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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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by Olivia Hawkins

Hi, my name is Olivia Hawkins. I’m 16 years old. I live in Costa Rica on our family farm, called Barking Horse Farm. We have lots of animals, such as goats, chickens, ducks, dogs, cats, and six horses. We keep our horses naturally. We practice Parelli Natural Horsemanship...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Organic living is a way of life that transmits an energy of respect and tranquility for the people, places, and animals of the land. Training horses through a more gentle method, such as the Parellie Natural Horsemanship way, leaves behind old traditions and instead implements an approach of caring for animals by allowing natural life and care. According to author Olivia Hawkins, traditional methods of shoeing and training puts a tremendous amount of stress onto the animals life. Barking Horse Farm implements a system of working with horses that is one an organic and natural approach.


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from Cornucopia

By exploring exactly how the edible concoctions sold to us as “food” are made, the book sheds light on why we would all be better off eating real food, grown in soil and raised on farms, rather than the creations of food chemists in lab coats that are assembled in factories rather than cooked in kitchens...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Processed foods didn't just "happen," we've bought into it over a process of time. It is time to become educated on how and why we consume what we do. Handing over our health with such confidence to the powers-that-be has lead us to a doomed road of obesity, disease, and unhappiness.


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A recent report by U.N. Women and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) links upholding women's land rights to the achievement of global food security and sustainable development...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Women the key to ending world hunger. The world is finally catching on.


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by Jessica Ray

This is a question I have asked myself a number of times and I finally have taken the time to find the answer. My understanding is that organic refers to how food is grown whereas natural refers to how food is made/produced or processed. Of course this is an over simplified definition so I'll break it down further...

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: If it's "all natural" it's good for me? Right? Not so fast. Natural could mean loads of sugar. Natural could mean bleach. Natural could mean just about anything as regulation for the world natural doesn't exist. Sounds good on the package, but look twice. Organic means organic, which naturally means natural. There is a difference.


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by Meghan Telpner

Smoothies seem to be the go-to healthy meal. It is simple enough- throw some good things in a blender, blend and drink. There is certainly a huge smoothie demand out there given the ridiculous number of smoothie products on the market. Some are good, most or horrible...


Editor’s Note from Susan Lutz: Meghan Telpner is the author of the new book to be released: UnDiet. She promises it's a book about breaking the rules. Meghan is noted for her originality and loves to start the day with a smoothie. Meghan Telpner is a certified "nutritionista" and holistic lifestyle consultant. She finds a lot of love in food and vibrantly created dishes. Wake up to a new way of life; a fresh way to start not just the day, but everything.


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by Carol Dreibelbis

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that about one-third—or 1.3 billion metric tons—of all food produced for human consumption goes to waste each year. While it is easy to recognize the enormity of this number, it is much more difficult to make sense of it in a useful way. An October 2012 study by Jean Buzby and Jeffrey Hyman of the U.S. Department of Agriculture seeks to make food waste estimates more meaningful by attaching a dollar value...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: We waste way too much. Why is this happening? How does it impact us? An interesting article to investigate.


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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: What a great way to bring green indoors!


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from Partners in Health

To mark the end of 2013, we wanted to share 29 images that capture the dedication of our clinicians, the ambitions of our founders, and the lives of our patients...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: These photos tell a story of a group dedicated to changing the health of others. From a girl playing her violin at an organic market to finding ways to help mothers birth, these photos show how with small steps, make a giant step.


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by Donna Gates

Gautam Dantas, an assistant professor of pathology and immunology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, and his colleagues recently published a paper showing that the friendly microbes in the intestinal tracts of healthy American children were found to have numerous antibiotic-resistant genes.

It turns out that with repeated exposure to antibiotic drugs, bacteria develop a genetic resistance to these drugs.


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Add a bit of prevention to your medicine chest. Boost your immune system the natural way.


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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: This is one cool idea. Watch the transformation of a lawn that created not only food, but also a beautiful landscape to share at home.


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by Susan Lutz,
ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living

Shop local: Going organic is a path that leads in many directions. Not every product can be organic; however, more products can be chosen to lessen our environmental impact. Shopping local does that. Much of the time you can find organic and local...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Pick a few; try your favorites. This year, go organic by one small act or a big change. You choose; you change yourself and the world.


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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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