World Environment Day is coming on June 5th, 2015.  Sponsored by the United Nations, it is a vehicle to promote positive environmental awareness and change.

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With GMO labeling issues now at the forefront, ingredient transparency is an industry-wide concern.

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In February 2015, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued 11 warning letters to companies for a host of health claims made on product labels and websites, as well as on Facebook comments.

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When my son was diagnosed with celiac disease about two years ago, I could not have told you anything at that time about gluten.

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Being outside and basking in the final weeks of spring, a time when even the smallest backyard is a social venue, play area ore barbecue station, is an unofficial kickoff for summer. 

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Stress may be clouding the perception of decision makers, world leaders, and private citizens alike, leading to harmful legislation such as the DARK Act.

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detox

Detoxification is a personal and physical experience, an exercise of discipline and a commitment to health and wellness. 

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Dame Jane Goodall, UN Messenger of Peace, leading world primatologist and environmentalist is the newest to add her voice to the outcry against the hazardous effects of biotechnology. Her 2015 global tour now includes an endorsement of the newest book on the topic, Altered Genes, Twisted Truth, authored by Steven Druker, J.D.

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alternative sweetener

According to the Canadian Obesity Network, North American consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks and soda has "skyrocketed"in the last thirty years.

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As a lifestyle publicist and trendwatcher living between SoHo and Malibu I spend more time than you might think shopping my local hardware store and I’m not the only style- and health-conscious woman who is trying to be as green as possible perusing these shops for what I need. 

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