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April 2013

Cinnamon, The Spice of Life!

Great article!  I hope you all enjoy!

What you should know about cinnamon and how it can help you
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 by: P. Simard

(NaturalNews) Cinnamon, which is generally an appreciated spice for its good taste when added to certain foods, definitely seems to have much more going in its favor than simply pleasing your taste buds. It's a potent anti-bacterial and anti-fungal medicinal herb offering many advantages to the human body.

Cinnamon is from the lauracae family and its popular name is

Organic vs. Conventional Foods? Let the Research speak for itself :)

Is Organic Better? Ask a Fruit Fly

When Ria Chhabra, a middle school student near Dallas, heard her parents arguing about the value of organic foods, she was inspired to create a science fair project to try to resolve the debate.

Three years later, Ria’s exploration of fruit flies and organic foods has not only raised some provocative questions about the health benefits of organic eating, it has also earned the 16-year-old top honors in a national science competition, publication in a respected scientific journal and university laboratory privileges normally reserved for graduate students.
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