Mar 232014
 

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Cakes filled with edible insects in various attractive shapes were on display at the University of Wageningen, Netherlands, on Monday to promote the idea of having insects to meet the needs of protein-rich diet for a rising population.


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Super Yummy?  Couldn’t they even try to make them look tasty?


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 Posted by at 7:29 am
Mar 232014
 

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Guardian Liberty Voice Fitness: Top Seven Myths and Five Hard Facts About Exercise Guardian Liberty Voice Choosing the right fitness routine and the best exercises can be as challenging as reading the fine print in a gym membership contract because…


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All exercise information is ever-changing. The only constant is that is that it is good for you and some is better than none!

 


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 Posted by at 7:27 am
Jan 122014
 

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We need a revolution. Cooking real food is a revolutionary act. We have lost the means to care for ourselves. We have now raised the second generation of Americans who don’t know how to cook.


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Yes! the only way to have control of your intake…


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 Posted by at 2:36 pm
Jan 012014
 

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One way to avoid consuming overly produced food is to cook your own meals and pepper them with spices, which serve up a surprising number of health benefits. You can’t ask for a more effortless way to improve your health.


Judith Hollier‘s insight:

Add these to your cooking and beef up the flavor as well as the health profile.


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 Posted by at 10:16 am
Dec 222013
 

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by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq./www.liattorney.com
Over 60 countries around the world either prohibit, restrict  or require genetically modified (GM) food to be labelled, excluding the United States.  In fact, one thing the U.S.


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At least it will be real corn and not some chemically cheap imitation.


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