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BPA is still everywhere, and mounting evidence suggests harmful effects

By Amanda Mascarelli    December 9, 2013

These days the baby aisle shelves are lined with products proudly announcing: “BPA-free.” As a mom and a consumer, this is reassuring. 860 more words

Healthy Tip Tuesday - Canned vs. Dried Beans

I’ve decided to start a weekly tips post on both my Instagram and the blog. I’ve found since I made the life change to a more raw food vegan lifestyle many of my friends and family are beginning to ask me questions about certain foods, nutrients and health overall.  678 more words


KOR Water | Coconut-Shell-Filtered Water Bottle

The KOR Nava filtered water bottle is a sleek, BPA-free water bottle that has a built-in filter made out of coconut shells. This coconut carbon filter filters your water with each sip – leaving you with really tasty, clean and refreshing water. 146 more words



August 19, 2014     By Alexandra Zissu, Editorial Director

If you’re busily stressing out about getting your kids ready and scheduled for the impending school year, stop. 433 more words


Improving Nutrigenomics and Epigenetics with Food. BPA, Aging, Pregnancy

Methyl-rich foods assist in a more desirable DNA expression and improved aging.  These foods are a path to improving Nutrigenomics August 19th post, Epigenetics July 9th post, and Brain Health August 8th post.  105 more words

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How Instant Noodles Can Hurt Your Heart

In the proverbial pantry of cheap, convenient eats, nothing beats ramen. You no longer even have to be a college student to indulge: the processed noodle has graduated from dorm room to restaurant, popping up on U.S. 356 more words