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  • Fake Olive Oil: What You Need To Know

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    Megan Stoll
    2 Mar 2015 | 10:45 am
    You’d have to live in a cave to not have heard about the health benefits of olive oil. It’s a monounsaturated fat that is a major component of the Mediterranean diet and is believed to be a factor why people in that area of the world are some of the healthiest and long-lived.Olive oil has been used medicinally for over 5,000 years. Its health benefits are legendary. It has been found to boost the immune system, increase bone density, prevent cancer, strokes, and heart disease, lower blood pressure, and reduce your risk of diabetes.And if that isn’t enough, it seems that olive oil can…
  • 7 Toxins Harming Your Brain Right Now

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    Brandon May
    23 Mar 2015 | 8:02 am
    Some of the most common substances found in everyday life are harming our cognitive function right now. Along with pesticides, you have substances like BPA, phthalates, mercury, lead, benzene, and flame retardants that are affecting you, even if you don’t realize it. Hidden in your home and office, you are exposed to toxic chemicals on a daily basis, and your brain is taking the brunt of it. 7 Toxins Harming Your Brain Your brain controls every aspect of your body, giving directions to cells and the nervous system. It is essential for supporting good mood and clear thinking, helping to…
  • A wedding in Korea

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    rhonda jean
    24 Mar 2015 | 11:02 am
    Sunny and Jamie are over in South Korea at the moment enjoying some family time. They went over for the wedding of Sunny's younger sister Sung Ji, who married Dong Ho Choi. He is a career soldier in the South Korean army. Sunny sent some of the family wedding photos and said I can share some of them here.   Sung Ji and Dong Ho being saluted by the soldiers. And here is the guard of
  • Top 5 Popular GMO Foods to Avoid

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    Megan Stoll
    19 Feb 2015 | 4:14 pm
    As you’ve already known, GMO foods are extremely unsafe because of the countless health risks and life-threatening diseases that they can cause in the long run. Even if consumers are now more aware about the negative effects of GMOs, greedy manufacturers still continue to produce and sell them to this day. They certainly won’t be stopping anytime soon, therefore it’s up to us to be more meticulous when it comes to buying safer foods.Several studies have found that sugar beets, soy, canola, cotton, and corn are the top 5 crops that are often genetically-modified. These popular crops are…
  • 7 Natural and Healthy Foods To Boost Your Mood

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    Megan Stoll
    17 Mar 2015 | 10:01 am
    We did a little research and compared recent studies in order to build the ultimate list of healthy foods, which can help in our constant fight against stress, anxiety and depression. Feel free to browse through the pages and see which healthy foods to eat in order to feel happier.Dark ChocolateIt's no surprise that chocolate is first on our list, but it's good to know that there is a little science behind the theory that eating chocolate makes us happy. Consuming dark chocolate every day for two weeks (1.4 ounces of it) will reduce the stress hormones, cortisol included. According to the…
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  • 7 Natural and Healthy Foods To Boost Your Mood

    Megan Stoll
    17 Mar 2015 | 10:01 am
    We did a little research and compared recent studies in order to build the ultimate list of healthy foods, which can help in our constant fight against stress, anxiety and depression. Feel free to browse through the pages and see which healthy foods to eat in order to feel happier.Dark ChocolateIt's no surprise that chocolate is first on our list, but it's good to know that there is a little science behind the theory that eating chocolate makes us happy. Consuming dark chocolate every day for two weeks (1.4 ounces of it) will reduce the stress hormones, cortisol included. According to the…
  • 10 Natural Tips To Beat Chronic Stress

    Megan Stoll
    2 Mar 2015 | 1:07 pm
    "If you really knew what was happening to you when you are stressed, you would freak out. It's not pretty," I said during the 2013 Third Metric women's conference.I wasn't exaggerating. Chronic stress has become epidemic in our society, where faster seems better and we pack more obligations into our ever-expanding schedules.Research has confirmed the havoc stress can wreak, with one meta-analysis involving 300 studies finding that chronic stress could damage immunity. Another study found stressed-out women had significantly higher waist circumference compared to non-stressed women.Experts…
  • Fake Olive Oil: What You Need To Know

    Megan Stoll
    2 Mar 2015 | 10:45 am
    You’d have to live in a cave to not have heard about the health benefits of olive oil. It’s a monounsaturated fat that is a major component of the Mediterranean diet and is believed to be a factor why people in that area of the world are some of the healthiest and long-lived.Olive oil has been used medicinally for over 5,000 years. Its health benefits are legendary. It has been found to boost the immune system, increase bone density, prevent cancer, strokes, and heart disease, lower blood pressure, and reduce your risk of diabetes.And if that isn’t enough, it seems that olive oil can…
  • 8 Healthy And Delicious Take-To-Work Snacks

    Megan Stoll
    20 Feb 2015 | 3:04 pm
    These nutritious treats on crackers are going to annihilate your midday junk food cravings and show NO REMORSE. Most healthy snacks offer very little textural contrast — they’re either all smushy, like smoothies and oatmeal, or all crunchy, like pretzels and granola bars. Having a little crunch with a little something creamy is more satisfying. I like crispbread crackers (like this) for the task because there is just the right amount of surface area to make things interesting without overdoing it. Their size also gives you a nutritional assist in the moderation department.There are many…
  • Top 5 Popular GMO Foods to Avoid

    Megan Stoll
    19 Feb 2015 | 4:14 pm
    As you’ve already known, GMO foods are extremely unsafe because of the countless health risks and life-threatening diseases that they can cause in the long run. Even if consumers are now more aware about the negative effects of GMOs, greedy manufacturers still continue to produce and sell them to this day. They certainly won’t be stopping anytime soon, therefore it’s up to us to be more meticulous when it comes to buying safer foods.Several studies have found that sugar beets, soy, canola, cotton, and corn are the top 5 crops that are often genetically-modified. These popular crops are…
 
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  • Hydrolyzed fish fertilizer tested in organic vegetable production

    25 Mar 2015 | 10:51 am
    A two-year study evaluated an organic fish fertilizer in a squash/collard rotation, and compared its effectiveness to inorganic sources. Although yields were reduced in the crops grown with hydrolyzed fish fertilizer treatments, economic analyses showed that premium prices and potential profits associated with organic products were enough to offset reduced yield. The authors said that the use of hydrolyzed fish fertilizer could be an economically feasible option in organic vegetable production.
  • Computer sims: In climatic tug of war, carbon released from thawing permafrost wins handily

