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Also known as broad beans, fava beans are an excellent source of plant protein. Unless you live in a Mediterranean climate, where they’re available earlier, June is prime time to enjoy the earthy flavor of fresh fava beans, which is totally different from the dried version available the rest of the year. Here are 5 things every food lover should eat in June. Baby Clams Late spring and early summer are the best seasons for baby clams, which spawn once the weather is warm enough. Tags 5 Things to Eat This Month healthy eating tips nutrition tips.

About the Author. Amy Machnak. Amy is a James Beard award-winning food writer. A former staff writer at Sunset magazine, her work has also appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Chow.com, Cooking Light, Tasting Table, Munchery.com and more.

Original Article By MyFittnessPall Blog As the weather heats up and we transition from spring to summer, more farmers markets and stands are opening. Basil is available all year round, but it is best to be enjoyed in June. Fresh produce is in abundance and you can pair the herb up with sun-kissed tomatoes, strawberries, watermelons, and peaches to make the closest approximation of authentic Mediterranean dishes.

Also in season in June: asparagus, green and white ( Spargel), strawberries ( Erdbeeren ), gooseberries ( Stachelbeeren ), radishes ( Radieschen ), green beans ( Bohnen ), spring onions ( Frühlingszwiebeln) and various salad leaves. Five things to eat or drink in C-U: June 2020. June 9, 2020 / 9:00am / By Alyssa Buckley. The weather is warming up, and I am loving it. Summertime is the best time, in my opinion.

I like being outside, and I will be wearing dresses from now until November (not only because it’s hot, but also because my pants don’t fit, thanks to #. Whether or not you eat bona fide barbecue this June is beside the point, since you’ll be going to enough “barbecues” and their social ilk to last. Maybe it would be easier to discuss what not to eat this month. So many delicious things are ripe and ready now that it’s easy to eat seasonally.

Head to the greenmarket with a large tote bag and stock up. Strawberries, of Course. Yay!

On June 25, Lamb Jam returns to Seattle, with six chefs (Heong Soon Park of Chan, Jack Timmons of Jack’s BBQ, Matt Davis of Wood Shop BBQ, Kyle Brierley of Briley’s BBQ, Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi of Revel, and Charlotte Glaves of Bookstore Bar) competing to make the best barbecued lamb dish. Tickets are $75.

List of related literature:

SUMMER GROCERY LIST (July–October) • Eat more foods that are Sweet, Bitter, Astringent / Cool, Heavy, Oily: Such as salads, smoothies, and fresh fruit.

“Eat Wheat: A Scientific and Clinically-Proven Approach to Safely Bringing Wheat and Dairy Back Into Your Diet” by John Douillard
from Eat Wheat: A Scientific and Clinically-Proven Approach to Safely Bringing Wheat and Dairy Back Into Your Diet
by John Douillard
Morgan James Publishing, 2016

• Harvest Festival, Ampoiţa, Alba, July: Tourists are invited to taste the dishes presented at the gourmet competition, but also the traditional products specific to the area – pies, plum brandy, jam, pickles all prepared by the locals.

“New Trends and Opportunities for Central and Eastern European Tourism” by Nistoreanu, Puiu
from New Trends and Opportunities for Central and Eastern European Tourism
by Nistoreanu, Puiu
IGI Global, 2019

Freely eat all of the 15 least toxic fruits and vegetables (onions, avocado, sweet corn, pineapples, mango, asparagus, sweet peas, kiwi fruit, cabbage, eggplant, cantaloupe, watermelon, grapefruit, sweet potato, honeydew melon).

“Textbook of Natural Medicine E-Book” by Joseph E. Pizzorno, Michael T. Murray
from Textbook of Natural Medicine E-Book
by Joseph E. Pizzorno, Michael T. Murray
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

• Associated Foods: Salads (potato, tuna, shrimp, macaroni, and chicken), raw vegetables, milk and dairy products, and poultry.

“Essentials of Environmental Health” by Robert H. Friis
from Essentials of Environmental Health
by Robert H. Friis
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A favourite of economyminded expats, this Masakan Padang-style place is a bargain, with a good range of ready-cooked foods from which to assemble your Rp5000 meal, including deep-fried tahu, curried eggs, tempeh chips, corn fritters and chilli-spiked water spinach.

