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life is not a hardship to be endured

life is always here, ready to teach us a "special" lesson of some sort or another, if only we would take the time to notice.

The street I live on in Tokyo is so narrow, that cars can barely traverse from top to bottom. Because of this, a system for lining up everyone's bicycles on one si ...
Author: Charlie Badenhop
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Organic Farming

Lokmangal Biofertilizers

After the introduction of chemical fertilizers in the last century, farmers were happy of getting increased yield in agriculture in the beginning. But slowly chemical fertilizers started displaying their ill-effects such as leaching out, and polluting water basins, destroying micro-organisms and ...
Author: Mahesh Deshmukh
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Organic Food

Look Younger Now!:

While we have made significant progress in our understanding of the human body and of life, still we find that the vital health and youthfulness we’re looking for is somewhat elusive. What we scientists ultimately come to recognize is that the "Fountain of Youth" lies "naturally" within each of u ...
Author: Chris Guerriero
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Making Sense of the Natural vs Synthetic Debate: Acceptability of Synthetic Ingredients in Cosmetic

Ideas and perspectives as to what constitutes a natural product vary. Is bread natural? Is fruit natural? What about soap? Or nail polish? What criteria can an interested consumer use to distinguish between a natural or synthetic product? The answer is not as clear as some would have you believe. ...
Author: Lori Stryker
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Bonsai

Mini Bonsai Tree - How they are different from the regular Bonsai Tree

The art of bonsai sculpting emerged in ancient Japan. It is often assumed that bonsai trees are small by their nature, surprisingly this is not the case. The bonsai tree carer has to prune and train these ordinary trees and plants to achieve the desired effect. The mini bonsai takes this concept eve ...
Author: April Kerr
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Organic Food

Multivitamins: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Ideally, humans would eat wholly nutritious diets rich in protein, vitamins and minerals. The fact is, most people do not meet all their nutritional needs through their food. As a result, many of us rely on multivitamins and supplements to achieve more complete nutrition.

Question: Do you k ...
Author: Scott White
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Organic Food

Natural Foods Defined

With so many people concerned about natural and organic foods these days, its
useful to stop and really take a look at what "natural" and "organic" foods really are. We all know that natural and organic foods are better for us than highly processed or artificial foods, but do we really know ...
Author: Stephanie Yeh
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Organic Food

Natural Self-Defense Against Breast Cancer

Natural Self Defense Against Breast Cancer - Learning to Cope with Organochlorine Pollution

What are organochlorines?

Organochlorines are chemicals found in some herbicides and pesticides, in chlorine bleach and most chemical disinfectants, and many plastics, especially PVC (polyvin ...
Author: Jennifer Rodriguez-Allen
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Natural Skin Care

You work hard to eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly. You know that organic foods can help you avoid ingesting nasty hormones and chemicals but did you know that these toxins are creeping into your system in other ways? Your moisturizers, eye creams, and make up may seem harmless, but check ...
Author: Dr. Edward F. Group III, DC, Ph.D, ND, DACBN
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Nutritional Nutrients

Nutrients form the basis for your body, emotional and spiritual needs. Fruit, vegetables, carbohydrates and fish and lean meat is important, but we’ve all heard the scare stories, ‘Mad cow disease’, ‘bird flu’, ‘radioactive fish’, ‘GM crop nightmares’ - and the coincidental timing of all these ha ...
Author: Kaye Bewley
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