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A Surprising Lesson from Stinging Nettles

Recently my husband came in asking, “Do you want some nettles?” After all, we do eat them once in a while, especially in chicken soup, because they are so healthy. So he showed me the enormous patch he was about to pull up, I showed him the difference between wild raspberry and nettles, and a […]

Preview: Women’s Health: Look Good, Feel Good, Do Good

Women’s health is complicated, largely because of incessantly fluctuating hormones. Although these hormones, as well as many other factors, define a woman’s health, much women’s health advice centers mainly on reproductive issues. On the other hand, Women’s Health from Traditional Cooking School discusses many more aspects, providing Healthy recipes, tips and info so you can […]

Review: Captivated: Finding Freedom in a Media Captive Culture

If you had to defeat an enemy nation, one of the most effective ways would be to make friends with enough of their citizens that they would welcome you with open arms. Of course, few nations in history have ever allowed this to happen; it seems too unreal to even consider. But guess what? It […]

Concussion Supplements for your Child or Teen

When your child or teen has a concussion, is there anything you can do to help the healing process along? It turns out there is. We have had quite a few concussions in our family and, despite ER trips and doctors’ visits, we usually got no help besides the simple suggestion to rest and be […]

Review: The Ripple Effect by Greg Wells

In The Ripple Effect, Greg Wells suggests that when we sleep better, we eat better. When we eat and sleep better, we move better. When we move better, we sleep better and we think better. When we think better, we sleep, eat, and move better. And often it takes only a 1% improvement in any […]

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