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Hunters: clean, Omega 3-rich fat to grind into your organic Deer and Elk

I have talked to quite a few hunters over the years. In most cases, if they have a butcher process their meat, they have “him” add a certain fat content to the ground Deer or Elk. Not realizing that all of the “bad things” have an affinity for the fat, they were unknowingly adding the worst […]

Are we taking care of our children’s and grandchildren’s heritage?

We have an ethical responsibility to future generations regarding the diet and lifestyle choices we make each day. Our health legacy and that of future generations involves not only the faithful transmission of genes, it is strongly influenced by the quality of the food we eat each day and the environment that surrounds us. Our […]

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Fun Farm Facts … Why are barns red?

“Farmlands across North America are dotted with red barns. For many years red has been the cliché color for a barn. But why? What created this tradition of the red barn? Red has been adopted as the color of choice for barns for centuries not due to its aesthetic appeal but, rather, due to its […]

“Cereal Killers”

I just saw a link fr this documentary this morning. A bit of the “hype” is as follows… In the featured documentary, Cereal Killers, 41-year-old Donal O’Neill turns the American food pyramid upside-down—eliminating sugars and grains, and dramatically boosting his fat intake. In so doing, he improves his health to the point of reducing his hereditary risk factors […]

How to Get Over Sugar Cravings in 3 Steps

By Donna Gates Are sugar cravings simply a matter of willpower? As it turns out, your daily sugar fix may have more to with biochemistry than desire. Anyone whose inner ecology is out of balance will crave: Sugar Breads Dairy Fruit 1. Introduce The Right Strains Of Beneficial Bacteria Since good bacteria compete with Candida […]