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by Neda Smith, FDN, CMTA, HHC,
ATH Co-Editor of Holistic Nutrition

Do you find yourself midday crashing and needing a pick me up, such as coffee, chocolate, energy drinks or sweets in general?...

 

Editor's Note from Neda Smith: Did you know that your chronic fatigue could be associated to your weight gain as well as the other way around? Also did you know the same to be true about the health of your thyroid? Neda Smith has written a great article on how they are all entwined and what 3 steps can be taken to improve the health of your adrenals.


Holistic Nutrition


by Marie Tyndall

The right to emergency obstetric services for life-threatening complications is fundamental to saving lives in Latin America. Childbirth should be safe and empowering for women and children alike; our future depends on it...

 

Editor's Note: Nothing can be more important to start an organic life than a birth without the intrusion of drugs, unwanted chemicals, and a safe place to deliver a child...

 

Organic Living


by Neda Smith, FDN, CMTA, HHC,
ATH Co-Editor of Holistic Nutrition

The holidays are over, the New Year has begun and the thought of changing your diet and eating healthier has become overwhelming. But you know that something must be done, because you can not eat the way you do any longer...

 

Editor's Note from Neda Smith: Tens of thousands of Americans have resolved to lose weight and to get healthier in 2015. Some people are hesitant to adopt a healthier lifestyle in fear of having to change too many things at once as it is too overwhelming. Here are 5 simple and easy steps to help you achieve your goals and stay on track without feeling overwhelmed.

 

Holistic Nutrition


by Delia Quigley

Recently I taught a cooking class featuring locally grown foods. As it is presently late spring/early summer in New Jersey there is not a whole lot of abundant produce, but with the help of my local community supported garden, some tidbits from my own organic garden, a little of this and a little of that I was able to create a menu inspired by the idea of a summer picnic in the countryside. No need to travel far, however, as these recipes will taste just as delicious with your feet up on the back porch railing or in your city apartment with the air conditioner cooling you down...

 

Healing Recipes


by Mary Earhart

Celiac is an abnormal immune response to gluten, a protein in wheat, barley and rye. It is a hidden ingredient in many flavorings and processed foods. The immune response can be triggered by minute amounts, such as cross contamination of cooking utensils in a restaurant. Ingesting dietary gluten causes the immune system to destroy nutrient absorbing cilia in the small intestine. The resulting inflammation can cause all sorts of seemingly unrelated symptoms. We immediately started a gluten free diet. We were able to keep all our organic raw whole foods.

 

Holistic Nutrition


by Denise Austin
One question I am constantly asked is “I’ve been doing crunches religiously, but I’m not getting flatter abs! What do I have to do to lose belly fat?” Contrary to popular belief, toned abdominals don't come from doing a million crunches alone...

 

Editor’s Note from Bess Coble: This week’s Fit Tip is from Denise Austin, an Everyday Health expert.

 

Exercise & Fitness


by Heather Casto

From Sheila Fields: Spring is a great time to do a cleanse which helps our bodies repair and rejuvenate. Chef Heather Casto explains why this recipe heals… pollutants, also known as free radicals, are everywhere. The main defense to these pollutants are antioxidants. Cilantro is extremely high in antioxidants...

 

Healing Recipes


by Merry Lycett Harrison, RH (AHG)

One of my favorite moments in spring is when I come home in the afternoon to air scented by the sweet violets blooming in my yard. Their flowers vary in color from pink to deep purple and they bloom even before the crocus, bloodroot and trees. As an herbal medicine, they make a good tonic for the immune system, and their heart-shaped leaves were once thought to be an indication of benefit for the health of the heart...

 

Editor´s Note from Milan Perry: Merry Harrison paints a wonderful picture in helping us to see the beauty in growing a diversity of plants in your garden. Even if you live in the city you can benefit from the aromatic flowers of medicinal herbs as well as culinary herbs. Instead of buying basil why not grow it for much less? Enjoy the bouquet of green leaves.

 

Herbalism


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