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There are 3 comments on the Advocate Weekly story from Feb 8, 2012, titled Saturday, Feb. 11 - The Advocate Weekly Online. In it, Advocate Weekly reports that:

Berkshire Museum, informal conversation with Morgan Bulkeley in conjunction with his "Bird Story" solo show of paintings, 4 p.m. Also, artist reception, 5-7 p.m. South Street, Pittsfield.

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jai

Florissant, MO

#1 Feb 9, 2012
Herbal tea research, study conducted on over 4000 French women with no history of cancer. The women were studied over a 6 year period, and received a mammogram and other cancer screening tests every two years during the period. In addition, the women were evaluated based on the particular beverages they consumed, including herbal tea, regular tea, coffee, fruit juices and wine. By the end of the six year period, 95 of the participants had developed breast cancer. However, the study could not find any link between any of the beverages consumed and an increased risk of breast cancer. Surprisingly, however, they did find that the women that consumed herbal teas had a slightly lower risk of developing breast cancer than those women who consumed other beverages. www.1wallmart.com/product.php... Herbal tea, of course, is not really tea at all. Rather herbal teas, also known as tisanes, are really infusions of one or more herbs. They are made with hot water and taken like tea, hence the name; but true herbal teas contain no leaves from the Camilla sinensis plant, the tea tree. However, herbal teas can have many useful purposes, and are used to treat many discomforts naturally. www.1wallmart.com Just as they are thought to have discovered traditional tea, it is believed that the Chinese discovered herbal teas, too. Herbs were widely used in ancient medicines, and the Chinese, were the first to combine the healing properties of herbs with the enjoyment of tea. Brewing a tea from the correct combination of herbs may simply have been the easiest way to administer the medicine.
The Coup

Wyandotte, OK

#2 Feb 10, 2012
jai wrote:
Herbal tea research, study conducted on over 4000 French women with no history of cancer. The women were studied over a 6 year period, and received a mammogram and other cancer screening tests every two years during the period. In addition, the women were evaluated based on the particular beverages they consumed, including herbal tea, regular tea, coffee, fruit juices and wine. By the end of the six year period, 95 of the participants had developed breast cancer. However, the study could not find any link between any of the beverages consumed and an increased risk of breast cancer. Surprisingly, however, they did find that the women that consumed herbal teas had a slightly lower risk of developing breast cancer than those women who consumed other beverages. www.1wallmart.com/product.php... Herbal tea, of course, is not really tea at all. Rather herbal teas, also known as tisanes, are really infusions of one or more herbs. They are made with hot water and taken like tea, hence the name; but true herbal teas contain no leaves from the Camilla sinensis plant, the tea tree. However, herbal teas can have many useful purposes, and are used to treat many discomforts naturally. www.1wallmart.com Just as they are thought to have discovered traditional tea, it is believed that the Chinese discovered herbal teas, too. Herbs were widely used in ancient medicines, and the Chinese, were the first to combine the healing properties of herbs with the enjoyment of tea. Brewing a tea from the correct combination of herbs may simply have been the easiest way to administer the medicine.
It is probably because wine is not healthy. This is a rather long...descrption on...

The Wine upon Fermentation and Filtration

A finishing process, performed before bottling. The wine is filtered in order to remove solid impurities, such as dead yeast cells. Although it may help to clarify the wine, it is also accused of stripping wine of flavour and character, and there is a vogue towards very light filtration or even no filtration at all. It differs from fining which removes soluble materials.

Fining
A finishing process, performed before bottling. A coagulant such as bentonite, isinglass or egg white is added to the wine to collect proteins and other undesirable compounds. As with filtration, a process which removes solid matter from the wine, there is a vogue away from this practice which has been the focus of some controversy, especially when biological materials such as cow's blood was used.

Bentonite is a clay that is used as a fining agent

Isinglass is a fining agent of protein from dead fish.

The egg whites: Take a look at exactly where your egg whites come from http://www.mercyforanimals.org/maine-eggs/

You really need to take a look at the video

Especially when biological materials such as cow's blood was used." Take a look where your cows blood comes from http://www.mercyforanimals.org/calves/

The only humane herb, and a healing herb is pot

Alcohol and animal abuse is abnormal.
Alcohol you burn in a motor engine not in your body.
The Coup

Wyandotte, OK

#3 Feb 10, 2012
Plus when it comes to the tea they may contain properties like vegtables do.

The truth in health just by eating only one vegtable.

Soy: The Protein in the vegtable soy alone is extremely high and nutrious, even exceeding abused and slaughtered factory farmed processed meats, or even the toxicity poision, and radiation exposure of mercy filled fish.

Like other vegtables soy has Isoflavones found in all plants and legumes, including beans, green leafy vegetables, yellow and orange vegetables and whole grains. Isoflavones prevent Prostate cancer, Breat cancer, Colon cancer, and Heart disease.

Soy contains an abundance of minerals, essential amino acids, and healthy fats (polyunsaturated fats, monounsaturated fats) that are beneficial for the human body.

Soy Protein is Plant Protein
Soy beans contain complete protein and have one of the best protein digestibilities among all protein sources. Soy beans also contain little or no fat and have virtually no cholesterol. Lactose intolerant ones will be pleased to know that soy beans contain no lactose.

Being a plant protein, soy is free from steroids and antibiotics that animal protein contains. It is also free from the parasites that contaminate some of these products. They also contain none of the diseases one can contract from mean sources such as Mad Cow Disease, and Foot and Mouth Disease.

Soy products are also a great source of other nutrients such as saponins, isoflavones, and phytosterol. Saponins help support a healthy immune system. It also combines with cholesterol to avoid increased absorption of cholesterol in the body. Phytosterols also help reduce the absorption of cholesterol in the body in the same way saponins do.

Isoflavones are powerful antioxidants. They prevent many of the signs of aging and prevent cancer. This alone makes soy a miracle protein.

This is only one vegtable.

The Truth of Eating Meat.

Meat-eaters have a right to know what the cows, pigs, lamb and hens and turkeys they consume are fed on. Among other ingredients those herbivorous animals are given reject meat mixed with fecal matter (pooh) to eat. The shocking information comes from fourth-generation dairy farmer and cattle rancher Howard Lyman, the Cattle Rancher Who Won’t Eat Meat. He grew up on an industrial farm and ran a feedlot operation there for over two decades

There is no longer any doubt about the fact that eating meat is bad for your health.

The list of diseases known to be associated with meat, which are commoner among meat eaters, looks like the index of a medical textbook.

Anaemia, appendicitis, arthritis, breast cancer, cancer of the colon, cancer of the prostate, constipation, diabetes, gall stones, gout, high blood pressure, indigestion, obesity, piles, strokes and varicose veins are just some of the well known disorders which are more likely to affect meat eaters than vegetarians.

http://www.vernoncoleman.com/eatingfor.htm

meat eating is bad for your soul.

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