    18 Mar 2015 | 12:39 pm
    There will be a lot more carbon released from thawing permafrost than the amount taken in by more Arctic vegetation, according to new computer simulations. The findings are from an Earth system model that is the first to represent permafrost processes as well as the dynamics of carbon and nitrogen in the soil. Simulations using the model showed that by the year 2300, if climate change continues unchecked, the net loss of carbon to the atmosphere from Arctic permafrost would range from between 21 petagrams and 164 petagrams. That's equivalent to between two years and 16 years of human-induced…
  • Traditional beliefs promote sustainability in West Africa

    4 Mar 2015 | 8:02 am
    Sacred forests and traditional beliefs are shaping sustainable farming practices in communities in West Africa, according to new research. Scientists carried out a unique 18-month study in Liberia, examining the traditional agriculture of the Loma people where farmers do not use industrial farming practices or artificial fertilizers. They found sacred forests and ancestral lands were valued more than short-term economic gain through increasing food production.
  • Climate-warmed leaves change lake ecosystems

    25 Feb 2015 | 6:43 am
    Rising soil temperatures significantly affect autumn leaves and consequently the food web, appearance and biochemical makeup of the lakes and ponds those leaves fall into, a new study finds.
  • Scientists Use Knowledge from the Food Industry to Understand Mass Extinction

    30 Jan 2015 | 9:17 am
    The close of the Permian Period around 250 million years ago saw Earth's biggest extinction ever. At this time large volcanic eruptions were occurring in what is now Siberia. The volcanoes pumped out gases that led to acid rain. Falling on the supercontinent Pangaea, the acid rain killed off end-Permian forests. The demise of forests led to soil erosion and the production of organic-rich sediments in shallow marine waters.
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  • 6 Avoidable Risk Factors for Asthma

    Brandon May
    26 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    Many of us would agree there’s nothing worse than difficulty breathing, and while there are many conditions out there, I want to talk to you today about asthma. A terrible respiratory condition, it can greatly affect one’s quality of life. If you’re living with asthma, it’s likely you already know your triggers, but there might be some things you weren’t aware of. Perhaps you’ve been newly diagnosed and wish to keep attacks at a minimum. That said, here are 6 avoidable risk factors I want to share with you. 1. Obesity When a person has a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher, that…
  • 5 Crazy Facts about Poop

    Brandon May
    25 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    This post might not be for the squeamish, but give it a chance! From a scientific standpoint, human feces can be a very interesting thing; if nothing else, all the buzz around using methane gas (harvested from manure) as an energy source is huge. So hold on for this one: here’s 5 crazy facts about poop that may surprise you. The Scoop on Poop Using animal and human wastes for good purposes, such as energy production or upcycling, is nothing new. It’s only recently that we’ve been seeing a greater, and more serious, conversation about these ideas. Here’s some of the beneficial ways…
  • 6 Toxins that Destroy Your Thyroid

    Brandon May
    24 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    Some people believe that the thyroid is the “heart” of the endocrine system. As one of the largest endocrine glands, it plays an important role in maintaining energy levels and secreting hormones—among other things. When the thyroid’s working properly, it’s business as usual. Unfortunately, nasty chemicals can play a huge role in problems. The Dangers of Thyroid Toxins Toxins are present in our environment, and there’s very little we can do to eliminate all of them. We can, however, limit our exposure to toxic compounds, reducing the likelihood of experiencing issues with our…
  • Support GMO Labeling in New England!

    Brandon May
    23 Mar 2015 | 2:17 pm
    The Organic Consumers Association is working hard to support LD 991, a bill that will require GM foods to sport a label on its packaging. This push is just one in a long line of many by people like you who support transparency in our food system. If we can get Maine, among other states, to start labeling GMO foods, we can slowly get the country to support our efforts. Maine Needs Your Support! The Organic Consumers Association needs the necessary funds to bring this bill into visibility, not to mention to support the move toward making the bill into law. Donations are being welcomed at any…
  • 7 Toxins Harming Your Brain Right Now

    Brandon May
    23 Mar 2015 | 8:02 am
    Some of the most common substances found in everyday life are harming our cognitive function right now. Along with pesticides, you have substances like BPA, phthalates, mercury, lead, benzene, and flame retardants that are affecting you, even if you don’t realize it. Hidden in your home and office, you are exposed to toxic chemicals on a daily basis, and your brain is taking the brunt of it. 7 Toxins Harming Your Brain Your brain controls every aspect of your body, giving directions to cells and the nervous system. It is essential for supporting good mood and clear thinking, helping to…
 
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  • Weekend reading

    rhonda jean
    26 Mar 2015 | 11:22 am
    The leaves are starting to turn yellow and soon they'll fall, but it's still hot and humid in my neck of the woods. I'm hoping cooler weather arrives soon.  Whatever you do this weekend, I hope you enjoy yourself.  See you next week! Simple living inspiration - I recommend this to you. These are unique events and, I expect, will be honest, enlightening and inspirational. I'm so sad to
  • A wedding in Korea

    rhonda jean
    24 Mar 2015 | 11:02 am
    Sunny and Jamie are over in South Korea at the moment enjoying some family time. They went over for the wedding of Sunny's younger sister Sung Ji, who married Dong Ho Choi. He is a career soldier in the South Korean army. Sunny sent some of the family wedding photos and said I can share some of them here.   Sung Ji and Dong Ho being saluted by the soldiers. And here is the guard of
  • Planning for retirement

    rhonda jean
    23 Mar 2015 | 11:19 am
    Dear friends, I've opened the Simple, Green Frugal Co-op blog again. I started the blog back in 2008 with a group of bloggers I invited to join me. When things got busy, I retired it but now it's back with its unique take on simple life.  Click here to go there. = = = ♥︎ = = = I unintentionally fell into retirement when I stopped working because my head was about to explode. When I tried to
  • Homemade cleaning cloths

    rhonda jean
    22 Mar 2015 | 11:00 am
    During the week as I was ironing I came across a pillow case that was frayed and very thin in a few places. It came in a set of a fitted sheet, top sheet and two pillow cases and to the best of my knowledge it's about ten years old. A lovely pair of blue and white check sheets that I always enjoyed using and thought looked lovely and fresh on the bed. Oh well, all good things must end, the rest
  • Easter at the Nundle Go For Gold Festival

    rhonda jean
    20 Mar 2015 | 7:09 am
    If you've ever been to Nundle NSW, you'll know it's an old gold mining area. Tucked into the rolling hills between the coast and Tamworth, it's a beautiful area with a lot to offer driving tourists. If you're looking for something to do on Easter Saturday and Sunday, look no further than Nundle. That is the weekend of the Nundle Go For Gold Festival. While you're there, pop in and treat
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  • The Recipe of the Day app — Cooking inspiration from Williams-Sonoma

