ORGANIC LIVING

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Susan is a fim maker and writer living in Costa Rica. Her documentary film, The Coffee Dance, explores the environmental and emotional aspect the crop of coffee has woven into the ...
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Susan Lutz
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by Max Goldberg

This past weekend, I came across something that made my skin crawl.

Wanting to persuade (fool) young people that both Monsanto and GMOs are actually good for the world, the company has hired a 32-year-old Director of Millennial Engagement named Vance Crowe...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: To me the science on GMOs is very clear, so why do people have trouble with this?"  Monsanto steps up the PR and hires a new Millennial Engagement Director. He's trying to convince the world that GMOs are good for us - so what's all the fuss? Read this article. Then you weigh in.

 

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by Susan Lutz,
ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living

The best thing about organic is that it's easy. Really. Begin by finding a supplier: an organic store, on-line site, a friend who's in the know. Everywhere we look, organic is the new chic. These are my favorite, simple, organic cures for our needs and desires. As a beloved teacher once told me: Keep it simple, silly...

 

 

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by Dr. Edward Group

Did you know that when you ingest or are injected with prescription drugs, your body doesn’t necessarily use all it takes in? It’s true. Excess drugs are excreted as waste material.

That’s good news for your body since pharmaceuticals are very hard on your system in the first place. However, it’s not good news for the ecosystem, since these drug residues work their way into our waterways and municipal water processing plants...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: The most refreshing drink on the planet can be contaminated. How would we know? The first step is to become informed.

 

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from FoodTank

The James Beard Foundation and Food Tank, along with a prestigious advisory group of food system experts, developed the first annual “Good Food Org Guide.” This definitive Guide highlights nonprofit organizations that are doing exemplary work in the United States in the areas of food and agriculture, nutrition and health, hunger and obesity, and food justice...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Amazing people are doing amazing work behind the scene of good food. Look into the guide that lists the groups and people working with children, families, and the community to change the face of food.

 

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by Molly Theobald
from the
Worldwatch Institute, Green Economy Blog

Indigenous peoples inhabit more than 85 percent of the Earth’s protected areas, yet only 1 percent of the billions of dollars spent each year on philanthropy goes to indigenous peoples and the ecosystem services they support...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Some of the most important wisdom and practices about food come from indigenous cultures. Preserving their rights is imperative to our food chain.

 

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from Organic Consumer's Association

Food at the Table. Finally.

It was the largest climate march—and conversation—in history.

And this time, food was at the table...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Cook Organic Not the Planet: was the banner leading the march of 50,000 people representing food, farming, agriculture, and food justice groups. The message stated that industrial agriculture is one of the biggest makers of greenhouse gas emissions. The other end of the spectrum -organic farming is a solution to global warming, better health, soil and a planet that will be able to feed the world. Be sure to check out the cool photos and videos. What a great day it was.

 

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by Dr. Ikram Abidi

When it comes to organic food versus non-organic food, one of the most important questions that most diet-enthusiasts and food curious people want to ask is how to tell the difference. In other words, how to identify or differentiate organic food from the conventional food...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: From the looks of it, organic food can be hard to identify next to non-organic. Here are some ways to become proficient at knowing what is organic and what is not.

 

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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Feel the dry air roll in? Try some homemade solutions to stay moisturized and glowing.

 

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by Karen Powell

It’s hard to beat the comfort of a cool, crisp percale sheet or a soft, cozy fleece blanket especially when they’re made from certified organic cotton.  You may not detect any differences between certified organic and conventional cotton bedding simply by the look. But get to know the environmental and human health benefits of certified organic cotton production and you’ll understand why true organic cotton bedding is essential to creating a healthy bed...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Healthy sleep rounds out the day. Find out why good rest, the organic way, will make the day even brighter.

 

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by Susan Lutz,
ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living

1. Garlic Soup - I was so inspired by this recipe, my mouth watered. I had to quit reading and make myself a mini-version. This recipe has 50 cloves of garlic! No adversary could win that battle. The soup is said to ward off the flu and viruses...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Garlic keeps more than the bad vibes away. Put it in a soup; chew it; roast it; juice it - garlic has more properties than the best realtor in town. Here's some tasty uses for it as we nestle in for fall.

 

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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: From warm oil baths to clean water, here's a quick look at a few easy, ideas to keep skin from cracking under the cold.

 

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from Cornucopia

One of the nation’s preeminent organic industry watchdogs, The Cornucopia Institute, expressed renewed criticism of the process used for the selection of four new appointees to the USDA’s National Organic Standards Board (NOSB)...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Cornacopia Institute keeps watch of appoitments to the USDA. Follow who is taking on control.

 

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Clothes for a Change

from Organic Consumers Association

Clothes for a Change is a global campaign to raise awareness about the negative health and environmental effects of conventional and genetically engineered cotton and the institutionalized exploitation of clothing sweatshops...

 

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