“The Rough Guide to Bali and Lombok” by Lesley Reader, Lucy Ridout
from The Rough Guide to Bali and Lombok
by Lesley Reader, Lucy Ridout
Rough Guides, 2002

salad.foods..These.are.foods.generally.associated.with.“summer.sickness”. caused.by.improperly.prepared.and.stored.egg,.chicken,.or.turkey.salads.

“New Food Product Development: From Concept to Marketplace, Third Edition” by Gordon W. Fuller
from New Food Product Development: From Concept to Marketplace, Third Edition
by Gordon W. Fuller
CRC Press, 2016

Popular grilled items include bat, poultry, pork, tofu, fish, and quail eggs, and such vegetables as okra, mushrooms, zucchini, lotus root, garlic, and potatoes.

“Street Food around the World: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture” by Bruce Kraig, Colleen Taylor Sen Ph.D.
from Street Food around the World: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture
by Bruce Kraig, Colleen Taylor Sen Ph.D.
ABC-CLIO, 2013

May to September is (squid) season and a great time to try (squid stuffed with olives, capers and breadcrumbs, and stewed in wine).

“Lonely Planet Southern Italy” by Lonely Planet, Cristian Bonetto, Gregor Clark, Hugh McNaughtan
from Lonely Planet Southern Italy
by Lonely Planet, Cristian Bonetto, et. al.
Lonely Planet Global Limited, 2018

Meatless days found stores dark and cold in February.

“Cleveland: The Making of a City” by William Ganson Rose
from Cleveland: The Making of a City
by William Ganson Rose
Kent State University Press, 1990

During other times of the year, eating in season may seem tougher, but it gives you the chance to explore foods you don’t know as well, such as sunchokes, savoy cabbage, and celery root.

“Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef”
from Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef
by
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,

Alexia Lewis RD

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Heath Coach who believes life is better with science, humor, and beautiful, delicious, healthy food.

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  • curious about how david and i met?

    check out our romantic storytime video on our other channel: http://bit.ly/2v7TYoM

    love // jenny

  • If you can, drink the lemon water 30 mins before the eat anything. Ceylon Cinnamon is the best, grab some of that if you can. I’m going more vegan these days and I love the dishes you make, very inspiring and motivates me, thanks a lot for sharing:-)

  • One significant thing you haven’t mentioned concerning the exceptionally high England case fatality rate is the use by hospital doctors of DNR for elderly and frail patients with contraindications. This was definitely the practice at Kings College Hospital. We can safely presume it was not confined to one hospital. The scandal is that they didn’t consult patients or their families. They simply gave those patients morphine to make their death more comfortable; much cheaper than intensive care and enabled the freeing up of IC beds for “more worthy” patients! The number of patients involved, who effectively had their lives shortened, has not been published.

  • Thank you for this, Jenny! It helped me so much on the first days of my vegan journey!:)
    I used to eat really unhealthy, but now, I have inspiration:). Plus point: they are affordable and simple:)
    So thank you:))!

  • My top five! <3

    1.BERRIES. I love them all, especially strawberries, blueberries and blackcurrant
    2.MANGO. It’s super expensive but I just love the taste so much
    3. OATS. I could live without them, but don’t wanna!:D eat them everyday, so…
    4. TEA. Not a food, but what the hell:D I love tea.
    5. SHROOMS. I am a mushroom maniac. I am sadly not vegan or even vegetarian yet, only when i’m living alone (my mom throws a tantrum when I refuse to eat meat while I visit them, although at least it is a bio meat from farm, I’d never eat meat from an animal that suffered their whole life…) but back to the point, I’d always pick mushrooms over anything animal based. They are so yummy!!!

  • Dr. Campbell, THAILAND has gone 20 days without ANY local transmission. All new cases are repatriated nationals in state quarantine.

  • My five things:
    1. Salsa! I eat it with pita bread, in meals, and sometimes even in sandwiches!
    2. Hummus. This is my all-time favorite spread and dip, and it goes so well with carrots.
    3. Green lentils. Green lentil stew with garlic, onions, and parsley is my favorite meal in the world. So comforting, cozy, and satisfying.
    4. Home made oat milk can’t drink coffee without it!
    5. Rolled oats. I love oatmeal, overnight oats, making cookies with them, using them as a crunchy dessert topping, granola.. so many options!:)

  • J’ai totalement raison d’être fan de toi. ❤️

    Ton taboulé a l’air délicieux. Et ton quinoa mangue a l’air de tuer sa race. Je crois que je vais m’y mettre dans pas longtemps!