    Culinate staff
    16 Mar 2015 | 1:05 pm
    We’re pleased to announce the arrival of the Williams-Sonoma Recipe of the Day app — our just-released offering for iPad and iPhone. Elegant to behold and simple to manage, Recipe of the Day delivers you one delicious, seasonally matched, Williams-Sonoma recipe for every day of the week, 365 days a year.Recipe of the Day is a subscription-based app; purchase a subscription, and you’ll receive recipe inspiration on an ongoing basis. The base app, available on the App Store, gives you 28 recipes to whet your appetite: recipes from the previous two weeks, this week, and — delivered on…
  • Joy of Cooking app — A new tool for the kitchen

    Kim Carlson
    5 Jun 2014 | 2:36 pm
    We are pleased to announce the Joy of Cooking app for iPad — the latest Culinate app, now available on Apple's App Store. But as is the case with all of the Culinate apps, this one isn’t just our baby; it is the result of a multi-year collaboration with the Joy of Cooking Trust and Scribner, the book’s publisher.Self-published in 1931 by the inimitable Irma Rombauer and updated in subsequent editions by her descendants — Marion Becker, Ethan Becker, and now, John Becker — Joy of Cooking is one of the preeminent cookbooks in the United States. We couldn’t be more happy to have…
  • Welcome to the Culinate archives — An update

    Kim Carlson
    28 Mar 2014 | 9:46 am
    For seven years beginning in January 2007, Culinate was updated frequently; however, at this time we are no longer adding content to the website. We hope now that you will explore our rich and varied archives. Within those archives you’ll find thousands of recipes — from our kitchens, but also from our contributors and from cookbooks we’ve enjoyed. You’ll also find stories related to home cooking and food choices; essays about eating and cooking; summaries of current news stories about food; and interviews with notable people in the world of food. There are reviews and excerpts of…
  • Kale in the raw — Eight versions of kale salad

    Erika Szymanski
    21 Mar 2014 | 10:51 am
    Sure, some people are so over kale already. (Bacon, too.) But kale (like bacon) is incredibly versatile. Which makes me believe that the hardy green is well on its way to becoming a staple in our diets.I agree that kale chips are fun, and kale-stuffed lasagne makes for a nice change. And I’ll always throw a handful into soups. But kale salad is my core dish. I can whip up a big bowl after the farmer’s market on Saturday and have portions of yummy nourishment for nearly the whole week. more… from The Culinate 8
  • All clear! — Rhode Island clear clam chowder

    Adam Ried
    13 Mar 2014 | 7:57 am
    For most of us, the words “clam chowder” instantly conjure the same image: a bowl of white, milky broth with chopped clams and plenty of potatoes. And that’s exactly what you’ll get when you order a bowl throughout most of coastal New England, the chowder epicenter of America. more… from Adam’s Rib
 
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  • Designer's toolkit for dynamic DNA nanomachines: Arm-waving nanorobot signals new flexibility in DNA origami

    26 Mar 2015 | 12:16 pm
    Researchers have demonstrated a new approach to joining -- and reconfiguring -- modular DNA building units, by snapping together complementary shapes instead of zipping together strings of base pairs. This not only opens the way for practical nanomachines with moving parts, but also offers a toolkit that makes it easier to program their self-assembly.
  • Simple method of binding pollutants in water

    26 Mar 2015 | 5:27 am
    New types of membrane adsorbers remove unwanted particles from water and also, at the same time, dissolved substances such as the hormonally active bisphenol A or toxic lead. To do this, researchers have imbedded selective adsorber particles in filtration membranes.
  • Misuse of sustainability concept may lead to even more toxic chemical materials

    26 Mar 2015 | 5:24 am
    Replacement of toxic chemical components by non-toxic natural analogs is a popular approach in sustainable projects. A new study has shown that partial replacement of chemical compounds by their natural analogs may surprisingly lead to even more toxic products.
  • Desalination with nanoporous graphene membrane

    25 Mar 2015 | 6:03 pm
    Desalination is an energy-intensive process, which concerns those wanting to expand its application. Now, a team of experimentalists has demonstrated an energy-efficient desalination technology that uses a porous membrane made of strong, slim graphene -- a carbon honeycomb one atom thick.
  • New form of ice: Square ice filling for a graphene sandwich

    25 Mar 2015 | 11:02 am
    Water exists in myriad forms, and for poets and scientists alike this structurally simple yet at the same time behaviourally complex molecule never fails to fascinate. In our everyday lives we are familiar with water in its more common liquid, ice and vapour forms. Scientists also study water under more extreme conditions, including at high pressures, where it can exist in the solid state even at room temperature.
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  • Spring Pea and Chevre Souffle {#SundaySupper}

    foodietots
    21 Mar 2015 | 10:55 pm
    Anyone else wake up to snow on the first day of spring? Thankfully not enough for another snow day, but still. March is always full of crazy weather here in the mid-Atlantic; it was 70 degrees on Monday, before the snow! But as the weather eventually warms up, new fresh produce will soon be appearing at the farmers market. Peas may not be ready quite yet — we just planted them in the preschool garden this past week — but chickens are laying eggs! And it’s kidding season, which means fresh goat cheese (chèvre) from local farms, too. My dish for this week’s Sunday…
  • Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast {#SundaySupper}

    foodietots
    7 Mar 2015 | 10:25 pm
    Do you ever flip through vintage cookbooks and marvel at the things people used to eat? I recently saw a blue cheese jello mold that was pretty frightening. Of course, you have to be cautious about looking through them with kids, who might suddenly want to make something they see. But sometimes vintage recipes stand the test of time. Sunday Supper is celebrating retro recipes this week and I thought it would be fun to make an old comfort food recipe my mother used to make — Creamed Chipped Beef. Now, I always assumed this was a New England recipe — my mother’s parents hailed…
  • Smoked Cheddar Pepperoni Pull-Apart Bread

