Well that didn't age well, pardon the pun. An article I'd read in 2019 had said if you cool the potatoe and then eat it, that it results in release of sugars similar to complex carbohydrates, effectively making it a resistant starch. The idea that resistant starches are beneficial in general and particularly to diabetics is now apparently debunked as of April 2023.
This resulted in an update to my article on the potatoe. Not everyone should take strong advantage of resistant starches! Click through to find the update:
My article on pills versus nutrition to treat alzheimers, just got a sizeable update! The studies discussed may be of encouragement to those concerned about developing the disease:
I created an event listing here for this, but the share link doesn't show anything about the event, only the site! So. . . here is what's happening this Saturday, from my coaching blog: https://ixthuscatacombs.online..../events/uplift-your-
Congratulations to the local university in discovering a way to test intestinal mucous without invasive procedures to the patient.
The world of natural health has discovered many plants, herbs and spices that aid in various gut-related issues from gastritis to flatulence, to diarhea, to constipation, to colitis, to dysentry, etc. It is well-known that mucilage-containing plants, or plants that positively impact mucousal linings or aid in the production of healthy levels of mucous in the gut, not only exist, but have been used for centuries, if not millennia down through the years.
Let's take a look at old and current information on the subject:
Many troubles come to those who chase after earthly riches just as cancer and improper cellular repair showed up in history whenever the body's biophotonics went dark. God uses the natural to explain the spiritual and supernatural. He uses the physical to typify the mental/emotional/social.
Today's thoughts reminded me of something Jesus said in the book of Matthew, and I share reflections on that as the commentary goes along. Click through to read: