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Ugh, more reasons not to trust our food supply. “So for instance, say Vietnam allows higher residues of veterinary antibiotics in seafood than the U.S. allows, and Vietnam and the U.S. both sign on to the TPP. As a trade partner, the U.S. could be forced to lower its standards to allow for imports of […]

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Post image for Compact Flourescents-More Problems Beyond Mercury

I’ve never really been a fan of compact fluorescent bulbs because of the mercury, though I certainly love to save energy. Now there’s a new concern: harmful ultraviolet radiation. What? A Stony Brook University study says that the University “has proven that CFLs do emit ultraviolet (UV) light rays that can harm human skin cells.” […]

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Post image for Chapter from my Ebook, “Organic Food On A Budget: A Savvy Shopper’s Guide To Organic Food”- FREE

Does this symbol have any valid meaning? No! Do you have trouble figuring out what all of those food label claims mean? Have you heard of “grass fed,” or “all natural,” or “fair trade?” Here’s your guide: Believe it or not there are several varieties of “organic food.” 1. First, and I think best, is […]

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Only $29.95 This is an e-course in an ebook format. Worried about maintaining your access to truly fresh, affordable, healthy food? Thought about growing your own nutritious, organic food but need some guidance from someone who has done it for years? Planting the seeds for organic gardening success from a 20 year backyard organic gardener […]

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From Fatigued To Fabulous Starts tomorrow, Monday, May 6th. My interview goes live at 3pm EST. Tune in to learn something new and green. And, I have two special offers just for participants. “See” you there. http://bit.ly/11hpOpY  

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Can you relate to this? I’ve been there too. Life can be exhausting…but it doesn’t have to be!  Join 15 experts, including me, for a FREE online event that will help take you from fatigued to FABULOUS.  May 6th-10th. Space is limited so sign up now! I’m sharing practical green living tips AND I have […]

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Post image for What’s One New Thing You Are Willing To Do To Nurture Our Planet?

Today is Earth Day! And, clearly our planet needs a lot of care and a big change from the way we humans are living on it. Given that food is our medicine, and we are what we eat, it makes sense to be more conscious of our food choices, particularly how they are grown. Here’s […]

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The Disease of Denial in Our Politicians

by Amy on April 17, 2013

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Washington state Republican House Representative, Ed Orcutt, believes that there should be a “Bicycle Pollution” tax. No, this is not a post from The Onion, though it should be. Mr. Orcutt is concerned about the increased Co2 that he believes is coming from bicylists when their respiration increases from biking. I kid you not. He […]

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Post image for Food Will NOT Cost More Because It’s Labeled for GMO’s

Thinking labeling foods with GMO’s will cost more? Nope. Monsanto hype. Read on: http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_27317.cfm Actually, would we really care if GMO food was more expensive as a result of having to be labeled? I don’t think so. “Monsanto would have you believe that verifying and labeling for non-GMO ingredients is a costly and burdensome affair, […]

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Cheap Homemade Facial Exfoliator

by Amy on March 27, 2013

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This just in…want a cheap easy way to exfoliate your facial skin? Try a paste of baking soda and water, massaged gently into your skin 3-4 times per week.  Your face will shine. Exfoliating clears away dirt and dead skin cells, and stimulates new cell growth. I must try it. You?

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