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Health Benefits Of Juicing: Guide Explores Benefits Of Freshly Squeezed Juice - Huffington Post Canada

Health Benefits Of Juicing: Guide Explores Benefits Of Freshly Squeezed Juice - Huffington Post Canada | Self Rescue | Scoop.it
Health Benefits Of Juicing: Guide Explores Benefits Of Freshly Squeezed JuiceHuffington Post CanadaHer ideal juicer is made from stainless steel with a basket that continually spins and ejects the pulp from the produce and separates the juice.

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Healthy Spirit | Daily Deposit

Healthy Spirit | Daily Deposit | Self Rescue | Scoop.it
Having a healthy spirit: we work out, go to the gym, eat right and consistently strive to build a healthy physical body. Let me ask you this, what is the level of fitness for your spirit man? Have you had a visit from a humming-bird ...
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SPIRITUAL HOSPITALITY!!! - Active Mind Body and Soul

Sep. 18, 2013. SPIRITUAL HOSPITALITY HOSPITALITY-the friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers. In the West today HOSPITALITY is rarely a matter of protection and survival, and ...
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Let's Live Longer!

Let's Live Longer! | Self Rescue | Scoop.it
I haven't smoked in over 40 years (I am 96 years old). Of all the drugs, smoking has the highest death rate -- more than 400,000 people per year (which is more than AIDS, alcohol, car accidents, illegal drugs, murders and suicides combined).
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Leyda's has the key to healthy living - Star Phoenix

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Food is our first medicine, says Dr. DeeDee Maltman.
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Facts About Juicing Diets | Green Eggs and Sam

Facts About Juicing Diets | Green Eggs and Sam | Self Rescue | Scoop.it
I also do not “juice” my ingredients, I blend them whole to maintain the fiber and maximize nutritional benefits. So, with all the hype surrounding juicing detoxes and diets, I wanted to post some information to help educate my ...

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Women’s knowledge: Three reasons we won’t solve climate change without it

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Women's equality goes hand-in-hand with finding real solutions to climate change. Here are three reasons why.

 

1. Women are disproportionately affected by climate change.

 

Increased flooding, drought, and desertification aren't good for anyone. But in developing countries and low-income communities, it's often women who are hit hardest. In developing countries, women are responsible for collecting water in two-thirds of all households and grow 60 to 80 percent of the food, according to United Nations reports. And if that makes women uniquely vulnerable to climate change, it also gives them an incentive for taking the lead in action and adaptation.

 

2. Women control the money.

 

[In Senegal] where erosion and poor soil were making it hard to grow food, women from rural villages built stone walls and planted trees to retain and improve the soil. It worked, and their crops are now more productive than ever before.

 

3. We can't afford to miss out on women's knowledge.

 

Women represent half of the population, of course, but they often aren't in control of half the decision-making. When that happens, humanity loses out on half of its brainpower, ideas, and cooperation. Greater women's equality often corresponds with greater care for the earth. For instance, a study surveying 130 countries found that those with higher female representation in parliament were more likely to ratify international environmental treaties...

 


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Wise women knowledge is necessary to solve climate change and save the world.

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▶ CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY http://www.scoop.it/t/environmental-and-human-health

▶  CLIMATE CHANGE WILL IMPACT US ALL http://www.scoop.it/t/changingplanet

▶  BIODIVERSITY IS LIFE http://www.scoop.it/t/biodiversity-is-life

▶  OUR OCEANS NEED US http://www.scoop.it/t/our-oceans-need-us

▶   OUR FOOD, OUR HEALTH http://www.scoop.it/t/agriculture-gmos-pesticides

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This article is about how women are greatly affected by climate change. 

 

Women make up a large segment of the workforce, especially in developing countries. Climate change alters the environment, and women who eke out a living farming face even more challenges besides running a house, raising children, and facing descrimination for their gender. It's poignant that the main causes of global warming (greater emission of greenhouse gases) are Occuring the farthest away from those who are suffering the consequences. Women involved in business in developing countries can give accurate testimonies to the effects of climate change. That's why gender equality and solving climate change go hand-in-hand. 

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Health happenings: Sept. 24 - Bradenton Herald

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Health happenings: Sept. 24
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Find out which foods trigger pain, which foods fight pain and learn strategies for living a life of less pain using food as your friend.
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WM Earthcare » Everyday Soil Science #3: “Feel” Your Soil

WM Earthcare » Everyday Soil Science #3: “Feel” Your Soil | Self Rescue | Scoop.it
planting. In this third installment in the Everyday Soil Science series, we move our discussion from soil as a “living” ecosystem “fed” with life-giving organic matter to the abiotic “mineral fraction” comprised of sand, silt, and clay ...
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Make the Most of Your Mundane Miracles | Care2 Healthy Living

Make the Most of Your Mundane Miracles | Care2 Healthy Living | Self Rescue | Scoop.it
Today's Inspiration from InspireMeToday.com featuring Myrlia Purcell. Myrlia reminds us of the miraculous nature of our everyday lives.
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