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The Santa Claus story: Beloved tradition or damaging lie?

Jolly Old Saint Nick is perhaps the most beloved icon of the Christmas holidays. But an essay recently published in the medical journal Lancet Psychiatry questions what we should be telling our kids about Santa Claus. Read more here: CBC | Healt...
by Celebrity gossip news on Dec 2, 2016

Martin Luther – Here I Stand

Martin Luther, for all of his faults, and those who followed him, accomplished more than many who had gone before him. In refusing to bow to logical Tradition, he made a stand which could have cost him his life. Today is Reformation Day. Regardless i...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Oct 31, 2016

Meet the New Bis, Same as the Old Bis: The Chemical Industry’s BPA Solution

The post Meet the New Bis, Same as the Old Bis: The Chemical Industry’s BPA Solution appeared first on Christopher James Clark. Meet the New Bis, Same as the Old Bis: The Chemical Industry’s BPA Solution The chemical industry has responde...
by Nutritional Grail on Sep 5, 2016

Macy’s #GlobalGoods, Handmade Gifts That Give Hope

A handmade gift cannot be easily found or replaced. Time, energy, love and passion were needed to create it, therefore making it very special valuable and unique. – My own quote   I have a confession to make. I am a HUGE fan of handicrafts and...
by Traveller Soul on Aug 19, 2016

By Lifting Human-Animal Chimera Ban, US Further Marginalizes Prevention

The post By Lifting Human-Animal Chimera Ban, US Further Marginalizes Prevention appeared first on Christopher James Clark. By Lifting Human-Animal Chimera Ban, US Further Marginalizes Prevention The big medical news this week...
by Nutritional Grail on Aug 6, 2016

Is Nutrition Science a Victim of the UN’s Anti-Meat Agenda?

The post Is Nutrition Science a Victim of the UN’s Anti-Meat Agenda? appeared first on Christopher James Clark. Is Nutrition Science a Victim of the UN’s Anti-Meat Agenda? Yesterday, I discussed the latest in a lon...
by Nutritional Grail on Aug 3, 2016

Blaming Meat: Sensational Headlines Misrepresent 2 New Studies

The post Blaming Meat: Sensational Headlines Misrepresent 2 New Studies appeared first on Christopher James Clark. Blaming Meat: Sensational Headlines Misrepresent 2 New Studies I woke up today and read the shocking news about...
by Nutritional Grail on Aug 2, 2016

Pietratorcia wine cellar Ischia

The cellars of Pietratorcia among the best Italian wine producers, were born in Forio, on the western side of the Island, thanks to the efforts of young enthusiasts who wanted to continue to enhance the traditions of old island families, Iacono,...
by Ischia Apartments on Jul 28, 2016

Carolina (or Redneck ... or Texas ...) Caviar

Carolina Caviar ... Redneck Caviar ... or Texas Caviar.  Whatever you call it, this simple and healthy dip with black-eyed peas is just plain delicious.CLICK HERE TO PIN THIS FOR LATERI've heard this dip-able concoction called various different...
by The Kitchen is My Playground on Jul 24, 2016

Got Atrazine? Chemical Taints Drinking Water of 33 Million Americans

The post Got Atrazine? Chemical Taints Drinking Water of 33 Million Americans appeared first on Christopher James Clark. America’s most common herbicide is Monsanto’s infamous glyphosate. Most people know glyphosat...
by Nutritional Grail on Jul 18, 2016

Mark Twain: A Man Who Knew Coffee

The post Mark Twain: A Man Who Knew Coffee appeared first on Christopher James Clark. Samuel Clemens, better known by his pen name, Mark Twain, was an American author and humorist. He wrote The Adventures […] The post Ma...
by Nutritional Grail on Jul 17, 2016

Top Ten Cheap Activities In Osaka

By Tom Fay (http://www.thomasfay.com), author of Must-See Japan Japan’s ‘second city’, Osaka is a busy, bustling metropolis in the heart of the Kansai region. Known for its friendly atmosphere and great food, tourists have started flocking he...
by Cheapo Japan on Jul 10, 2016

Seoul Searching | Bongeunsa Temple.

Located smack dab in the middle of the Gangnam - amidst tower blocks, high-rise apartments, and the hustle and bustle of city life - is a place of peace, calm, and tranquility. This seemingly peculiar site (and I say peculiar because it's located rig...
by The Rebel Sweetheart on Jul 10, 2016

Senate Approves Mandatory Optional GMO Labeling Bill

The post Senate Approves Mandatory Optional GMO Labeling Bill appeared first on Christopher James Clark. Yesterday, US Senators patted themselves on the back for finally listening to the people’s demands regarding GMO la...
by Nutritional Grail on Jul 7, 2016

25% of Adults Use Legal Drugs that Blunt Empathy and Positive Emotions

The post 25% of Adults Use Legal Drugs that Blunt Empathy and Positive Emotions appeared first on Christopher James Clark. 25% of Adults Use Legal Drugs that Blunt Empathy and Positive Emotions Have we become a pill-popping cu...
by Nutritional Grail on Jul 5, 2016

Tanzkurse zum Kocherlball

Der Kocherlball ist die beliebteste Volkstanz­veranstaltung in München. Im Vorfeld werden Tanzkurse (ohne Anmeldung und kostenfrei) angeboten – so dass wir künftig nicht mehr nur deppert-schwankend in enger Umarmung mit unserem M...
by Bayrische Quadratratschn on Jul 4, 2016

Preeminent Saint apostles Peter and Paul feast in the Holy Eastern Orthodox Church – June 29

"With the Grace of God I am what I am" (Corinthians 15:10) This year the Peter and Paul feast period in the Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox Church was just 3 days (27,28,29), because it is a movable feast and depends on the Great Lent's longit...

Ancient Romans vs. Modern Westerners: Whose Teeth are Better?

The post Ancient Romans vs. Modern Westerners: Whose Teeth are Better? appeared first on Christopher James Clark. Ancient Romans vs. Modern Westerners: Whose Teeth are Better? In 79 A.D., Mount Vesuvius erupted, marking one th...
by Nutritional Grail on Jun 26, 2016

Mount Mitake – cheap mountain escape from Tokyo

Mt. Mitake (御岳山) is considered a sacred mountain by many Japanese, who frequently make a pilgrimage from Tokyo to the shrines up the mountain and on top. The 929 metre tall summit is easily, and cheaply, accessible from the big city and provide...
by Cheapo Japan on Jun 24, 2016

New Statin and Cholesterol Research Cues Curtains for Pharmacological Fantasy

The post New Statin and Cholesterol Research Cues Curtains for Pharmacological Fantasy appeared first on Christopher James Clark. In 2014, I published a book whose subtitle included the phrase, “the Dawning Nutritional R...
by Nutritional Grail on Jun 23, 2016


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