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5 Good Reasons to Skip the Juice Cleanse This Year

by guest blogger Caroline Praderio, food and nutrition writer for Prevention magazine and EatClean.com Thinking about trying a juice cleanse or radical detox to kick off 2016? We don’t blame you: The allure of these diets is strong. Who doesn’t want to chimney-sweep their insides, clearing out all the crap you put in there between […]

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What 4 Nutritionists Eat at New Year’s Eve Parties

By guest blogger Stephanie Eckelkamp for EatClean.com Dilemma: Even though I’m pretty health savvy, New Year’s Eve parties make me go a little nutty. Like, eat-five-pounds-of-cheese-and-wash-it-down-with-spiked-punch nutty. Apparently, I should have a game plan for avoiding this kind of binge, but I don’t. Luckily, four supersmart nutritionists decided to help me out. Here, they weigh […]

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Giving Thanks for a New Food Tradition

by guest blogger Melanie Hansche, executive director of food content and strategy at Rodale Inc The guest list for this first-time Thanksgiving host sounded like the start of a bad joke: five Australians, a Texan, an Englishman, and a Mexican. (At least we had one American, right?) It was my first crack at hosting this […]

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I Hate Granola

Recently on Twitter, I clicked on a link from the Economist baiting me with a tweet about which American fast-food company is both most profitable and most ecofriendly. I knew before clicking that the answer was Chipotle, but wanted to confirm. I was greeted by this opening sentence: “SUSTAINABILITY suffers from an image problem. Not […]

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Lost in Transition: Why Are Farmers Resistant to Organic?

by Maria Rodale and Kimbal Musk, who recently visited Iowa together and wrote the following for The Des Moines Register: At this moment in time, American consumer demand for organic foods far exceeds the supply. Though the organic sector is a $39.1 billion market with an annual growth rate of 10 percent (the fastest-growing sector […]

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6 Delicious Earth-Friendly Treats for Halloween and Beyond

by guest blogger Gillian Francella, multimedia journalist and newly converted vegan/vegetarian ‘Tis the season to be spooky. And nothing is more terrifying to a food lover like myself than the approaching holidays…as a new vegan. Pumpkin heads stuffed with candy are what make Halloween great; tables of Thanksgiving food are what unite families; and can […]

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How to Make Homemade Canned Pumpkin—Without a Can!

Rumor has it that there will be a canned pumpkin shortage this year. (!?) Apparently, too much rain in Illinois has ruined this year’s pumpkin crop for major brands of canned pumpkin. But before you rush out now and stockpile cans for Thanksgiving, I strongly encourage you to not worry. You never have to buy […]

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The American Hospital with an Organic Farm

Full disclosure: I’m not referring to just any organic farm. This is a Rodale Institute organic farm. It’s not just any hospital, either. It’s a hospital based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (my hometown), which had the courage to do something that only one other hospital in America has done: find a way to grow organic food […]

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