    foodietots
    30 Jan 2015 | 9:10 am
    Okay, so I know baked cheesy pull-apart bread is hardly a new idea. I’ve seen versions of them popping up on blogs for months. But for some reason, they never really caught my attention until I saw someone share one made with smoked gouda. We used to buy smoked gouda at our old neighborhood farmers market weekly, and it’s still a favorite in my mac and cheese. Something about the word “smoked” suddenly made this crave-worthy. I happened to have some maple-smoked cheddar in the fridge, so I picked up a nice crusty loaf of bread at the market and we made this for lunch…
  • Pate with Degas: Foodie Tots Cook the Arts

    foodietots
    3 Dec 2014 | 8:21 am
    When she’s not scouting out the city’s best falafel or macarons, the foodie tot is a ballet dancer. She’s been, at her own request, in ballet classes since age two. Her program focuses their learning units around a story time to draw the kids in and keep them engaged. One day, she came out of class and struck a pose, announcing, “I’m Marie!” It turns out they had read a story about Degas’ famed sculpture, Little Dancer Aged Fourteen. She wanted to know if we could go to the National Gallery to see the sculpture. As luck would have it (or perhaps it…
  • Kids Cook: Cider-Braised Bok Choy and Sausage #52NewFoods {Giveaway}

    foodietots
    24 Oct 2014 | 9:07 am
    A fellow family-food blogger, and creator of the game “Crunch a Color,” Jennifer Lee, has a new book out next week: The 52 New Foods Challenge: A Family Cooking Adventure for Each Week of the Year, with 150 Recipes. The premise of the challenge is simply to cook a new food item together each week. In addition to recipes, the book offers advice for shopping together (at the farmers market, preferably) and other strategies to help children develop a healthy relationship with food. And then it leads you through 52 foods grouped by season with kid-tested recipes. I particularly like…
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  • Hunting for Dinner: Roast duck breast

    Jamie Carlson
    18 Mar 2015 | 6:15 pm
    This last hunting season was a hard one for me, I didn’t get out as much as I had hoped and the little hunting I did wasn’t as fruitful as I needed it to be. I didn’t shoot a deer this year and I didn’t get as many squirrels as I usually do. On the plus side, I did spend some time grouse hunting and actually came away with several grouse. I also did really well on ducks this year. I didn’t get out very many times but my good friend Eric Passe down in Wabasha put me on some ducks on the days I did get out, so I have plenty of duck in the freezer.I don’t know what it is about ducks,…
  • Vino 101: J’accuse! Wine frauds and scandals

    Mike Healan
    5 Mar 2015 | 3:59 pm
    While the wine trade enjoys a romantic public image, it is a business, and a cutthroat one at that. And, like any other business, it has had its share of unscrupulous operators. The first fraud involving wine probably arose shortly after it was initially recognized as a valuable commodity many thousands of years ago, and the ensuing years have only seen the schemes grow more ingenious, even as more controls have been put in place to stop them. The history of scandal in the wine business is not only long and colorful; it also has much to say about our complicated relationship with this…
  • Hunting for Dinner: Attempting the perfect polenta

    Jamie Carlson
    27 Feb 2015 | 2:28 pm
    Nobody is ever going to mistake me for a vegetarian, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like vegetables. I just don’t think I could live off them alone. After all, meat is a central part of most everything I do. I hunt, fish and trap a lot of meat. There really isn’t anything out there that I won’t eat. But that said, it is probably time I started making more vegetable-themed meals. I don’t even know what is considered vegetarian.  I have a few friends and family members that are vegetarians but they still eat fish and eggs and cheese. I’m not sure that counts as being vegetarian…
  • Kids Cook French: Eggs Jeannette

    Claudine Pépin
    20 Feb 2015 | 8:20 am
    As a society, we have tried to encourage kids to eat healthy foods by hiding them, disguising them as something else, or pouring processed cheese sauce on them, and I think that we do a disservice to children by doing so. Children don’t come into the world eating only chicken nuggets, pizza, and french fries. They will eat the food that they are given. That’s the food that they will become used to and like. So, if we feed them only “kid” food, those are the tastes they will develop. If, however, we feed them all sorts of foods, they will eat them as well. Our daughter, Shorey, eats…
  • Kitchen DIY: Tumeric and cumin spiced potatoes

    Shamim Rashid
    14 Feb 2015 | 5:22 pm
    The potato craving usually hits hard in the winter when I need some good ol’ comfort food that will stick to my ribs and satisfy my need for warmth — if only for a while. These potatoes, spiced with turmeric and green chilies does just that.I usually use sweet potatoes in my cooking since it's the healthier option and they contain a ton of good stuff, especially vitamins A and C. But for this recipe only a good old-fashioned potato will do, in a dish I call "batata fry."Tear off a warm piece of ghee-soaked roti, use it to envelope a couple of spiced potatoes and a bit of the green chili…
 
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  • 8 Easy Tips for Reducing Your Exposure to Everyday Toxins

    Shawn
    3 Mar 2015 | 8:35 am
    This article, 8 Easy Tips for Reducing Your Exposure to Everyday Toxins, was originally published at Natural Health Ezine. As we know, toxins are pretty much everywhere in today’s world. Our modern-day conveniences are often responsible for the high presence of toxins in our workplaces and homes, and in our foods and drinks. In the past, I thought on this fact and it made me upset and even somewhat worried. Thankfully, I now realize that I do not have to be a helpless victim of my environment. Some years ago, my wife and I began to make simple, yet significant lifestyle changes that reduce…
  • 4 Awesome Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

    Bob
    3 Feb 2015 | 8:02 am
    This article, 4 Awesome Health Benefits of Coconut Oil, was originally published at Natural Health Ezine. Think back to the last time you were in the grocery store. Do you remember walking down the aisle with all of those nutritional supplements? Those brightly colored bottles advertising weight loss, better skin, shinier hair, or the prevention of a number of diseases- all wanting you to pick them up and place them in your cart. But instead of trying something that comes out of a plastic container, what if you could try a more natural way to obtain all of those advantages? Well the good news…
  • A New Year Health Challenge for You!

