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REDSHOES2011 SparkPoints: (35,936)
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2/4/12 11:16 A

Save paper and get info off the internet via google search.. Just think how many trees are destroyed so we can read about whole living or natural health- if we cut all our trees down our health will take a turn for the worse- there is enough internet media on both subjects to sink ships for a month of sundays..



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Suit up and fight for your life. War is war, no matter what front your fighting..
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NIRERIN Posts: 12,612
2/3/12 6:04 P

i like eating well, though they aren't so great on veg recipes [they have some, just not a lot].

whole living is a joke. there is about one decent article per month and the rest of the articles look and read just like those ads that are supposed to look like articles. btw i only get it because they keep tacking it on to my everyday food subscription. no way i would pay for it. even at the $5 per year they keep trying to get me to give them.

no idea on natural health.

-google first. ask questions later.

FREGGIEQUEEN SparkPoints: (22,676)
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2/3/12 5:22 P

I'm looking into subscribing to a new magazine (I already get Real Simple and Vegetarian Times). Anyone have any opinions on Whole Living or Natural Health? How about Eating Well?

~ Julie - Pittsburgh, PA ~
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