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Whatever Happened to President Gore?
Bio-Based
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 23:21
Everywhere USA, January 2016—Al Gore, who many people still feel had the presidency stolen from him in 2000, is one of the first recognizable faces of the environmental movement.

Back in 2006, he sent ripples throughout the political world when he released his enormously successful book, An Inconvenient Truth. His environmental leadership dates back much further, however: He was traveling the country warning about the impending climate crisis as far back as the early 1990s, and as Vice-President under Bill Clinton, Gore was a key proponent of U.S. and international participation in the Kyoto Protocol, an ultimately unsuccessful effort to align international efforts on greenhouse gas emissions reductions back in 1997. 
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Mindless and Harmful
Health
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 23:14
Everywhere, USA, January 2016—There was a time when the word “diet” was only associated with weight loss. Those times are changing... In recent years, science and technology have taught us much about the ways that nutrition and specific foods can alter the entire function and overall health of our human systems. We now know that the foods we choose to put in our bodies can positively or negatively affect so much more than just our weight, metabolism or cholesterol levels. We are quickly learning that we must view diet as an individualized, life-long health plan, rather than just a means to lose weight.
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Fit to Retire
Health
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 23:02
Franklin, Massachusetts, January 2016—Financial Advisor This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , was recently certified as a Fit-To-Retire® coach, qualifying him to provide a systematic and holistic approach to help individuals, couples and small business owners make the transition to a successful retirement.

Using Fit-To-Retire’s exclusive psychometrically-designed readiness assessment tools and protocols, Hollosy measures an individual’s or couple’s degree of readiness and enthusiasm in financial and non-financial areas of retirement. Upon completion of the complimentary readiness assessment, Hollosy helps build a customized Pre-Retirement Checklist and 100-Day Playbook for each client, to include action items that help prepare individuals for retirement. 
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Liberated Foods
Health
Tuesday, 22 December 2015 17:35
Madison, Alabama, December 2015—We’d like to introduce Liberated Specialty Foods™ (LSF), an ‘everything free’ baking company—free of artificial coloring, preservatives or sweeteners.

And though they’ve not been around that long, they’re calling themselves pioneers in the grain-free and Paleo food retailing group. And they’re out to transform healthy eating. Here’s a hint as to how they’re doing it.

Led by founder Stacey Schlaman, LSF opened its doors in May of this year to provide delectable and grain-free foods for those requiring GAPS, SCD, Paleo or other diets for medical reasons, and for those who want to improve their general fitness. Committed to the production of both sweet and savory foods that go “Beyond Paleo,” LSF products range from rich almond bread, cheesy pizza crusts and satisfying cinnamon rolls, to smooth and flavorful ketchups, mayonnaises and pasta sauces.

Schlaman has been an advocate of healthy eating and exercise for years.
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Lose It!

Health
Tuesday, 22 December 2015 17:10
London, England, U.K., December 2015—There’s a new weight loss app making more than a few heads turn. It’s already working in England, where six out of ten English men and five of ten English women are now obese. But Americans are even fatter. 70 percent of U.S. men have completely lost sight of their feet, as have 57.6 percent of US women.

To counter all this bloat, Lose It! was launched as an app-based weight loss program. So far, it has helped some 25 million people around the world lose millions of pounds (or stone, if you hail from Great Britain.)
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What the Polar Bear Tells Us
Bio-Based
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 23:10
Everywhere, The World, January 2016—The image of a polar bear standing on a shrinking iceberg has become an iconic symbol of global warming, yet few of us realize just how important the Arctic’s ice is, wherever we may live on the earth. Researchers consider the Arctic to be an “indicator region” for the rest of the planet, given that even small differences in temperature there can have profound ecosystem impacts and can give us a better idea of the types of problems we can all expect down the road.
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Jackfruit
Health
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 22:55
Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 2016—The word sounds a bit strange, but it’s definitely a fruit, and one that’s been around for eons, like soy, the moringa tree and other ancient foods and spices. The problem, as it has been in the past for several of the ‘old’ foods is distance from market and finding ways to formulate it.

Now Jackfruit has come of age.

This fruit is different from your run-of-the-mill apple, peach or pear, because it’s much larger, loaded in fiber and somewhat akin to a meat disguising itself as a fruit.
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Cat’s Meow
Business
Tuesday, 22 December 2015 17:22
St. Louis, Missouri, December 2015—Holiday gift giving is not just for humans, you know. And while dogs and their owners seem to get most of the credit, many cat (kitty to you, no matter how old) owners are planning on purchasing a gift for their purring pals this year.

Friskies®, a well known and respected brand for decades, will more than likely play a big part in this move, with their new Pull ‘n Play™, a must-have gift for kitties. The latest innovation in cat snacks, Pull ‘n Play features the first-ever tender, edible strings for cats. It’s a whole new way to treat and play with your cat.
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SANA Speaks
Health
Tuesday, 22 December 2015 16:56
Everywhere, December 2015—The soybean has been planted and grown on this far and wide on this earth for centuries, but it’s only been recently (late 19th century) when soyfoods began being developed for human consumption.

At first, eating soy wasn’t a terribly engaging experience—but as technology improved, it became possible to eat soyfoods and soy-enhanced foods with pleasure. Today they not only taste like the real thing, the mouthfeel and texture is the same as eating red meat, fowl, or even fish.
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