Posted by Rebecca Desfosse, guest blogger Conventional beauty products contain artificial ingredients and preservatives that can irritate sensitive skin. While there are many reasons that you may want to make your own cosmetics at home out of natural ingredients, homemade beauty products run a higher risk of growing bacteria and going rancid as a result. Here […]
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Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger Every parent wants their baby to be safe and healthy above all else. Choosing pediatrician tested, natural products for your baby may be important to you as a new parent. Why Choose Natural Baby Products? Unlike full-grown adults, babies and young children are still rapidly developing. A faster metabolism means […]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger Being careful about what you put on your body can be just as important as what you put in it during pregnancy. Just as there is a long list of precautions on food while you’re pregnant, there are also plenty of personal care items you may want to avoid. Here […]
Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger This time of year, every weight-loss technique strives to get the most attention. When all the advice is coming from experts, it’s hard to reconcile the information and make sense of it for yourself. To survey the best and worst health trends of 2014, I caught up with Dr. Sarfraz […]
Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger The term “natural” elicits images of simple, earthy foods. I envision a natural item as raw, untreated, pure, unadulterated, and even organic. But when it comes to grocery items, the label “natural” can mean anything. March is National Nutrition Month, and there’s no better time than now to clarify food […]