Everyone is Born With Psychic Ability – Which One Do You Have? | Spirit Science

Do you know when things happen even before you hear about them? Are you able to sniff our people’s true intentions? Do you get the unmistakable feeling that you should or should not do something? We are all born with some intuition, or ‘sixth sense’ with which we can interpret the world beyond our physical…

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Vegetarian Lentil and Chickpea Meatballs with Lemon Pesto Recipe on Food52

I love meatballs of all kinds, and these are one my favorites. They are really healthy, but you wouldn’t know it when you eat them. It’s perfect for summer when I don’t want to have the stove on a long time and heat up the kitchen. The lemon pesto is great on all sorts of other things as well, and I like it as a dipping sauce for veggies in summer. A nice hit of citrus really brightens up the meatballs too.

Source: Vegetarian Lentil and Chickpea Meatballs with Lemon Pesto Recipe on Food52

Swiss Chard and Lemon Ricotta Pasta

This is an easy, last minute dinner since you might have many of the ingredients on hand. If you don’t have any swiss chard, kale, spinach and arugula also work great. If you use kale, I recommend removing the tough central stem. If you use either arugula or baby spinach leaves, you don’t need to precook them at all; just toss them in at the end. The warmth of the pasta will sufficiently wilt them.

Source: Swiss Chard and Lemon Ricotta Pasta

Our Ancestors Had Better Teeth Than Us. Where Did Our Teeth Go Wrong? | World Truth.TV

Mesolithic hunter-gatherers living on a meat-dominated, grain-free diet had much healthier mouths that we have today, with almost no cavities and gum disease-associated bacteria, a genetic study of ancient dental plaque has revealed. The international team of researchers, led by a group at the Australian Center for Ancient DNA, University of Adelaide, publish their findings in today’s Nature Genetics. The researchers extracted DNA from dental plaque from 34 prehistoric northern European human skeletons, and traced the changes in the nature of oral bacteria from the last hunter-gatherers to Neolithic and medieval farmers and modern individuals. “Dental plaque represents the only easily accessible source of preserved human bacteria,” said lead author Dr. Christina Adler, now associate lecturer in dentistry at the University of Sydney. The researchers found that the composition of bacteria changed with the introduction of farming and again 150 years ago, during the Industrial Revolution.

Source: Our Ancestors Had Better Teeth Than Us. Where Did Our Teeth Go Wrong? | World Truth.TV