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The Heart of a Leader: Insights on the Art of Influence

The Heart of a Leader

by Ken Blanchard

This little book is packed with pithy quotes to help you learn how to be a leader who serves. Hardcover, paperback, or Kindle. Read more »


At-A-Glance QuickNotes Weekly and Monthly Appointment Book

At-a-Glance QuickNotes Weekly and Monthly Appointment Book

by At-A-Glance

Looking for ways to stay organized? Consider this planner. Wire-bound calendar.


Holy Cows & Hog Heaven: The Food Buyer’s Guide to Farm-Friendly Food

Holy Cows & Hog Heaven

by Joel Salatin

Provides relevant perspectives on the future of food systems. Paperback or Kindle. Read more »


FREE: “Egg consumption and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke: dose-response meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies”

Egg Consumption and Risk of Coronary Heart Disease and Stroke

by Ying Rong, Li Chen, Tingting Zhu, Yadong Song, Miao Yu, Zhilei Shan, Amanda Sands, Frank B. Hu, and Liegang Liu

Researchers are increasingly questioning the former recommendation to reduce egg consumption for heart health. This paper reviews several previous studies and concludes that there is not a strong connection between eating eggs and developing heart disease. PDF.


FREE: “Vitamins A, E and fatty acid composition of the eggs of caged hens and pastured hens”

Vitamins A, E and Fatty Acid Composition of the Eggs of Caged Hens and Pastured Hens

by H. D. Karsten, P. H. Patterson, R. Stout, and G. Crews

You already knew intuitively that homegrown eggs from pastured hens were much healthier than those from the store. Here’s the data to prove it. PDF.


Growth Inhibition of Foodborne PathogensFREE: “Growth inhibition of foodborne pathogens and food spoilage organisms by select raw honeys”

by Melissa A. Mundo, Olga I. Padilla-Zakour, and Randy W. Worobo

Interesting study demonstrating the effects raw honey has on harmful bacteria. PDF.