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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ATH Editor of Organic Living. Susan has practiced organic living and gardening for almost 30 years. She credits a whole, organic lifestyle to dramatic healing results in the health of h...
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Susan Lutz
We are currently seeking a Co-Editor and/or Assistant Editor for this section. For more information please contact Sherri Carter at sherricarter@allthingshealing.com

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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: A garlic a day keeps just about everything away - except great health!

 

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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: The cost of food is more than what we pay at the checkout. This video shows the added factors that given us hidden costs.

 

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from Cornucopia.org

Federal law requires that organic food products be produced promoting ecological sustainability, without the toxic inputs and genetically engineered ingredients common in the conventional food system...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Is cereal your morning power? Midnight snack? This look at boxed cereal gives information you may have only thought you knew about your daily, morning fuel. Now you can find out what you might have known is not really all it's cracked up to be. Is "organic" and "natural" the same thing? For the price paid at the check out for these cereals, we must know what we are getting - the real deal - not the propaganda.

 

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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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by Susan Lutz,
ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living

Meghan Telpner

 1) For several generations now, the word "diet" conjures up very specific images of restriction - correcting a lifestyle that's gone wrong. Why did you choose the word, "Undiet" as the title in your new book?...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Tired of living from one diet to the next in the hopes of finding "the cure?" Consider throwing out the old diet-way-of-thinking, and bringing in a new and vibrant vision with Megan Telpner. Meghan's gorgeous array of menus and recipes carve a path to a new way of seeing food and health. Meghan's creed will open eyes and ears to eating and loving life in-line with yourself and the world around us.

 

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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Organic Picnic Ideas that are Wet, Wild, and Wonderful.

 

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by Dana Raviv

When Catherine tells her life story, she begins in the year 2009. "Life changed with the clinics," she says. It was in 2009, at the age of 31, that she began the anti-retroviral treatment that would reduce the toll HIV was taking on her life. But she soon learned that access to drugs is not a cure-all for a diseases rooted in poverty, and comprehensive health care means more than just treating illness...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Stricken with illness, medicines can only treat so much. After leaving the hospital, recovering from devastating diseases such as HIV and tuberculosis requires not only getting the patient, but the family on track.

 

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by Brandi
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com 

The debate between organic and conventionally produced food continues, and a new infographic (below) produced by well.org gives more statistics to consider. The creators focused on the unhealthiest conventional foods, what meat looks like from both a grain-fed and  a grass-fed cow, and the nutrient differences between organically and conventionally grown products...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: A lively comparison of organic and conventional food looks at what we can gain if we think twice about what we eat.

 

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by Denchi Minh

Oregano is a good additional in our cooking. It provides us a distinct taste on our food, and a medicinal effect on our body. Herbs like Oregano are very healthy, particularly if they are grown organically. It has more antioxidant than vegetables, fruits, and other spices that we use in our cooking...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Packed with antioxidants, this herb is more than just a compliment to pizza or pasta sauce. Learn more about this hearty herb and what it can add to your health and your pallete!

 

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by Barbara Rodriguez
Reviewed by Susan Lutz,
ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living

We all hope for help in the world of food, kids, and many of life's perplexing, child-raising questions. Just by opening the first page of Barbara Rodriquez's book,  The Organic Nanny ’s Guide to Raising Healthy Kids , we welcome a fabulous, organic nanny right into the heart of the home. The issue of diet, health, and happiness for our children is a serious one, and many seem to be loosing, or at the least struggling, in the fast world of easy solutions and quick fixes...

 

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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Does your fish taste like chicken? How did the model for corporate farming become so backwards that we are feeding chicken to fish? Fish farming sounds like an idea that supports a natural system; however, Chef Dan Barber gives a funny and poignant talk about how falling in love with few fish opened his eyes to the damage of a practice we've come to accept and support each time we buy a tuna or halibat. Critics of organic farming and practices often ask how we can feed the world from the little farmer down the road. Tune into this video and your eyes will open at the incredible fish farm that not only reverses the damage done by "conventional" methods, but also shows without a doubt that following the eco-systems 2 billion years of example will not only feed us, but save us.


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by Max Goldberg

I almost fell over in my chair the other day when I read this one in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: The chemicals that resist fire damage can easily be imagined as harsh substances. Now imagine those substances going in your family's stomach. Traces of a flame retardant often used to on furniture and walls have been found in peanut butter, beef, and cold cuts. If you haven't moved to organic yet, this information should start a fire beneath your eating habits to change!

 

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Equal Exchange Powers Coffee to New Level: An Interview with Co-President Rob Everts

Interviewed by Susan Lutz, ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living

1. What is the mission of Equal Exchange?

To build long term trade relationships that are economically just and environmentally sound, to foster mutually beneficial relationships between farmers and consumers, and to demonstrate through our success, the contribution of worker cooperatives and fair trade to a more equitable, democratic and sustainable world...

 

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