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Letter from Publisher

Letter from Publisher

Ignorance of the fact that what we eat impacts our health can be dangerous; we can routinely sabotage our well-intentioned efforts in other areas of life if we aren’t making informed choices about food.

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Fortifying Local Food with Year-Round Markets

Fortifying Local Food with Year-Round Markets

Farmers’ markets continue to grow in popularity throughout the United States but shoppers living in climates where winter temperatures are frigid often have a challenge finding open markets during winter months.

Gardening for a Healthier Lifestyle

Gardening for a Healthier Lifestyle

According to Best, “Gardening provides exercise through physical activity as well as helping with the all-important issue of stress relief.”

Everyone Is a Work in Progress

Everyone Is a Work in Progress

Most of us can take comfort in this perspective: everyone is a work in progress. For those who’d prefer to skip psychoanalysis, connecting with a life coach can be positively transformative.

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Food Gleaning

Food Gleaning

Harvesting Leftovers Feeds the Hungry

By picking what’s left behind in the fields, nonprofit groups are providing fresh, healthy food to millions nationwide.

Savvy Cycling

Savvy Cycling

Keep the Hard Knocks Out of Biking

By choosing the right bicycle, wearing a helmet, pedaling a little faster, and keeping an eye out for distracted drivers, cyclists can fully enjoy the road without suffering pain or bruises.

Purr-fect Pet Sitters

Purr-fect Pet Sitters

Make Sure Your Pet Enjoys Your Vacation, Too

When you’re away from home, a professionally-trained pet sitter that knows your pet’s breed and habits may be an all-around happier choice of care.

Veggie Nation Revolution

Veggie Nation Revolution

The food we eat enormously affects our climate, water and soil—and we can have a say in whether our food is produced and distributed in a way that benefits us all.

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Bug Food

Protein-Rich Insects May Be Food of the Future

Fracking Fallout

Waterways, Soils and Animals Poisoned with EPA Approval

Mushroom Magic

Fungi Clean Up Toxic Wastes

Protest Songs

Rocker Neil Young Celebrates Food Democracy with New Album Tour

Fresh Catch

Community Supported Fisheries Share Bounty of the Sea

Vermont’s Victory

Court Rules GMO Labeling Constitutional

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Flaxseed Oil Soothes Carpal Tunnel

Flaxseed Oil Soothes Carpal Tunnel

Natural Relief for Sufferers

Stress Ramps Up Inflammation

Stress Ramps Up Inflammation

Anxiety Affects More than the Mind

No Worries: Cats Naturally Eat Less in Summer

No Worries: Cats Naturally Eat Less in Summer

Take Appetite Swings in Stride

Eating Peanuts Early On Reduces Allergy Risk

Eating Peanuts Early On Reduces Allergy Risk

Decrease Chances of Reactions Later in Life

Mindfulness Meditation Lowers Blood Pressure

Mindfulness Meditation Lowers Blood Pressure

Reduces Four Markers of Hypertension

Social Isolation Linked to Earlier Death

Social Isolation Linked to Earlier Death

Loneliness Just as Damaging as Smoking, Excessive Drinking and Obesity

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Natural Awakenings Greater Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky
July 2015

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