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The Gary Null Show – 01.06.17

Today on The Gary Null Show, We have a very special episode for you. To kick off the program Gary as always does his health and healing segment covering the topics from stress mangement, immunue system and a new study on sleep. Gary Null finishs up the program answering some great questions from the listeners. but before that Gay has a special for you on Cardio Stuff.

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Keli Tianga – As Boomers Retire, Mom-and-Pop Businesses Convert to Co-ops to Save Jobs

Susanne Ward and her husband, Patrick Reilley, moved from California to Maine in 1992 with plans of starting their own business. They decided on a used bookstore and coffee house, as they felt both good coffee and good books were in short supply in their new neighborhood. Located in the city of Rockland, Rock City (named for the limestone quarries …

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New Studies Reveal That Drinking Certain Kinds of Tea Poses Dangerous Health Risks

Next to water, tea is the most popular beverage in the world, which is generally a good thing: Besides being tasty and soothing—or energizing, depending on what you’re going for—a seemingly endless body of research has linked it with a huge number of mental and physical health benefits. Most recently, for example, studies have shown that tea is associated with a lower …

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Popular natural and organic tea companies violate pesticide laws

While the tea beverage fascination may have started with America’s southern sweet tea, the popularity of organic and natural teas has skyrocketed over the last decade. Green tea is now the drink of choice (only after water) as people around the world enjoy its refreshing flavor as well as its antioxidant and medicinal benefits. In addition, consumers are realizing how each herbal tea …

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Demand for coffee can create ecological, economic rift with poorer nations

The explosion in worldwide coffee consumption in the past two decades has generally not benefitted farmers of coffee beans in poorer nations along the equator. A University of Kansas (KU) researcher studying trade and globalization has found that the shift to “technified” coffee production in the 1970s and 1980s has created harsher economic and ecological consequences for heavy coffee-producing nations, …