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What more could you ask for? Great destinations, high adventure, tasty vegetarian food, and friendly people.

Celebrate Easter week in Antigua and explore the Mayan ruins of Tikal, March 28 to April 5, 2002.

Join us on June 14, 2002 for an 8-day whale-watching trip to Alaska on a small ship.

See Photos of Past Adventures to Amazon, Costa Rica, and Peru

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   January, 2002    Vol. 1   No.1



Dear Subscribers,
Thanks for subscribing to our new newsletter.  This is the first issue of the e-newsletter.  I hope you will find it a valuable resource.  Please feel free to print this newsletter and share it.  Also, invite your friends to subscribe if they might be interested.

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  Halitosis Is More Than Bad Breath

This article begins a series exploring the health of your intestinal tract.  Consider the  strongest contact with the world around you is through your food, processed and absorbed by your intestine. 


Halitosis, also known as oral malodor and bad breath, is a common and distressing condition in which objectionable odors are present in mouth air.  Between 50% and 60% of the people in Western countries suffer from this chronic condition.

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  Vegetarians Live Longer

In a study titled Ten Years of Life.  Is it a Matter of Choice? By Gray Fraser in the July 9, 2001 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine found that Seventh Day Adventists, who overall have healthier habits, have a longer life expectancy at the age of 30 years than does the average American.

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  Immediate Harm From One Fatty Meal

A study titled Post-prandial remnant lipids impair arterial compliance by Paul J. Nestel in the February 2001 issue Journal of the American College of Cardiology found a 27% decrease in the arterial compliance after a single meal consisting of 67% of the calories as fat.1

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  Featured Recipes

White Beans Mexicali
Spicy Vegetable Bean Dip
Vegetable Salad
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