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Health
by footloose
9 years ago
Natural Apple Cider Vinegar Remedies

I have re-started the standard, highly touted apple cider vinegar drink that reportedly cures countless woes. Many years ago I tried the stronger drink which is:
8 oz. natural apple cider vinegar 1 clove garlic minced 1-2 tsp. honey 1 tsp cayenne pepper. That was hard to get down for me, and...

Health
by footloose
8 years ago
Natural Hot Springs

Mineral hot springs are naturally found all over the world. I live near two that bring a great curative quality to millions of visitors from everywhere. Colorado natural hot springs locations can be found by typing in those search terms, and no doubt you...

Lifestyle
by footloose
7 years ago
Don't Spill the Beans, Cook Them

Spilling the beans is one of those idiomatic phrases that probably started with the ancient Greeks. Unanimous votes were voted with white and black beans. The white were for, or positive, and the black were against, or negative. If the bean collector happened to "spill the beans" and a black bean was seen, then the vote was stopped. Of course that is just a story that has come to mean, to divulge a secret, either inadvertently or maliciously.

Health
by footloose
7 years ago
Magnesium Facts and Benefits

This mineral plays a huge part in our health benefits, and has been found to really be helpful in heart disease treatment. The magnesium facts and benefits are numerous, and rarely is magnesium toxic.

Health
by footloose
7 years ago
Home Remedies For a Cold

There is a return to remedies available in the home instead of having to seek outside remedies. Common cold and flu remedies are easily found in most homes.

Lifestyle
by footloose
6 years ago
Enjoy a Cooking With Tea Diet

There are 3 ingredients in tea that add to a dieter's tea. They help stabilize blood sugar, decrease appetite and increase metabolism. Those tea benefits for tea drinkers are actually tea for weight loss. Cooking with tea is becoming more common in the Western world, as is cooking with tisanes (pronounced tee-sahn).

History
by footloose
8 years ago
Snowmass Excavation Reveals Prehistoric Critters

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH

Imagine the surprise of a construction crew that uncovered a mastodon tooth at a reservoir just outside of Snowmass, Colorado. Not exactly cowboys and Indians revealed by turquoise trinkets and bullets, more like mammoths and mastodons revealed in tusks, femurs, sockets, teeth,...

Environment
by footloose
7 years ago
Energy Saving Ideas for Winter

Winter can be so much more expensive to stay warm in than other seasons that many of us dread the oncoming cold. Energy saving ideas for electricity conservation, furnace power save, gas control, appliance tips, and more are worth checking out and implementing for money saving ideas, too. See if your local energy providers offer free of charge suggestions and/or provide such services. Most of them offer a guidebook filled with inexpensive ideas to apply according to your lifestyle.

Technology
by footloose
7 years ago
Crocodile Science and Myth

The largest, oldest reptile is the saltwater crocodile and it survives quite happily today. A crocodile heart is unique, and it allows the crocs to have some great predator skills. Ancient cultures even mummified dead crocodiles. They are still in a love-hate relationship with humans today.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Hope Remains in Pandora's Box

Hope is said to have been glad to get out of Pandora's box, and fly away. Why then, are we still searching for the elusive gift that was the last remain in the box? Another myth ending has...

History
by footloose
8 years ago
Cave Paintings: Visual Talk

Who were the artists that gave meaning to the beautiful cave drawings found around the world? What are some of the possible reasons the art was created? These questions are explored here.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Deities From Ancient Cultures:Top Ten

The exploration of the world religions gives pause to the contemplation of  the ancient deities from ancient cultures. Since these are not included in the contemporary world religions, it is very interesting to know that there are more than 2,500 recorded deities. One...

Technology
by footloose
7 years ago
The Snowmastodon Dig

From mammoths to mastodons and many interesting critters in between, the Snowmass ice age dig is proving to be a one in a million find! The Denver Museum of Nature & Science has done a spectacular job of informing locals and other interested worldwide parties.

Entertainment
by footloose
8 years ago
Amazing Grace Origin: John Newton

One of the most beautiful and popular hymns, Amazing Grace was authored by a man (John Newton)who experienced an event that changed his life. His life writings and published works are as intriguing as his hymn. To this day the hymn is as popular as ever.

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Top Seven Christian Religious Symbols

Christianity encompasses many Christian denominations, all with a common religious belief (that Jesus was both God and man, born to redeem mankind). Christian religious symbols are numerous, too. Just the symbols of scripture like; heaven, hell, and last judgment are plentiful in Christian literature. The...

Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
Ancient Astronomers Imagined the Constellations

There are 88 constellations listed in the old science of astronomy. The ancient astronomers that named them were probably referring to them as symbolic instead of literal representations. It is difficult to look in the sky and actually see a true lion figure or...

Health
by footloose
8 years ago
How to Get Knee Joint Pain Relief

There are all sorts of reasons why we get knee joint pain. Genetic dispositions, osteoarthritis, various injuries, and sports accidents are among the most common. I was told many years ago that I had degenerate joint disease, that my knee...

Travel & Places
by footloose
8 years ago
Unexplained Mysterious Places on Earth

This great earth holds so many mysterious places that geomyths have been created and become part of our story. Our curiosity and wonder continues to try to explain the unexplainable.

Health
by footloose
9 years ago
Health Benefits Of Radish are Many

The root crop belongs to the mustard family (Cruciferae). It comes in several varieties, sizes, and colors. A fast harvest cycle, and growable in all 4 seasons, makes the radish more worthy than just its garnish appeal. A sharp, earthy taste explodes from the fresh, raw radish...

Environment
by footloose
7 years ago
The Green Cleaners

One cannot avoid the green clean number one market trend, and the trend is growing in the use of robots, too. The article begins with green descriptions to green cleaning tips and the current green robot scene.

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