How many of you think Olive oil is healtheir than Mustard oil?
How many of you think Refined oil is better than kacchi ghani (cold-pressed oil)?
How many of you think Butter is better than ghee?
How many of you think milk powder is better than milk?
How many of you think the soaps you use is better than ash for cleaning cooking utensils?
How many of you think Milk for foreign cows are better than Desi breeds?
Welcome to reality.
Mustard Oil is healthier than Olive oil (which is also very healthy btw)
Refined means spoilt. I would recommend throwing that shit out of the window. During the refining process, the unsaturated fat in the oils become trans fat which is no less than poison and you body cannot handle that. In the long term they lead to cardiovascular issues (which 33% of Indians die from, so every 1 in 3). Also refining process induces cancer causing substances. Sources will be linked below.
Ghee is better than butter. Both are not good for the body but Ghee is much better even though it contains more saturated fat. In fact ghee is sold as more expensive "clarified butter" in the west.
Milk powder contains artificial preservatives and chemicals. None of which they are required to disclose under guidelines by FSSAI.
Ash is a natural cleaning agent. Soaps contain chemicals and fragrances whose effects which have never been studied. Do you want to take that risk? I know switching is hard but ash is available in rural areas and it costs nothing.
Milk from Desi Cows contains A2 Beta Caesin which is easily digestible for Humans and have many health benefits. While Milk from foreign breeds (especially Jersey Cows) have A1 Beta Caesin which is either indigestible or if digested (by the bacteria in your gut) forms byproducts which are staight up cancer causing (not medically accurate but read [this](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4166373/). No doubt lactose intolerance is a problem in the west and now India because of the hybrids.
So in short, Follow the Arurveda Rule. The food you eat must be Saatvik (or rajwik at times), Locally available (prefer coconuts over avocados), Seasonal (Eat seasonal foods), Fresh (avoid frozed food), and good to eat (delicious).
Svalbard Seed Vault is located in Norway, it holds over 1 million seed samples. In case there's a global disaster like climate change which causes a catastrophic loss of crop diversity. This vault has 500 seeds of almost every crop to revive humanity in the post apocalyptic world.
On a similar note, scientists wants to preserve DNA they're planning to create a 'lunar ark.' That would contain sperm, eggs and seeds from all the 6.7 million known species on Earth. This ARK could be placed in hollowed out lava tubes that exist below the Moon's surface. It could be powered by solar panels on the surface and keep the samples inside cryogenically frozen.*
Last 24 Hours of Albert Einstein!
Watch Here: https://youtu.be/vXYmFZqN_80
>An Israeli-made electric vehicle designed to fly commuters on short trips far above streets overcrowded with cars has made its maiden unmanned flight, a milestone the developer says will help it reach the market in the next two years.
>Recently, scientists have revived a 48,500-year-old zombie virus that was stuck under a frozen lake in Serbia, Russia. This discovery brings light to the possibility of a public health emergency caused by a new virus emerging from the side effect of climate change and global warming.
> For days, I’ve heard hurricanes are getting worse because of climate change.
>“No, they aren’t!” a climatologist tells me.
**Climate change part begins at 4:30.**
>We all have been told that; there is no sound in space; because there is no air for it to travel. Well, in a new release by NASA, we all have been proven WRONG. Kind of. In a new release by NASA, they have revealed the sound coming directly from a Black Hole.
>This Black Hole is located in the constellation Perseus, roughly 200 million light-years away. It is one of the biggest object we've discovered so far, containing thousands of galaxies. This cluster is also full of gas, that can get millions of degrees hot.
>NASA scientists have been observing Perseus for a very long time using Chandra X-ray observatory. Astronomers observed that the pressure waves sent out by the black hole caused ripples in the cluster’s hot gas. They studied those ripples and translated them into notes that can be heard by human ears.
>This is what this black hole sounds like. Credits: NASA Exoplanets / ESO
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>Dr. Priyanka Wali – AKA "America's only Indian female stand-up comedian and physician" – joins Ask Dr. Drew to answer your calls LIVE.
