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Library

"If you have a garden and a library you have everything you need." - Cicero

Welcome to our library. You'll find our collection of core materials here along with courses, studies and headlines. The core material is intended to provide background information to the topics presented in the headlines and courses.

Our introductory material can generally be found elsewhere on the internet, although we have added our own interpretations where applicable. The in-depth material is highly scientific in nature and covers the more "text-booky" aspects of the subject. All of the material is professionally researched and fully referenced.

While the headline articles help to put current developments and media coverage in perspective, our courses help you to put the core materials together and apply them to your personal situation.

Please enjoy your time looking through what we have to offer, and feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments.

Recent Articles

Probiotics And Prebiotics: A Little Help From Friendly Bacteria And The Food You Eat
Introductory article - Know Yourself - July 01, 2022
Your body is inhabited by trillions of bacterial cells. Some bacteria have the potential to harm you, but many benefit your health. Do probiotics, beneficial bacteria added to food, have a health promoting role and why are prebiotics important?
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Wheat: Do You Need To Eliminate Or Evaluate This Grain
Study - Eat Well - June 24, 2022
Wheat and/or gluten can cause allergic reactions and gastrointestinal distress in some people. It has been claimed wheat causes weight gain and other health issues. Eliminate wheat and all your health problems will cease: or will they?
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Quinoa
Introductory article - Eat Well - June 17, 2022
Quinoa has become a preferred choice of "grain" for many people because of its relatively high and complete protein content. Botanically, quinoa is not a grain. What is quinoa and how does it compare to other protein sources?
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