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September 05, 2015

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Bountiful Summer Stone Fruits
Sep03

Bountiful Summer Stone Fruits

Nothing completes a hot summer day like the maddeningly, luscious juice of a ripe peach dripping down your chin. Single seed peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots, cherries, mangos and elderberries are members of the Stone fruit family, also known as drupe. Peaches have potassium, which can help your muscles work properly and lower blood pressure.  Vibrant orange color of Beta-carotene, Vitamin A, helps maintain eyesight, skin...

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Food addiction and mood
Aug27

Food addiction and mood

You know the rare feeling? Spending your day clear headed, confident, full of energy and feel-good; like you could conquer the world or at least clean out the garage. You could feel that groovy energy frequently if you eat more from the Celestial Apothecary and less life-sucking processed sugar and fat oozing from machine cuisine. Do you eat sugary, fatty foods by swan diving into the comfort foods when you get the blues or just...

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Provide gestating baby quality building blocks
Aug20

Provide gestating baby quality building blocks

Mommy- Unborn baby’s cells develop rapidly. Every cell is made of protein, plus, pregnant women have protein needs too. The goal during pregnancy: make sure you provide your baby needs without sacrificing your own health. Omega-3 rich salmon is high-quality protein and an exceptional source of Omega-3 good for baby’s development. Salmon has low amounts of methylmercury, but the FDA says only 12 ounces a week. EPA.gov says: “For...

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Who knows why evil lurks in the heart of men?

The Shadow knows about the dark spot on man’s heart. No one’s perfect. Humans are basically good, capable of breath-taking art and music; gentle kindness, compassion, and generosity, but each owns a deep dark evil. An evil that offends me; I’m from a planet where there is balance, but atypical to fear those sworn to protect your life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness. Who can make sense of the lack of brotherhood? Watching our...

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The Summer Tomato
Aug06

The Summer Tomato

You needn’t remind me: tomatoes are a popular summer harvest. This season, I finally nailed the soil mix and by golly, my tomatoes plants are producing faster than we can eat them.  So I gifted a bag to a neighbor’s this weekend, but before I returned home, someone had left a gift-bag of their tomato abundance on our fence. Hard as tennis balls, flavorless grocery tomatoes are nasty, genetically modified attempts to haughtily graft...

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