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How To Compost To Save Money & Grow More »

How Composting Can Save Money While Making You Healthier By Jonathan White, environmental scientist How do you view composting? Do you see it merely as a way to prevent your garbage can from getting smelly? Or perhaps as a way to reduce the quantity of garbage being trucked to an incinerator or being dumped into [...]

10 Eye Exercises to Heal & Reverse Eye Problems »

How to Reduce Eye Strain and Improve Your Vision Naturally By Duke Peterson It’s been said that the eyes are the windows to the soul, but they’re also how we’re able to observe the world. Our eyes are important for reading, working, and even communicating. Our eyes are sensitive though; they work hard and they [...]

The 5 Key Principles of Permaculture, the Easiest Organic Gardening Method »

How to Easily Grow Your Own Organic Veggies with an Ecological Garden By Jonathan White Growing your own food is typically seen by the average person as either an art or hard work. As a result, it’s no wonder so few people do it seriously. But what if there was a technique that was so [...]

How To Enjoy Holidays With Carnivorous Relatives »

This post is by Trevor Justice with contributions from: Nomi Shannon, author of The Raw Gourmet Lara Adler, Holistic Health Counselor Roberta Schiff from the Mid-Hudson Vegetarian Society Raederle Phoenix, Raw Nutrition Expert Whether you want to take a "gentle activist" approach at the dinner table, or a non-judgmental "Buddhist" approach, this article will be [...]

Pros and Cons of Natural Sweeteners »

Contributing writers: Cherie Soria, Meredith McCarty, Ritamarie Loscalzo, DC, Here's an excerpt from Lesson 34 of the Vegan / Vegetarian Mastery Program. It provides the lowdown on 15 different sweeteners. Next to almost every one, you’ll see its glycemic index rating. As we explain in Lesson 33 of the Mastery Program, the [...]

Best Oils For Frying, Baking, and Dressings »

By Vesanto Melina, RD Oil can be heated up to a certain point with no significant change in chemical composition. The point at which it changes is called its “smoke point”, but this is different for each oil. The smoke point is the temperature at which oil begins to break down and form a bluish [...]

Does fat make you fat? The truth about eating fat. »

By Yuri Elkaim, BPHE, CK, RHN Professor, Super Nutrition Academy Does eating healthy fat make you fat, even if you're a vegan or vegetarian? This is one of the most pervasive nutrition myths of our time. Since the 1980s, when the whole “low-fat” and “diet” craze began, we’ve seen our population get fatter and sicker. [...]

Vegan Easter Recipes & Passover Recipes including “Deviled Eggs” and Matzo Ball Soup »

Would you like to enjoy Easter and/or Passover with vegan versions of traditional holiday favorites? If so, these resources and recipes will be a blessing for you. Vegan Holiday Recipe Resources Whole Foods is a great resource. Their website has an array of recipe sections including dairy-free recipes for holiday faves. Click the link and [...]

Healthy Kid Meals with Kid Friendly Recipes – Easy Meals For The Whole Family »

How to get your children to enjoy fruits and vegetables by Gaby Fischer Is meal-time a frustrating battle with your children? It used to be that way for me too. When getting my son to eat fruits and vegetables became a challenge, I had to get creative. First, I made a treasure map with different [...]

Best Vegan and Vegetarian Protein Sources & How To Incorporate Them Daily »

By Yuri Elkaim, BPHE, CK, RHN Professor, Super Nutrition Academy As hard as we try, we can never escape the flood of conflicting and misleading information regarding protein. Unfortunately, the notion that we need to consume tons of protein has been propagated, almost exclusively, by supplement companies. After all, if we need more protein, then [...]

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