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EXERCISE OR ALCOHOL. YOUR CHOICE. By James Lanza, CPFI

Apparently, studies now show that drinking alcohol is more important than exercising. Yup. And four cups of coffee a day cures most cancer, eating corn on the cob twice a day cures diabetes, and hey..swallowing small amounts of saliva over … Continue reading

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ANOTHER POP FOR CORN! By James Lanza, CPFI

I went to a friend’s house the other day to do an inventory on food in her refrigerator, pantry, cupboards and storage shelves in the garage. We had a bet that I could find at least twenty percent of foods … Continue reading

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WILD OR FARMED. FISHING FOR THE BEST!

Now that summertime is in full swing, the barbeque grills are coming out of hibernation. Continue reading

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DO YOU WALK THE WALK?

My doctor told me I needed exercise. He told me to walk one mile a day. A month later I was thirty miles from home. Continue reading

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THESE CHILDREN ARE OUR FUTURE

And what a future we’re in for. Continue reading

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