    Bob
    26 Dec 2014 | 8:37 am
    This article, A New Year Health Challenge for You!, was originally published at Natural Health Ezine. How many times have you “tried harder” to improve your health? How many times have you “tried harder” than the last time, only to fail again? You probably beat yourself up afterwards. You probably told yourself that if you just tried harder the next time around, you’d succeed. Here’s a secret: no you wouldn’t. Trying harder has never been your issue. Instead, you should be trying different. Trying simpler. Most people overcomplicate the process of improving their health. They…
  • Baking soda air freshener for your car

    Terrie
    11 Dec 2014 | 8:39 am
    This article, Baking soda air freshener for your car, was originally published at Natural Health Ezine. I always had a hunch that artificial air fresheners were giving me headaches. Now I read an article that points to a study that shows why… GOT A HEADACHE OR IRRITATED EYES? You could be experiencing an allergic reaction to your car air freshener, says Daniel Swartz, executive director of the Children’s Environmental Health Network, a nonprofit Washington, D.C.-based consumer safety organization. Conventional car fresheners contain troublesome chemicals like petroleum…
  • Rooibos and Honeybush Tea Health Benefits

    Carol
    3 Dec 2014 | 7:51 am
    This article, Rooibos and Honeybush Tea Health Benefits, was originally published at Natural Health Ezine. I love tea. I read books about tea. I’ve taken classes in tea. And, I pour over all the tea catalogs that come in the mail as much, if not more than, the seed catalogs in the winter. Rooibos It was in one of these tea catalogs that I first discovered Rooibos tea. “Hmmm,” I thought. “I wonder what this tastes like.” Let me tell you what it tastes like. Sweet. Fruity. Delicious. Our family has almost replaced our “Southern Brew” with iced Rooibos in the summertime. Only…
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  • You're Invited!

    Emily
    12 Mar 2015 | 8:09 am
    Hello LocalHarvest readers! I know it's been quite awhile since you've heard from me.  The truth is, after 200+ entries on this blog, I started to feel a bit burned out.  I felt I was repeating myself and struggling to come up with topics that seemed worthy of writing about.  As I was new to farming when I started the blog, it was easy to write about all the new things I was discovering.  As time went by, the cycle on the farm means the same things happen year after year.  It took some time off to get a feel for how I can make those things fresh again.  Blogging…
  • Gifting Local

    Emily
    26 Dec 2013 | 8:41 am
    Did you miss me?  Even my own mother asked recently about what happened to my blog!  The truth is simply that I've been busy, and other things took priority. This year has been even busier, if that is possible. A big part of this is that neither Dan or I have off farm jobs for the first time. It takes a lot of hard work to make this happen, and we are grateful that we have been able to pull it off since January. However, it's a bit nerve wracking heading into the winter- the farm stand is closed until Memorial Day weekend 2014, neither of us are getting a steady paycheck, or…
  • Feeding the Birds

    Emily
    28 Jul 2013 | 11:11 am
    Most people these days have lost any real connection to farms & livestock.  Years ago, most folks at least had extended family living on a homestead...perhaps not farmers, but Grandma or Uncle so-and-so had a garden, or a couple cows, or some chickens.  It was a touchstone to where food really comes from that has by and large been lost for most Americans.  Our farm is located in Forest County, PA, which has the distinction of having the highest percentage of seasonal residences to permanent ones in the entire nation.  That means there are more summer cottages and…
  • Growing Up Oxen

    Emily
    1 Jul 2013 | 6:13 pm
    I know, it's been quite awhile since my last post.  While spring & summer are always busy times, it seems this year has been even more so.  For the first time, neither Dan nor I have full-time jobs away from the farm, so we've been able to undertake more ambitious projects than in the past.  One we are currently working on is training our first team of oxen! Oxen are simply cattle trained as draft animals, used for pulling carts, farm equipment, or for logging.  Traditionally, it refers to a castrated male (steer), but any cow can be trained to be an ox.  We have…
  • Almost Open

    Emily
    21 May 2013 | 5:31 pm
    This is generally the time of year when I usually start to panic.  As I write this, I only have 3 days left to prepare to open the farm stand for the year, and there is still so much to do!  The grass needs mowing, I have 2 cows worth of beef to pick up and organize in the freezers, a pig to butcher and sausage to grind and package, and I'm roasting coffee tomorrow.  A farmer gets used to never having a day off, but it's a lot, even for me!  I tend to let myself get overly stressed this time of year, as I often feel like I won't have enough things to fill the tables.
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    livingmaxwell: a guide to organic food & drink

  • Eco-Friendly Friday – Why Bears for Humanity is Such a Fantastic and Important Gift for Kids

    Max Goldberg
    20 Mar 2015 | 12:04 pm
    The best part about having Living Maxwell is that it gives me a vehicle to share important and interesting stories with the world. While my focus will continue to center around food, I have decided to start a new monthly column called Eco-Friendly Friday. This will showcase some amazing organic, non-food items that I believe people ought to know about, and it will appear on the third Friday of every month. I already have several fantastic things lined up for the next few columns, so stay tuned! When the founders of Bears for Humanity, Vijay and Renju Prathap (above), became the proud parents…
  • Best Trade Show Booth at Natural Products Expo West 2015 – Nature’s Path

    Max Goldberg
    13 Mar 2015 | 11:25 am
    After Natural Products Expo West and Natural Products Expo East, I give my award for the best trade show booths. Some companies put a tremendous amount of effort and resources into their booths, and I like to recognize the brands that go the extra mile in this area. To me, it speaks volumes about what kind of a company they are. At Natural Products Expo West 2015, the clear cut winner was Nature’s Path. Not only was it the best one of the show, but it was one of the most compelling and thoughtful booths I’ve ever seen. According to Candice Macalino, Marketing Events Manager at…
  • Top 5 Organic Food Products from Natural Products Expo West 2015

    Max Goldberg
    12 Mar 2015 | 8:39 am
    As I do after each Natural Products Expo West and Natural Products Expo East trade show, I give out my awards for the best new organic products. It wasn’t easy to compile this year’s list, but these five really made a big impression on me. So, here are My Top 5 Organic Food Products from Natural Products Expo West 2015. Real Bone Broth is a California-based certified organic bone broth company. To purchase its products, click HERE. Little Spoon Organic is a brand new organic baby food company that utilizes HPP as its preservation method. HPP baby food is one of my Top 5 Organic…
  • Zana Juices – The Most Impressive Drink I’ve Ever Seen