    Merci Alice.:D

  • Your food is so beautiful! I should learn to cook aha. The only thing I can think that I definitely have EVRYDAY is vegetables, I can’t live without:) and also tea of course!

  • You left out the TB vaccine in Africa & the impact it has on “trained immunity”. It’s been shown to reduce chest infections unrelated to TB by 50% & early studies show lower rates of covid in countries with current TB vaccination programs, in particular ones using older varieties of the vaccine

  • I guess I’m old because when Chernobyl blew I was a young man serving in the US Army and stationed in Kaiserslautern, West Germany. As for Russias low Covid death numbers it’s quite simple to understand. It has officially been declared an act of treason to contract the Coronavirus. As a “Crime against the State” the death penalty is the punishment. Therefore the individual died by execution. The number of Covid deaths they are declaring died before being executed. In summary. Russias reported “Covid” death numbers are accurate. (This of course was completely fabricated by myself during a time when my liver was processing alcoholic beverages)

  • Curious on why NAC, and why not just supplement with glutathione (GSH) which is the nutrient that actually helps balance the ROS build up in the electron transport chain?

  • Apparently the EVs who believe it is a fake pandemic are mad and they believe a vast conspiracy in the deep state to make hospitals and doctors rich. Of course Dinosaur bones are fake also. The fact that the doctor spend even 30 seconds answering that question shows he has the patience of Job if there ever was a Job.

  • Top 5 would have to be:
    Avocado, because I’m not that much of a bad latina
    ALL THE FRUIT, I actually don’t feel good when I spend a day without fruit
    Chia seeds
    Mushroooms <3
    Plantain it’s life.

  • what were those noodle-ee thingys she had at the end that she wrapped around her veg? Doesn’t look like it’s the same product as thin speghetti… can anyone tell me what those are?

  • So let me get this straight, you are fully ready to believe that russia isnt being truthful a out their numbers but you still believe chinas numbers? John you are confusing me with your words.

  • Hmmm lovely!! I should eat more legumes with brown rice as I love it as well.
    My everyday go to’s: banana, red bell pepper, broccoli/spinach, apple cider vinegar and rice cakes.

  • We roast the seeds, crush them and add diced onions, coriander leaves and chili and a bit of mustard oil and salt. It’s so so good with rice and any kind of curry ������

  • Could not live with out oatmeal, berries, broccoli, any kind of beans (I don’t discriminate), and a liiiittle bit of peanut butter

  • I like them all except kidney beans as well!:)
    Five things I couldn’t live without:
    -Coconut (any form)
    -Avocado
    -Greens
    -sesame (oil and seeds)
    -Nuts (various types)

  • I couldn’t live without spices! I get easily chilly, so I put cinnamon, ginger, turmeric and chilli almost in everything I eat. I also love nuts and seeds, because they are just the easiest, most delicious, nutrient dense and flavour packed go-to snack!

  • Tes recettes sont super! Je suis pas végétarienne et pourtant tout ce que tu fais donne très envie et pour en avoir essayé plusieurs c’est vraiment trop bien (et bon!) ����

  • I have recently rediscovered chickpeas (garbanzo). Love them!!! I’ve been making Greek-style hummus, and recently falafel (yum!!!). They are also delicious roasted with oil and spices as an awesome crunchy snack food.

  • Why is no one talking about THE SUICIDES!!! How come no one is interested in the fact that there are more suicides than deaths from their make belief illness!!! How come there was no lock down for other diseases before that claimed far more lives? This is all bullshit people!

  • Thank you again for the good info. Just to let you know,something I find interesting, we haven’t had a flu season this winter here in South Africa. Very few people have had flu.Something to bear in mind for your forth coming flu season in the northern hemisphere.

  • Well, I don’t eat it everyday, but almost:D They are my favourites… Limes, banana, brocolli, beans, potatoes… And rice, tomatoes and tofu are right behind them!

  • Surely, if thousands are testing positive and only a few admitted to hospital, there is something seriously wrong with the tests. It is almost as if the powers to be are using it to perpetuate the crisis.

  • I’m happy you changed your mind about protesting. In which protesting in covid19 is possible by a) wearing a mask b) wearing googles or sunglasses c) physically distancing during a march d) marching outdoors

  • , Thanks Dr Campbell for speaking about Ireland the government here are doing their best with information about the virus and most people stayed at home in the lockdown which was a great help let’s hope with a lot of shopping centres opening this Monday and other stores let’s hope it’s safe thanks for all your hard work giving us very serious information you have been the best for updates on this terrible virus Sending thanks and Good Wishes to you and all the people in the U K Marie Dublin Ireland

  • I feel a frustrated old lady. I ordered the Parker pen and it came today with no instructions and I broke it. Dottering idiot I am.