>Dr. Priyanka Wali is a physician, stand-up comedian, and co-host of the podcast HypochondriActor. Her philosophical approach to medicine stems from holistic concepts, primarily that "Food is Medicine" and that many medical illnesses arise from the disconnection of natural-occurring phenomena. She maintains a research faculty position at UCSF's Translational Psychedelic Research (TrPR) Program.
>Follow her at https://twitter.com/WaliPriyanka and https://instagram.com/WaliPriyanka. Subscribe to her weekly show "HypochondriActor" anywhere you listen to podcasts.
>Varicose veins are twisted, dilated veins. Any vein that's close to the surface of the skin (superficial) can become varicose. Varicose veins most commonly affect the veins in the legs. This is because standing and walking increases pressure in the veins of the lower body.
>For many people, varicose veins and spider veins - a common, mild variety of varicose veins - are merely a cosmetic problem. For other people, varicose veins can cause painful and uncomfortable symptoms. Sometimes varicose veins also lead to more serious problems.
>Treatment may consist of self-care measures or procedures performed by a healthcare provider to close or remove the veins.
>An alternative and very effective way to treat them naturally at home is to use white mulberry tea.
>White mulberry is so amazing that it can work from head to toe to treat and prevent problems that affect our body.
>According to research, the extract of white mulberry leaves contains rutin, vitamin C and resveratrol, substances that help prevent and reduce the appearance of varicose veins.
00:30 Why do varicose veins form?
00:51 White mulberry and varicose veins
01:14 White mulberry benefits
01:37 How to make white mulberry tea
01:55 Tips to prevent varicose veins
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**What is white mulberry?**
>White mulberry, which is known scientifically as Morus alba, is a type of tree native to certain parts of China and India (1Trusted Source).
>The tree is notable for its long leaves, petalless flowers, and small berries, which range in color from white to pink or dark purple.
>Today, white mulberry is grown worldwide, and the leaves are commonly used to feed silkworms and other livestock.
>The fruit also has a sweet, somewhat tart flavor and is often used to make juice, tea, jam, or dried snacks.
>White mulberries are especially rich in vitamin C, a water-soluble vitamin that acts as an antioxidant to neutralize harmful free radicals and alleviate inflammation (4Trusted Source).
>They’re also high in iron, a key mineral involved in DNA synthesis and oxygen transport (5Trusted S)
>For most people, white mulberry can be enjoyed as part of a healthy, well-rounded diet with little risk of adverse side effects.
>Although allergic reactions to white mulberry are very uncommon, they have been reported.
>Mulberry fruit has also been shown to trigger an allergic reaction in people who are sensitive to birch pollen due to cross-reactivity (17Trusted Source).
>That said, be sure to talk with your healthcare professional before using white mulberry extracts, teas, or supplements, especially if you have any underlying health conditions or are taking medications.
>White mulberry may cause allergic reactions, especially in people who are sensitive to birch pollen. Those with underlying health conditions should talk with their doctor before using white mulberry supplements.
**How you can TEST for Insulin Resistance (years before you get Diabetes)** [Link](https://rumble.com/v1dz84m-how-you-can-test-for-insulin-resistance-years-before-you-get-diabetes.html)
It is the precursor to Type 2 Diabetes, and affects millions of people. Most don't know they have it. They have it for many years before they get diagnosed. Tests you can do:
1. Oral Glucose Tolerance Test
Drink a special glucose containing drink and measure your blood glucose 2 hours later.
If your blood glucose level is 200+, it is in diabetic range.
2. Fasting Glucose Test
Greater than 126 mg/dl means you are diabetic.
>It is a measure of how much glucose is bound to haemoglobin over the past 2-3 months.
>Below 5.7 - normal
>5.7 - 6.4 - Prediabetes [More on it](https://bakchodi.org/post/10135?scrollToComments=true)
>6.5+ - Diabetic
4. HOMA-IR (Homeostasis Model for Insulin Resistance)
You need fasting glucose and fasting insulin levels for this test. It is divided by 405.
The closer it is to 1, the better.
