Monthly Archives: January 2011

5 Things That Contribute To Honey Bee Colony Collapse Disorder

There has been a lot of news recently pointing the finger at agricultural chemicals basically poisoning bee colonies.  While there is not absolute proof of what is causing the bee population decline, this troubling trend has forced scientists to uncover … Continue reading

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Grass Fed Sliced Sirloin Steak W Brown Rice and Peas

Yes!  Grass fed beef is good for your… and it is even better with this recipe. Stir Fried Brown Rice With Sliced Sirloin (Grass Fed) Steak and Peas 1/2 cup sweet brown rice 3 tablespoons coconut oil 8 ounces thinly … Continue reading

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How To Start A Garden

If you want to make a garden out of scratch, there are just a few things to keep in mind. First: you can do it!  Plants often grow in spite of humans and so there is no way that this … Continue reading

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Toxic PCBs Detected in 99 to 100 Percent Of Pregnant Women

Startling test results reveal toxic chemicals from our industrial society are in pregnant women and likely affecting the health of the fetus.  There are thousands upon thousands of chemicals with potentially tragic long term consequences that currently have no government … Continue reading

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How To Build Raised Garden Beds

Raised bed gardening is a great way to raise vegetables.  I have a few tips that might make building your raised bed(s) a success. Location is of utmost importance.  A plant bed for summer crops wants eight hours of direct … Continue reading

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Medicine and Cleaning Product Pollutions Found In Minnesota Lakes

In the past most of the research conducted was to evaluate pollution/contamination in rivers.  This researcher decided to have a look at lakes.  Shockingly even remote lakes were discovered to have man made pollutants… Unlike rivers, lakes typically aren’t a … Continue reading

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Organic Huevos Rancheros

I like that she is using olive oil in this organic huevo ranchero recipe.  Delicious! Ingredients: Whole wheat tortillas Olive oil Organic eggs Shredded Monterey jack or Colby cheese Fresh salsa, hot sauce, guacamole, sour cream, and whatever else you … Continue reading

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Breastfed Children Jump Farther Than Non Breastfed Children

Turns out the benefits of breastfeeding could carry into benefits as your child ages.  Children that were breastfed had better muscle development than those that were not according to this study. Until now, no studies have examined the association between … Continue reading

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How To Make a Vegetable Garden

Building your own vegetable garden is a quite rewarding process.  It adds an amount of ‘green’ to your life that few other activities can.  The time that you spend with your veggie garden will provide time to reflect on a … Continue reading

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Green Tea To Battle Cancer and Dementia

This article goes into recent research that shows green tea is even better at fighting cancer and dementia than previously thought.  Now if they would only discover that coffee did the same thing! Actually, a new study has revealed that … Continue reading

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