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Looking at GreenAcres huge array of milks, it’s hard not to get overwhelmed about which to buy. So here’s a little “cheat sheet” to help you navigate the dairy aisles: Traditional Milk This is milk that’s taken from the cow, then pasteurized (he... read more

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Local vendor Tonia Rupe, owner of Lucky Star Farms, along with her husband Randy, raises the finest grass-fed cattle and hogs anywhere in the nation. She’s here today to tell us why it’s better to buy meat that is flash-frozen at processing and delive... read more

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Ever since CNN News interviewed Dr. Sanjay Gupta on the benefits of cannabidiol—better known as hemp oil or at least a product of the hemp oil industry, people have been curious about its effects. Is it dope, or isn’t it? Those who want legalized mari... read more

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There is a small village located in a hilly region just two hours from Tokyo, Japan that is called “The Village of Long Life.” Yuzuri Hara is the village, but it’s the starchy food that is a staple in the region that gives its population long life. ... read more

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There are several articles online to help you get out of burnout, the doldrums, depression, the blahs. All start with one word: Decide. The best motivation is self-motivation. But what if we’ve lost it, or at least think we have? Here are some suggestio... read more

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To find high-quality oils, shop at natural food stores or buy from suppliers to professional aromatherapists.–Dr. Andrew Weil This is a thorough piece by Dr. Andrew Weil that puts the phenomenon into perspective. Here’s what he has to say: Aro... read more

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Emu oil, that is. Can you massage it all over your body, hair and joints and feel safe doing it? Absolutely, say the distributors of Montana Emu Oil who have brought this highly-refined oil to GreenAcres’ attention. For those of you who have visited zoo... read more

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It’s fizzy, fermented and tangy—in fact a tad too tangy for some. But for others, it’s got a certain “bite” that’s a mixture of live bacteria and yeast that keeps them coming back for more. The Kombucha industry is big business, and according ... read more

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Civilization has certainly progressed through the centuries, but in some ways, it hasn’t gotten any smarter. Case in point: sugar. Is it something we’ve just grown up with and learned to love (make that crave)? Or is it our nemesis, waiting like a ste... read more