On one hand we have people stating bananas are dangerous and on the other hand people stating bananas have great health benefits. I thin it is a simple matter of not getting crazy about going bananas and to consume them in moderation. After all who doesn’t know that too much of a good thing can go bad?
Making sense of Ancient Alien Theories and Divine Intervention
In refference to:
“Ancient Aliens” Series
Featuring: archaeologist, authors, engineers,physicists and professionals like, Erich Von Daniken, David Wilcock, and Giorgio A. Tsoukalos
“Ancient Aliens” series description: The major suggestion of many credible researchers is to get viewers to see how the idea of aliens in our ancient historical past being major influences of how we think and what our focused beliefs are today. The idea reaches as far as indicating that many religious beliefs we have are derived from mistaking ancient aliens as gods, angels,and other divine beings…
Genetically modified organisms have been a part of our lives for many years. Like a snake in the grass the maker gmo’s have slithered their way in to our diets with a sneaky slimy like deception keeping it’s prey unaware of it’s presence until it’s too late to escape it’s poison.
We may be at the eve of awareness to whats in the gardens that feed us, but there is still time to do something about the harm that is threatening our existing health.
There has been an ignored cry for GMO labeling, that has prompted a rise in “Non GMO” labeling. We once effectively looked for the “union” label and now we can do the same for non genetically modified organisms.
Avoiding GMO’s : There are two reasons to aim for non gmo products 1. to avoid risk factors of large amounts of gmo consumption and 2. to boycott Monsanto for it’s refusal to let us know what we have been eating and feeding to our babies and other loved ones.
Some things are not always easy to fix, but in the case of gmo’s we can start with small changes that may lead to making a huge difference. We have already been bitten with Monsato’s poison, but there is a antidote within our reach.
Taking care of puppies once was exclusively the female canine mom’s job. However, we are now in a time where dogs are domesticated pets. There are still wild dog family breeds that still take care of their own offspring, but for those we hold dear to our hearts as family members to us, we help take care.
Three main things to remember when taking care of newborn puppies:
1. You are working as an aid to mom and making sure her health needs are met too. 2. You want to help create the best care possible to ensure healthy and happy future pet companions. 3. Not all puppy care is child’s play. Be prepared and organized in keeping up with cleaning and addressing what is needed in progressive growing stages.
As much work as puppies can be they are still a bunch of loving fun.