September 27, 2011 • in Health & Fitness

5 Belly-Flattening Secrets

By guest blogger Dr. Mao Shing Ni, DOM, PhD, ABAAHP, LAc; author of the bestselling book Secrets of Longevity. Two out of three people in the United States are overweight. Lately, there has been a lot of focus on reducing …

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September 26, 2011 • in Random Thoughts

What’s Really Important?

Sometimes I remember what’s really important when I am doing something that doesn’t seem very important at all. And I remembered it while manning the grill with Dave Zinczenko at Apple Fest 2011. I didn’t ask him to help me …

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September 23, 2011 • in Organic Food

Top 10 Must-Have’s for
Every Sweet Organic Pantry

For me, if I had to choose between sweet and savory, I’d always go with savory. But every pantry needs a stash of sweet stuff for baking and so forth—especially at this time of year. Maple Syrup: Coombs Farm—Well, French …

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September 22, 2011 • in Health & Fitness

Hospitals to Serve Antibiotic-Free Chicken

by Wendy Gordon Does it matter if the chicken you buy for your family is from a farm that uses low doses of antibiotics in its feed? Consider this: Premier Healthcare Alliance recently contracted with Murray’s Chicken of South Fallsburg, …

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September 21, 2011 • in Organic Food

Top 10 Must-Have’s for
Every Savory Organic Pantry

This time of year is always a good time to clean out your pantry and stock up for the dark winter days ahead, when a good hot meal can be the difference between a good day and a bad one. …

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September 20, 2011 • in Health & Fitness

Good Food Ain’t Cheap;
Cheap Food Ain’t Good (part 2 of 2)

by guest blogger Alberto Gonzalez, founder and CEO of GustOrganics, For part 1 of this blog post, click here. “Good food ain’t cheap, cheap food ain’t good” seems to make sense to almost everybody, but, at the time of …

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September 19, 2011 • in Health & Fitness

The Biological Clock versus
The Life Clock

When I got pregnant at 19 and decided to keep the baby, I would joke with all my 30-something friends that at least I didn’t have to worry about my biological clock. Back then, the talk at all social events …

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