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Health is a matter of choice. But in today’s society bombarded with choices,

one has to be thoroughly informed. Our blog aims to give you the information you need to make that informed decision, to plant, cook, eat and live healthy.

Antiviral Activity of Star Anise

  We’ve learned last week a little bit about the shikimate pathway, also known as the shikimic acid pathway. If you miss the episode, click the link below. When glyphosate is applied to weeds, it kills them by disrupting the shikimate pathway which is the plant’s...

Carcinogenic Glyphosate

  According to World Wild Life since 1930, the world’s chemical production have increased dramatically, 400 fold. And today we are not only facing chemicals produced by various power plants and industries, we are also bombarded with it in our very homes, from...

Nut Consumption and CHD

  Are nuts good for your heart? Let’s find out. Iowa Women’s Health Study Frequent nut intake and risk of death from coronary heart disease and all causes in postmenopausal women (Ellsworth, Kushi & Folsom, 2001) In 1986, the Iowa Women’s Health Study include...

Organic: From Farm, Business to Legislation

 Organic is a word that many today recognize as a standard of food quality and integrity, besides having a Non-GMO label. Moreover, there are two types of organic. One label of organic use some chemicals, and another label use other types of chemicals. So how do you...

Hidden Acre Flower Salad

In our walk in life, there are people that we meet that are passing strangers, others are good acquaintances, while others lead to friendships. It is when you find that connection to another human being that mirrors your soul that even from the beginning a bond of...

Kitch’n Gardens at the Goshen Farmers’ Market

Living in the Mid-Hudson Valley gives you the best of both worlds, a serene country setting, and a work-life balance. And that privilege comes with exciting adventures to those who dare and create impact. We are so happy to share to you our collaboration with the...

The Alliums

Alliums, a Latin word for garlic, are monocotyledon flowering plants, like onions, garlic, leeks, chives, shallots, scallions and leek. The allium family contains sulfuric compounds, which makes it pungent. These important culinary herbs add delicate flavor and...

Blood Purifier

Detox clinics are in a boom, because many people are in need of a good ol’ cleanse. And detoxification specialists uses chelation therapy to remove heavy metals effectively and immediately from the body. But we have a simple recipe...    1 whole beet 2...

Since Sliced Bread

Once upon a time, bread making was a time-consuming and intricate art form, involving small-batch capacity clay ovens and stone ground flour made from family grown grains. As hungry mouths gathered to partake in the satisfaction of a hard day’s work and a...

Juice for your Health

Juicing is an important detoxification, we can do for our bodies. Everyday we are bombarded with toxins coming from our environment. World Wild Life is an organization that helps preserve world’s biodiversity by reducing the amount of global footprint. They have found...

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Carcinogenic Glyphosate

  According to World Wild Life since 1930, the world’s chemical production have increased dramatically, 400 fold. And today we are not only facing chemicals produced by various power plants and industries, we are also bombarded with it in our very homes, from...

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Juice for your Health

Juicing is an important detoxification, we can do for our bodies. Everyday we are bombarded with toxins coming from our environment. World Wild Life is an organization that helps preserve world’s biodiversity by reducing the amount of global footprint. They have found...

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