    Max Goldberg
    2 Mar 2015 | 1:47 pm
    While shopping at my local organic market in New York City the other day, I spotted a drink that I had never seen before called Zana Juices. What immediately drew my attention wasn’t the large bottle size but rather its eye-popping price tag of $55 for 32 ounces. “$55 for what?” I asked myself. After several long conversations with company founder Thomas Corbett, I concluded that Zana Juices is the most impressive and mind-blowing drink I have come across. Ever. WHAT IS ZANA JUICES? Zana Juices is a fermented probiotic drink that contains organic vegetables, filtered water, and 15…
  • A New Wave of Democracy, and How Corporations are Trying to Silence Your Voice and Your Choice

    Max Goldberg
    24 Feb 2015 | 9:26 am
    There are very few people that I learn more from in the organic industry than Andrew Kimbrell, Executive Directory of the Center for Food Safety (CFS) in Washington, D.C. Not only does Andrew Kimbrell preside over one of the most important non-profits in the fight for healthy and organic food, but he is also one my favorite interviews (see HERE and HERE). For President’s Day recently, Andrew wrote an excellent piece about what is truly taking place in our country, and I wanted to share it with you below. If you like what he has to say here, be sure to sign up for the CFS newsletter and…
 
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    Fruitfully Living

  • Parenting with Grace and Truth

    Luisa Rodriguez
    4 Mar 2015 | 5:43 am
    During a small group discussion last night, I was reminded how God may at times be displeased with us and will correct us, but his acts of mercy and forgiveness are even more pronounced. This morning as I reflected on that discussion, I remembered a wonderful verse that embodies that sentiment.  John 1:17 says, “But the […]
  • Easy Red Lentil Kale Soup

    Luisa Rodriguez
    26 Feb 2015 | 4:53 am
    This is one of my go-to recipes for a quick easy winter lunch, especially this winter. It has been so cold that almost the entire family (excluding my eight-year-old who hates soup) looks forward to no matter how many times I make it. It warms the soul and it is yummy too. The best part […]
  • What does the Bible tell us about vaccines?

    Luisa Rodriguez
    12 Feb 2015 | 5:13 am
    Nothing. I know there are a lot of parents out there that are struggling with this decision. Some of us vaccinate but we may question one or two vaccines. It is not easy being a parent today. We have to constantly make decisions for our kids on what they can watch on TV, on what […]
  • Forgive Your Way to Better Health

    Luisa Rodriguez
    21 Jan 2015 | 1:30 pm
    At Sunday service, we have all heard our pastors tell us that we should forgive one another. They may have even taken us to the record in Matthew 18:2 where Jesus tells Peter that we should forgive someone 70 times seven times. However, did you know that unforgiveness can be detrimental to your health? On the flip side, […]
  • Breastfeeding a Toddler: Fighting Social Norms

    Luisa Rodriguez
    10 Nov 2014 | 5:28 am
    Those who know me, know that I am a big proponent of breastfeeding. They also know that I breastfed both of my kids past the one year mark. I know that sounds strange to many or and it may even sound disgusting to others. I remember overhearing a mom in one of my circles criticize the idea not knowing […]
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    ORGANIC STORE INDIA

  • myGREENkart Is Out There To Make Pick For Best Organic Hair Color Easy

    myGREENkart.com
    24 Mar 2015 | 10:59 pm
    Organic Hair Color In the past few years trend of coloring the hair has increased and now the youngsters are too going in for this to come out with a style statement. This is the trend that has made many chemical rich products enter the market that promise great color but do not tell about the damage that they would do. Since past, people have been going in for organic hair color to cover grey hair and now it is high time that the young brigade should opt in for this as this is a risk free option. Organic hair color is recommended for all those who do not play around with the health of their…
  • Buyer Should Get Hands Over Basic Facts Before Investing In LED Outdoor Lights

    myGREENkart.com
    19 Mar 2015 | 5:03 am
    Outdoor LED Lighting For all those who want to make sure that the outdoor areas of the house or office such as a walkway, parking or garden stay well lit going in for LED outdoor lights would be a nice idea. LED lights installed at the right place would not only give ample light to the outer areas of the house, but also add to the comfort of the ones who enter in as then no one would be found fumbling for the keys that fell down. The concept of LED lighting has been accepted by people globally as this is a clear indication that going in for this would act as a wonder investment in the long…
  • Bid Adieu To Those Traditional Fixtures- Give A Try To LED Bulbs At MyGreenKart

    myGREENkart.com
    18 Mar 2015 | 12:34 am
    Energy Saving LED Bulbs By replacing those CFLs and halogens with LED bulbs you would be doing something that is going to bring in impressive benefits in the long run. In the past few years, the concept of energy saving lights has gained enough popularity and this is why stores such as myGREENkart have come with some interesting variants. If you have been using those halogen lights or CFLs you would be well aware of the fact that these are tough to maintain and require a change after a short span of time as their life is quite less. These are the area where LED lights score high as they come…
  • Use Herbal Hair Color To Make The Tresses Go Smooth, Silky & Lustrous

    myGREENkart.com
    18 Mar 2015 | 12:10 am
    Dye your Hair with Organic Hair Colors With so many hair colorants present in the market anyone is bound to get confused, the only thing that should be kept in mind while making the purchase is that the one being bought should be 100% natural. The basic reason behind saying that is that there are many chemical colors selling in the market that do not go any good as they aggravate the condition and add to the number of grey hair. It is to be known that there are many herbal hair color brands such as Khadi and Radico and one can consider these to color the hair and give them some nourishment at…
  • Organic Hair Color- myGREENkart Has The Best Collection Online!

    myGREENkart.com
    10 Mar 2015 | 4:15 am
    Natural Hair Colour With more and more men and women considering the option of natural skin care and hair care products, there has been a steep hike in the demand of natural hair colors and dyes. It has been found that the usage of an organic hair color not only covers grey hair but gives much required moisturization to the hair, stopping hair loss. There are more than enough sellers in the market selling the so-called organic products but has to make sure that the one being chosen are natural in the real sense. One fine alternative to this could be looking for a store such as myGREENkart…
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    Albina's Green Store

