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All the Red Richness of Rhubarb

Rhubarb is another good source of vitamin K, an essential property that helps with blood clotting, protecting the bones by better absorbing vitamin D while helping to fight off off liver and prostate cancer. Adequate vitamin-K levels in the diet help limit neuronal damage in the brain.

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Paying for our own slow assisted suicide. Nuclear power plants litter the globe and we haven’t a clue as to what to do with the waste let alone how to clean up after a disaster like Fukushima – something that could easily cause our own extinction.

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Vitamin Supplements, What Do We Need & How Should We Store Them?

It is the absence of water-soluble vitamins in urine that indicates vitamin deficiency. If your body excretes vitamins in your urine, that is a sign that you are well-nourished and have nutrients to spare.

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5 Bits of Food Advice Not To Take | Amoils.com

Over the past few decades, we have been inundated with “advice” on what to eat and what not to eat (mostly by the mainstream media) and there is a strong probability that this is why, today, the general public is more obese and less healthy. Unfortunately, this advice is actually downright harmful. Are you aware of what this advice might be?  Here are five of them… Eating only the whites …

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It is not only us that need a more natural way of life. The animals we care for deserve this too. This is why we are questioning traditional horse hoof care versus natural or barefoot hoof care.

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All the Red Richness of Rhubarb

Added April 18, 2014, Under: Diets, How To, Nutrition

tweet blog image - rhubarb pie Rhubarb is another good source of vitamin K, an essential property that helps with blood clotting, protecting the bones by better absorbing vitamin D while helping to fight off off liver and prostate cancer. Adequate vitamin-K levels in the diet help limit neuronal damage in the brain.

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Added April 17, 2014, Under: Environment

tweet Soaring Eagle Paying for our own slow assisted suicide. Nuclear power plants litter the globe and we haven’t a clue as to what to do with the waste let alone how to clean up after a disaster like Fukushima – something that could easily cause our own extinction.

Vitamin Supplements, What Do We Need & How Should We Store Them?

Added April 15, 2014, Under: Health, Vitamin D

tweet blog image - vitamins large It is the absence of water-soluble vitamins in urine that indicates vitamin deficiency. If your body excretes vitamins in your urine, that is a sign that you are well-nourished and have nutrients to spare.

5 Bits of Food Advice Not To Take | Amoils.com

Added April 11, 2014, Under: Diets, Environment, Health, Nutrition

tweet blog - FARM BUTTER Over the past few decades, we have been inundated with “advice” on what to eat and what not to eat (mostly by the mainstream media) and there is a strong probability that this is why, today, the general public is more obese and less healthy. Unfortunately, this advice is actually downright harmful. Are you aware of what this advice might be?  Here are five of them… Eating only the whites …

Is it Time for Horses to Start Going “Au Naturel”? | Amoils.com

Added April 8, 2014, Under: Environment, Exercise

tweet American_quarter_horse It is not only us that need a more natural way of life. The animals we care for deserve this too. This is why we are questioning traditional horse hoof care versus natural or barefoot hoof care.

It is Asbestos Awareness Week – April 1 to 7 2014 | Amoils.com

Added April 4, 2014, Under: Diseases, Environment, Health, Technology

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Added April 2, 2014, Under: Environment, Health, How To

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Added March 29, 2014, Under: Health, Inflammation, Skin Conditions, Vitamin D

tweet blog image - natural salt There are so many ways in which you can benefit from natural salt, including swimming in it and drinking it. Salt water is a great healer!

Is It Time to Hand Out Statins to the Middle Aged & Older Like Candy? | Amoils.com

Added March 28, 2014, Under: Diseases, Doctors, Drugs, Health

tweet blog image - pills Consuming a high-fat diet provides your body with the raw materials for making HDL while eliminating any so called necessity for taking prescription statins.

Sunning & Palming For Your Eye Health | Amoils.com

Added March 26, 2014, Under: Environment, How To

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