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phosphorus

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phosphorus

“When you don’t have a good diet, your body’s ability to repair and maintain healthy teeth and gums is severely limited. And the result is tooth destruction, or demineralization...Weston Price: ‘They have neither physician nor dentist because they have so little need for them; they have neither policeman nor jail, because they have no need for them.’ He wrote of people who did not use toothbrushes, yet were immune to tooth decay. All groups having a liberal supply of minerals particularly phosphorus, and a liberal supply of fat-soluble activators, had 100 percent immunity to dental caries.” -Ramiel Nagel

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So Many Happiness Happenings!!! Another Happy Week No 105

Another Happy Week

So Many Happiness Happenings!!! Another Happy Week No 105

So many happiness happenings! So grateful to have Dogs Naturally Magazine as a resource for returning naturalness to dogs! Learning more ways to prevent ticks naturally! Rose geranium and almond oil mixture for the hemp harness; powder for the coat, house, and yard; soap for bathing!  So grateful for non-GMO, organic, heirloom seeds and plants! So grateful for an artisan in the U.S. making this traditionally-made garden tool that miraculously makes gardening effortless and easy! The right tool really does make the difference! Hello! Happiness So grateful for a water filter for the garden hose! So grateful for a drinking...

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Happiness Class: Philippines 1960s and 1970s

Happiness Class

Happiness Class: Philippines 1960s and 1970s

"The people in our farming community while I was growing up primarily ate food that they had grown or raised themselves. Our diet consisted mainly of rice, coconuts, vegetables/root crops, herbs (especially garlic and ginger), and some meat that was raised locally. Trips to the market were made once a week to buy primarily fresh fish caught in the ports nearby. My parents' generation would have ground their own rice by hand, leaving intact most of the bran and nutrients. After World War II, during my time, however, rice mills started popping up making it easier to mill rice. The...

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lush grasses & pretty cows

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lush grasses & pretty cows

“Food is like a language, an unbroken information stream that connects every cell in your body to an aspect of the natural world...If you eat a properly cooked steak from an open-range, grass-fed cow, then you are receiving information not only about the health of that cow’s body, but about the health of the grasses from which it ate, and the soil from which those grasses grew. If you want to know whether or not a steak, or a fish, or a carrot is good for you, ask yourself what portions of the natural world it represents, and whether or...

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Microgreens

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Microgreens

MIRACULOUS MICROGREENS “mineral malnutrition is considered to be one of the most important global challenges to mankind that can be prevented and is one of the Millennium Development Goals...With respect to nutrition, the flaws in food systems create a dichotomous problem of excess and insufficiency. This is exemplified by one-third of the world’s people being overweight and/or undernourished...This problem impacts countries of every economic status...The reliance of urban populations on long food chains limits accessibility to produce that has short shelf lives and, therefore, poor transportability, and increases dependence on heavily processed and packaged foods; this creates ‘food deserts’ in...

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