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Join the City Dock Community Garden

Grow Annapolis is now accepting Plot Applications for the City Dock Community Garden in Downtown Annapolis. If you are interested in joining this garden, please submit your applications online by March 15th. Gardenerships will be given on a first come … Continue reading

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GOT (Grass-Fed) MILK?

Milk is vastly different than what was consumed in the 1950’s.  Back then, cows produced 4 to 5 gallons of protein-rich milk with high levels of Omega 3 fatty acids (which are natural anti-inflammatories) and up to five times CLA  … Continue reading

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Politically Incorrect Nutrition: Debunking the Low-Fat Myth

Well, let me begin this blog with an apology for NOT blogging reglarly the past six months.  Thus, one of my New Year’s resolutions is to blog at least once a week.  I have had a lot of personal changes … Continue reading

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Save Our Raw Cheese! And Senate Bill 510

Would you believe the following statement has actually been made by the FDA and is in the public record?   “The American people have no ”fundamental right to their own bodily and physical health” and “do not have a fundamental right to … Continue reading

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Dear Local Food Beat Readers:  I am re-posting a wonderful blog by http://www.nationalfork.com/ on GMO’s. Be sure to subscribe so you can read any new posts/blogs.  And if you want to be proactive regarding GMO’s in our food, be sure to … Continue reading

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George Lopez, the Executive Director of the Solar & Wind Expo blogged today regarding the interchange of energy and food.  He also mentioned Local Food Beat and I thought I would share his blog with my readers. This was an … Continue reading

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Because I do advocate eating animal fats (and lots of them), I am often asked what I think about a plant-based diet alone.  I am not an advocate of a solely plant-based diet because I think we were made to … Continue reading

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Yesterday, Tuesday, November 15, 2011, the final version of  The Spending Bill was released and contained almost a complete reversal of what the USDA proposed earlier this year for new nutritional guidelines for school lunches.  Which means pizza is now a vegetable (think … Continue reading

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Did you know that most of the developed world including China, Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, Hungary, Japan and 97% of Western Europe has chosen fluoride-free water?  I personally use a fluoride-free toothpaste and at my  recent dental … Continue reading

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 I read two things this past week that I thought were important enough to pass on.  First,  something I failed to write about in my post regarding fluoride  was why – if research confirms the dangers of fluoride – why … Continue reading

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