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CREATING PEACE ECO INTELLIGENT / GREEN RESOURCES ORGANIC RESOURCES SAFE / NON-TOXIC RESOURCES NON-TOXIC PRODUCTS FOR MEN CERTIFICATION SYMBOLS A BETTER WORLD – IN ACTION .
Note: Organic is still the better choice. However, if you cannot find organic in your town or you cannot afford it, you can still safely eat certain non-organic fruits and vegetables. (Both organic and non-organic should be washed well. See the fruit and veggie wash recipe below!) The following is from the post The Lowdown … Continue reading
Treehugger interviews Siobhan O’Connor and Alexandra Spunt, the authors of the natural beauty book No More Dirty Looks
A friend sent me this video this morning. (Thank you Claudia : )) In the following video the newscaster asks, “Organic is more expensive. But it’s worth it. Right?” I suppose that really depends. If you value your health, the health of those around the world who work to give you the food on … Continue reading
I love Wholefoods Markets! Two of the four founders, John Mackey and Renee Lawson Hardy, got booted out of their apartment in Austin, Texas for storing store food there. So, they decided to simply live at the store. They bathed in the Hobart dishwasher, which had an attached water hose. That was when they were … Continue reading
The following is taken directly from fda.gov. “Organic” Cosmetics March 8, 2010 The following information is intended to respond to some questions people commonly ask FDA about “organic” cosmetics. Does FDA have a definition for the term “organic”? No. FDA regulates cosmetics under the authority of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act(FD&C Act) and the Fair … Continue reading
A Dirty Dozen Celery Peaches Strawberries Apples Blueberries Nectarines Bell Peppers Spinach Kale Cherrie Potatoes Grapes (imported) The Clean Fifteen: Onions Avocado Sweet Corn Pineapple Mango Sweet Peas Asparagus Kiwi Cabbage Eggplant Cantaloupe Watermelon Grapefruit Sweet Potato Honeydew Melon For more information, visit EWG’s Food News website, and download a printable Shopper’s Guide of your … Continue reading