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  1. Re: Raw Honey Could Help Reduce Blood Sugar And Cholesterol Levels, Study Finds

    Another good reason to buy local food and to eat local food. Knowing your farmer is a good thing. I know the bee keeper, and have met the bees.
  2. Re: Mexican Lawmakers Push Wider Pesticides Ban; Farm Groups Alarmed

    It would be nice if some of Mexico's neighboring countries adopted this approach, as well.
  3. Re: You Could Be Cutting Your Toenails the Wrong Way

    If one does not wear shoes, no need to cut the toenails. Your mileage may vary.
  4. Re: Broccoli Can Stimulate Brain Regeneration, New Research Suggests

    Another supplement which works synergistically with Sulforaphane would Calcium D-Glucarate.
  5. Re: Broccoli Can Stimulate Brain Regeneration, New Research Suggests

    Dogma! Pffftt! This truly is good news.
  6. Re: Ivermectin Doesn't Improve Recovery Much, Clinical Trial Finds

    One should be careful not to throw out the "good" in favor of searching for the "perfect" which does not exist. The smear campaign against Ivermectin and other treatments relies upon the fact that...
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    Re: Top Five Habits for a Healthier Life

    Julieanne, you are so correct. Sometimes I get lost in my little bubble. Udo Erasmus has been telling us about these factors for several decades now. I used to go up to Vancouver BC to visit with...
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    Re: Top Five Habits for a Healthier Life

    All good advice. I would have thought that most people already knew these things, but when looking around at one's fellow humans, I guess not.
  9. Re: Does Death of Congressman’s Wife Prove Supplements Are Unsafe?

    Did that!
  10. Re: 5 Food-Medicines That Could Quite Possibly Save Your Life

    So Farmer Luca says that he does not peel his turmeric, but he says that he puts them into his smoothies. I tend to use mine in a stir fry or curry dish, so I shall continue to peel them partially,...
  11. Re: New York City Banned Gas in New Buildings. Here’s What You Need to Know

    Yes, Grulla, and I was on the side which was recommending that the electrical power lines be buried underground in conduit, but as I said, nobody is listening to the opinion of the average person.
  12. Re: New York City Banned Gas in New Buildings. Here’s What You Need to Know

    The controversy between electrical distribution lines being strung along poles above ground versus being buried in conduit underground has been a huge political football here, ever since all of our...
  13. Re: New York City Banned Gas in New Buildings. Here’s What You Need to Know

    I fail to understand how a natural gas or propane stove could release methane, unless it has a pilot light. I have a propane stove, as do most people around here because electricity is prohibitively...
  14. Re: 5 Food-Medicines That Could Quite Possibly Save Your Life

    Thanks Islander! As mentioned, when the turmeric roots are being harvested while they are young, I never peel them as the skins are quite thin and smooth. These are grown locally here, of course. ...
  15. Re: 5 Food-Medicines That Could Quite Possibly Save Your Life

    Odd question, having to do with one of these magic five ingredients: Do other people peel their turmeric root prior to slicing and cooking it? I never used to do that, just washed them, but...
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    Re: How To Make Healthy Eating Easy

    This works for me. If I fail to eat dinner several hours prior to my bedtime, or if I eat too much food at any one meal, I will not sleep well. I do remember reading the Adele Davis books many...
  17. Re: Have you heard soy is linked to cancer or can ‘feminise’ men? What the science sa

    On this Soy matter, I agree with Grulla.
  18. Re: Relationship between blood type and outcomes following COVID-19 infection

    This is fascinating. My blood type is A- and my roommate's is O-. Neither one of us has gotten sick. This is not proof of anything, but it does add some information to the mix.
  19. Thread: Fishing

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    Re: Fishing

    Love this one!
  20. Re: High Fructose Corn Syrup Linked To Liver Disease?

    Not only in Mexico. Around here, the popular Crucian drinks include copious quantities of Coco Lopez, which is quite sweet, along with rum of course. This is the land that rum built. I'm talking...
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    Re: Eight Unexpected Health Benefits of Ginger

    We are so fortunate here to have fresh local ginger root available at the farm stands almost all year around. If one buys quite a bit of it when it is abundant, it can be frozen so that we still...
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    Re: Why I Kicked My Keurig to the Curb

    Melitta is a brand name for a certain style of cone coffee filter. Theirs might be more expensive, just because they had developed the original design. We use an unbleached knock off brand which...
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    Re: Why I Kicked My Keurig to the Curb

    Same here. I get a knock off brand, similar to Melitta for a little more than $2 US for 100 filters.
  24. Re: The Link Between Nightshades, Chronic Pain and Inflammation

    I'm so ignorant, I had thought that everyone knew this about the nightshades. What I did not know was that ashwagandha shares these properties.
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    Re: Why I Kicked My Keurig to the Curb

    My personal experience, having to do with convenience goes like this. After the hurricanes, we had several months with no electrical power, so no electric coffee maker of any sort. So I got out the...
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