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The four videos below show how far automated delivery technology has come in a very short period of time. Pizza companies and of course Amazon are all in the game using drones and automated road vehicles. Let’s start with drone pizza delivery If ever there was an arena for new technology more »
One of the often overlooked elements of the Mediterranean diet is the content of what is now days called supergrains. These include Farro, Freekah and other whole grains The diet says that grains, vegetables, and fruits should be eaten at most meals, because they are important sources of vitamins, minerals, more »
If you think eating bacon will kill you, think again. According to health and fitness guru Mina Yun: 1) Bacon fat is 50% monunsaturated (the same kind as olive oil), and has antioxidants that are more powerful than vitamin E. 2) Bacon from pastured pigs that forage in the sun is more »
An epidemiological study of more than 400,000 aging Americans showed that men who consume 2-3 cups of coffee each day had a 10% lower death rate than their non-coffee drinking brethren. Women that drank the same amount had a higher longevity rate: They were 13% less likely to die. While more »
We were quite taken by this piece by the blogger Kay Svela who writes LittleMissWife.com as she explore the joy of wine consumption, not only from a perspective of giving up “personal house rules” to allow for a little joy but also for the health benefits of wine that she more »
Hugh Hefner’s diet is rich with comfort foods. He also practices portion control
A chemical found in red meat helps explain why eating too much beef and bacon is bad for the heart, say scientists. A U.S. study shows carnitine, a compound found in in red meat, is broken down by digestive bacteria and kicks off a chain of events that results in more »
Long life and good health may be linked to a great cup of boiled Greek coffee, says scientists.
So it’s almost official. Junk food – aka McDonald’s, Burger King, other nasty fast food chains, plus heat and serve groceries, – could be to blame for the rise in auto-immune diseases according to a new study.
by Cheryl Poirer I was having lunch with a friend the other day and as we were going our separate ways we loosely started organizing a party. We spoke about where it should be held and I said “Yes! We’ll have it as his place because he’s got that great more »