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Lifestyle
by maria52gr
5 years ago
50 Interesting Facts About Ice Cream

Everyone loves ice cream. In times of depression, recession and sorrow it is the ultimate comfort food. Although the exact origins of the delightful frozen treat are unknown, for centuries people have enjoyed iced desserts in many parts of the world. In this article you can find interesting facts about ice cream history, inventions, statistics and much more.

Technology
by JudyE
8 years ago
The Main Breeds of Dairy Sheep

Historically sheep have been milked for thousands of years. Milking cows did not appear until much later. Ewes' milk is higher in vitamins A, B and E than cows' milk. Levels of potassium, calcium, phosphorous and magnesium are also higher. A higher proportion of short-chain fatty acids makes the milk easier to digest. Cholesterol levels are lower too.

Health
by maria52gr
5 years ago
10 Foods That Fight Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer among women and although the causes of this disease are not clear, lifestyle choices seem to be an impotant factor.There is extensive and cosistent evidence that a diet high in fruits and vegetables is associated with decreased risks of many cancers and while results for breast cancer risk are not yet conclusive, they are promising.The 10 foods mentioned here have a high nutritional value. They are full of vitamins, minerals and potent antioxidants. Their numerous protective properties make them a great addition to a healthy, well-rounded diet.

Technology
by JudyE
8 years ago
An Overview of Dairy Sheep

Historically sheep have been milked for thousands of years. Milking cows did not appear until much later. Ewes' milk is higher in vitamins A, B and E than cows' milk. Levels of potassium, calcium, phosphorous and magnesium are also higher. A higher proportion of short-chain fatty acids makes the milk easier to digest. Cholesterol levels are lower too.

Business & Money
by ObservingVessel
7 years ago
Love of money: A society in decline

An article briefly exploring the history of money and banking, and society's obsession with material wealth. Are our values misplaced?

Travel & Places
by Yindee
4 years ago
Uzbekistan on the Silk Road is steeped in history and horror

The Silk Road has always appealed to the the romantic traveler. Explore the history, the mystique and the people of Central Asia. See how they live today and enjoy the friendship.

Health
by Yindee
6 years ago
Set Up Sleeping Habits That Suit You, Not the Textbook

Advice on sleep hygiene can frustrate a chronic insomniac who cannot conform to general "medically aproved" sleep protocols. We are all different, but need enough sleep to suit our own unique constitution. Take a lesson from cats. They sleep a lot and it does not seem to worry them!

Home & Garden
by maestroconcientia
6 years ago
Growing a Herb Garden

Growing a herb garden is so easy and worthwhile. Here's 10 culinary herbs you can try, with tips on growing, caring for, harvesting and enjoying these herbs.

Pets & Animals
by LittleTwoTwo
5 years ago
Red Eared Slider Turtle Nutrition

Part of a four part series covering the care of red eared sliders as pets. This article focuses on nutritional needs of your turtle to maximize health. 

Lifestyle
by Yindee
5 years ago
How to Slim Down During the Festive Season

Enjoy a big family feast and still lose weight. Use these tasty tips to enjoy yourself without stinting on the good stuff. Replace fattening food with fat burning food. Stay slim, get slimmer!

Travel & Places
by antonfjodorov
4 years ago
A Hiker's Guide to Survival in Kathmandu - Handy Lessons from 4 Months

In order to make you feel at home in Kathmandu, this guide is endorsed by locals. It has useful hands-on tips at the end of every chapter, covers raw reality to get you "in the know" and you'll find the kindest recommendations on what to avoid or how to deal with common issues. No matter whether you stay for 2 or 122 days, this guide is for you.

Health
by Yindee
6 years ago
Olive, Ivy and Artemisia Leaves are Potent Green Medicines

People eat olives and drink the oil for health benefits. But we can also benefit from the leaves. Research done on Artemisia and olive leaves as well as some of their extracts prove they are hard hitters against diseases like malaria, candidiasis, hypertension, colds and flu, diabetes and poor circulation. Leaves grow on trees, so let's take a closer look!

Health
by Yindee
6 years ago
Brain fog, Parkinson's, ADD, dementia and why the brain fails to deliver messages

The brain delivers signals via a complex system of both electrical and chemical transmissions. When a message does not reach the target receptor it results in mental fog and physical chaos. Find out why this affects psychiatric disorders and diseases that relate to brain damage.

Health
by Yindee
7 years ago
Citrus pulp facts - cures cancer, cuts cholesterol. Here are the recipes!

There is a lot of truth to the theory that fruit can fight cancer. This is a resource centre that provides all the information, recipes and references you need to get practical about citrus fruit. Not only for cancer but just about all the chronic health problems we have today can benefit from a prescription of citrus pectin, limonene and other natural drugs. 

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