Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Dr. Rapp is dedicated to sharing important information about harmful environmental factors that can affect how children and adults feel, think and act in our high-tech, high-stress, high-profit world. The "progress at any cost" mentality is rapidly overwhelming our bodies as we attempt to cope with our increasingly polluted environment. Dr. Rapp is committed to educate both the public and health professionals about the ominous physical and behavioral changes frequently evident in children ...
Orignal From: Dr. Doris Rapp - Children's Allergies to Food & Environment
this easy to do meat pie has over 4lbs of fresh grilled chicken and is loaded with corn, peas, carrots and potatoes. This is real Country Chicken Pot Pie, BBQ Pit Boys style.
Orignal From: Country Chicken Pot Pie Recipes by the BBQ Pit Boys
factory farming insight ..The exceprts for this vid were from "as we sow" , "and on this farm" ,"the future of food" and many others.. check them out for deeper information on this .. It only gets worse too yay I finally got all my projects that I started on this outdated VISTA-gateway computer finished! Now I can move on to my newer more up to date computer to run better programs etc etc .. will be trying some newer video editors hopefully it will be better and faster to work with than this ...
Orignal From: food control
Kalakand (Indian Sweet) Recipe by Manjula www.manjulaskitchen.com Ingredients 8 cups or 2 quart milk 1/2 cup sugar 2 to 3 tablespoons lemon juice (for making paneer) 1 tablespoon sliced almonds or pistachio for garnishing
Orignal From: Kalakand (Indian Sweet) Recipe by Manjula
See Raw Food Eater Matt Monarch of www.mattmonarch.blogspot.com Angela Stokes-Monarch of www.rawreform.com in this episode we interview an awesome raw food teenager. ... raw teen teens teenager next generation diet food foods
Orignal From: Raw... The NEXT Generation!!!, Episode #247
Andrea Garber, UCSF Division of Adolescent Medicine, is a nutritionist and a registered dietitian. Her research focuses on obesity and eating disorders. Here she explores fad diets and if they work. Series: UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public [9/2009] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 16715]
Orignal From: Fad Diets: Do They Really Work?