  • You mention a cool storage facility in “WEST” Auckland, we can’t take you seriously when you can’t even get the location correct. The facility is in East Auckland, Mt Wellington.

  • Dr Campbell, will you and your family like your grandkids be taking the vaccine?
    Corona virus vaccines have caused cytokine storm and killing people since 2009 at least.
    Any thoughts or comments on that?
    Thanks

  • what were those noodle-ee thingys she had at the end that she wrapped around her veg? Doesn’t look like it’s the same product as thin speghetti… can anyone tell me what those are?

  • Elimination of community spread is not elimination of the virus. (I’m part of a medical discussion group where doctors are getting this wrong!)

    Now that it has been investigated, it is extremely unlikely that the virus came in through packaged foods.

    It is most likely that it has been transferred from person to person and the tracing has run simply cold. (A door handle in a public place, a freak airborne transmission etc.) There are many possibilities. We may not find out, and that is OK. What matters is the outbreak is contained, and community transmission in NZ is eliminated again.

  • There are so many people who are working so hard, but our Congress men and women are totally wasting $Billions on things that have absolutely no practical value.

  • cherry tomatoes (honestly don’t know why but i love them raw or cooked they’re just the best)
    soy milk/ almond milk (just a little extra calcium plus its yum)
    kimchi or sauerkraut (currently obsessed with beet sauerkraut)
    greens (because duhcollards are usually my go-to)
    fruit (whatever’s in season! loving white peaches right now)

  • There is a huge discrepancy in the lethality of the African-American and the black African populations. He only cites the completely contradictory research results without trying to get some explanations. I would bet that the African studies are just wrong and Africans die as in the USA, but the data gathering was just plain wrong for those studies.

  • 1. zucchini
    2. homemade citrus water
    3. tomatoe stuff
    4. tempeh. Have you tried making your own? Was it easy (thinking about trying it myself)
    5. berries from our garden:DDD

  • A friend that lives in London and comutes on public transport everyday told me half of people don’t even wear a mask while on the tube, either on and off peak. It seems they control people when entering or leaving stations but not inside carriages. Prepare yourselves for fast rising second wave..

  • Many are realising that the virus is no threat. But the economic consequences of lockdown and the tidal wave of new money being printed are real. For example it looks like hyperinflation is taking hold in Turkey. Here are some possible takeaways for New Zealand. https://resources.redpillmoney.nz/blog/hyperinflation-in-turkey

  • I have noticed that very many, here in Spain, are utilizing the required face-masks improperly
    when they are availing themselves of public transport, such as busses.
    This is a great cause of concern.

  • Is antibody testing a good way to determine how many in the population have had this illness? I dont think so, if the antibodies only last 20-40 days. It would not be an accurate way to determine how many have already contracted this disease and no longer have antibodies in their bloodstream.

  • All these goofy tests and the biggest and worst factor is AGE (over 60) and it is not discussed but race is. Am I missing something?

  • What effects are the lockdowns, loss of livelihoods, depression, social isolation & mask wearing doing to our physical & mental health… immune systems?

  • The numbers are falsified, fact.
    Dumbed down society is prevalent tiday��
    Question the tyranny being mandated upon you, sheeple comply without any question��

  • LOL I caught the tail end, “back fat”? I can’t fathom an ounce of fat on you! You & David are so adorbs • love your videos:) Thank you for posting ��

  • As regards the spreading you mention as they do here they claimed 15 minutes was increasing ones chance of getting infected if near a infected person for that long, but seriously if this info comes from doctors they are idiots as you do not need a doctors qualification to know better, one breath full of someones virus which can happen in one second is all it takes to get it, seems to me many doctors and scientist suffer from lack of common sense and seem to only follow evidence, this is ridiculous. Play it safe first, then investigate, and where does this insane suggestion of 15 minutes come from, thats not logical, nore is 1.5 m enough,

  • Enclosed work spaces present the same (or higher) level of risk as schools with inadequate ventilation. Most modern offices are effectively sealed so that air conditioning can work as designed. You can’t open windows. Most air is recirculated with the addition of some fresh air. The only answer for such work places is to introduce UVC treatment of return air. UVC kills all viruses and bacteria. An ex-colleague tells me that UVC tubes are in very limited supply with manufacturers quoting 12+ months delivery periods. This reality is being underplayed or ignored by governments and/or scientific advisors who are unaware.

