediscovering the heart"  The Lyrics King Crimson (Live In Japan) One eye goes laughing One eye goes crying Through the trials and trying of one life One hand is tied One step gets behind In one breath

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religious institution or gnostic psychological transformation

A fascinating quote from The Gnostic Gospels: Jesus said, "I am not your master. Because you have drunk, you have become intoxicated from the bubbling stream which I have measured out ...  also ...  he who will drink from my mouth will become as I am: I myself shall become he, and the things that are hidden will be revealed to him." @pjforguk An extract from The Gospel of Thomas, quoted

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consciousness, depth psychology, Elaine Pagels, gnosticism, songs of hope, transformation, wisdom & quotes,
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Looking inwards for enlightenment

A favourite passage from The Gnostic Gospels, by Elaine Pagels. The Gnostic writings were a favourite source of inspiration to Jung, and it's easy to see why. They were, in many ways, depth psychologists, but didn't have the label :) Abandon the search for God and the creation and other matters of a similar sort.  Look for him by taking yourself as the starting point.  Learn who it is

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books, depth psychology, Elaine Pagels, gnostic teacher Monoimus, gnosticism, Jung, wisdom & quotes,
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The best diet for YOU - healthy food research

Video - The best diet for YOU . One of the best studies I've seen on finding a healthy diet for each individual, focusing on blood glucose levels after each meal. Not only are we all different, but unwise choices can mess up our digestive biome, including heavily advertised 'food'. Sweeteners being a classic example. If the seller profits from what they are advertising - be suspicious.

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diabetes, diet, gut health, healthyfood, lifelong learning, longevity, popular science, sugarfree,
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Honda Prelude philosophises -

From the diary of a 360 year old reformed Tibestian vampire (with a poor memory, apparently. Sometimes its 350 years; it was 360 years ... for several years ...). I returned from the shop with a very sore mouth - that's what comes of having to bite your tongue for ten minutes ...  A child (that's how most people appear at my age) treated me to a lengthy speech (uninvited) about his new car.

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climate change, fiction, funny, lifelong learning, longevity, short satire stories, TibestianUndead, vampires,
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sugar replacement in healthy food

There is an epidemic of obesity / overweight related illnesses in the Western world, sugar and refined (high GI) carbohydrates being the main culprits. fruit salad & double cream The problem with sugar is: no matter what source - sucrose, fructose, maltose, honey, dextrose, glucose syrup - if the sugar is not bound in the fruit or seed it digests far too quickly and we experience a spike in

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Bude, exercise, healthyfood, ketogenic diet, obesity, peanuts, pilates, psychology, sugarfree, weightloss, yoga,
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The Best Anti-Aging Foods

. . Optimum fruit and veg advice from a nutrition expert. 📚🌻 Note that many 'best' foods aren't expensive, have zero waste (e.g. frozen broccoli and peas), and very long shelf life  🥦🥗🍎 Tags: antioxidants  healthyfood  longevity  fruit  vegetables   selfcare   sugarfree HealthyFood can be luxurious: Imagine fresh fruit, dried fruit, cocoa (i.e. chocolate), butter all in a cake.

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antioxidants, fruit, healthyfood, ketogenic diet, longevity, selfcare, sugarfree, vegetables,
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Growing new brain cells - whatever our age

Can we, as adults, grow new neurons?  Neuroscientist Sandrine Thuret says that we can, and she offers research and practical advice on how we can help our brains better perform neurogenesis—improving mood, increasing memory formation and preventing the decline associated with aging along the way. . . The hippocampus - learning and memory, mood and emotion Neurogenesis in the

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brain health, education, lifelong learning, longevity, mental health, positive mental attitude, selfcare,
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