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Is Oxygen A Carcinogen?

There are some people that believe in a fluoride conspiracy. They take out all the minerals (elements) in their drinking water because they have a fluoride-phobia. Fluoride is naturally present in the food and drink we consume and is considered a normal constituent of the human body. The fluoride concentration in bones and teeth is […]

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Diet And Global Warming

For quite some time, the scientific consensus has been eating meat is worse for the environment than being a vegetarian; however, a new study found a very different result. Lettuce is “over three times worse in greenhouse gas emissions than eating bacon,” according to researchers from the Carnegie Mellon University. Paul Fischbeck, study co-author and […]

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Why Do Vegaterians Seem Brain Damaged?

By Daniel Brouse “Vegans eat only food of plant origin. Because animal products are the only food sources of vitamin B12, vegans must supplement their diets with a source of this vitamin.” — USDA Lack of B12 and amino acids results in neurological disorders. (eg Brain Damage) “Also, the vegan diet is a poor choice […]

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Vegetarians Are Less Healthy

A new study had concluded that vegetarians are less healthy than omnivores: Nutrition and Health – The Association between Eating Behavior and Various Health Parameters: A Matched Sample Study Nathalie T. Burkert*, Johanna Muckenhuber, Franziska Großschadl, Eva Rasky, Wolfgang Freidl Institute of Social Medicine and Epidemiology, Medical University Graz, Graz, Austria Abstract Population-based studies have […]

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Foraging For Food in the Winter

Winter foraging can be one of the toughest challenges; however, if you do a little preparation in the fall, the buried treasures will yield healthy results. Find out more from the Guide To Edible Plants’ Foraging for Food in the Winter. Chives, Garlic Greens, Mint, Carrot Greens, Parsley Winter-Food-Foraging-Mint-Parsley-Garlic-West-Chester-Pennsylvania.mp4 scavenging-for-scallions-foraging-for-food.mp4

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