  • I have to buy a large item coming from NJ. GULP. Any advise? I will place it is a room for about 7 days. Should windows be open or closed? How long could it survive in that room with the windows closed? Could it get into crevices and hang out forever? Must buy it, but nervous.

  • The New Zealand 5th posiblity is it has come in via the ports. Ship workers may have breached boarders when off loading supplies and authorities have been testing everyone at the ports, to see if there is any indicators for this. It is interesting that Australia had 4 cases linked to the same frozen stores company over there, and is doing a geno test on that virus to see if it is the same or similar to the new New Zealand outbreak.

  • hmm so it’s traveling on smoke & yet STILL no recommendations for wearing respirators that actually block out smoke, despite them being prevalent in the community & easy for a lot of people to get access to

  • Hey I look at all your videos and have done so from mid January 2020. You were on the ball completely about this while thing. Could I quickly ask you what software do you use to edit and also the screen recorder you use? Thanks

  • MedCram Hi,
    Thank you �� for your video’s, I watch them almost religiously ��.
    Just wanted to say that I like the way you two interact. It seems to me that you’re good friends although the ‘Kyle’ vs ‘Dr Seheult’ doesn’t fit that but that might be an American thing and I’m Dutch.

  • I’ve wondered about the risks if you have a history of tuberculosis. Even though the answer isn’t pretty, I know now to be more careful

  • How about Mr Gates, his wife and children (according to Gates’ doctor his children have never been vaccinated for anything) are all experimentally vaccinated on and then are infected? It might not be ethical in the western world but it would speed up the process. Perhaps Mr Gates should put his mouth where his money is…. Good idea, yes or no? What’s good for the goose is good for the gander etc etc….

  • All beans except kidney beans alsoI don’t like them either. Blueberries, oats, all fruits and all veggies and greens. And a piece of very dark vegan gluten-free chocolate as dessert every lunch.

  • Jenny, just wanted to let you know that about a year ago I stumbled upon your youtube channel curious about your minimalism videos. I also checked out your vegan videos and something clicked for me. After a year of maintaining a vegan diet, I feel happy and healthy! Thank you! Keep up the good work!

  • Excuse-moi mais le fromage vegan c’est pas du fromage parce que dans le fromage il y a du lait et dans le vegan il n’y en a pas donc c’est juste une imitation chimique plus ou moins

  • I’m not hating or trying to sound rude but you should definitely eat more, especially on a vegan diet since plant based foods are less calorie dense than meat and dairy, and you should still get the amount of calories necessary in a day to function properly

  • HYDROXYCHLIOROQUINE is the cure but doctors are not allowed to tell you this.because bill gates want to vaccinate everyone..why.?Money.!!!!

  • Why isn’t there more talk about healthy life styles, vitamin D3, Zinc, sunshine & exercise.?
    Re rising cases: We have a lot more testing equals more cases, but the death rate hasn’t been growing. Shouldn’t the healthy be getting back to living their lives? Why punish the healthy working class and students? The Poor still get benefits, rich still have their mansions… it’s the working class who suffers.

  • I love these videos and all of the food looks so good! But here in the UK some of that stuff is so expensive! Anyone got any tips for a girl on a budget? Would really appreciate it.

  • Thank you for your level-headed interpretation of what is going on, Dr Campbell… I’m wondering… I have various health issues, one of which is musculo-skeletal pain. I have sorely missed going to the pool for hydrotherapy exercise and swimming, so have been going back since restrictions were lifted, as it helps immensely… have I missed any thoughts you may have on this, or if you haven’t yet given your thoughts in that, could you perhaps briefly mention what you surmise may be the increased risk. I’d live to be able to make an informed decision about returning to the pool/risk/benefits. Thank you ShirleyAnne ����‍♀️��

  • Miam j’ai hâte de tester la recette mangue quinoa! Merci pour ces bonnes idée! J’ai juste une petite question, ton problend 6 a l’air top et je cherche un blender de qualité, en est tu contente? Merci ��

  • India is of course in a much worse situation than what they report. Be careful about covid statistic. Excess death is the only stat that probably are true. https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/2020/07/15/tracking-covid-19-excess-deaths-across-countries

    It shows that Uk is worse off than the covid stat. Some other countries are far worse than the official covid deaths. Peru and Equador. In Europe the Netherlands and Portugal is way higher than reported covid death. Also Italy, Spain and US are far worse off. You can not fake excess death.

