ORGANIC LIVING

What is Organic Living? Explore the benefits of all facets of organic living from farming, gardening, organic foods, clothing and products...the total organic lifestyle. Explore the benefits of healthy organic living from farming, gardening, clothing & products with healthy living articles from All Things Healing. Learn more about healthy organic living tips by visiting us online today!

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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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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: A traditional farmer turns organic when his pigs turn sterile after introducing GMO corn. There are no special effects, yet the story is real. Animals have suffered; families lost their way of life: and threats, corruption, and control push to rule the way we eat. The right to health is not only stake, but the right to freedom, safety, and security.

 

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from StoryofStuff.org

Here at the Story of Stuff Project, we celebrate the fact that our movies have inspired millions around the world—from Brazil and South Africa to the UK and India and everywhere in between. But while many members of the Story of Stuff community don’t live in the United States, we’ve chosen to focus our advocacy efforts here in our home country...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Reaching out to community brings awareness that initiates change. We can find ways at the local level to buy organic, and internationally, we can unite to raise voices for an even bigger change. Here are some connections to link to those around the world who want to not only sustain, but elevate life between planet, people, and power.

 

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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: A sharp, on-line organic magazine that highlights an organic lifestyle.

 

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from WomensVoices.org

New independent lab testing on 20 top household cleaning products reveals that top-selling cleaning products and detergents, including Tide Free & Gentle, Pine-Sol and Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner, contain toxic chemicals not revealed to the consumer. The results show that cleaning products commonly contain hidden chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects and pregnancy complications...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Some of those favorite names on the shelves we've learned to "trust" through advertising are hiding something. In this report, 20 well-known household products we may all have sitting around the house could contain toxic chemicals that are not being put on the label. Many of these chemicals have been linked to disease and other dangers to health. It will take a moment to read and find out and follow-up with a decision at the check-out lane with the power of the consumer but not buying into deception.

 

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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Understanding who plants, picks, and moves our food is an essential part of choosing products that support a healthy planet.

 

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by Donna Gates

If the only seaweed you’ve ever eaten is the nori wrapped around a sushi roll, then you’ll be excited to discover an abundant variety of sea vegetables...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Seaweed is touted as a super-food. But it's time to unwrap this fabulous, organic, plant for all the benefits it can give a body and mind. Seaweed health benefits are known to many cultures and eaten and enjoyed as a dependable and remarkable food source.

 

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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Turning towards our homes is step in enhancing an organic lifestyle. Enjoy this fabulous home of Micheal Funk, an organic food entreprenuer, who has turned his home into a practice of organic living.

 

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by Susan Lutz,
ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living

Part of taking on an organic lifestyle is opening up to the idea that we will never know it all. Each year, new plants and products sprout into the market. Deciding whether they fit into a new lifestyle regime is a process that takes education, practice, and most of all humor. Here's a quick look at five items in the news or in your market that could be tantalizing to try. An organic, fresh lifestyle with a few new ingredients is a great start to ring in 2012...

 

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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 WorldWatch Institute

As we head into 2012, many of us will be resolving to lose those few extra pounds, save more money, or spend a few more hours with our families and friends. But there are also some resolutions we can make to make our lives a little greener...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: The Worldwatch Institute has put a list of steps to change into a greener, more organic lifestyle. Many of the ideas are incredibly simple like ditching bottled water, buying local, and planting a garden. It's a fun list to look over and check into to where we can tune-up and change, while saving the planet, time, and money to boot! Many of the ideas have shown up here. Look back into our archives for a wealth of ways to change for the better.

 

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by Alexis Baden-Mayer, Esq., Political Director
from the Organic Consumers Association

Is one of your New Year's Resolutions to make your home, lifestyle and community more organic in 2012? That's what the Organic Consumers Association staff pledges to do in 2012. We've made a list of our top 12 resolutions for an organic revolution and gathered videos that we hope will inspire you to join us...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Taking stock on changes for the New Year? The Organic Consumer's Association has complied a great list of videos to consider more ways to support and go organic. These ideas should spark where we want to go for 2012.

 

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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Companies capitalize on the consumer's demand for natural and organic. However, rules and regulations get foggy on what these terms mean, and ultimately, what you are eating might not be as healthy as thought. The following report looks at the wide range of gray area that clouds a huge product in the market, including breakfast cereals and granola bars.

 

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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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