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Soy – to be or not to be in our diet

I’ve gotten several emails lately asking about various forms of soy and if it is healthy or not. If you don’t feel like reading the rest of this post, the answer can be summarized in one sentence: Soy is not healthy, it can cause health problems, and it’s widespread use is destructive to the planet… don’t eat it! Want to ...

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Market Behavior in exotic research endeavors

Focused observation and a clip-board may not be the best elicitation of ground-proofing or integration tools for academic or diplomatic inquiry.  An impartial guide or associate of indigenous origin who joins your excursion may best record and translate the meaning of situations, interactions and cultural nuances.  A conglomeration of interpretations from different sectors, whether associated with a research topic or ...

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Cultural Literacy – Making/Baking Bread in Iraq

Wile serving he United States Embassy as Medical Adviser, my role was formerly designated as Iraqi Task Force (IQATF). During this duty some camaraderie and trust, in a very altruistically uncertain atmosphere, what a great challenge and extremely rewarding. Breaking bread and sharing chi was a great ice breaker when inquiring about local public health.  to engage Iraqis in bread making ...

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Home Remedies for Cellulitis

Cellulitis is a common but potentially serious skin infection of the deeper layers of the skin and the subcutaneous tissues. It is most often caused by staphylococcus and streptococcus bacteria, but can also be caused by other types of bacteria. It occurs in areas where the skin has broken open, such as a cut, scrape, insect bite, ulcer, burn, surgical ...

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Calf Weaning Sess can be Minimized with Good Management

Weaning time is a very traumatic experience for a calf, and also for his mother if this was her first calf. Older cows often take it a. little better; they’ve gone through it before. The stresses of weaning can be minimized with good management and some thought and care as to the effects upon the animals involved. Weaning creates both ...

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Calorie Reduction for resilience and longevity – CR explained

Posted by: Donald at January 29th of FightAging.org, 2014 and modeated by the Vitamin Agent  11th August, 2016 Calorie (KCal) intake has been adifficult matter of moderating expert nutritionist compliance with a patients compliance over a 72 to 160 hour hour scheduled patient consult. Patients compliance is D difficult and illustrated the tenuous efficacy of a nutritionist, naturopath, chiropractor, DO, ...

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Eating behaviors are Evolving

The growing influence of Hispanics, Millennials going through life stages, aging boomers, smaller households, and the need for fresh and non-processed foods are among the factors driving the shift in what and how consumers eat, reports NPD. May 11, 2015 The center aisles at grocery stores are evidence that U.S. consumers’ eating behaviors are evolving. The growing influence of Hispanics, ...

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Ecosystem Confusion

In the most simple terms, people consider the natural environment and global ecosystem has the ability to dilute pollution and reintegrate it into nature immediately through diluting the pollution or over time.  Expectations that all matter (gas, liquid, solid) tends toward balance will equalize a toxicity of pollutants and toxins converted back into their primary, natural constituents.  This is true ...

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Just indulge at times – it’s good for your heart and soul

When eating clean, energetic and lean foods,  remember the deprivation factor beacure there is a change from the sweet, meaty,greasy, sugary standard fare – don’t become so obsessed with the stress of looking good, being fit and “being Good” arond food and in social settings.  Indulge yourself periodically for your comfort, heart and soul

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WHEET GRASS – WHAT IS ALL THE FUSS

The word microbiota represents an ensemble of microorganisms that resides in a previously established environment. Human beings have clusters of bacteria in different parts of the body, such as in the surface or deep layers of skin (skin microbiota), the mouth (oral microbiota), the vagina (vaginal microbiota), and so on. What is Gut Microbiota Gut microbiota (formerly called gut flora) ...

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