Honest Review of Crazy Bulk’s Anadrole With Customer Reviews, Ingredients, Benefits and Side Effects

Big, Big thanks and shout-out to Kevin of The Well for sharing his first-hand experience and honest opinion about Anadrole.

So after doing some research about the supplement, I, Jane, and Kev have teamed up to write this comprehensive review. 

If you've not already done so, please make sure to read our review disclosure before proceeding - very important!

So that's it from me...

Kevin take over.

Watch! And See How The Good Life Can Be “A Small Good Thing”

A new documentary called A Small Good Thing proposes we can find happiness and connection in simplicity and community without necessarily pursuing a life centered on accruing “stuff.”

The second feature-length film from Award-Winning Pamela Tanner Boll (Born Into Brothels), A Small Good Thing shares five different stories of people who have intentionally chosen to eschew materialism to pursue more holistic happiness.

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TEDx Manhattan: You Be Watchin’!

Do you “binge-watch” the latest episodes of made-for-television dramas and comedies like House of Cards, Breaking Bad, and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt?

Then get ready for a TEDx Manhattan event that might also leave you glued to your iPad for hours…or even breaking out a dance step or two.

“Changing the Way We Eat” speaks to how we can tweak our food system for the better—and you know something?

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Tweet for Your Eats — A TweetChat on a National Food Policy

The idea that food connects us all is ever-present during the holiday season, but the notion of a National Food Policy—guidelines ensuring that those food connections are truly healthy and sustainable—is not something that necessarily graces the table.

But, perhaps it should be.

As we enter into the holiday season, it may be time to think a little more about our food system and ways in which we’d like to see it change.

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Finally! Plant-Based Foods Take Their Place In DC Lobbying Game

For years special interest groups—usually non-profits—advocating for health and wellness products have been on the outside looking in when it comes to beating down the doors of Congress and trying to be serious contenders in the influence game.

Plant-based foods (i.e. pea and soy-based, nut-based, and other non-meat sources) have been the Davids versus the powerful Goliaths (i.e. PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Monsanto, Grocery Manufacturers, American Beverage Association, Nestle, McDonald’s et al.).

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