Posts Tagged ‘energy’

Baked beans in tomato sauce, in a brown pot.

Holiday Baked Beans: Your favorite side dish gets a festive facelift.

With New Year’s just around the corner and your home brimming with loved ones, there’s no time to waste on menu planning. Are you looking for a delicious yet exciting side dish that your guests will truly appreciate? This season, center your holiday meal on this festive and hearty baked bean recipe. Throughout the years,…

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wooden outhouse in the middle of the woods with a pointed top and a crescent moon cut out in the door.

Human Excrement Efficiently Converted into Hydrochar Just in Time for World Toilet Day November 19

Heating the Waste Could Improve Sanitation and Provide a Reusable Energy Source, According to Ben-Gurion University Researchers Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) demonstrated for the first time that raw human excrement can potentially be converted to a safe, reusable fuel and a nutrient rich fertilizer, solving two major worldwide issues in advance…

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beach, hammock, hula, metallic

Embracing the Metallic – High Holiday Season

After Orbiting Into A New Year went online two weeks ago, I looked at it and scoffed. I thought, This is a load of crap! No one would want to read this. But after a day or so of feeling worthless, I shared on social media in spite of my self-deprecating thoughts. And when I…

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Cold drink made of beet juice in mason jar. Fresh beet, whole and sliced, on cutting board. Chili peppers on the background. Spotty blue background. Close-up

Five Functional Foods

[similar id=43618 type=all] [similar id=41504 type=all] Boost your energy this spring with these nutrient-dense go-tos. Whether you are heading to a Pilates class or out to an indulgent sushi dinner, maintaining optimal energy levels is essential to function. Fueling the body with high-quality nutrients will not only provide you with short-term energy, but will also…

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