What does freedom mean to you? In recent years we've heard discussions from left and right leaning communities alike about the absence of freedom in the United States. Whether you blame it on inequality,
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Informed consumers are growing food at home to ensure that what they are consuming is both free of pesticides and rich in nutrients. These growers are quick to learn there are a lot of confusing
Nine out of ten cells in your body are not even human! That's right. Most of the cells in your body belong to microscopic living creatures that can either support your good health or
The Extension Team was founded to create opportunities that help people enjoy better food, better nutrition, better health, and better living. We share membership in a public company that offers high quality nutrition products, along
Every day well meaning parents, grandparents, and coaches send kids into the fields to run, jump, tackle and sweat. We give them water breaks. We keep them hydrated. But are they getting the nutrients
Sometimes recommended daily allowances are not enough. This recorded webinar presents reasons why we might need trace minerals, and presents some simple steps you can take to add trace minerals to your diet. To
The cut flowers shown in this infographic were grown in New Mexico at Calhoun Flower Farms (http://www.calhounflowerfarms.com). Tune into Episode 25 of Microbes, Minerals, and Mindsets, coming in September, 2019. Hear why the gals
CHOPKiNS CaFe, Mg was once a popular mnemonic for introducing students to the list of macronutrients plants need. Read as C. Hopkin’s café (is) Mighty Good, the statement includes symbols for 9 macronutrients plants need.
Taking chances and thinking out of the box are part of the status quo for Melissa Brice and her team of wellness advocates at the Reclaim Wellness Center for Holistic Healing in Las Cruces, NM.
Chronic Pain Is Opening Eyes to the Value of Low THC Hemp Forty years ago, hemp was widely considered synonymous with marijuana, and associated with an anti-establishment counter culture. Today, hemp is as hip