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Blood orange inhibits breast cancer cell growth

Whole foods resemble the body parts they were created and designed to assist.

A blood orange resembles a breast because they biologically protect them from diseases like breast cancer. 69 more words

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Garlic inhibits breast cancer cell growth

Whole foods resemble the body parts they were created and designed to assist.

In this case the garlic resembles a breast because they protect them biologically. 42 more words

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Coconut oil prevents disease

A whole food’s shape determines where it will provide biological protection in the human body.

Whole food shapes determine where their enzymes and
nutritional properties will be the most beneficial in the body…

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Going Back to College

In July of 2016, I got redundancy from a software job I was working at the time. This was the first time, in my 17 years working that I have actually been made redundant from a job. 367 more words

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We are what we eat: value of organic

What are the benefits?

Organic, to me, means working with nature not against it.

Organic promotes higher levels of animal welfare, lower levels of pesticides, no manufactured herbicides or artificial fertilisers and a more environmentally sustainable management of the land and natural environment – which leads to the conservation and ecological development of wildlife. 434 more words

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Book Review: The Big Fat Surprise

The Big Fat Surprise is a thoroughly researched look at the misconceptions about fat and cholesterol in the American diet over the past 60+ years. The big idea of this book is that fat has historically been unfairly demonized, owing to a few steamrolling researchers who wanted their opinions to become truth. 397 more words

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