With farm-to-table foods, markets and restaurants popping up everywhere, it’s no surprise more than three-quarters of moms are actively looking for locally sourced options when grocery shopping for themselves and their families, according to a new survey from the National Milk Life Campaign.1 As one of the original farm-to-table foods, milk often originates from dairy farms about 300 miles away from your grocery store2, and typically arrives in just 48 hours, on average, from many family-owned and operated dairy farms. Yet 77 percent of moms surveyed didn’t realize how far their milk typically travels from farm to glass.
Moms may also have misconceptions about what happens after milk leaves the farm, including what is added to the farm-fresh beverage before it goes to consumers. More than one-third incorrectly believe preservatives are added to milk, and nearly 18 percent think sugar is added. In reality, milk is remarkably simple and contains just three ingredients – milk, vitamin A and vitamin D – and no added sugar. Another third of moms didn’t know that pasteurization is the process that kills bacteria – extending milk’s shelf life and keeping it fresher for longer, ensuring it’s safe to drink.
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That crazy dancing
cow video is back !!!! Ever seen a waltzing cow? No? How about an
amazing Chorus Line of cows? You came to the right place ! Video by Video genius Cyriac. Cow Music by Award winning composer Thomas Schoenberger.
Local theatre company, North Shore Players, presents Ben Elton\\\'s first West End success and 2nd play sandwiched between his other stage work \\\'Gasping\\\' and \\\'Popcorn\\\'.
Although first performed in 1991 at London\\\'s Haymarket Theatre, Silly Cow, is still very relevant in today\\\'s celebrity obsessed culture and will keep you either laughing or on the edge of your seat throughout.
This is the first production staged by North Shore Players and is an ideal summer\\\'s evening of entertainment providing the very best of Elton\\\'s comic stage work. Come along, support some local new talent and indulge in some of the funniest theatre you\\\'ll experience this year!
• Sidney - Jonathan Callinan
• Doris - Claire Buckley
• Peggy - Claire Wingfield
• Douglas - Matt MacDougall
• Eduardo - Dane Dawson
Director - Lynne Davis
Dates & times: Thursday 7th - Saturday 16th March, 8pm at The Rose Centre, Belmont.
Matinee: Sunday 10th March at 2pm. No Mon performances.
Tickets: $25 adults, $20 seniors and students. Group discounts (10+ seats) available.
Bookings: Ph. Richard at The Rose Centre on 445 9900 or email email@example.com.
Visit www.rosecentre.co.nz for more information.
http://debbiewilliamsassociates.co.uk/lean_for_life.htm Healthy fast food using dairy free sauce also curry,chilli and gravy and other sauces to create different dishes everyday to look forward to. Making friends with vegetables will be your greatest ally against disease and helping keeping you slim. Debbie also talks about how you can get raw food into your diet and enjoy it even in the winter. You can see even if you are very lazy (as Debbie admits she is ) there is no excuse to not eat healthy . Adding sprouted seeds to foods after cooking ensures you don\\\'t destroy the enzymes and feed your cells too. This will help with reducing cravings as pointed out autopsies in America ( and other westernised nations) show we are overfed by actually suffering signs of malnutrition. When you live on a diet of highly processed foods the body will send out hunger signals (for many reasons) one of them being an hour or so after eating it realizes there is missing nutrients in this meal, go and get me some please. We interpret this as being hungry and go and eat the first thing we come across and the whole cycle continues. There is a link above to Debbie Williams hypnosis and NLP recording Lean for Life download this and ditch the dairy can help you to break the addiction that many junk foods as well as so called marketed health foods ie \\\'milk and dairy foods have on you. You wouldn\\\'t get down on your hands and knees in a field and suckle of a cow would you? Why not include rat milk or horse milk? One of the reasons we get addicted to dairy is that it contains caso-morphine to ensure the baby has a big desire to drink lots of it. By the time we are 4 years or age most of us lose the ability to fully digest the sugar in milk (lactose) as this is the time we should be fully weaned of our mother\\\'s milk . Drinking milk in adulthood can lead to all sorts of problems one of the best resources for more info is Robert Cohen\\\'s website www.notmilkman.com or my ditch the dairy recording. http://debbiewilliamsassociates.co.uk/ditch_the_dairy.htm