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Medicine Woman’s Larder – Pumpkin Seeds – Multi-talented for bones and prostate

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Since the focus for the next couple of week is men’s health I thought that I would save this Medicine Woman’s Larder for today. When I was researching my men’s health book I came …

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Medicine Woman’s Larder – Green Tea – One small leaf with terrific health benefits.

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All true teas – not herbal tisanes or infusions are made from the Camellia Sinensis. These plants grow in warm climates with the very best teas coming from the highest altitudes – at that level the…

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Medicine Woman’s Larder – Salmon – A plate of Omega 3

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Much of the salmon available today comes from fisheries and conditions and feed of these farmed fish have improved through regulation in recent years. However, I am not convinced by the publicity a…

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Medicine Woman’s Larder – Watermelon – A quick way to hydrate

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Certain parts of this side of the atlantic have been sweltering in the last week although I have to say that we only had a couple of scorching days (above 26 degrees) and now we have settled back i…

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Medicine Woman’s Larder – Beans – 12,000 years of history that we know about and avoiding the wind factor.

Re-blogged from Smorgasbord Invitation. CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST and learn how to make peace with our windy friends!

Mention the fact that you are an ardent bean lover and people automatically give you a wide berth. Unfortunately this very nutritious food group has developed a rather anti-social reputation over t…

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