The fake food race is worth $3 trillion

For years, I have advocated for an organic diet to optimize your health, avoid common health problems and help regenerate the environment. Choosing organic foods reduces your exposure to pesticides, herbicides, genetically engineered (GE) foods, synthetic food additives and nano ingredients, many of which do not appear on the food label. In addition to protecting the environment and rebuilding soil, buying organic also supports animal welfare and promotes biodiversity of…

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8 quick and easy jug cocktails

Want an easy cocktail jug recipe? Try one of our quick and easy summer cocktail ideas for a summer BBQ (try our easy yet impressive recipes for a BBQ feast here)… Difficulty Easy Ingredients We use mezcal and bourbon, port and prosecco to lace our cocktails [image id=”92432″ size=”landscape_thumbnail” align=”none” title=”Kombucha, bourbon and fruit for cocktails” alt=”Kombucha, bourbon and fruit for cocktails” classes=””] Cider mimosa Fill a large jug halfway…

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HORROR! Three Babies were Born Alive after Abortions in Minnesota Last Year — Doctors Kept Them Comfortable, Then Left Them to Die

Democrats are killing live babies now. In January Virginia Governor “Blackface” Ralph Northam endorsed killing babies after they were born alive in a radio interview. In February 2020 Democrat presidential candidates Senators Kamala Harris (CA), Bernie Sanders (VT), Cory Booker (NJ), Kirsten Gillibrand (NY), Amy Klobuchar (MN), and Elizabeth Warren (MA) all voted “NO” on this bill that would have required doctors to provide proper degree of care to babies born alive after attempted abortion. This is a barbaric new low for…

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Half of all skydiving-related deaths in U.S. this year connected to Longmont business

LONGMONT, Colo. — It takes a special kind of person to jump out of a plane miles above the Earth. Family friends describe Brock Barto as exactly that, inspiring and passionate about skydiving. Barto died while skydiving with Mile-Hi Skydiving over the weekend, making him the third person to die from injuries related to a jump at the business in 2019. Four people have died from jumps at the businesses…

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Best Bluetooth speakers 2019: the best portable speakers for any budget

Welcome to the Best Bluetooth Speakers Buying Guide: This is TechRadar's expert round-up of the best portable speakers you can buy in 2019. A portable Bluetooth speaker is a must-have device for the summer. It's a perfect companion for days at the beach, nights out by a bonfire and picnics in the park. Having said that, we also think a portable speaker is a great addition to any home for…

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Kale Egg in a Hole

Post sponsored by Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs. See below for more details. Egg in a hole, the most straightforward recipe name When it comes to breakfast, I’m a savory eggs and toast kind of person. Normally I do a simple fry with toast on the side but occasionally I crave a little more. Not only are eggs-in-holes still fairly easy, when you make them like I have, it’s a…

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Image SEO: Optimizing images for search engines

Whether you’re a blogger or you write articles for an online magazine or newspaper, chances are you’ll find yourself asking whether your article needs an image or not. The answer is always “Yes”. Images bring an article to life and can also contribute to your website’s SEO. This post explains how to fully optimize an image for SEO and provides some pointers on using images for the best user experience. Before we…

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Cocaine can ROT your skin and genitals – as drug is cut with dangerous cattle de-wormer, experts warn

COCAINE users are being warned their skin and genitals could ROT away because the drug is being laced with dangerous cattle de-wormer. Around two thirds of the Class A drug smuggled into Britain is cut with levamisole, which is fed to cows and horses. This woman, who had been taking cocaine laced with de-wormer levamisole, noticed the skin on her face was starting to rotBMJ CASE REPORTS The news comes…

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Trump suggests homelessness is a 'phenomenon that started two years ago' in barely comprehensible interview

Donald Trump has suggested that homelessness is a “phenomenon that started two years ago” and said that he “may intercede” to tackle the crisis. The US president also implied that homeless people living in the streets of US cities were making police officers sick.He made the comments in a rambling interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson in Japan, which was broadcast on Monday.When Mr Carlson asked Mr Trump why…

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Olive Pesto Pasta with Breadcrumbs

As the site ages, I’m attempting to go through and update/retest some of the recipes I believe should have some staying power. These are the recipes I’ve love. This olive pesto pasta came about as a fluke, a dinner desperation. Ever since then, this pasta has become a staple, primarily for how easy and quick it comes together! The Olives When it comes to olives, I’m buying a small container…

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