Monday, September 02, 2013

Health and Survival September 2013

Health and Survival September 2013

Some items that may benefit your Health...

Moderate chocolate consumption is linked with decreased stroke risk in me:

 "The scientific community has released yet more good news about the health benefits of chocolate - moderate consumption may reduce the risk of stroke in men. Earlier studies have shown this delectable food reduces the risk of stroke in women, as well as enhances the health of the heart and brain in both sexes. This latest word of cheer gives male chocolate lovers one more reason to indulge in this treat, as long as they do not overdo it."


I have been looking for many years and most things are incomprehensible when it comes to price, storage or transport.

Here is a 40 day supply (that although coming in at $249.99), is by far the best and easiest you will get for this amount.

Most $300.00 packages are either bulky and or only come in at a couple of weeks of supply.

This is a Month and a Week or so of Food and Yes it is very basic, but if one needs to move quickly, or needs to store in limited space this is the right option I believe.

'Real' Heirloom Seeds:

"You'll get more than 5,640 survival seeds from 21 varieties of hardy & delicious heirloom plants passed down from our forefathers. They’ll arrive sealed in heavy-duty foil envelopes and packed in an airtight storage vault rated for 5+ years of storage. "

[Heirloom means; non-genetically modified “super survival seeds” that are open-pollinated and can be grown, harvested, and replanted endlessly!]

If you can afford the more expensive non-basic versions go right ahead, I push this for those of us with limited funds and resources.

Green tea really does improve your memory: (Reaffirmed Science)

"You've heard it before, but it's true: Green tea, one of the most studied substances in recent history, really does help improve your memory.

That is the not-so-new conclusion of Chinese researchers who essentially have reaffirmed that the chemical properties of green tea tend to affect the generation of brain cells, which provides benefits for memory and spatial learning."

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