The skin's functions are many, as we have discussed in other, previous articles, and it's health is not just dependant upon good quality natural skin care products, although they do help considerably....
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) dropped a bomb in early 2007 that may have a profound impact for years to come on how we satisfy our need for food and cheap fuel.In a report measuri...
What DO cats need to eat? Generally available foods are fine most of the time, but is it really what your cat needs? Even so-called "bargain" foods seem to be OK for most cats, but some cats are more ...
Do you remember making craft glue out of white flour and water at school? Remember how it set like cement when you used it? And how bad it smelled after sitting on the desk for a few hours? Well, ever...
Tip #1 - Part Two - "Why do you do that? Why bother?"Part One of this tip may have helped you realize a few health reasons why it is good to mill your own grains, but that may still not be enough ...
Grains - Friend or Foe?The topic of grain consumption is a hot one. There is a school that says we should eliminate them completely and another that says they should make up the backbone of our ...
The advent of agriculture about 10,000 years ago and the subsequent scale-up to mass feeding made possible by the Industrial Revolution solved problems of quantity but not quality. Average life ...
The advent of agriculture about 10,000 years ago and the subsequent scale-up to mass feeding made possible by the Industrial Revolution solved problems of quantity but not quality. Average life span h...
Consider our lifestyles today. For those of us that work outside the home, it means waking with the sun, maybe earlier. Get the kids up, give them a bowl of sugared cereal, drop a Lunchables, so...
"So easy a caveman can do it!", says the Geico commercial. Well, I have news for Geico. An article about the Paleolithic diet (see 'Consumption of Trace Elements and Minerals by Preagricultural Human...