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by Susan Lutz,
ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living
The pumpkin seems to kick off the whole Halloween theme. The rotund veggie appears in super markets by the bushel full. Some even question if we need an organic pumpkin...
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: The holiday season begins. Off we go in pursuit of a lot of food. We all know perhaps too much. How to keep some of it organic? Here's a look at ideas for a more, natural, organic Halloween treat.
by Melina Meza, E-RYT, BSN
With fall’s arrival, it’s an excellent opportunity to make some lifestyle adjustments that honor the changes occurring out in Nature. A few examples include: going to bed a little bit earlier each night, slowing down and doing less activity in general, wearing warmer clothes and scarves, saying YES to creative projects and hot baths, strengthening your digestive fire with warm soupy foods, and detoxifying your organs with a simple whole food diet and herbs before the onset of winter. Each will hopefully help you connect to Nature’s rhythm and bring nourishment to you and your family...
Editor´s Note from Lexi Yoga: Now that it's the start of the fall season, Melina Meza shares with us how to take some time to reflect on our life, and see how we can adjust our state of mind, physical health, diet or goals to connect into the fall season of change.
by Elizabeth Renter
The days are getting shorter and the nights slightly cooler—signs that summer is on its way out. We’ll be wearing sweaters and eating soup before you know it...
Editor´s Note: September is the perfect time to find the cream of the crop with late summer vegetables. Whether it’s beets, broccoli or sweet potatoes, late summer veggies are all packed with potent nutrition, according to Elizabeth Renter, writer for Natural Society. Find your veggies at a local farmer’s market and stroll into fall with health and a strong immunity.
by Mika Ono, Yuan Wang & Warren Sheir
After hearing a talk by a nutritionist from Henry’s Market who lauded beans’ many virtues — including high soluble fiber, protein, and antioxidants, not to mention ease on the pocketbook — I was happy to try out a new chili recipe...
Editor’s Note: Food Therapy is one of my favorite topics. Ancient Wisdom, Modern Cooking is a wonderful new cookbook and educational tool to learn about how to use food to bring more health and vitality into your life...
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: A great journey through where we've traveled to land with the planet, diet, and habits we have with food. It's quite a trip.
A staple at Saras home, everyone must know how to make a good pot of Lentil Soup. For all those vegetarians out there, lentil soup is a fantastic source of protein. It also serves as a healthy and savory comfort food. Watch Sara of Discovery Networks "Get Fresh with Sara Snow" while she teaches you how to make this hot staple.
by Dr. Chris Chatzoglou
Organic food has been growing in popularity over the past few years. Look in any major supermarket and typically, you will now find a relatively small organic produce section...
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Five quick tips to put on the top of your shopping list when shopping organic.
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