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22 01, 2021

Healthy Heart Helpers – Magnificent Medicinal Trees

By |2021-01-29T10:25:14-06:00January 22nd, 2021|Wellness|0 Comments

Moringa Leaves How many times a day are you hearing or seeing helpful information about the amazing benefits of medicinal trees? Hopefully, you are being educated, informed, and motivated at least several times a day to check out the different benefits and types of medicinal flowers, fruits, herbs, plants, and trees to consume [...]

29 05, 2014

Is Blue Light Bad and Beneficial?

By |2014-05-28T16:27:47-05:00May 29th, 2014|Health Hazards|0 Comments

The previous Great NEWS post focused on Alkaline Healthy Beverages or Acidic Unhealthy Beverages and today we consider Is Blue Light Bad and Beneficial. How well do we understand the consequences of excess or insufficient blue light? When people wear sun glasses during the day and watch blue light screens at night it is obvious they are [...]

25 10, 2012

Saturated Fats a Super Food?

By |2013-02-10T21:32:26-06:00October 25th, 2012|Nutrition|0 Comments

The previous Great NEWS post was dedicated to Anti-Aging Foods and this week we answer the question is Saturated Fat a Super Food?  Many people are confused and frustrated over the never ending debate regarding the various stories surrounding saturated fats.  Learning the answer to the question is Saturated Fat a Super Food will help you [...]

21 06, 2012

England – The Great and Gross – Part 3

By |2013-02-10T21:38:23-06:00June 21st, 2012|Healthy Lifestyle|1 Comment

Last week the Great NEWS blog post shared England - The Great and Gross - Part 2 and there were so many gross issues it required a Part 3. As you read Part 2 and now Part 3 notice the examples and warnings from England to see which ones apply to you and your country. [...]

15 06, 2012

England – The Great and Gross – Part 2

By |2013-02-10T21:38:50-06:00June 15th, 2012|Healthy Lifestyle|0 Comments

Last week the Great NEWS blog post shared England - The Great and Gross Part 1 and now it is time for Part 2. As you read Part 2 of the article notice the examples and warnings from England to see which ones apply to you and your country. A key benefit from studying health and history together [...]

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