Category Archives: Hungry elders

Heirloom Seed Library in Oklahoma?

You can  actually  check out purple carrots, freckled lettuces and a rainbow of heirloom tomatoes at the  Tulsa City-County Library  where Tulsans can share home-saved garden seeds. The seed library  is a  public, circulating collection of open-pollinated and heirloom seeds. … Continue reading

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Before You Start Your Christmas Shopping….

The Tulsa World‎ published a story on November 22, 2015 Julie DelCour writes: Take a moment and think about this question, which was passed on to me a few months ago (The question came from: Is your grandmother hungry?) Following … Continue reading

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Carrying around a few extra pounds could mean ones body is low on nutrients

40 percent of overweight American adults are deficient in vitamin A, C, D and E, calcium and magnesium, compared to average-weight adults, according to a recent study in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition. The reason that heavier … Continue reading

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