Meat -Hidden Health Hazards of Antibiotics

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The best source of meat is from a source that you can find our what they are feeding the animal. 

I get beef from my brother that is grass fed

Pork from my dad who raises them with garden veggies

Vension from our back yard

Chickens that we raise here ourselves.


Mostly  all of us are exposed to factors that destroy beneficial bacteria in the gut, such as antibiotics (whether you take them for an illness or get them from contaminated animal products), chlorinated water, antibacterial soap, agricultural chemicals and pollution, ensuring your gut bacteria remain balanced should be considered an ongoing process.

Cultured foods like raw milk yogurt and kefir, some cheeses, and fermented vegetables are good sources of natural, healthy bacteria. So I would recommend you make cultured or fermented foods a regular part of your diet; this can be your primary strategy to optimize your body’s good bacteria. If you do not eat fermented foods frequently, taking a high-quality probiotic supplement will assist you in this.  this is one of the few supplements recommended for everyone. A probiotic supplement can be incredibly useful to help maintain a well-functioning digestive system when you stray from your healthy diet or if you consume a lot of grains or sugar, or if you have to take antibiotics. 
I recommend probio5 plus bio cleanse
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  1. I was in search of a healthy cookie that I could hopefully get my teenage daughter to eat for breakfast. In addition to being very healthy there was a comment that these cookies are also called “lacation cookies”. Apparently the brewer’s yeast , oatmeal and flaxseed meal are so high in nutrients that breast milk comes very readily with rich supply. The note also said that Daddy’s can eat these cookies without receiving the effects of but will have extra energy for the sleepless nights to come. I personally buy my cold milled flax seeds-certified organic from GNC and the Bluebonnet brewer’s yeast at Whole Foods because of the high quality and good taste. Okay…here is the recipe…
    1 cup butter
    1 cup sugar
    1 cup packed brown sugar
    4 Tablespoons of water
    2 Tablespoons of flax seed meal
    2 eggs
    1 tsp vanilla
    2 cups of flour
    1 tsp of baking soda
    1 tsp of salt
    3 cups of oats
    1 cup of choc. chips
    2-4 Tablespoons of brewer’s yeast.
    Soak the flaxseed in water for 5 mins.
    cream butter and sugars together well, add eggs, flaxseed, vanilla, flour, brewers yeast, soda, and salt–mix well together. Stir in oats and chips. bake for 9-12 mins. at 350 degrees.

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