  • The reason John, for the low test percentage in the Auckland cluster, is that this was a family of seven (four sick) but that this family went Everywhere. All over Auckland, visiting, working, travelling. A very active family: church, school, everything, before they knew they were sick. Work colleagues at a cold store also caught it and they have spread it too. One worker travelled down the line, to Rotorua and Taupo, stopping at Tokoroa to visit people. They (so far) have been the only ones but it was early in the asymptomatic period so that was lucky. Even a retirement village. Thank God they were tested but nothing found. Stayed in hotels, tourism venues, restaurants etc. So as you can see in the short space of time, they moved it around.

  • Before the Corona plague the President. Or the Prime Minister. Would ask the people for the crown. After the corona plague the president forcibly stole the crown from the people. And put on our heads a crown of poisoned thorns. In the death poison of the dictatorship!

  • Dr Campbell, you might find this article interesting
    https://www.newcastleherald.com.au/story/6878727/vitamin-d-levels-during-pregnancy-can-help-guard-against-viruses-and-asthma-hunter-research/

  • Have watched every day since his first video on the subject. I’m a fellow “older” nurse, keeping our brains and skills current every way we can, includes both making, and watching medical youtube videos. 😉 Thanks Dr. Campbell as always. From Nova Scotia.

  • NZ. They have not determined if it came from a quarantine case. The virus matches a strain seen come in from the UK in March. They’re not sure they have the true index case.

  • A number of scientists involved in Covid treatment have said the virus is significantly weaker now that in it’s early stages. It may well be dying out. That being the case along with social distancing and with hand washing etc etc should mean a 2nd wave is unlikely.
    The economy is more important now along with persuading people with symptoms of other potentially critical illnesses to go to hospitals.

  • Some countries just have a lower death rate than others, for whatever reason. For instance two things that Portugal shares with Russia is a low death rate and compulsory BCG vaccination. Also both do a lot of testing, so the high number of infections might be explained by detection of many asymptomatic cases… Please, let’s leave political insinuations and prejudices to BBC.

  • Thank you for your videos. I have been checking in again from time to time and I still find it very informative although sometimes it’s a bit over my head

  • Thank you MedCram, in the beginning of this pandemic the OMS recommended to avoid the use of ibuprofen, now with the new information about the NSAIDs, the ibuprofen still represents a risk?

  • LOL I caught the tail end, “back fat”? I can’t fathom an ounce of fat on you! You & David are so adorbs • love your videos:) Thank you for posting ��

  • I want to draw your attention to the following study that is only now being taken up in the recent publications on COVID-19:
    Dopico, X., Evangelou, M., Ferreira, R. et al. Widespread seasonal gene expression reveals annual differences in human immunity and physiology. Nat Commun 6, 7000 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms8000

    There are a few ideas already for cross-national differences: cross-vaccination, weather effects (living outside, ventilation, air humidity), general health, vitamin D levels, socio-economic factors, viral strands,…

    However this one would be new: there wouldn’t be a change in the virus nor in the environment, but in the carriers. Apparently 25% of genetic expression, including hormonal sensitivity and immunity, changes over time. The patterns in the northern and southern hemisphere are opposite (hence maybe New Zealand should not praise its policies but rather it’s position relative to the sun), and totally different when there is less seasonality, around the equator the study discusses the Gambia, which happens to be at the same longitude as Vietnam and the success region of Kerala in India.

    I am not saying this is the full story, but it may explain why in countries with strong seasonality, there has been a sharp peak and then a decline, regardless of confinement rules, while Iran is now in the middle of a second wave despite good weather (still). It may also be that airconditioning and hiding from the sun is the cause, of course. However, something should explain why we don’t get the flu in the summer. This study is the best explanation I have seen thus far.

  • Hi I’m currently Living in Eswatini with the highest number of people living with HIV in the world as well numerous other comorbidities I have a few theories as to why Africa is doing better. How can I email you Dr John

  • French Virologist, Dr. Didier Raoul has had real success lowering the viral load with Hydroquinolone & Azithromax and treating patients at home. Early testing & treatment have succeeded after cardiac clearance. Because President Trump supported this regimen, its use is restricted to the detriment of the patients.

