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Goodlifer: If You Care - Products for the Conscious Cook

If You Care – Products for the Conscious Cook

I feel a little silly not mentioning If You Care until now. I do a lot of cooking and baking. Some of that is by choice, and some of it’s because I do…

Goodlifer: Cutting the Caffeine

Cutting the Caffeine – Why You Need to & How to Do it

That morning cup of coffee may be causing more harm than you know. The energy boost you get is an artificial caffeine-induced high that creates a vicious circle of dependency, which can be…

Goodlifer: Born to Run, or Determined to Try

Born to Run, or Determined to Try

“I hate running.” How many times have you heard someone say that, or perhaps uttered the words yourself? Running is one of those divisive forms of exercise that you either love or loathe….

Going Gluten-free for a Month – a Personal Health Experiment, Part 2

Two months ago, I wrote about my experiment of going without gluten; one month ago, I started eating gluten again. The month of gluten-free completed, I am sorry to report to you readers,…

Set The Table, It’s Food Day

Today, October 24, is the first National Food Day, a day of celebration that will occur every year on this same date. The Food Day initiative “seeks to bring together Americans from all…

Going Gluten-free for a Month – a Personal Health Experiment

This month, I’m cutting all gluten out of my diet. Going off gluten is part of a personal experiment to regulate my hormones. I begin this experiment a secret skeptic that an alternative…

The ANDI Score – Helping You Choose Nutrient-dense Foods

Like there weren’t enough nutrition rating systems out there, right? Here’s another one to add to your list of things to check while shopping, but the ANDI score is actually worth getting to…

Choosing Raw – My New Food Philosophy

Like many of us, I’ve struggled to find a diet that suits me well. A vegetarian for nearly a decade, I was still battling weight issues and stomach problems and couldn’t seem to…

Eco-Scale – A New Rating System for Cleaning Products

We all want nice clean, healthy homes, right? What we don’t want are the toxic chemicals that often come with that. According to the EPA, indoor air can sometimes be more polluted that…

Good News: Week 17

Green consumer behaviors are on the rise and the fair trade label shows an increase in sales and allure. Swapping out some foods for others can be a lifesaver. Why the foodie movement…

Good News: Week 14

This week, we found new life from ancient giants, and hope in that 2011 promises to be a big year for important food issues. We discovered the beauty of mundane routines and 11…

Good News: Week 6

The USDA released their revised dietary guidelines and the First Lady wants to make our restaurants healthier by rethinking portion-sizes and menu options. The NY Times showed us a slower, more Japanese, approach…

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