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    Simon Berry is piggybacking on Coca-Cola’s distribution system to bring life-saving medicine to the places that need it most.

     
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  3. If it’s not safe to breath… is it safe to eat?
Thoughts?
Another comment: By that logic, if you fertilize crops with manure then you end up eating shit.

    If it’s not safe to breath… is it safe to eat?

    Thoughts?

    Another comment: By that logic, if you fertilize crops with manure then you end up eating shit.

     
  4. Go Bolivia!!!

     
  5. 1) White bread, refined flours

    2) Conventional frozen meals.

    3) White rice

    4) Microwaveable popcorn

    5) Cured meat products with nitrates, nitrites.

    6) Most conventional protein, energy bars

    7) Margarine.

    8) Soy milk and soy-based meat substitutes

    9) “Diet” anything

     
  6. Breaking News: Corporations Stab Organic Consumers in the Back — Familiar Brands Funding Attack and Consumers Right to GMO Labeling

    Please make your voice heard by signing the petition:

    • Tell the corporate players opposing your right to know what’s in your food that if they want your business, they can’t sell-out organic values.
    • Thank independent organic business that have put their money where their mouth is.
    • Ask large organic brands/companies that are missing in action to pony up. Talk is cheap.
     
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    Mama says boycott - we’re boycotting!!!!

    Mama says boycott - we’re boycotting!!!!

     
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  11. I AM GOING  ON A HEALTH BINGE! 

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    It’s summer time. You want to look good. You want to feel good—especially after that hangover from the time you tried to drink all day without passing out. So how are you supposed to relax with an adult beverage on the beach, porch, or patio? By choosing one of the nine healthiest drinks you can pour up.

    Michelada

    Ingredients: lager, limes, Worcestershire sauce, Valentina hot sauce, black pepper, sea salt, ice

    This is, perhaps, the tastiest hangover cure out there. It’s good any time, really. Like a spicy, salty twist on beer, the refreshing michelada also has a nice little cornucopia of healthy stuff in it.

    • Beer: while not strictly healthy in mass quantities, beer is made from cereals (barley, rice, and other grains) that can fill a daily carb quota. Plus, beer got its start as an energy food, and there are plenty of light lagers that come in at well under 100 calories. Corona Light will do (but it really works best with Tecate or Modelo Especial).
    • Lime juice has a ton of vitamin C in it, which boosts immune support and neutralizes free radicals that damage skin cells and tissues.
    • Mexican Valentina hot sauce is made from hot chili peppers. So are the alternates—Cholula, Tapatio, or even Tabasco or Buffalo, and as a last resort, Texas Pete or Red Devil. Studies have proven that chilis have can reduce appetite and increase metabolism, helping you eat less and burn what you do eat faster. Studies have also shown that capsaicin (the oil that makes peppers spicy) may help in fighting prostate cancer. Chilis are also used in many countries as a digestive aid.
    • Sea salt helps you replenish electrolytes.
    • Worcestershire sauce is a healthy cocktail already. It has vitamin B6 foods—molasses, garlic, cloves and chili pepper extract—which help build red blood cells and maintain nervous system function. It’s also full of antioxidants, vitamin C, the hard-to-get vitamin K (which protects against hemorrhaging and bone loss), and niacin, which aids in digestion.
     
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    Hand Washing SHINE lesson at Parcelamiento Preschool

     
  13. Everything around us and everything we are made of - we are all connected. To the people, animals, and the plants we eat. Charts like this put a visual on just how intricate we are as beings and how important it is to nurture and honour our bodies with good nutrition, love, laughter and friendship. One thing effects the other and so on, our choices impact everyone not just ourselves. Just like one area of our body that may be out of balance can impact the other areas. We can heal ourselves in ways far beyond what many of us choose to accept as a reality.

    Everything around us and everything we are made of - we are all connected. To the people, animals, and the plants we eat. Charts like this put a visual on just how intricate we are as beings and how important it is to nurture and honour our bodies with good nutrition, love, laughter and friendship. One thing effects the other and so on, our choices impact everyone not just ourselves. Just like one area of our body that may be out of balance can impact the other areas. We can heal ourselves in ways far beyond what many of us choose to accept as a reality.

     
  14. New statistics show that the rate of child death across sub-Saharan Africa is not just in decline—but that decline has massively accelerated, just in the last few years.

    New statistics show that the rate of child death across sub-Saharan Africa is not just in decline—but that decline has massively accelerated, just in the last few years.

     
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