  • If this virus can get around by frozen products then imagine the amount of ready to cook meals that have been handled by potentially infected staff members and shipped all over the place and brought back home by shoppers. Good luck tracking that.

  • I literally searched up “Arknights Ad Thick Thighs,” and this was the first thing that came up. This lady has vendetta against her from someone at YouTube.

  • Finally an honest review of jackfruit as a meat substitute! Hmm prickly pear? Or I’d love to see something on canned meats (tuna, chicken, spam, ham) maybe a budget challenge?

  • Dr John I am really enjoying your video’s I have been here with you since the start of this pandemic, I don’t think your video’s are to long they are only as long as the information you are giving out, keep up all your good work sir John which you should be known as in my eyes, thank you for all your hard work love from me in Bedfordshire UK ���� oxox

  • Hey hey everybody! You asked for it and now it’s here, I hope you enjoy seeing what I eat in a day! Just as a quick DISCLAIMER: I do not eat the same exact things every single day. In this video I am showing you some of my favorite foods that I do tend to eat regularly. Thanks for watching!
    p.s. please excuse my sick voice in this video:)

  • My mom always oils her hands/gloves and knives when she prepares jackfruit:)
    You should try making turon with the fruit! it’s like a desert eggroll with banana and brown sugar <3

  • I went vegan for like 5 months then everyone kept saying it was unhealthy and that i looked extremely pale and ill even though i felt extremely energized when i was vegan! I felt amazing tbh, and i want to go back to being vegan but im obsessed with fish these days (i already dont eat meat and dairy).any tips on how to return to veganism?

  • More testing = more cases. The used pcr test also give false positives. They make a translation from positive test to patiënt. That is wrong. The ic beds are almost empty.

  • Two publications in POZ journal, named “We are seeing few cases of HIV positive people with severe Covid “(Google )and 2 “How many people w HIV are getting Covid 19? both are available in POZ magazine. I enjoy your posts very much and i put my mother on Vitamin D and she takes statins.

  • I hope this reaches everyone in earnest https://youtu.be/QSNA9UWANe0. I’m going to share what I witnessed last night to the world so everyone can see what’s happening from different peoples perspective during the pandemic. This was shot in Stillwater OK USA, returning students were crowded at bars, violating the local mask wearing ordinance and erupted into a full bar brawl that blocked traffic in the streets and had the police temporarily enforce a lockdown

  • ello govna. well well well. looks like yee arent ready to condemn them these protests are irresponsible as you did the others it is? what different misses? privy mr doctor truth afraid the bobbies break down his door he tell the truth about some people having irresponsible mass gatherings. SO BRAVE. SO HONEST.

  • Some countries just have a lower death rate than others, for whatever reason. For instance two things that Portugal shares with Russia is a low death rate and compulsory BCG vaccination. Also both do a lot of testing, so the high number of infections might be explained by detection of many asymptomatic cases… Please, let’s leave political insinuations and prejudices to BBC.

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  • For me it have to be apples, oats, hemp-,chiaand buckweedseeds, greens&salads and…tough one to decide…well I COULD eat kumaras every day 😉

  • We seem to live in such upgraded society, having lots of articles and technologies, but basic behaviour and respect, kindness are smth absolutely unfamiliar… so sad that people behave wild and in such times show only worser and worser qualities. It makes me feel so sad

  • Gurl from one editor to another HOW do you get those handwritten text titles in your video! It’s a skill i’ve wanted to learn forever!

  • quelle est ta motivation pour être vegan? c’est plus healthy qu’une alimentation normale? car si c’est pour l’aspect écologique c’est dommage que tu utilises autant de plastique dans ton alimentation.. à part ca merci pour la vidéo!

  • The > of Covid in Florida may be related to the dramatically increase in testing and an astonishing increase in travel to Florida from New York & New Jersey. Our streets are crammed with tourists.

  • I have to buy a large item coming from NJ. GULP. Any advise? I will place it is a room for about 7 days. Should windows be open or closed? How long could it survive in that room with the windows closed? Could it get into crevices and hang out forever? Must buy it, but nervous.

  • Put some oil in your hands and knife so it won’t stick that much �� Raw jackfruit is best paired with coconut milk (Langka sa Gata) �� We literally have jackfruit tree inside our garage ��

    Viewer from Philippines ����

  • Dr Seheult is amazing and I salute him. He forgot to mention proning as being a beneficial non therapeutic intervention which he has mentioned in other videos of his. Just thought I’d mention it.

