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The Real Benefits of Eating Organic Food By Blessing Okpala
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You may have come across some food products on the shelves of your local grocery shop with organic food label on them. This might have left you pondering on what the difference could be between those... More > labelled organic food and every other food product. If you fall into this category, then you will find reasons in this book why such food products should not be overlooked. If you are already acquainted with organic food products, then you will find here my own views on the topic.< Less
Real Food on a Real Budget By Stephanie Langford
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Many families today don't need to be told to eat better. They already understand the "why's" behind a whole foods diet, but where they really struggle is figuring how to afford it all. In... More > tough economic times, and even on single-income budgets, is there a way to stick to wholesome, nourishing foods in an affordable manner? Yes, there is a way, and Real Food on a Real Budget will help you do just that. I have felt the pinch on my own grocery budget but was unwilling to throw up my arms and concede defeat. I have spent years learning various methods to save money and get the best deals, without compromising on the high-quality foods that I feed my family. The result? I have learned the keys to keeping my budget 30% lower than the average family, while still serving up foods that are nourishing, traditional, organic, ecologically-grown... in other words, real, whole foods. Best of all, I want to show you how I do it and how you can do the same.< Less
The Real Problems of Food Production in Africa By Sadiq Chuks Orji
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If you would like to Discover the Real Problems that are Facing Food Production in Africa, Surely, this E-book is for you. If you would like to Discover the Real Meaning And, Benefits of Organic... More > Farming, then this E-book is, for you a Must Read! And, if on the other hand, your Quest and Journey here, is to Discover the Real Solutions to the Problems of Food Production in Africa, Re-Assuredly, this E-book is yours. But, Look! Even if you Hear that the End of this World, is to be in the next Minute, and you are Having a Seed in your Hand, MAKE SURE you Plant it!< Less
Real Food Diet: Easy Healthy Eating By Cathy Wilson
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Real Food Diet: Easy Healthy Eatingby Author Cathy Wilson uncovers the truth about smart eating! Food. There's a lot of it around, and we sure love to eat it. So why are so many of us making bad... More > food choices? Because in the so-called civilized Western diet, nutrients take the place of natural real food organics, and all confused--most of what we’re eating today doesn’t come from Mother Nature, but a product of food science. Real Food Real Easy Works! Seems like the more nutrition savvy we get, the poorer our food choices, and the fatter we get! The Real Food Real Simple Diet is all about getting back to the basics. Eating… *Unprocessed *All-Natural *Wholesome< Less
Hempseed Food, the Real Secret Ingredient for Health & Happiness By Mariann Garner-Wizard
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Hempseed Food, the Real Secret Ingredient for Health & Happiness, includes up-to-date info on hempseed's nutritional benefits, a history of Nature's perfect food, and an analysis of the misguided... More > "drug war" that has for too long kept hempseed foods marginal and little-known. Recipes start with basic preparation of whole raw hempseeds and proceed through simple recipes for hungry people to more ambitious dishes for the creative chef. All are selected to show what the hempseed can do and how best to use it, so cooks can include it in their own family favorites as well as the recipes here. Mariann Garner-Wizard has been a cannabis activist and a advocate of good nutrition since the 1970s. She writes regularly for the publications of the American Botanical Council, the primary US organization promoting scientific study of traditional and alternative medicine. She operates CannabisResource, an independent internet site offering hemp- and marijuana-related news, history, and activist resources.< Less
Organic Panic By D. Wayne, PhD.
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Organic Panic - the Last Frontier to Health. You will know: * The real cause of Food Allergies * How to avoid dangerous GM food * The suppressed benefits of Organic * List of recalled drugs still... More > taken * How to live 20 years longer, healthier * How to eat 3,000 calories a day and still become thinner! and much more...< Less
Organic Panic By D. Wayne, PhD.
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Organic Panic - the Last Frontier to Health. You will know: * The real cause of Food Allergies * How to avoid dangerous GM food * The suppressed benefits of Organic * List of recalled drugs still... More > taken * How to live 20 years longer, healthier * How to eat 3,000 calories a day and still become thinner! and much more...< Less
Larry the Lazy Lion By Dennis Organ
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Larry doesn’t care much for hard work. While other young lions go to hunting school, he takes naps. He doesn’t understand why his lion friends study so hard. It all seems dull when he can... More > rest and play the day away. Eventually, all his pals graduate from school and become real adult lions. Together, they go on the hunt for food to bring home to their beloved pride. Still, Larry lounges around. While the mothers worry about their newly grown up cubs, Larry sleeps—until his friends return with food! Now, Larry helps himself, and his pride agrees: why not share? It just seems like the friendly thing to do. Larry learns to depend on hard-working lions while he lazes about, his way of life spreads to others. As the number of lazy lions increases—and hard workers continue to provide—the pride begins to realize they have a problem. They’re going to run out of food if more lions don’t go to work! Larry has started something awful, and if he and other lazy lions don’t change their ways, the pride won’t survive.< Less
Growing Food: A Guide for Beginners By Jean Ann Van Krevelen
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Can You Survive Without A Grocery Store? Growing Food: A Guide for Beginners answers with a resounding “YES”! Van Krevelen offers up a host of information that will teach readers how to... More > plant, harvest, prepare and store her list of top ten vegetables with step by step instructions. But the learning doesn’t end there. This book is full of opportunities for readers to connect with all kinds of resources across the web The author creates a 3-D Gardening Experience by connecting readers to Growing Food groups on Facebook, MySpace and Gather. Once there, readers can ask a real person gardening questions. She also offers a list of favorite gardening blogs. The book is further brought to life with links to other resources including podcasts, social networks, microblogs and videos. Book contributors include the gardening world’s best of the best, Margaret Roach, Amanda Thompson, Mary Ann Newcomer, Susan Harris and Debra K. Prinzing.< Less
In Search of Food Training & Assessment Workbook By Rev., Dr., Samantha Rayn Bachman
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The purpose of this training workbook is to help women use the information they learned while reading the book, In Search of Food and apply that information to real life events. Each of the pages of... More > this workbook can be copied and given out to women so they can answer each of the questions and apply the information learned in, In Search of Food. In modern times diet has become an industry. The good news is more and more people are interested in learning how to eat well to prevent disease. Many researchers, doctors and other healthcare providers now realize that diet is a source of healthy and a way to combat or fight disease. The World Health Organization recently released a report revealing that among the top health concerns throughout the globe, even in poverty stricken areas, is obesity. People are eating too much of the wrong kinds of foods. Malnutrition is also a serious problem, and often happens when women deny themselves food or don’t eat the right kids of food to support their bodies.< Less

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