Men are lousy in bed. Period. The typical American male lasts for a minute or two, while a high-performer may last seven, before their eyes cross and their magic wand pops. Here are some exercises to fix that!
To honor your lover’s spirit and temple, we’ve created a gift set that is safe, sexy, and fit for all who have ever fought for love.
This amazing oil is gaining fame for its health-promoting benefits: heart health, antibiotic, anti-viral, anti-diabetic, plus it is slimming.
How many everyday foods are made with Monsanto’s genetically modified corn? Here’s a look at the top frankenfoods in the cereal aisle.
Why does modern food contain only a fraction of the vitamins, antioxidants and other nutrients found in ancient varieties?
Natural weight loss is possible. Here are some tips and tricks for achieving natural weight loss and becoming your healthiest self today!
Did you know that certain foods can either alleviate PMS symptoms or make them much worse? Here are some vital tips as to guide you to picking a PMS diet that allows you feel your best during that ‘ol time of the month
Although small, the thyroid gland plays a huge role in the body, controlling hormone production and regulating metabolism.
Why do Americans eat so much more now compared to in previous decades?
Here are six sensational superfoods that will leave you feeling good on the inside and looking great on the outside.
Move over, Nine 1/2 Weeks, we’re here to put some new sexy (and healthy) food scenes on the map.
Ever wondered about the history of the Food Pyramid? HoneyColony takes an investigative look at how the Ag Industry has (negatively) influenced our diet.
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