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Savory Fish Curry With Roasted Cauliflower and Okra Recipe





Pete Evans and Dr. Mercola recently joined forces and created a new cookbook, “Fat for Fuel Ketogenic Cookbook.” In this book you’ll discover easy and delicious recipes, along with practical tips on how to follow a ketogenic eating plan. CLICK HERE to order your copy now.

If you like (or love) curry, then you’ve probably tried different variations of this colorful and flavorful dish. India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Sri Lanka all have their own take on curry. Some cooks may make changes to a recipe because certain ingredients may not be available in their area, and they use substitutes instead that’ll help retain the essence of the curry.1

Succulent fish, fresh and organic vegetables and flavorful spices come together in this Quick and Savory Fish Curry With Roasted Cauliflower and Okra Recipe. It’s sure to be a hit among curry lovers or those who are tasting this dish for the first time.

Looking for more healthy and delicious recipes to serve to your family and friends? Check out the “Fat for Fuel Ketogenic Cookbook” that Pete Evans and I have collaborated on. It features ketogenic diet-friendly recipes that can satisfy your taste buds and potentially improve your health. Available starting November 14, this cookbook also provides you with valuable information regarding the basics of the ketogenic diet.

Quick and Savory Fish Curry With Roasted Cauliflower and Okra Recipe

Prep Time: 25 minutes Cook Time: 30 minutes Serving Size: 4


  • 2 teaspoons ground turmeric
  • 2 teaspoons ground coriander
  • 1/2 head cauliflower, broken into florets
  • 4 snapper fillets, approximately half a pound each (or any firm white fish such as cod, sea bass or bream) skin on or skinned and pin-boned
  • Juice of 2 limes
  • 4 tablespoons coconut oil, melted
  • 1 onion, sliced
  • 1-inch piece of ginger, finely grated
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 5 cardamom pods
  • 1 teaspoon dried chili flakes
  • 1 pinch freshly cracked pepper
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 12 curry fresh leaves
  • 1 1/2 cups organic coconut milk
  • 1 2/3 cup fish stock or water
  • 1 tablespoon fish sauce
  • 8 okras, halved
  • 1 large handful baby spinach leaves
  • 1 handful coriander leaves


  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Mix the turmeric and ground coriander together in a small bowl and set aside.
  3. Place the cauliflower florets, 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and half of the spice mix into a bowl and toss to combine. Transfer the cauliflower mixed with the spices onto a lightly greased oven tray with a little coconut oil and spread as a single layer. Season with a little salt and roast in the oven for 15 minutes, until golden. Set aside.
  4. Rub the remaining turmeric spice into the flesh side of the snapper fillets, then squeeze the juice of one lime over it. Leave to marinate for 10 minutes, cover and place in the refrigerator.
  5. Meanwhile, heat the remaining coconut oil in a large frying pan over medium heat.  Add the onion and sauté gently for five minutes until softened and translucent. Add the ginger and garlic and sauté for 30 seconds, then add the cardamom pods, cinnamon stick, chili flakes, a pinch of freshly cracked pepper and curry leaves, and cook for another minute.
  6. Add the roasted cauliflower, okra, coconut cream and fish stock. Mix to combine, then place the fish flesh side down and gently simmer for eight to 10 minutes until the fish is nearly cooked through.
  7. When the fish is almost cooked, add the spinach leaves and gently mix them through.
  8. To finish, season with the fish sauce (add more fish sauce to taste if desired), squeeze over the remaining lime juice, and garnish with fresh coriander.


Try to limit your intake of white fish like snapper, because these are usually contaminated with harmful toxins like mercury. Purchase fish from a trustworthy source, such as a local fish monger you can trust, who can provide you with high-quality fish. This is because some sellers will tell you that you’re buying a good-quality product when it is actually a low-quality fish.

This Quick and Savory Curry Recipe Will Add Spice to Your Meals

If you’ve run out of ideas on how to cook curry, this recipe is a good choice. Fish may not be the first ingredient of choice when it comes to curry (chicken and beef are more commonly used),2 but this delicious dish makes it work, as the spiciness of the curry perfectly complements the mild flavor of the fish.

What Are the Health Benefits of Okra?

Okra is a vegetable from the Malvaceae or mallows family. It can have either a smooth surface or a rough texture, and is naturally green, although it can come in red varieties too. Because okra is tough to chew, it must be steamed or boiled before eating. Once cooked, it develops a gelatin-like quality.

