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http://survival.outdoorlife.com, by Tim MacWelch

The roar of the Brood 2 cicadas is starting to die down in our woods here in Virginia. But it’s not too late to grab a few late bloomers and whip up a nutty tasting snack. Yuck, you say?

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The brain, which also controls our mood and the “feel good” brain chemicals, can be boosted with a well-balanced diet, too. The food choices you make every day can affect your brain and your mood. There is a lot of evidence to suggest that the typica

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The Guardian

The English peasantry may have officially died out in the Middle Ages, but a new breed of small-scale farmers who live off a few acres and celebrate life on the land have been accepted to join the world's biggest peasant organization.

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chippewa.com

There are many alternatives to the “traditional” gardens we think of planting in the spring. This article will explore several gardening methods that perhaps you might not be aware of.

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Consumer watchdog group Center for Science in the Public Interest has downgraded sucralose (known as Splenda) from a “safe” rating to “caution” in its Chemical Cuisine guide after a lab found the sweetener caused leukemia in mice.

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The beneficial lactic bacteria that are present in Kefir make it easy to digest. Kefir contains yeast cells, which carbonate the liquid and produce a high concentration of B vitamins. Kefir is considered probiotic and beneficial to digestion and gene

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Never-Before-Seen-Evidence points to genetically engineered foods as a major contributor to rising disease rates in the US population, especially among children. Gastrointestinal disorders, allergies, inflammatory diseases, and infertility are just s

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