Substack links working on Twitter again, an Easter surprise! Also Attorney Renz interview; cilantro & pumpkin seeds.
I shared my last post and the Tweet worked, no longer 'disabled' for interactions.
embedding Tweets still not working on Substack - baby steps I guess.
clicking through for the embedded video, Attorney Renz speaking at a podium event somewhere ‘Senate’? sign in the background - Federal hearing?.
← [was converted from the Twitter link to Vigilant Fox’s Substack account automatically by this software. Just FYI]
Pfizer and Moderna Have Admitted in Federal Filings That Their mRNA Injections are Gene Therapy
Attorney @RenzTom: "So if you're wondering why so many side effects are possible, it's because it's an untested category of drug ... They don't know what's gonna happen."
Bonus - cilantro is a bonus from nature. The leaves help us detox and the seeds make coriander spice. Same plant, two spices, or an herb and a spice. Grammar check.
“Cilantro and coriander come from the plant species — Coriandrum sativum (1Trusted Source).
However, they are named differently in different parts of the world.
In North America, cilantro refers to the leaves and stalks of the plant. The word “cilantro” is the Spanish name for coriander leaves. Meanwhile, the dried seeds of the plant are called coriander.
Internationally, it’s a different story. Coriander is the name for the leaves and stalks of the plant, while the dried seeds are called coriander seeds.” (healthline)
Aside - I don’t know who does the healthline.com site, I just looked for an ‘About’ page and don’t see one, but they have nice, reliable information. health professional reviewed articles that are helpful with doable action steps. I link to the site fairly regularly. This article on DASH diet however is not accurately informing - the main difference about the DASH diet food plan and standard is the addition of a Nuts/beans/seeds food group - good sources of magnesium and other trace minerals. The article focuses on the fact that it was designed for high blood pressure patients and talks about whether or not salt restriction is helpful for most people (no it is not) without mentioning that extra potassium and magnesium would be helpful. It does mention a focus on vegetables and fruits, whole grains and lean meats. It never mentioned the entire extra food group for nuts/beans/seeds.
I used the DASH diet handouts for prenatal clients with risk factors for blood pressure or preeclampsia and encouraged trying a low salt type of pumpkin seeds (compared to the heavily salted pepitas sold as a snack food - look for raw ones at the food co-op). It worked. Clients liked the seeds and did not usually have a repeat of high blood pressure or preeclampsia.
Pumpkin seeds are rich in zinc, magnesium, and phospholipids.
See: Pumpkin seeds - rich in zinc - (substack.com)
or for Preeclampsia prevention guidance see effectivecare.info page G5. Preeclampsia & TRP channels.
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