It’s unfortunate that not many are familiar with okra, because it carries outstanding health benefits. Okra is a low-calorie vegetable that’s abundant in insoluble and soluble dietary fiber, and can potentially aid with promoting optimal digestive function, reducing cholesterol levels, lowering heart disease risk and improving weight management (since okra can help promote satiety). Okra also contains iron, calcium, manganese and folate, plus these beneficial vitamins:

  • Vitamin A: Together with flavonoids such as beta-carotene, xanthan and lutein, vitamin A can work toward promoting good vision and healthy skin and mucous membranes.
  • Vitamin B6: This B vitamin can assist with metabolizing fat, carbohydrates and amino acids, promoting health of lymph nodes and regulating blood sugar levels. Other potentially health-boosting B vitamins in okra include vitamins B1 (thiamin), B3 (niacin) and B5 (pantothenic acid).
  • Vitamin C: This can help support immune function, prevent free radical damage and regulate blood pressure levels.
  • Vitamin K: It can help the body’s blood clotting function. Together with vitamin D and calcium, vitamin K can support bone health as well.

When buying okra, pick those that are bright green, have unblemished skin and feel firm but not hard. It’s best to look for okra at your local market, particularly from May to September when it’s in season. Okra can be stored in your refrigerator’s vegetable compartment in paper bags for up to four days.3

When cooking the okra, bring them to room temperature first. This allows the vegetable to release less moisture when cooked. You can opt to leave the okra whole when cooking, but if you want to cut or slice the vegetable, pat the okra dry first before cutting or slicing. Use a ceramic knife to help slow the browning process.

What’s Curry Without Delectable and Tasty Spices?

It’s undeniable that the spices in this curry provide heaps of delicious flavor. Let’s take a closer look at two of these spices and their health benefits:

  • Cardamom pods: These small and greenish pods have a strong, unique and spicy-sweet or camphor-like flavor. There are many types of cardamom pods, but no matter what variety you use, you can get the most intense flavor once you break open whole pods to release the tiny black seeds. These seeds can be ground using a spice mill or a mortar and pestle. A little definitely goes a long way.

Cardamom pods are known for their high manganese content, accounting for around 80 percent of the recommended daily value in a single tablespoon. Cardamom pods also offer fiber, minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium and zinc, and vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and C. There are also volatile oils in cardamom pods that may play a role in their ability to target gastrointestinal disorders, according to studies. While limonene is considered the most prominent, these volatile oils may deliver benefits too:










A-terpineol acetate




Methyl eugenol


Ancient medical tradition noted that cardamom may help ease sore throats, tooth and gum infections, congestion, tuberculosis and stomach, kidney and lung problems. Lab studies discovered that cardamom pods can be helpful in successfully addressing urinary tract infections and gonorrhea, and in delivering heart-protective properties. Cardamom pods were also said to be linked to relieving muscle problems.

Moreover, cardamom pods were used for many centuries as an aphrodisiac that helped addressed impotency. Early and modern medicine also believed that cardamom pods have mood-elevating capabilities and can work as an antidepressant and in aromatherapy.

  • Coriander leaves or cilantro: Whether you like coriander leaves (or cilantro) or not, you cannot deny that they are a valuable storehouse of essential nutrients that can benefit your health. These low-calorie, no-cholesterol leaves contain flavonoids, polyphenols and phenolic acids, such as the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds kaempferol and quercetin.

Kaempferol is known to assist with lowering the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, while quercetin is an antioxidant that can help prevent histamine release, allowing cilantro to act as a natural antihistamine. Minerals like potassium, calcium, manganese, iron and magnesium, B vitamins and vitamins A, C and K are also present in coriander leaves.4 These nutrients help contribute to the antiseptic, antifungal, antioxidant, antibacterial and disinfectant properties that coriander leaves are known for.

Coriander leaves are also promoted as a chelator or remover of heavy metals from the body. Although research regarding this supposed benefit is scarce, there is evidence showing that consuming these leaves along with foods containing heavy metals can reduce the latter’s toxicity in the body.5

A Guide to Choosing High-Quality Fish

There are considerations you have to make when buying snapper fillets, or any type of fish for that matter. Mercury contamination is a major problem hounding most types of fish today, and can outweigh fish’s potential health benefits. If you’re buying fish, get them from a trusted local fish monger to avoid being defrauded. If you don’t have access to or contact with a local fish monger and need to buy seafood from grocery stores or generic big box retailers, check for these third party labels that can verify the fish’s quality:

  • Marine Stewardship Council: Arguably the best-known third party label for fish, the logo features the letters MSC and a blue check mark in the shape of a fish.
  • Global Aquaculture Alliance Best Practices: Although farmed fish isn’t an ideal type of fish you should consume, if you have no other choice, look for this symbol.
  • State of Alaska’s “Wild Alaska Pure:” The state of Alaska doesn’t permit aquaculture, so all Alaskan fish is wild caught. Even better, the state has some of the cleanest water and some of the best maintained and sustainable fisheries. The “Wild Alaska Pure” logo is a reliable standard, and is a good sign to look for when buying canned Alaskan salmon.

