decorative glass bottles filled with cottonseed oil
08/23/2016
Oil Pulling - Does It Work? Everyone wants to know what I think about oil pulling. Do I oil pull? As a trusted YouTuber on Natural Lifestyle, Wellness, and Yoga, this is one of the top... read more
Numi Tea Earl Grey fudsicle on board with orange slices
08/20/2016
by Amy Jeanroy | Foodista.com Fudgsicles are summer treats that bring you right back to childhood. They are however, no longer as luscious as they seemed when I was little. I guess... read more
Scrabble tiles arranged to say BACK PAIN
08/16/2016
Back Pain and Diet Low back pain became one of the biggest problems for public health systems in the Western world during the second half of the 20th century. The lifetime prevalence of... read more
close up pot of cooking vegetables broccoli and corn
08/13/2016
by Jocelyn Mercado | Pachamama Alliance I live on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Although within easy reach of Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, it’s a peaceful, small town... read more
hands holding plant sapling in the rain
08/09/2016
[This last spring] I trundled off to yet another National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) meeting in DC. This is a place where a dedicated assortment of organic disciples (and hooligans... read more
Elderly man's hands folded over handle of cane walking stick
08/02/2016
Up to half of Alzheimer’s cases may be attributable to just seven risk factors shown in the video, Preventing Alzheimer’s with Lifestyle Changes, which include diabetes, high blood pressure,... read more
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07/30/2016
by Kevin Anderson | Foodista.com Mustard Seed Tomato Curry Fusilli with Leafy Greens and Queso Fresco We've all been there. You're in the middle of a casual conversation with a group of friends... read more
the bubbles in a coffee cup make the shape of a smile
07/26/2016
Everyone LOVES coffee. People are hopped up on the stuff. And, yeah, it tastes great... but is it bad for you? Ask Kiki...
rows of bananas in grocery store
07/23/2016
The agricultural revolution began some 10,000 years ago when one of our ancestors planted a seed, watched it grow, and ate its fruit. It was time to stop wandering and plant more seeds. This ancestor... read more

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the bubbles in a coffee cup make the shape of a smile
07/26/2016
Everyone LOVES coffee. People are hopped up on the stuff. And, yeah, it tastes great... but is it bad for you? Ask Kiki...
rows of bananas in grocery store
07/23/2016
The agricultural revolution began some 10,000 years ago when one of our ancestors planted a seed, watched it grow, and ate its fruit. It was time to stop wandering and plant more seeds. This ancestor... read more
peach basil smoothie topped with mint leaves in front of bowl of fruit
07/19/2016
Peach Basil Smoothie The farmer's market is bursting with such bounty these summer days, but even if you are reading this another time of year, frozen fruit can substitute and still be delicious.... read more
plant based diet vegetables and fruits
07/16/2016
Hundreds of thousands of deaths in the United States every year are attributed to obesity, now overtaking smoking as perhaps the main preventable cause of illness and premature death. In... read more
Southwest Quinoa Salad ingredients laid out in rows
07/09/2016
by Melissa @ Bits of Umami | Foodista.com Quinoa Salad for Healthy Eating and Entertaining Celebrate any time with this Southwestern Quinoa Salad. It’s as easy as it is flavorful... read more
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07/05/2016
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adult hand giving apple to child's hand at market
07/02/2016
by Laurie Burgess | Organic Matters Shopping organic is a journey. At first, you might start by learning about the Environmental Working Group’s Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen lists, a... read more
Young woman asleep on her folded arms.
06/28/2016
by Chelsea Harvey | Van Winkle's Few health topics have garnered more interest in recent years than the human microbiome — the rich community of microorganisms that share our bodies, from the... read more
bunches of organic carrots on table
06/18/2016
Organic food and fiber in the US are growing despite themselves. [In April] Miles McEvoy, Deputy Administrator of the National Organic Program, touted the double-digit growth of... read more

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11/11/2014
Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani and find out if there is reason to sweat the 2014 wine vintage in California. Thanks to the drought winemakers and grape growers across California have been... read more
11/11/2014
Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani and find out why Prosecco sparkling wine is so popular. Meet Fabrizio Gatto, the winemaker for La Marca, the number one selling Prosecco in the United States.... read more
11/11/2014
Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani as celebrity chefs and famous winemakers show you how to master food and wine pairing like a pro at this year's Pebble Beach Food & Wine.  Find... read more
11/11/2014
Throughout the drought we have seen rain dances, prayers, now water witches are coming to the rescue. Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani and see how winemaker/water witch Marc Mondavi turns water... read more
11/11/2014
Everything in our eco-system is interconnected. By using the whole animal in cooking, we show respect for the animal and the eco-system, reduce waste and save money. 
10/30/2014
If you're running on too little sleep, here's how it can affect your waistline. 
10/30/2014
Research scientists have performed various studies on the valuable life-extending antioxidants in vegetables. These studies reveal whether it's healthier to eat vegetables raw or cooked.
10/30/2014
When you exercise and work up a good sweat, your body needs additional fluids. Here are some quick fluid facts for when you're getting fit.
10/30/2014
Untreated high blood pressure is the underlying cause of several life-threatening health conditions which can affect your heart, kidneys and other vital organs. High blood pressure (hypertension) is... read more

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