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A naturally occurring organic acid known as creatine has long been used by athletes to boost their performance and build muscle strength without steroids. But emerging research is showing that creatine also has important anti-aging effects in vital tissues throughout the body.
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RAW MILK vs PASTEURISED MILK
(...Big business, pharmaceuticals and government vs freedom of choosing healthly)
By Wren Mast-Ingle
The controversy over pasteurisation vs raw milk and the range of associated products from cheese and ice cream to powered milk could be considered undemocratic or even unconstitional with consumers being denied a choice in the matter.
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Department of Exercise and Sport Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo., USA
Here is bread which stregthenss mans heart, and therefore called the staff of life’ (Mathew Henry: 1662–1714, Commentary on Psalm 104)