  • Monthly Vegetarian Calculator

    snowthrowerssale@gmail.com
    23 Mar 2015 | 6:35 pm
    I have been a vegetarian for 5 years and vegan for soon to be one year. I can say that this has probably been one of the most important decisions in my life. I am proud of it and I have no regrets so far. Changing my diet habits hasn’t affected my health in a negative way, it has only brought improvements to the way I feel, to what I eat and to my lifestyle in general. For someone who is just thinking about going vegetarian, ethical arguments may not be enough, because there are still thousands of animals massacred on a daily basis anyway. But long term changes require a change of…
  • Have a hot vacation and protect your skin!

    snowthrowerssale@gmail.com
    5 Mar 2015 | 7:41 pm
    I recently went on a vacation to Cuba and this post will be on the products I used to protect my skin from the sun damage. We all know how bad the sun is for your skin. Besides premature exhaustion, it can also lead too skin cancer. California has the highest rates of skin cancer due to the fact that they are constantly exposed to the sun. But even in Canada, where half of the year is winter basically, there are a lot of sunny days and you can’t leave your skin unprotected. So don’t go out without a good 20 SPF cream on. I was getting ready for my vacation and I thought “This…
  • Find out how mineral salt deodorants can help you prevent the odour.

    snowthrowerssale@gmail.com
    5 Mar 2015 | 7:33 pm
    I came across these deodorants several times in different reviews. People were saying how amazing they are, how natural and easy to use. I was even more surprised when I saw the price – under $3. So I immediately added two deodorants in order to add to my shopping cart and get a free shipping from Well.ca (use my coupon 10off2015 and get $10 off). At first when I got them, I was a bit confused. How does this work? It is just a piece of mineral salt, a salt crystal. I have never heard of salt being used to prevent odour or sweating. Originally made in Thailand, where it is very hot and…
  • Replace your regular toothpaste with cruelty-free options

    snowthrowerssale@gmail.com
    3 Mar 2015 | 3:23 pm
    I’ve been using these toothpastes for almost a year. I decided to turn to something more natural and obviously, something that is not tested on animals. I was checking on Iherb (get your discount by using the code WVD466) and I found several options, like Tom’s, Nature’s Gate, Now Solutions, Weleda, Auromere and others. All are between 4-10$, very affordable and also great quality. The two favourite are Xyli White from Now Solutions and Nature’s Gate toothpastes. Both are of the same price 4-5$ for 170 – 180 grams. Xyli White is a transparent gel based on baking…
  • Cruelty-free products available in Canada. My top favourite very affordable brands!

    snowthrowerssale@gmail.com
    22 Jan 2015 | 7:07 pm
    If you live in Canada, there are so many socially responsible brands locally produced that you can try. The market is conquered by cruelty-free and organic products every day. The consumers are still winning, because prices for these goods go down. Companies try to reach out a larger audience, by researching for cheaper alternative ingredients, at the same time maintaining the safety and quality level. So, as I was mentioning in my other posts, it is not a privilege anymore to be able to purchase vegan, organic and cruelty-free stuff. Anyone can afford it now. Hopefully, there won’t be…
 
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    Love God Live Organic - A Spiritual Truth And Organic Lifestyle Blog

  • Test The Fruits : Persimmon aka Sharon Fruit

    Danielle @ Love God Live Organic - A Spiritual Truth And Organic Lifestyle Blog
    26 Mar 2015 | 10:17 am
    This is the fourth fruit in my "Test the fruits" series. Appearance wise this little number reminds me of a tomato. Read more »
  • My Uses For Baking Soda

    Danielle @ Love God Live Organic - A Spiritual Truth And Organic Lifestyle Blog
    22 Mar 2015 | 4:35 am
    Baking soda is really versatile. These are my personally tried and recommended uses.Sometimes I like to Read more »
  • Anti Allergy Superfood : My 1st Experience With Bee Pollen

    Danielle @ Love God Live Organic - A Spiritual Truth And Organic Lifestyle Blog
    20 Mar 2015 | 5:30 am
    It's the first day of spring! So what better time to talk about the anti-allergy superfood that is bee pollen.My therapist was ranting and raving about bee pollen at my body screening session. And with good cause!Read more »
  • How I Wash My Hair - All Natural Homemade Shampoo For Low Porosity Hair

    Danielle @ Love God Live Organic - A Spiritual Truth And Organic Lifestyle Blog
    18 Mar 2015 | 7:23 am
    Doesn't that brown mess look like chocolate mousse? It's actually a mixture for my low porosity hair. Click here to read my article on my hair type.Read more »
  • What's In My Homemade Toothpaste

    Danielle @ Love God Live Organic - A Spiritual Truth And Organic Lifestyle Blog
    16 Mar 2015 | 7:33 am
    I recently blogged about why I no longer buy toothpaste click here to read it.So I thought I'd let you know what I use and why.Read more »
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    WORLD ORGANIC NEWS

  • The California Drought And How We Plan To Keep On Farming | Dirt & Veggies

    mrjonmoore
    26 Mar 2015 | 7:44 pm
    We have been working a lot on building soil fertility lately. We live in a very arid region, right on the Mexico border in the mountains of Southern California. Water is a serious issue here. We are in an extreme drought with the very real possibility that it could carry on for many years to...
  • Passion for Permaculture | Seattle Tilth Blog

    mrjonmoore
    26 Mar 2015 | 7:12 pm
    By Melissa Dison, Assistant to Programs and Administration Permaculture can inspire the ways we design our landscapes, our businesses and our lives. I like to think of permaculture as a toolbox of solutions for repairing and enhancing systems. The possibilities of creating better systems for food, energy, medicine and relationships are all realized within the...
  • The carbon footprint of silicon solar panels | mankind’s changing world

    mrjonmoore
    26 Mar 2015 | 6:47 pm
    Putting up huge numbers of solar panels every day could help address the world’s energy crisis. ‘If you want to solve big problems, then the scale of whatever you are doing is also likely to be big, and so is any waste you generate,’ explains Frederik Krebs who led a study at the Technical University of Denmark. ‘This...
  • The waiting is the hardest part: Hardening off seedlings | MissingHenryMitchell

    mrjonmoore
    26 Mar 2015 | 6:18 pm
    I have three weeks to go until our average last frost date. I did really well this winter, getting seeds sown and potting things on. Now, I’ve got to hang on until the tender things are safe to plant. The cold frame is jammed full. Hardening off seedlings, though, is too important a process to...
  • Comment on soil erosion by Josef Garvi (via Linkedin) | DESERTIFICATION

    mrjonmoore
    26 Mar 2015 | 5:48 pm
    COMMENT BY Josef Garvi “This problem of soil erosion is precisely the reason why introducing tractors into the agriculture of the Sahel is a really, really bad idea. Look at any tractor-ploughed field and compare it to neighbouring hand-worked land, and you will see an immediate difference: tractor ploughed fields typically have no perennial vegetation left...
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    Grow Our Way

