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Bacillus subtilis and the nutritional benefits of dirt

9/11/2014 - For most of the history of mankind, we lived in close contact with the Earth. The majority of our diet consisted of foods and water that had dirt clinging to it. This dirt was not an inert substance but was a dynamic mineral rich, probiotic infused source of electrochemical energy. The unique soil based...

Dirt is not dirty

7/13/2012 - At present, our culture is overly obsessive about germs, cleanliness, and hygiene. Parents are constantly washing their children's hands, using antibacterial soap, alcohol tinged wipes or changing them the second they have dirt on their clothes. It is natural for children to be as close to nature as...

Children Need More Dirt to be Healthy

1/2/2010 - Researchers from the University of California, San Diego, have found that children who are too clean are at a higher risk of developing inflammation and disease. Normal skin bacteria that act to balance immune response protect the body from overreacting to cuts and other injuries. Excessive cleanliness...

Kids Who Play in the Dirt Have Stronger Immune Systems

9/23/2008 - Since the nineteen fifties, parents have been meticulous about their young children not getting dirty. The 'germ theory' of disease has caused almost a phobic reaction to anything that smacks of grit. Babies are kept in playpens so they won't get in the mud (and also to allow the parents freedom...

IRobot release new Roomba vacuum cleaner that uses minesweeping technology to clean dirt in your home

7/13/2004 - If you enjoy the thought of having a military robot running around your house, go buy a new Roomba. It uses the same technology found in the manufacturer's military robots that are right now helping the U.S. military function as more efficient killing machines in the Middle East. Althought I own an...

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