Fight Cancer with Bright Colors

It’s all in the color! The brighter the produce color is the better antioxidant it is. Blueberries (and other bright-colored berries), red cabbage, and eggplant are a few good antioxidant foods. In a study, Monica Giusti found that these produce not only stopped...

Thanksgiving: Facts, Tips, & Tricks

The Very First Thanksgiving Menu To celebrate the first successful corn harvest in 1621, a group of Pilgrims and Native Americans held a three-day festival that’s now known as the first Thanksgiving. While history regarding the menu is a bit murky, the bountiful feast...

Sugar Shortage = Movie Popcorn!

Dandelion root can be roasted and ground as a coffee substitute. Dill seeds are so small that approximately 10,000 dill seeds would be required to make an ounce. Doctor’s believe 1 in 7 people can’t digest milk. Due to sugar shortages to make candy during...
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