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Since the beginning of time Raw Foods has been around providing nutritional substances for our bodies to feed on.
Then comes greed from man to make money a man made creation to allow profit from Mother Nature. Nothing wrong with making money from Mother Nature, as she is there to help us stay alive but when is to far to far?
Companies today have gone to far and the people need to speak out and fight back for proper foods in stores today! Go into your local super market and see the sad results of greed. 80% of the store is boxed and not alive foods. Just 20% of the store is full of somewhat nutritional Mother Nature foods.
That brings me to that 20% of food, which has only 5%…Continue
Posted by Jane Fang on August 30, 2011 at 3:25pm
Fortunately, there are a huge number of foods that promote long-term happiness. That's what this blog is about: Sharing with you the good news on foods that can support healthy moods and promote a positive outlook on life for the rest of your life!
Omega3 oils provide one of the most powerful and sustainable boosts to healthy moods of any commonly-available food supplement.
You can get Omega 3's oils from fish, quality marine oil supplements like Moxxor, chia seeds, flax seeds and other quality nutritional supplements.
Beware of grocery…
Posted by Mark Jones on August 18, 2011 at 11:13pm
When Venice natural food market, Rawesome Foods, was raided last week for selling “raw” or unpasteurized milk,
it was not the first time. In fact, it hardly was of government cracking down on the sale of raw milk.
Police arrested James Stewart, the owner of Rawesome Foods, and two raw milk suppliers, Sharon Ann Palmer and Eugenie Bloch of Healthy Family Farms. A year long investigation lead to the arrests.
While the raid itself appears to have been pretty by-the-book, rather than a SWAT-style raid as reported by natural news…Continue
Posted by Mark Jones on August 10, 2011 at 10:30pm
While many people may desire a healthier lifestyle, few are able to make drastic lifestyle changes overnight.
While a medical emergency may necessitate sudden changes, most find it easier to focus on a few small changes at a time. Once those changes become a habit, then they can focus on forming additional healthy habits. Since everyone wants to become healthy without much effort, National Health 101 Examiner will be sharing a few quick and easy health tips each week that provide the biggest bang for the buck in terms of health. The tips shared during the month of August will relate to eating breakfast.
Most people would agree that it is best to start the day with a nutritious breakfast. For many Americans, a healthy breakfast is comprised of high-fiber whole grains, proteins that…Continue