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Grain-Free, Dairy-Free Dark Chocolate Applesauce Brownies

November 23, 2017 at 12:42 am

By Bradley Hugs

Want some sinfully delicious brownies that are actually good for you? This super simple recipe is grain-free and dairy-free and sweetened with apple sauce and honey.

Texas School Beats ADHD by Tripling Recess Time

November 21, 2017 at 2:13 am




While most school districts across the country are cutting back on recess time and ramping up the Ritalin, one Texas school has kindergartners and first graders sitting still and “incredibly attentive.”

What’s their secret? Their recess time has tripled.

10 Tiny Homes Amazon Ships for Under $20,000

November 20, 2017 at 6:16 pm




In case you missed the news last month, Amazon will now deliver a fully-furnished, ready-to-move-in shipping container tiny home to your “front door” — or empty lot — for $36,000 + $4,000 in shipping fees:

Apparently, there are ten other tiny homes for under $20,000 available on Amazon now with free shipping! There’s only one caveat… you have to build them yourself and they don’t come with plumbing or electricity, as the one above does.

Whole Foods “Humane” Turkey Deception

November 19, 2017 at 4:39 pm




Diestel turkeys live in horrific conditions, receive antibiotics, hormones and “severely toxic chemicals” prohibited by FDA, new lawsuit reveals

A lawsuit filed this week against one of Whole Food’s top turkey suppliers alleges turkeys are being fraudulently marketed as “humane” and “hormone, antibiotic, and chemical-free.”

Diestel turkeys actually live in horrific conditions and routinely receive synthetic hormones, antibiotics and other drugs strictly prohibited by the FDA, like chloramphenicol, which is known to have “severe toxic effects in humans,” alleges an amended complaint filed Nov. 13 by the animal rights group Direct Action Everywhere.

UV Rays Are Actually Good For Your Eyes, Study Shows

November 17, 2017 at 2:37 pm

UVB light exposure reduced risk of nearsightedness by 25 percent, researchers from King’s College London found



Despite decades of warnings to “protect” our eyes from the sun, researchers around the world are now discovering the sun is actually the best protection we have against nearsightedness.

The number of people with nearsightedness or “myopia” has been on a sharp rise over the last couple of decades along with the number of hours young people spend in artificially lit indoors staring at screens.

The Dark Side of LED Lighting

November 15, 2017 at 6:56 pm




LED lights are making us blind and wreaking havoc on our endocrine systems, peer-reviewed studies show… Leading photobiologist recommends switching back to sunlight, candles and incandescent bulbs

 

One of the world’s top photobiologists has been trying to warn the public for years about the dangers of the government-mandated phasing out of incandescent lighting.

Study: The Longer a Mother Breastfeeds, The More Sensitive She is Toward Her Child Later in Life

November 13, 2017 at 7:39 pm

Hormones produced during breastfeeding make mothers more caring and sensitive. Study shows duration of breastfeeding predicts mother’s sensitivity toward child later in life.

Science has already proven a long list of benefits of breastfeeding — higher IQ, better communication skills and long-term protection against disease and obesity for baby, and lower risk of ovarian cancer, breast cancer and postpardum depression for mother.

Why This “Hobbit Lady” Went From Riches to Rags on Purpose

November 12, 2017 at 7:49 pm




An Oxford graduate, born in a castle, Emma Orbach decided she’d rather live in a mud hut in the woods “with fairies,” without electricity or running water

The daughter of a wealthy musician, Emma grew up in an old castle. She was educated in one of the most expensive boarding schools in England alongside the daughters of two foreign presidents.

Eco-Friendly “Wood” Stove Can Power a Small House, Using Garbage for Fuel

November 10, 2017 at 2:26 pm




A new highly efficient “wood” stove generates electricity while cooking your food and heating your house… AND it runs on virtually any biomass, reducing deforestation

The InStove is built around a large cook pot. It can burn wood, pellets and almost any other biomass fuel including crop wastes, dung, waste paper, and other garbage.

Dancing Regenerates Portion of Brain Associated with Memory Loss and Alzheimer’s, Study Shows

November 9, 2017 at 6:45 pm




Dancing improved balance, motor skills and enlarged region of brain associated with short-term memory loss in elderly

In recent years researchers have discovered the amazing ability of aerobic exercise to slow brain degeneration. A new study shows dancing is potentially the most valuable exercise to this end.