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FOOD PRESERVATION: Sun Drying Fruits and other Foods

Sun drying is one of mankind’s oldest and most reliable ways to preserve food. Archeological sites in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia show this method of food preservation has been used since 4,000 B.C. Sun drying is actually pretty simple; it relies on the sun and airflow – that’s pretty much it. While newer methods like electronic dehydrators speed up the …

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Ask The Blood Detective – Ph Lies – 09.24.16

Think you know the importance of body pH (acid base) and how to eat for health? Think again! “I almost never hear or read anything accurate about body pH and how to change it. Lies like: ‘eat alkaline and you become alkaline’ and ‘an acid pH is bad and alkaline is good – ALL LIES'”! Urine and saliva pH are NOT accurate reflections of blood pH”, according to Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective. Join Dr. Wald, The host of, Ask The Blood Detective, and learn the truth pH. How to find out the cause of abnormal pH and most importantly, how to fix it.

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Haroon Siddique – GMO enzymes used in food and cleaning products “are potent allergens”, warns study

* Research says genetically modified enzymes, which allow products to be still labelled as ‘natural’, should be tested like potentially hazardous chemicals Genetically modified enzymes used in food, perfumes, medicine and cleaning products are “potent allergens” and should be tested like other potentially hazardous chemicals, experts have said. There has been an explosion in the use of enzymes to boost …

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Increasing Rates In Diabetes and Obesity Linked To Emulsifiers and Additives In Processed Foods

Studies on the human gut have added further evidence that emulsifiers and additives found in most processed foods are linked to obesity, diabetes and inflammatory bowel disorders. Studies have used mice to test the effect of two common emulsifiers – carboxymethylcellulose and polysorbate-80 – on the microbiome make up and metabolism, finding that relatively low-level concentrations of the emulsifiers resulted …

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NDC Savings Club – 07.22.15

Guest Speaker:  Dr. Gary Lawson owner We Care Medical Mall inc. Today topic: Affordable MRI and CT Scans http://cheapimaging.com/ (MRi) Since 2000 – We Care Medical Mall, inc. has assists people with no insurance or high deductibles to obtain affordable imaging center self-pay, cash prices. We have contracts with 2,800 quality imaging center locations nationwide, and get a volume-based wholesale discount rate …

Climate change may knock seafood off the menu By Tim Radford

Pink salmon – the smallest and most abundant of the Pacific salmon species, and a supper table mainstay in many parts of the world – may be swimming towards trouble. And they are not the only dish likely to disappear from the menu. Mussels, oysters, clam and scallop could all become scarcer and more expensive as the seas become more …

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Beyond Compost: 5 Ways to Get Your Soil Ready This Spring – Peter D’AuriaMiles Schneiderman

The key to gardening is dirt. If you can grow good dirt now, you can grow good vegetables this spring. And you don’t have to run to the garden store to load up on boxes and bags of stuff to do it if you start early and think of it as a year-round project. Hugelkültür Hugelkültür (mound or hill culture) …

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Proof That Past Is Prologue Pharmacologically

The New Scientist Health published a rather interesting article regarding a thousand-year-old, 9th century Anglo-Saxon ‘antibiotic’ remedy for curing an eye disease, the stye. 

The amazing aspect of the story, in my opinion, is that modern scientists are figuratively ‘gassed’ about the recipe’s ability to have killed off 90 percent of the MRSA infection in a controlled laboratory test with …

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ALUMINUM CAN STUNT PLANT ROOTS IN JUST MINUTES

Scientists have discovered how aluminum, a toxic result of soil acidification, acts to reduce plant growth. The increasing human population and continuing degradation of farm soils has made food security a critical issue, says researcher Peter Kopittke of the University of Queensland School of Agriculture and Food Sciences. One-third of the world’s food-producing land has been lost in the past 40 …