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Thriving vs. dying: A simplistic approach to health

...cells. Damage due to toxins and mucus covering these cells inhibits absorption of complex nutrients. Hence, that "food" stays in our gut and fuels bacterial offspring. Over time, this cycle becomes so vicious that it can reduce the human digestive...

http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2012-02-10/thriving-vs-dying-simplistic-approac
Outdoors
Glory Hole kitchen up and running again

...pass every check. She said she's working through a new control plan with the exterminator and will make sure all the food stays in the containers while any rodents stay out. She said the hardest part about the experience was the cost. She estimated...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/092410/loc_711592774.shtml
News
My turn: Celebrate Alaska Agriculture Day by showing interest in local food options

...Additionally, local farmers and producers benefit from local purchases and the dollars spent in purchasing locally produced foods stay in the local economy. It's often mentioned that Alaska imports 95 percent of its food, but the truth is we don't...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/050410/opi_633399345.shtml
Opinion
Thriving vs. dying: A simplistic approach to health

...cells. Damage due to toxins and mucus covering these cells inhibits absorption of complex nutrients. Hence, that "food" stays in our gut and fuels bacterial offspring. Over time, this cycle becomes so vicious that it can reduce the human digestive...

http://juneauempire.com/blog-post/abby-lowell/2012-05-09/thriving-vs-dying-simpl
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