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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

Menopause: Diet And Exercise Therapy To Ease The Transition
Study - Know Yourself - February 16, 2018
The process of menopause can be uncomfortable and even debilitating. Hormone replacement therapies can reduce some of the effects of menopause, but many women want to take a natural drug-free approach. Is this possible with nutrition and exercise?
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Thinking About Heart Health? Follow The "3 S" Protocol.
Headline - Get Healthy - February 09, 2018
Your heart is an amazing machine, but how can you keep your heart in good working order? Learn how reducing the sodium, sugar, and saturated fat in your diet and making other nutritional changes can help protect your heart from disease.
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Onions, Other Allium And Your Health
Introductory article - Eat Well - February 02, 2018
Onions, leeks, garlic, scallions, shallots, and chives belong to the Allium family. These popular recipe ingredients provide a variety of nutrients which benefit health. Some of them contain inulin, a fibre that may have health benefits.
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