THE BENEFITS OF RECYCLING
Did you know that YOU, as an individual, CAN make a difference in the world!?
Currently the environment has so many complex problems that many people think they can’t possibly have an effect on them as an individual. Problems like global warming, hazardous waste, loss of rain forests, …
The human race learned long ago that cooking meat before eating it would protect them from certain diseases. Since then this practice of cooking has grown to include all types of foods and is now considered an art. Very few meals are eaten which include raw elements, except for the …
Being vegan, I’m for sure supporting this…
and with all the talk in the news about cloned meat and the FDA saying it’s ok to consume and that producers don’t have to label such as cloned meat, well that’s even more reason for people to join us for MEAT OUT!
On March …
“You cannot see anything that you do not first contemplate as a reality.”
How do you typically define yourself? Do you tell yourself and others that you are slow and methodical, that you have two left feet, that you are lazy, or unimaginative or that you can’t hang on to …
“The purpose of therapy is not to remove suffering but TO MOVE THROUGH IT to an enlarged consciousness that can sustain the polarity of painful opposites.”
– James Hollis
How do we support others who are suffering?
When we understand how soul works through us, we begin to see how pain generates the …
The two websites below help us evaluate how many synthetic toxins are
in the food we consume on a daily basis.
You will be surprised and even concerned!!!
Go to this website and click on the Produce Scanner link.
It’s a tool that works out how many pesticides are in some
conventionally grown fruits and …
by Dr. Deborah Wilson
Obesity is one of the most pressing health problems in the United
States, and it will soon become the country’s leading cause of
preventable death. Despite the growing number of “diets” that are
touted throughout the country, Americans just keep getting fatter. A
government review of all the studies on weight …
Why are there so many trees in the news?
Ok, trees don’t make a lot of headlines, but they do still make a lot of newspapers.
The New York Times uses 100 acres worth just for the Sunday edition alone.
Reading the newspaper in print is so 20th century.
Start reading your news …
After Christmas – Recycling Ideas
After the holidays, a real Christmas tree keeps on giving
Environmentally friendly recycling ideas
* Placed in the garden or backyard, the Christmas tree will
provide winter shelter for small birds. Another good idea is to
decorate the tree again. This time hang it with special treats for
the birds: Orange …
Looking for ways to lighten Santa’s load?
The Bite: Americans spend more than $400 billion each holiday season on gifts, wrap and all the trimmings. Our over-indulgence also generates an extra 5 million tons of trash between Thanksgiving and New Years Day!
Try saving money, energy, and resources (not to mention …
More support for dark chocolate’s heart benefits
By Stephen Daniells
A daily treat of dark chocolate can improve overall heart health and
reduce the risk of heart disease, say researchers from Zurich.
â€œOnly a small daily treat of dark chocolate may substantially
increase the amount of antioxidant intake and beneficially effect
vascular health,â€ said Dr F. …
42 WAYS TO TRIM YOUR HOLIDAY WASTELINE
Are you a waste-wise warrior or merely a waste-wise wannabe?
Americans throw away 25% more trash during the Thanksgiving to New
Year’s holiday period than any other time of year. The extra waste
amounts to 25 million tons of garbage, or about 1 million extra tons
per week. …