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    Re: How Foods Affect Our Sleep

    Islander, ya bloomin ol' baracuda, I'm gifting some! My step-niece in L.A. is a vegetarian.
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    Re: How Foods Affect Our Sleep

    Done, I FINALLY put in an online order today via Ebay, for a 4pak of 220G jars of Australian Kraft Vegemite, @ ~$34.00 USD, and NOT to be confused with the sugary British Marmite.

    I have heard...
  3. Thousands of ocean fishing boats could be using forced labor

    Gavin McDonald
    December 21, 2020

    Fishing on the high seas is a bit of a mystery, economically speaking. These areas of open ocean beyond the territorial jurisdiction of any nation are generally...
  4. From WAPF: COVID-19 Vaccines: Important Points

    The Weston A Price Foundation
    December 17, 2020

    MINOR IMPACT: Vaccine manufacturers claim that Covid-19 vaccines are 95 percent “effective,” but the FDA is allowing companies to define ...
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    Re: If Everyone Ate Beans Instead Of Beef

    So essentially, the author has suggested that humans should eat the beans and pass the methane, instead of the cows passing the methane. :rolleyes: And I guess the author hasn't heard of grass fed...
  6. Re: Exercise For Low Back Pain Beneficial But Nobody Agrees OnWhy

    Holy moly, I plum forgot to mention above, "massage therapy". Rather than run out nilly willy seeking a professional licensed massage therapist, (and I do have Medicare Ins.), I decided to try self...
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    Re: How Foods Affect Our Sleep

    Thanks for making that distinction, then vegemite it is. :)
  8. Re: Exercise For Low Back Pain Beneficial But Nobody Agrees OnWhy

    A couple weeks ago, I commented about my 3-4 week old debilitating lower back problem (lumbago) in HH https://www.hawkeshealth.net/community/showthread.php?t=20454&highlight=lower+back Reply #7.
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    Re: How Foods Affect Our Sleep

    Perhaps you could reduce the 3-4 hour requirement down to 2-3 hours, or whatever???

    I've heard so much about vegemite, aka marmite, that it makes me curious and I want to try some, but so far I...
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    Re: How Foods Affect Our Sleep

    The author neglected to mention one of the simplest sleep enhancers of all, don't go to bed with food in your gut. Wait at least 3-4 hours for your stomach to digest and empty out any food before you...
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    Re: Looking for some pandemic advice

    Same here, as living on acreage within the edge of a forest wilderness with livestock perimeter fencing and padlocked gates, I have always led a "quarantined" lifestyle.

    And that also applies to...
  12. Thread: Jar Opener

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    Re: Jar Opener

    And be sure to wear safety glasses.
  13. Re: Diet - Including More Wine And Cheese - May Help Reduce Cognitive Decline

    And it's assuredly guaranteed to be from A2/A2 heritage dairy stock, unless off course, the genetic scientist geniuses have figured out a way to screw that up as well; such as Frankengoats....
  14. Re: Diet - Including More Wine And Cheese - May Help Reduce Cognitive Decline

    Same here, certain cuts of prepackaged (domestic Superior Farms et al) lamb steaks at Wally appear reasonably priced, and I occasionally buy it to be further cut up into 2 or 3 breakfast sized meat...
  15. Re: Is The Sugar Substitute Stevia Bad For Our Health?

    Likewise, as I have completely weened myself of the necessity of using ANY kind of sweeteners. There is still an eyedropper bottle of Stevia in the fridge that hasn't been used for quite a few years...
  16. Re: Diet - Including More Wine And Cheese - May Help Reduce Cognitive Decline

    #1. I might add that after a 20 month moratorium of all dairy products, and with a good ultrasound report results of my stented right carotid artery, I have recently resumed melting a small amount of...
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    Re: Weighted Blankets: Do They Work?

    My idea of a weighted blanket, just like "Islander", is also a quilt. However my idea of a 'quilt' is an unzipped-unfolded, rectangular, low temperature, cold weather, well insulated sleeping bag,...
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    Re: Medical Myths: All About Aging

    Thanks for that reminder.
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    Re: Medical Myths: All About Aging

    About 3-4 weeks ago, I pulled my lower back out of whack, (lumbago), and I'm not sure how I did that, and it can at times be quite debilitating. A lot of my homestead activities depend, to some...
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    Draining the Food Bank of the Future

    Joseph Mercola
    December 09, 2020

    STORY AT-A-GLANCE - "The aquifer, which underlies about 112 million acres spanning eight U.S. states, is being tapped by farmers at rates that can’t be naturally...
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    Re: Are People Healthy Enough To Retire Later?

    Or one might ask, "Are people healthy(ier) because they retire(d) later?"
  22. Re: A Circus: Second Mass Salmon Outbreak In Tasmania Outrages Conservationists

    Business being what it is, (or can be), perhaps the fish farm became vulnerable to supply and demand issues with operating cost losses, and therefore let some stock "escape", and at the same time...
  23. Re: A Circus: Second Mass Salmon Outbreak In Tasmania Outrages Conservationists

    There is little doubt in my mind that these salmon fish farm escapes are being done purposely to dilute and squash the competition from wild natural sources such as Sockeyes.
  24. Re: Everything depends on the corn: As crops wither, the Hopi fear for their way of l

    At least two of many ancient NM tribes that come to my mind, that were suspectedly lost due to drought, were the Anasazi in N.W. NM, and the Mimbres Tribe in S.W. NM (where I live), as well as S.E....
  25. Everything depends on the corn: As crops wither, the Hopi fear for their way of life

    Ian James
    Nov. 30, 2020

    On a barren patch of sandy ground, Beatrice Norton stood beside her son examining the rows of corn.
    A few of the biggest cornstalks grew waist-high. Most of the plants...
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