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Would You Use A Clay Fridge?

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Would You Use A Clay Fridge?

Made from clay and not needing any power to run, it keeps vegetables fresh for up to a week and can even store dairy, according to Mansukhbhai Prajapati, its Indian inventor.

The fridge is made of a porous type of clay from Gujarat, the region in India where Prajapati has his workshop. You feed water into a 5 gallon holding tank at the top and it gradually drips down through the material. On a warm day, the water evaporates, cooling the clay and leaving the contents inside relatively cold. Prajapati …

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Fired For Caring Over Quaker Chewy Bars

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“Here’s a “good for you” snack, according to its manufacturer, Quaker Oats, a subsidiary of PepsiCo. Granola bars enjoy a health halo due to the fact that they are from “granola”. From the box:

Good source of calcium (10% of daily value per 40 grams). 0g Trans fat (See nutrition facts for saturated fat content). Great taste and Quaker goodness rolled into every bar. Quaker Chewy Granola Bars are made with the goodness of Quaker Oats.

Quaker Chewy Granola bars are now made without high fructose corn syrup.

With all these advantages, is this a product a healthful, wholesome snack or is it closer to a candy bar?” Source and more info about Quaker  Chewy Bars

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Matthew was concerned about the Quaker Chewy Bar the boy he was assisting was eating, and the potential adverse affects it could have on the health of this young man and the assistance Matthew was trying to provide. Matthew mentioned Monsanto in an email to his supervisor on Friday and was unfairly dismissed by top brass on Monday. Matthew was asking for advice from his employer on how to approach the parent of a child he was assisting in his role as a Community Habilitator for SKIP (Sick Kids Need Involved People).

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Make Your Own Almond Milk

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Leave STORE BOUGHT almond milk on the shelf in the store

Make Your Own Almond Milk

Make Your Own Almond Milk

To make your own start with ONE cup of RAW almonds

SOAK almonds overnight in water

DRAIN almonds BLEND almonds with 4 cups of water for two minutes

ADD vanilla extact or dates to sweeten (optional)

Pour into NUT MILK BAG or layered cheesecloth Enjoy

Fresh made almond milk lasts 3-4 days Keep in the fridge

Dehydrate the remaining almond pulp and …

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10 Easiest Vegetables To Grow

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10 Easiest Vegetables To Grow – Here’s a list of the top 10 easiest vegetables you can grow, regardless of skill level or age.

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The Human Microbiome

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The Invisible Universe Of The Human Microbiome

In many ways you’re more microbe than human. There are 10 times more cells from microorganisms like bacteria and fungi in and on our bodies than there are human cells. But these tiny compatriots are invisible to the naked eye. Ben Arthur gives us a guided tour of the rich universe of the human microbiome.

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Improve Your Oral Health in 5 Simple Steps

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Discover How You Can Improve Your Oral Health in 5 Simple Steps

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Watch the video to discover 5 foundational steps to create massive positive change in your oral health:

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Fruits and vegetables: This is what your grandma never taught you

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Fruits and vegetables:This is what your grandma never taught you

Fruits and vegetables’ vibrant colors tell the story of their “super powers”. You see, it’s their “phytonutrients”, or plant nutrients, that help us fight disease and stay stronger for longer.

Learn what the phytonutrients do — and how much of each you need to be healthy — in the infographic below. Follow links below to download your own copy of this chart!

Image source: precisionnutrition.com 

Check out precisionnutrition.com for this and many great articles

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What is oil pulling?

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What is oil pulling?

“Oil pulling is an ancient cleansing and detoxifying technique from Ayurvedic medicine, the traditional medicine from India. The process is simply to swish (or pull) unrefined oils throughout the mouth for several minutes. Similar to what oil does in a car engine, oil pulling gathers all sorts of debris like bacteria, fungi, and viruses (aka bad bugs) into the oil to be spit out.”

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What You Need To Know About Napping

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What You Need To Know About Napping

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Nap to re-invigorate your body and mind,whether it’s spent inside or in the majestic outdoors. But as wonderful and widespread as napping is, few people know too much about it! Studies have found different benefits and detriments to a nap’s timing, duration and even effect on different people.

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Banana Icecream

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Banana Icecream

With a texture just like soft-serve, frozen bananas make the most amazing Ice Cream treat! Does it taste like bananas? It depends on what you add. Try adding frozen berries. Or nut butter. Or chocolate chips. Or coconut chips. Be creative! Yes, you do need to freeze the banana first. But that is very easy. Just peel. Then slice or dice or just squish it. Put onto a tray or into a freezer bag, and leave in the freezer for at least 2 hours. Then you’re ready to make the most amazing thing ever!

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Insulin Resistance

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Understanding Insulin Resistance and What You Can Do About It

Dr. Berg explains what insulin resistance is in a simple way. He covers what insulin is, what the insulin receptor is, what diabetes is and how the pancreas and liver works in relationship to insulin sensitivity. To overcome obesity and blood sugar insulin problems, it is imperative that you understand the mechanism of insulin resistance.

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