  • Ok…I understand nerfing proof of concept for treatments!!

    BUT…at approximately 23:49…and the talk on NAC!! What becomes rather nonchalant talk…about we’ve not seen randomized trials to prove something might work or not!!

    What’s disgusting….like NAC, ZINC. VIt. C….that these aren’t being routinely used, to keep a person’s basal needs for these substances up to norms….when the person is obviously suffering immensely and heading towards a bleak outcome!!

    If a persons basal body needs are plummenting….Why in the hell…would you not administer these basic needs for the body to functions as it needs to. To be able to keep the body’s basic functions that it needs to fight the disease!!

    And YES!! I understand protocols….but you’re playing with a person’s life. When like these items I mentioned above are a bodies basic needs. And you’d play games that….’OH…we haven’t seen this done in a good randomized trial yet. So we better not.!!

    Sorry…this talk is utterly moronic. In the basic needs of what’s needed for basic cellular function!!

  • Dr. Campbell, just want to give you an article about NYC https://gothamist.com/food/photos-pandemic-fatigued-new-yorkers-turn-nyc-into-bourbon-street?fbclid=IwAR3AUZTKXoE6e4U9tqQ2tIuc5zPfO92akYuN91Ti91qTKsnDusPtIoO0Zgs

  • Re Russia. Firstly, they have done a lot of testing meaning the IFR will be more accurate but certainly still too high as they won’t have captured all of the infections. Secondly, they have not suspended their normal official cause of death procedures, as we have, so they are accurately recording deaths FROM COVID-19 not simply WITH the SARS-COV-2 virus in the body, which is what we’re doing. Therefore, their cause of death data will be much more accurate than ours. Thirdly, the WHO have been consistently wrong about nearly everything to do with this pandemic. Usually, the opposite of what they say proves to be the truth. Cheap shot re Chernobyl, which is in the Ukraine, not Russia, and occurred under the Soviet regime, does you no credit.

  • I dont follow this channel often. Has Dr Campbell spoken about how covid 19 is going on the death certificates for non covid deaths and the fact they are fixing the figures. Has he discussed that the CDC estimates the death toll to be at 0.26%. If not, ure a fraud mate.

  • As always Dr. Campbell you are an island of sanity in a sea of confusion. Your work is much appreciated. I know my life has improved because I am following sound recommendations from yourself and your sources on many things that include: Vitamin D,Social Distancing, Proper Handwashing, Exercise, Eating Healthy, and Getting Enough Sleep to name a few. Thank you so very much Dr. Campbell. All the best to you and yours. Stay safe, stay healthy, and be happy. Mitch ��

  • Can you mention Guernsey. No new cases for over 40 days due to rigorous track and Trace. Our public health minister Dr Nicola Brink is a virologist and has been awesome

  • I feel a frustrated old lady. I ordered the Parker pen and it came today with no instructions and I broke it. Dottering idiot I am.

  • 1. oats for porridge
    2. coffee n soy or almond milk
    3. apples n bananas
    4. thai curry paste
    5. mushrooms, beans, n many other veggies o;
    i love ur recipes so soo much��

  • At least they all had personal protection stuff, some had visors too and gloves. You should see how it is in Serbia now, people think it’s over so 99% don’t wear anything anymore, it’s incredible because the number of daily cases is slowly rising, it was like 76 today, one death.

  • I watch a few a week on the vids I have the time to watch, but always appreciate your contribution.
    Incidentally, I agree that the Auckland virus came in on meat surface from a Victorian Aust abattoir. They have had a couple of infections from two or three of them. They are checking if they match.

  • , Thanks Dr Campbell for speaking about Ireland the government here are doing their best with information about the virus and most people stayed at home in the lockdown which was a great help let’s hope with a lot of shopping centres opening this Monday and other stores let’s hope it’s safe thanks for all your hard work giving us very serious information you have been the best for updates on this terrible virus Sending thanks and Good Wishes to you and all the people in the U K Marie Dublin Ireland

  • As regards the spreading you mention as they do here they claimed 15 minutes was increasing ones chance of getting infected if near a infected person for that long, but seriously if this info comes from doctors they are idiots as you do not need a doctors qualification to know better, one breath full of someones virus which can happen in one second is all it takes to get it, seems to me many doctors and scientist suffer from lack of common sense and seem to only follow evidence, this is ridiculous. Play it safe first, then investigate, and where does this insane suggestion of 15 minutes come from, thats not logical, nore is 1.5 m enough,