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Beyond Prevention: Chemical in Broccoli Kills Cancer Cells

Beyond Prevention: Chemical in Broccoli Kills Cancer Cells

New research has identified one of the key cancer-fighting mechanisms for sulforaphane, and suggests that this much-studied phytochemical may be able to move beyond cancer prevention and toward therapeutic use for advanced prostate cancer.

25+ Ways to Keep Food from Spoiling

25+ Ways to Keep Food from Spoiling

According to a report from August 2012 by the National Resources Defense Council, America wastes about 40 percent of its food supply. Let that sink in for a moment. Imagine going into your kitchen and just throwing away 4 pounds of food for every 10 pounds you have.

How an Old Swimming Pool Changed the Way We Look at Food

How an Old Swimming Pool Changed the Way We Look at Food

McClung’s goal was to feed a family of five and within a calendar year, their Garden Pool saved the family 75 percent on their grocery bills.

Best Protein Sources When Society Ends As We Know It

Best Protein Sources When Society Ends As We Know It

Even more important is a sustainable supply of protein-based foods. There are several options for survivalists and preppers, including vegan gardening, domesticated animals, and hunting and fishing.

Extending Your Growing Season in Winter: Can Your Garden Survive the Cold?

Surviving the Cold: Extending Your Growing Season in Winter

If you live in cold weather regions, extending your growing season with hoop houses and cold frames could save your crop and even your life, if it means the difference in whether or not your family has enough food to eat.

How To Get All Your Chickens To Lay In All Their Nest Boxes

How To Get All Your Chickens To Lay In All Their Nest Boxes

here is an easy solution to getting your chickens to lay eggs in all of their nest boxes.

Organic Food Activists Take Thanksgiving Fight to Monsanto’s Front Lawn

Taking the Thanksgiving Fight to Monsanto's Front Lawn

People around the country are pledging to make their Thanksgiving feasts as organic, local, non-GMO, and pesticide-free as possible.

Prepare Your Garden for Winter with Cheap Green Manure

Prepare Your Garden for Winter with Cheap Green Manure

For some reason, God doesn’t seem to like bare soil. Nature is designed to cover the ground, either through the falling of leaves from above or via colonization by plants.

Patience: The Key To Homesteading and Gardening Success

Patience: The Key To Homesteading and Gardening Success

Have patience and gardening success will come your way. Plant a tree today and you’ll make the future just a little bit brighter.

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