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Eat to live, not live to eat

Dr Sebi said something to the effect that either you’re eating it or its eating you. Consider that 8 (infinite) = ate. Anagram of ate = tea = chai = CHAYAH = life. 112 more words


Workaway: The Lisinia Project

The end of my summer holidays was marked by a visit to Lisinia, an organic farm and wildlife rehabilitation centre in Burdur, south east Turkey. I had been looking for ways to extend my ‘holidays’ and needed a reality check after… 846 more words


Foods That Reverse Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and can be prevented and even reversed according to a 2007 article in the journal “Medscape General Medicine.” The researcher in this study explained a plant based diet was the key to reversing heart disease as evidenced in the 2001 journal of “Preventive Cardiology.” A plant based diet consists of plant foods, corn, grains, nuts, seeds, beans and very little meat. 257 more words

food for acidity and gas poblem

Common gastric conditions include gas pain and bloating, indigestion and ulcers, which affect 25 million Americans annually, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 256 more words

Finding Organic Produce Abroad

Whether herbivore or omnivore, most would agree that consuming fresh produce is essential to good health.  In Western countries, we find small sticker labels on produce to distinguish conventional from organic, but how do you know the difference in the rest of the world?  812 more words

Life Lessons

How to: Pomegranates

I’ve realized that a lot of people (Okay, maybe not a LOT because I cant think of anyone I know except a few people who would actually willingly go out, buy, peel and eat pomegranates) don’t really know what to DO with a pomegranate. 598 more words


The Colourful Filipino Market in Kota Kinabalu

(This post is linked to Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Colourful)

Just to share the various colours seen in food produce, seafood and fruits of the Filipino Market in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. 74 more words