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2013-10-28 23:27:38

PineNutOil.org, the leading producer and supplier of Siberian Pine Nut Oil, is now offering 50 percent off shipping costs to Australia and New Zealand. PineNutOil.org sells only the highest-quality, 100 percent cold-pressed pine nut oil products. New York, NY (PRWEB) October 28, 2013 PineNutOil.org announces a new discount in shipping costs – consumers in Australia and New Zealand can now receive 50 percent off shipping costs on all pine nut oil products. Aside from the best-selling...

2013-08-15 23:21:56

Pittsburgh-based InventHelp® attempts to submit an invention, Chaw Armor, to companies for review. Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) August 15, 2013 Many people enjoy smokeless tobacco, but they don't appreciate the danger and stains that go along with the habit. "I needed a way to protect my bottom teeth and gum from the adverse effects of chewing tobacco," said an inventor and tobacco chewer from La Salle, Colo., "so I created a prototype of the CHAW ARMOR." This...

2013-07-29 23:01:03

The latest blog from Marble Media LLC’s HealthFill.com website provides information on a new study out of Purdue University on the relationship between chewing food thoroughly and nutrient absorption in the body. FORT LEE, New Jersey (PRWEB) July 29, 2013 Science has proven, once and for all, that kids need to listen to their mothers—at least when she's telling them to chew their food. In the latest blog from Healthfill.com dated July 18, 2013 and titled,“Chew Your Food...

Chewing Gum Can Help You Focus
2013-04-02 10:25:44

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online There´s a lot about chewing gum and the act of chewing gum to wonder about. Chew as we might, we never break it down, never digest it, and never receive any nutritional value from it. In many ways, it can be seen as an exercise in futility or a transformation from human to bovine. A recent study published in the British Journal of Psychology has found some good could come from chewing gum. According to these...

2009-05-07 11:48:00

MODESTO, Calif., May 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As children, we all remember our mother telling us to chew our food well and later in life, realizing that chewing can help us to appreciate the taste and texture of food better. Now new research presented today to physicians attending the 17th European Congress of Obesity in Amsterdam and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reveals that chewing may play a more complex role in the digestion process, impacting nutrient...

2008-11-28 07:06:20

Some experts see Camel Snus, the new smokeless tobacco on the U.S. market, as possibly both carcinogenic and highly addictive, officials say. Snus packs a solid nicotine punch which researchers say is well above the amount in other popular chewing tobacco products. It comes in three flavors and does not have to be spit out, ostensibly expanding the places one can chew. Snus contains eight milligrams in each single dose pouch, a spokesman for the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company told The New York...

2008-07-22 00:00:24

By Miles Kington Miles Kington Remembered 22 SEPTEMBER 1999 The other day I went into our local health food shop to buy some salt. I don't suppose health food shops really enjoy selling salt, which is now known to be very bad for you as well as being very good for you, but you don't get ordinary salt in a health food shop, anyway. It was sea salt I was after. Not just ordinary sea salt, either, but fine sea salt. In fact, I could have gone one grade higher and bought fine organic sea...

2006-04-05 07:50:00

By Lee Chyen Yee TAOYUAN, Taiwan -- It tastes bitter, turns your teeth black and causes cancer, but it also gives you a buzz and is served by scantily clad young women. And that is why it is proving hard for Taiwan's government to get its heavy betel nut chewers, mostly blue-collar workers, to kick the habit despite the widely known health risks and the red stains left on the sidewalks where users spit out the juice. Truck drivers in Taiwan, like their counterparts in China, India, Indonesia...


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  • The ragged surface of a lava-flow.
'Malpais' translates from Spanish as 'bad land.'