You can also substitute the snapper in this recipe to either wild-caught Alaskan salmon or sockeye salmon. What makes these two special are the fact that they’re not allowed to be farmed and are always wild caught. Bioaccumulation of toxins is also reduced in these two types of fish, because they don’t feed on contaminated fish. Sockeye salmon also has a lower risk of bioaccumulating toxins because of its short life cycle.

About Pete Evans

Pete Evans

Pete Evans is an internationally renowned chef who has joined forces with Dr. Mercola to create a healthy cookbook that’s loaded with delicious, unique Keto recipes, ideal for people who want to switch to a ketogenic diet. The “Fat for Fuel Ketogenic Cookbook” is the perfect tool to help get you started on your ketogenic journey. CLICK HERE to order your copy now.

Pete has had numerous noteworthy contributions to the culinary world. He has not only cooked for the general public, but he’s also cooked a royal banquet for the Prince and Princess of Denmark, a private dinner for Martha Stewart, and even represented his hometown at the gala GʼDay USA dinner for 600 in New York City.

Pete’s career has moved from the kitchen into the lounge room with many TV appearances including Lifestyle channel’s “Home” show, “Postcards from Home,” “FISH,” “My Kitchen Rules” and “A Moveable Feast.”

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Bill Gates: Third Shot May Be Needed to Combat Coronavirus Variants





With more than 40 million Americans having received at least the first dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, a third dose may be needed to prevent the spread of new variants of the disease, Bill Gates told CBS News Tuesday.

Gates’ comments come amid growing concern that the current vaccines are not effective against the more contagious Brazilian and South African variants.

Pfizer and Moderna have stated that their vaccines are 95% and 99% effective, respectively, against the initial strain of COVID. However, some scientists have questioned those statements. Additionally, the World Health Organization and vaccine companies have conceded that the vaccines do not prevent people from being infected with COVID or from transmitting it, but are only effective at reducing symptoms.

Gates told CBS Evening News:

“The discussion now is do we just need to get a super high coverage of the current vaccine, or do we need a third dose that’s just the same, or do we need a modified vaccine?”

U.S. vaccine companies are looking at making modifications, which Gates refers to as “tuning.”

People who have had two shots may need to get a third shot and people who have not yet been vaccinated would need the modified vaccine, explained Gates. When asked whether the coronavirus vaccine would be similar to the flu vaccine, which requires yearly boosters, Gates couldn’t rule that out. Until the virus is eradicated from all humans, Gates said, additional shots may be needed in the future.

AstraZeneca in particular has a challenge with the variant,” Gates explained. “And the other two, Johnson & Johnson and Novavax, are slightly less effective, but still effective enough that we absolutely should get them out as fast as we can while we study this idea of tuning the vaccine.”

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is funding the studies being conducted in Brazil and South Africa, CBS News said. The foundation has also invested in the AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and the Novavax vaccines, which are being tested against new variants. Once the AstraZeneca vaccine is approved, the Global Alliance for Vaccine Initiative or GAVI, founded by Gates, will distribute it globally.

“Gates continues to move the goalposts,” said Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., chairman and chief legal counsel of Children’s Health Defense. “Meanwhile the strategies he and others have promoted are obliterating the global economy, demolishing the middle class, making the rich richer and censoring vaccine safety advocates, like me.”

Kennedy said that the exclusive focus on vaccines has prevented the kind of progress required to actually address and recover from the pandemic:

“From the pandemic’s outset, clear-headed people familiar with the challenges inherent in the vaccine model have understood that the path out of crisis would require multiple steps. Those steps would need to include the development and/or identification of therapeutic drugs, the sharing of information among doctors to hone improved treatment models that reduce infection mortality rates below those for flu, and the kind of broad-spectrum long-term herd immunity that protects against mutant strains and that only derives from natural infection.”

Instead, Gates and vaccine makers are proposing a lifetime of boosters, supporting insufficient testing to determine safety and failing to address the inadequate monitoring of vaccine injuries, Kennedy said.

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Children’s Health Defense.

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Young nurse suffers from hemorrhage and brain swelling after second dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine





(Natural News) A 28-year-old healthcare worker from the Swedish American Hospital, in Beloit, Wisconsin was recently admitted to the ICU just five days after receiving a second dose of Pfizer’s experimental mRNA vaccine. The previously healthy young woman was pronounced brain dead after cerebral angiography confirmed a severe hemorrhage stroke in her brain stem.

Her family members confirmed that she was “breaking out in rashes” after the vaccine. She also suffered from sudden migraine headaches, and got “sick” after taking the second dose of the vaccine. At the very end, she lost the ability to speak and went unconscious. The migraines, nausea, and loss of speech were all symptoms of a brain bleed and brain swelling, something her family did not understand at the time, and something nobody would expect after vaccination.

