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  • 5 Tips for a Greener and Healthier Lifestyle

    gardening helps you live a greener and healthier lifestyle

    Green living is being embraced by increasing numbers of people. Saving energy at home, using less gasoline, conserving fresh water and recycling paper, plastic and glass products all contribute to a......

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  • 5 Ways to Reduce Your Toxin Load

    clean-foodThere is something about spring that often makes people want to detox. Perhaps it’s the desire to reboot or recharge after a long, sluggish winter. While doing a detox can feel like a fresh start, we don’t need a particular time of year......

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  • 6 Health Benefits from Clean Water

    The need for clean water hardly requires explanation. Everyone has an inherent understanding of the value of uncontaminated water for drinking, cooking and washing. Beyond the obvious benefits of clean water for every day living, medical experts have validated some important health benefits, as well. Here are five important reasons......

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  • Why is Green Living Important?

    There are plenty of reasons offered for going green. But I just want to focus here on three of them. I think all three are very good reasons: one is environmental, one is geo-political/patriotic, and the last is very practical 1) Living green is the right thing to do. Conserving......

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  • Green Living Can Also Be Good For Your Health: Three Tips for Being Green and Healthy

    Green living is being embraced by increasing numbers of people. Saving energy at home, using less gasoline, conserving fresh water and recycling paper, plastic and glass products all contribute to a greener lifestyle and a lower carbon footprint. But there is another reason for going green: green living is also......

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  • Essentials of Healthy Living: Environmental Health

    A toxic substance is any compound that has an unhealthy effect on cellular structure or function. We encounter toxic chemicals on a daily basis, often without even knowing it. Exposure may come from the food we eat, the water we drink, the clothes we wear, or how we clean our......

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  • Why I Don’t Buy Carbon Offsets and Why You Shouldn’t Either

    How to go green in the best way is a question many serious-minded people ask themselves. Green living habits and environmentally friendly practices are worthwhile and should be encouraged. Finding ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle are the cornerstones of a greener lifestyle, as is attempting to repair any damage......

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  • Solving the World's Energy Problem - Part 3

    In Part 1 of this series on "Solving the World's Energy Problem," I made the case that fossil fuels are finite and must ultimately be replaced. Biofuels are a suitable substitute for fossil fuels, as both fossil fuels such as coal and oil, and biofuels such as alcohols......

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  • Solving the World’s Energy Problem - Part 2

    In "Solving the World's Energy Problem, Part 1," I have argued that fossil fuels are essentially fossilized energy from the sun. Since fossil fuels take millions of years to create and their supply is finite, at some future time our fossil fuels resources will be exhausted (or the limited supply......

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  • Solving the World's Energy Problem - Part 1

    This is the first entry in a 3-part series called, "Solving the World's Energy Problem." The world has an energy problem. This energy problem began developing the moment that man invented fire. At first it developed very slowly, imperceptibly, when there were very few people in the world and humans......

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