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(Gardening, Natural Health, Allergy Friendly Recipes, Green Living, Saving Money)
Many people are concerned about whether borax is safe to use. There are many sites on the internet claiming borax is toxic. I disagree. Here's why...
One of the easiest ways to preserve fresh fruit is to make it into fruit leather. This version has a nice tang and a healthy dose of probiotic bacteria.
Being healthy and green often means saving money too! These effective, non-toxic green cleaning recipes cost just pennies to make.
Oat milk is a delicious, eco-friendly alternative to other non-dairy milks, and is quick, cheap and easy to make. Here's how to make it.
Raw vegan and Paleo friendly, this decadent, avocado chocolate mousse recipe also works as a great dairy free cake frosting, too.
Ever wonder why some people seldom brush their teeth and have no cavities? Here's why, and how to stop tooth decay naturally.
Americans each eat about 130 pounds of sugar per person, per year! This infographic called Nursing Your Sweet Tooth, puts it all in perspective.
Here is the lowdown on the over 25 different types of sugar and sweeteners on the market today, how they are produced, and how they effect your health.
The benefits of LED light bulbs are important for your household budget, as well as for the quality of our air and water, and the protection of the nation.
America's insatiable hunger for superfoods like acai and quinoa is pillaging the planet. The choice to be a "green" consumer is still to be a consumer.
The 4 7 8 breathing technique is easy to do, and can give you quick relief from anxiety, panic and stress. Click to learn how to do it!
If there is no evidence linking saturated fat and cholesterol to cardiovascular disease or obesity, just what is taxing hearts and thickening waistlines?
Why are so many scientists, parents and others worried about water fluoridation? Based on the facts, the dangers of water fluoridation are vast and grave.
Unless you know what is a GMO and how to avoid them, you will inevitably become a guinea pig in the vast health experiment being perpetuated on us all.
Is pork bad for you? Or is how healthy it is more a matter of how it is raised and prepared? This article will help you decide.