While on life support, neurologists used angiography to image the damage inside the brain. They found a subarachnoid hemorrhage, whereas a bulging blood vessel burst in the brain, bleeding out in the space between the brain and the tissue covering the brain. The ensuing swelling cut off oxygen to the brain and caused brain death. On February 10, 2021, Sarah reportedly had “no brain activity.” Some of the woman’s organs are now being procured, so they can be donated to other people around the world.

Doctors warn FDA about COVID vaccines causing autoimmune attacks in the heart and brain

Experimental COVID-19 vaccines may cause inflammation along the cardiovascular system, leading to heart attack and/or stroke. This serious issue was brought forth to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) by Dr. J. Patrick Whelan, M.D., Ph.D. and further confirmed by cardiothoracic surgeon, Dr. Hooman Noorchashm, M.D., Ph.D. The two doctors warned that a recently-infected patient who is subject to COVID-19 vaccination is likely to suffer from autoimmune attacks along the ACE-2 receptors present in the heart, and in the microvasculature of the brain, liver and kidney. If viral antigens are present in the tissues of recipients at the time of vaccination, the vaccine-augmented immune response will turn the immune system against those tissues, causing inflammation that can lead to blood clot formation.

This severe adverse event is likely cause of death for the elderly who are vaccinated despite recently being infected. There is no adequate screening process to ensure that this autoimmune attack doesn’t occur. The elderly are not the only people vulnerable to vaccine injury and death. Pfizer’s experimental COVID-19 vaccine could be the main cause behind the sudden death of Sarah Sickles, a 28-year-old nurse from Wisconsin. The Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System has captured five permanent disabilities in Wisconsin, 58 ER visits, and eleven deaths in just one month. This is the first case in Wisconsin of someone under 44 years of age suffering from severe COVID-19 vaccine side effects and death. There are now more than 1,170 deaths recorded in the U.S. related to the experimental mRNA vaccines, a reality that the FDA and CDC continue to ignore.

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Powering hypersonic weapons: US armed forces eyeing dangerous 5G tech





(Natural News) Much of the conversation surrounding the benefits of 5G is geared toward the consumer side of the technology. People will be able to download videos at lightning speed and will be more connected than ever, proponents claim, although there are serious questions regarding its safety. However, some of the most important 5G applications are not civil at all – the technology will be used extensively in the military domain.

Some of its military uses are outlined in the Defense Applications of 5G Network Technology report, which was published by the Defense Science Board. This federal committee gives scientific advice to the Pentagon. Their report states: “The emergence of 5G technology, now commercially available, offers the Department of Defense the opportunity to take advantage, at minimal cost, of the benefits of this system for its own operational requirements.”

The 5G commercial network that is being built by private companies right now can be used by the American military for a much lower cost than if the network had been set up exclusively for military purposes.

Military experts expect the 5G system to play a pivotal role in using hypersonic weapons. For example, it can be used for new missiles that bear nuclear warheads and travel at speeds superior to Mach 5. These hypersonic weapons, which travel at five times the speed of sound and move a mile per second, will be flying at high altitudes on unpredictable flight paths, making them as hard to guide as they will be to intercept.

Huge quantities of data need to be gathered and transmitted in a very short period in order to maneuver these warheads on variable trajectories and allow them to change direction in milliseconds to avoid interceptor missiles.

5G for defense

This type of technology is also needed to activate defenses should we be attacked by a weapon of this type; 5G automatic systems could theoretically handle decisions that humans won’t have enough time to make on their own. Military bases and even cities will have less than a minute to react to incoming hypersonic missiles, and 5G will make it easier to process real time data on trajectories for decision-making.

There are also important uses of this technology in combat. 5G’s ability to simultaneously link millions of transceivers will undoubtedly facilitate communication among military personnel and allow them to transmit photos, maps and other vital information about operations in progress at dizzying speeds to improve situational awareness.

The military can also take advantage of the high-frequency and short-wavelength millimeter wave spectrum used by 5G. Its short range means that it is well suited for smart military bases and command posts because the signal will not propagate too far, making it less likely that enemies will be able to detect it.

When it comes to special forces and secret services, the benefits of 5G are numerous. Its speed and connectivity will allow espionage systems to reach unprecedented levels of efficiency. It will also make drones more dangerous by allowing them to identify and target people using facial recognition and other methods.

Like all technology, 5G will also make us highly vulnerable. The network itself could become an attractive target for cyber-attacks and other acts of war being carried out with cutting-edge weaponry. In fact, the 5G network is already viewed as critical infrastructure and is being carefully protected before it is even fully built.

While the focus on 5G’s dangers to human health and the environment is absolutely warranted, it is also important not to lose sight of the military implications of 5G. After all, it is not just the United States that is developing this technology for military purposes; our enemies, like China and other countries, are also making great strides in this realm.

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