No problem! We caught up with Dr. Landon Opunui and Chef Ramon Shiloh discussing western impacts on indigenous diets and health, and what to do about it. Great interviews! Start at about 11:00 minutes in (I had some traffic problems so Dr. Gore chatted to cover for me). You'll have to copy and paste into the browser for this one. October 14th Show with Dr. Landon Opinui and Chef Opinuii link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/sbj8o6m9zro4s34/New%20Urban%20Unlimited%2010-14-17_2.mp3?d
I will be speaking at Bastyr University on November 16th at noon to 1:00 Topic: Why a Good Diet Isn't Good Enough During Cancer Treatment. Dr. Price will discuss the need for dietary specificity during cancer to promote decreased side effects and increased quality of life. Free and open to the public. Room: TBD Come on out!
My major as an undergraduate was in microbiology. I was absolutely captivated by single cell microorganisms and what they could do with so little DNA. I remember as an undergraduate doing a research project on a bacterium that drilled its way into other bacteria with a specialized apparatus. Once holes had been made the organism feasted on the minerals, vitamins and protein that poured out of the unsuspecting victim. Or bacterium specialized to live in the most harsh environm
This weekend was literally a wash with respect to culinary objectives that I had planned. An old friend from college and his spouse were visiting. I had planned out a whole weekend of Pacific Northwest adventures that were all to culminate in an impressive Sunday feast. They leave feeling elated, at their one of a kind adventures. It didn't happen, but there is still a tale to be told. Fall in the Pacific Northwest brings crisp air, calico landscapes, mild temperatures, apple