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Thursday, September 21, 2006

Detoxify Your Soaps and Cleaning Supplies

Sunshine Concentrate is an environmentally-friendly cleaning and washing concentrate with a multitude of uses. We've used it for 15 years for laundry, hand soap, pet baths, soaking produce, dishwasher, cleaning, washing cars, for gardening, and a multitude of other uses. This product has saved us money and health. No more "itch" of chemical soaps. Read more about Sunshine Concentrate.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Buy Local Produce and Food

Most of the produce and meats on your dinner table were shipped an average of 1500 miles before being sold in your grocery store.

That's U.S. produce -- We're not talking about New Zealand beef and Costa Rican bananas and coffee. Shop a farmer's market or find farmers and cut the emissions used to truck food around the country. Visit Local Harvest to find a local source for foods and support the economy in your area and the farmers so they aren't forced to sell their farms.

Nothing tastes better than something picked fresh and ripe.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Nature Makes Us Happy and Heals Our Bodies

Intuitively, we know something in us responds to nature, even as most of us live our workaday lives further and further removed from flora and fauna. Learn why contact with animals, plants and nature may be a potent antidote to stress, distracting us from worrisome thoughts, depression, reducing anxiety and lowering blood pressure. Gathering some facts from these articles will send you running to the nearest green space you can find.

The Value of Autumn

Monday, September 4, 2006

Eating Wild and Natural

Randal and I have been vegetarians for 27 years, but we realize there are people who will never give up their meat. So, the next best alternative is to at least provide information for meat-eaters to choose humane sourced meats, so they won't be buying factory-farmed products.

The Eat Wild website is the most comprehensive website on grass-based farming, providing information about the animal welfare, human health and environmental benefits of grass-fed husbandry. On this website you can also locate grass-based farmers by state from which to buy grassfed beef, veal, bison, poultry, pork, eggs and milk.

Select the "Shop for Meat, Eggs & Dairy" tab on the left side of the page, then your state, for a list of farmers in your area. Some farmers will ship products directly to your door, so look at neighboring states also. Visit Eat Wild.