- TOM'S CORNER: Helping your vehicle survive the frozen tundra The Gazette has partnered with local automotive expert Tom Torbjornsen to publish his weekly national column. Tom's Corner will appear in Thursday's editions.
NATURAL HEALTH: Can modern wheat be the culprit of your sickness?
Are you wondering why so many people are becoming sensitive to wheat? Isn’t it supposed to be healthy, especially if you are eating whole grain? I’m sorry to say, most individuals would benefit if they completely avoided wheat — even if you don’t have Celiac’s disease.
Wheat is not what it once was. It has now been so genetically altered your body does not recognize it. It has been altered in order to feed the masses (people, cows, chicken, farm raised fish, etc.), grow faster, and be resistant to insects and drought. This causes the body to react defensively, which results in the form of inflammation. If you were living in Italy, for example, you may not be affected, as they have banned the altering or genetic modification of their food. Good for them I say. I wish we were that smart, for we’d be far less sick.
A TEACHER'S LAST GIFT: Niagara Falls resident has donated her body to Body Worlds
Patti Zigmont hopes to be teaching and inspiring students into eternity. She just might be able to do that since she donated her body — upon her death — to a German Company that plasticizes human body parts, best known by their traveling exhibits called Body Worlds.
- IN BUSINESS: Maid of the Mist unveils new ad campaign Iconic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore and The Lincoln Memorial have taken on a new look as part of a brand campaign for The Maid of the Mist.
- TOM'S CORNER: From the automotive news desk at America's Car Show The Gazette has partnered with local automotive expert Tom Torbjornsen to publish his weekly national column. Tom's Corner will appear in Thursday's editions.
- Tasting Italy
Tasting Italy: Mediterranean wines and foods flavored the night at Dick and Jenny's
Ryan Seward still remembers the chilly day he toured a small vineyard in the Piedmont region of Italy.
The young man leading the tour, Luca Roagna, was a fourth generation wine maker who knew the exact date every vine in the field had been planted. So enthusiastic about his product, he reached down and grabbed some of the dirt and asked those in the group to smell it. Later, he led his guests through a sampling of wines in a century old cave where giant oak barrels held the family’s revered and carefully created grape elixer.
More flying Wallendas
Lyric and Rietta Wallenda will perform Jan. 25 with the Buffalo Philharmonic
- Erie Canal restoration work in mid 'Flight' Progress is being made on the "initial phase" of Flight of Five canal locks restoration.
- IN BUSINESS: Once again, Wegmans makes Fortune's best company list Those working and shopping at Wegmans on Saturday had a chance to enjoy a little cake -- a celebration of the business once again being named to Fortune magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For.
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