  • Be My Buddy: Companion Planting Vegetables

    Safer® Brand
    27 Feb 2015 | 5:45 am
    Just like humans, some plants are more compatible together than others. As the gardener, you’re in charge of making sure each vegetable gets along with their garden mates. To help you learn which plants are friends or foes, we’ve created this companion planting chart for vegetables. What Vegetables Grow Well Together? Companion planting is the purposeful placement of certain plants near each other as a natural way to drive harmful pests away, help each other grow, and even improve the vegetables’ flavor. Of course, not all vegetables are buddies. For example, members of the bean family,…
  • Gardening For Beginners: Intro to Hydroponics

    Safer® Brand
    4 Nov 2014 | 8:45 am
    The term “hydroponic gardening” may sound fancy or high-tech, but the concept is really pretty simple. While the practice of hydroponic gardening dates back to ancient times, it wasn’t until the 1950s that it started to gain prominence. What makes hydroponic gardening different from traditional growing practices? It does not involve the use of soil. Instead, plants are grown using either a nutrient-rich water culture or a soilless medium such as clay aggregate, coconut coir, perlite, sand or gravel. Some of the benefits of hydroponic gardening include higher yields, reduced water…
  • What Your Office Is Missing

    Safer® Brand
    30 Oct 2014 | 9:29 am
    If you’re one of those people who are stuck working inside an office all day, adding a little green to the scene in the form of plants can do wonders for your work environment. Office plants can provide a long list of benefits including: Alleviating stress – If squeezing rubber balls or taking walks around the building aren’t helping you cope with stress at work, try adding a plant or two to your work area. According to one study, placing plants in an office reduced worker anxiety by 37 percent, while anger and hostility decreased 44 percent. Improved air quality – Although smoking…
  • How to Grow the Perfect Tomato

    Safer® Brand
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    Have you ever marveled at the plump, juicy delicious tomatoes that your friends or neighbors seem to be able to grow so effortlessly? Do you wonder why your own tomato growing efforts don’t seem to deliver the same results? Growing perfect tomatoes isn’t always easy. A little luck and a lot of tender loving care are required. It also helps if you know how to overcome the obstacles that can prevent you from achieving the tomato growing success you desire. Poor soil quality – First things first, make sure that your soil pH is ideal for tomatoes. You can easily find a pH soil testing kit…
  • Fresh Fads

    Safer® Brand
    16 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    These days, the concept of gardening encompasses much more than raising a few flowers and vegetables in the yard. While traditional backyard gardening is still a favorite pastime in the United States and around the world, the art of gardening continues to change and evolve. Let’s take a closer look at some of the “fresh fads” that are currently taking over today’s gardening world. Organic Gardening The focus on protecting the environment and consuming foods that are free of man-made preservatives and pesticides has continued to intensify in recent years. As a result, the popularity of…
 
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    Easy Healthy Meals

  • Meals Building With Protein and Fiber

    khairat
    17 Mar 2015 | 3:45 pm
    Why your easy meals should consist more protein and fiber Fiber: Handling Your Unwanted Weight Fiber contains the probable to help you manage excess fat. People who take one of the most linens usually think about fewer, plus they acquire fewer pounds when they age. Exactly what I’m keen on in relation to fibril will be the organization this keeps. Meals items abundant with linens (Finding this Fiber) include the very same low-CD ingredients which can be the muse regarding Volumetric: fruit and vegetables, in addition to entire grains. Most of these plant-based entire ingredients…
  • Easy Healthy Meals Preparation on The Road

    khairat
    9 Mar 2015 | 5:56 pm
    Consuming out has developed into a major component of our own everyday eating, as an alternative to something all of us accomplish just now and then. That’s the reason your own cafe foodstuff choices are consequently necessary for taking care of your weight and also diet. A person however can easily take pleasure in indulgences sometimes, and also achieve this without having experience responsible. Vacationing for many days and nights? Actually only 1 evening on your way could be hard in your diet plan. A person drop plenty of command more than if you eat, whatever you eat, and also…
  • Easy Healthy Foods Recommendations That you Should Know About

    khairat
    4 Mar 2015 | 5:29 pm
    Super easy and healthy food recommendations Populate ones supper together with enjoyable helpings of very-low-CD Class 1 in addition to low-CD Class two ingredients. Opt for medium-CD Class 3 ingredients a lesser amount of regularly in addition to in smaller sized helpings. Control helpings of high-CD Class four ingredients. Lower-fat ingredients Fat will be loaded with CD. Minimizing absorption of unhealthy fatty acids will be very good nutritionally and can guide management energy. Learn to utilize a small amount of extra fat strategically to make sure you like ones healthy meals. Cook,…
  • Eating Easy Healthy Meals at Restaurants

    khairat
    4 Mar 2015 | 3:27 pm
    Tips for making easy and healthy meals decisions at restaurants Portion Size and the Restaurant Plate So how exactly does the cooking determine the amount of foodstuff to set on the denture? My co-workers and We were interested in whether chefs understand appropriate section measurements. With the more than two hundred chefs we all surveyed, in relation to three-quarters thought many people work regular-size servings. But the servings of pasta and meat many people claimed serving were approximately nine periods larger than this standards government entities proposes. Whenever this reached…
  • Guidelines Before Heading to the Grocery Store

    khairat
    2 Mar 2015 | 4:14 pm
    Healthy Guidelines for grocery shopping: Reading through Product labels Almost all foods nowadays are marked together with brands that include a breakdown with their “Nutrition Details. ” Understanding how to examine most of these brands is usually informative and gives a person energy more than the fish selections. Like brands inform you of the main components of virtually any meal to help you much more knowledgeably pick out what adopts your own cart plus your mouth. A very good rule of thumb is usually if you fail to enunciate this identify associated with a factor, its possibly…
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