>These are some of the best ways to diagnose Insulin Resistance Syndrome, which affects millions of people unknowingly. The last test, HOMA-IR (Homeostasis Model for Insulin Resistance) may be the best…
**Understanding Insulin Resistance and Obesity** [Link](https://rumble.com/v1boty4-understanding-insulin-resistance-and-obesity.html)
* Avoid processed carbs
* Increase intake of nuts
* Use olive oil
**3 WARNING skin signs of INSULIN RESISTANCE (precursor to DIABETES)** [Link](https://rumble.com/v1csd8q-3-warning-skin-signs-of-insulin-resistance-precursor-to-diabetes.html)
1) Skin Tags
2) Acanthosis nigricans
Darker skin which is velvety in texture. Armpits, neck and groin. More common in people with darker skin pigmentation.
3) Hair thinning and balding
Hair can grow back thicker and more vigorously if IR is reversed.
In most cases, IR can be reversed.
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Sam Tripoli on Operation Highjump: Nazi's, Aliens, and Antarctica
Sam Tripoli is stand-up comedian, writer, host of the "Tin Foil Hat with Sam Tripoli" and "Zero with Sam Tripoli" podcasts, and co-host of several others, including "Cash Daddies," "Conspiracy Social Club," "Broken Simulation," and "Union of the Unwanted."
Taken from JRE #1852 w/Sam Tripoli: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4UrZzFP5G06maV8iUzLak2?si=af912afafe9f45bd&nd=1
> The pigs had already been dead for an hour, and yet, the cells of their hearts, brains and livers were still kicking.
> Thanks to a new system called OrganEx, scientists can now keep the dying organs of recently deceased pigs alive by hooking the animals up to a system of pumps, filters and flowing fluids. This procedure does not restore the animals' brain function or pull the pigs back from the great beyond; rather, it ensures that certain cellular functions in the animals' vital organs keep going.
A female skeleton with a pair of shell bangles on the left wrist discovered at Rakhigarhi site; dates back to at least 5000 years. Wearing of shell bangles by Hindu women, especially by married women, continue to this day in parts of India.
> Scientists have discovered a novel material that can emit, detect, and modulate infrared light with high efficiency making it useful for solar and thermal energy harvesting and for optical communication devices.
> K C Maurya and co-workers have utilised a scientific phenomenon called polariton excitations that occur in tailored materials when light couples with either the collective free electron oscillations or polar lattice vibrations to achieve this feat. They have carefully controlled material properties to excite polaritons (a quasi-particle) and achieve strong light-matter interactions in single-crystalline scandium nitride (ScN) using infrared light.
> These exotic polaritons in the ScN can be utilised for solar and thermal energy harvesting. Also belonging to the same family of materials as gallium nitride (GaN), scandium nitride is compatible with modern complementary-metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) or Si-chip technology and, therefore, could be easily integrated for on-chip optical communication devices.
An Indian guy donated 100 rupees to this YouTuber.
>Lifting weights can be good for you hips, and it can be bad for your hips. In this video you'll learn how to lift weights to safely challenge your hips, avoid causing hip pain, and ensuring that you'll have good hip mobility in the long run. If you want to relieve hip pain or prevent hip pain, lifting weights properly is 100% necessary.
Why Sudden Sharp Pain in Hip Comes and Goes (and the FIX)
We've lost a lemon sized piece of brain. Here's three hypotheses that try to explain what happened.
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Neal Brennan is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer, director and producer. Catch his one-man show, "Neal Brennan: Unacceptable," on tour this year. https://www.nealbrennan.com/
Taken from JRE #1823 w/Neal Brennan: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6XLN5ajgzlYyVxbXUDOIqt
Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber is showing early signs of making a recovery after he was diagnosed with a virus that left half of his face paralysed, a surgeon who specialises in face paralysis said on Saturday.
>Patient KW is Dr Karen Wetterhahn PhD, Professor of Chemistry at Dartmouth
>Delayed Cerebellar Disease and Death after Accidental Exposure to Dimethylmercury. https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJM199806043382305
>A review of the toxicity of methylmercury compounds with application to occupational exposures associated with laboratory uses. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/0013935183900592?via%3Dihub
>Looking for alternatives. A scientist's death raises questions about a toxic mercury compound. Sci Am. 1997 Sep;277(3):20.