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Editor's Note from Melanie Webb: One of the things that separates champion athletes from the lucky winners is the ability to visualize their performance. If you've watched the Olympics at all this year, you've heard of U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte. Wether you're a neighborhood lunchtime speed walker or a competitive triathlete, take note of how Ryan uses all of his senses to put himself in that winning mind set.
 

Exercise & Fitness


by Ihor Basko, DVM, CVA

Here’s a personal story from my archives that I thought I’d share to testify to the wonderful properties of Chinese herbs. Disclaimer: It can be graphic in certain sections, and it probably isn’t the best story to read over your afternoon tea or lunch. Also, I would like to preface this by saying that should you ever encounter a similar emergency situation, it is always ideal to find your nearest veterinary emergency facility. Don’t wait until it’s too late...

 

Editor´s Note from Cathy Alinovi: Yunnan Paiyao (Bai Yao in some spellings) is a great herb! I've used it for many internal bleeding situations. Dr B figures out how to use Yunnan Paiyao in a novel way to save little Bianca. Dr B's story is a wonderful example of how problem solving works in veterinary medicine, especially in alternative medicine, as there are so many ways to look at things. Each patient is different and each patient needs its own treatment.

 

 Animals & Pets


from the Organic Consumers Association

STOP spraying toxic pesticides on school property, playgrounds and in buildings, and convert to integrated pest management practices...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: School lunches need a make-over. These ideas will take our children far and set the standard for a higher level of learning.

 

Organic Living


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.

 

Organic Living


by Seyyada A. Burney

from Worldwatch Institute's Nourishing the Planet

As summer draws to a close, it’s time for kids to go back to school. Sadly, this often means a return to terribly unhealthy school lunches filled with fried chicken, pizza pockets, sugary drinks, and high-calorie snacks. School food can  jeopardize the health and well-being of America’s next generation, but fortunately, it’s also the best place to start addressing the obesity epidemic...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: School starts soon and what are we learning about health and nutrition? Little if we continue serving pizza, chicken nuggets, and soda in the cafeteria. Initiatives are making their way to give kids a healthier, organic, and energizing lunch - something that might sprout a foundation for higher learning.

 

Organic Living


 

by Dr. Stephen Gangemi

Recently several school cafeterias have hired food behavior scientists to hopefully help improve kids’ lunch choices and battle the ever-growing problem of obesity in the United States.  They’re using tactics such as hiding the ice cream and other snacks and offering salads with regular meals...


Note:  Dr. Gangemi gives some insight into the mysteries of the Food Pyramid.  Follow his advice and you will be well on your way to better health.

 

Holistic Nutrition


Adapted by Andrea D'Amore

This has been one of my favorite spring lunch recipes for a while now and if made with soy yogurt and sprouted grain or rice tortillas it can also be vegan and gluten free. Once again, it lets us take advantage of what spring has to offer by using the greens, chives and asparagus and it delivers a wide variety of nutrients...

 

 

Healing Recipes


 

Editor’s Note from Andrea D'Amore: The season for strawberries is just about upon us and I wanted to share this wonderful recipe that gives us a unique way of using them.  This is a perfect lunch or light dinner recipe for the spring and summer months and it provides us with ample amounts of healing nutrients. First, strawberries provide ample amounts of Vitamin C, potassium and folate. Consuming them on a regular basis has been proven to lower blood pressure and protect against rheumatoid arthritis. Also, they are full of antioxidants which, as we should know by now are preventative against cancer and heart disease...

 

Healing Recipes


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