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I Feel the Need for Seed!

Spring is just around the corner and it will be here before you know it. Now is a great time to start preparing your garden bed or pots. Turn the soil in your garden, and add more if necessary. You may also sprinkle nutrients such as organic compost, manure and peat moss over the garden […]

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Managing Stress and Anxiety Through the Holidays

As wonderful as each holiday season is, it also brings an added level of stress. Everyone is busy rushing here and there, trying to catch the SALES, or volunteering your time to those in need, on top of keeping up with the everyday year-round responsibilities! It’s enough to stress anyone! According to Wise Lifestyles, “Over […]

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Juicy Gello Flu Shots

For our readers who are not in favor of flu shots via a needle, this is an alternative flu shot using juices, teas and herbs. Be creative and play around with your favorite fruit and herbs. Recipe and variations below. Most Common Immune Boosters CALENDULA – Is a popular herb for stimulating the immune system […]

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The Top 10 Natural Alternatives for Ibuprofen

Although Ibuprofen is a very effective anti-inflammatory, side effects such as ulcers or stomach and digestive tract damage, along with long term circulatory system and heart damage through constant use, make the need for a natural alternative without side effects more desirable and necessary. We remind you to always check with your Doctor before taking […]

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Flavors From Around The World

Time Saving TIP: At the beginning of the week roast a batch of your favorite veggies. Cut into bite size pieces, toss with your favorite vinaigrette or seasonings and cook on a parchment paper lined baking sheet at 450 until tender. Use this handy chart to create new veggie mixes and flavors!

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Naturally Calming Remedies

Anxiety disorders affect 40 million adult Americans, making anxiety the most common mental health problem in the United States, according to the Anxiety Disorders Association of America. You may have experienced this yourself– your palms are clammy, you become shaky,  you break into a cold sweat and your brain fogs over. When you’re anxious or […]

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One Pan Tomato Basil Spaghetti

Don’t you love it when someone comes up with a delicious recipe, that can be made in one pan? MyFrigFood.com did just that and we promise this is a true keeper!! One Pan Tomato Basil Spaghetti       Ingredients 12 ounces pasta (I’m going to try a gluten free pasta) 1 (15 ounces) diced […]

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Healing Herbs and Spice Chart

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10 Tips For Your Own Organic Garden

It’s becoming harder and harder to avoid GMO food. Nearly 90% of corn and soy in the United States has been genetically modified to resist insects and disease. Much of the food we eat today has some form of these two plants alone, but because the FDA does not require labeling for GMO’s, you may […]

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Grilled Salmon With Mustard & Herbs

Millions of Christians around the globe are observing Good Friday tomorrow by not eating meat. We’ve got a mouthwatering salmon recipe you could easily find in the best of restaurants. The salmon cooks over a bed of lemon and fresh herbs to infuse it with flavor and keep the fish tender and moist. This recipe […]

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