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How to Buy and Why Soak Legumes or Pulses (Beans)
April 1, 2013  —  10:30

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Health Uncategorized | Comments: 1

But First, What Are Legumes or Pulses?

spilling the beans

To start, I had to look up the difference between a legume and a pulse… pulses are the edible seeds that grow on a legume.  Legumes are shrubs, herbs, and trees that produce pod-shaped fruit. The pods are what hold the pulses (such as peas).  For the rest of the post, I’ll just say ‘beans’, though most of what I refer to in this post applies to other pulses as well, such as chickpeas, mung beans, lentils, peas, peanuts, etc.

Purchasing and Using Beans

Beans are also a food that helps us more…



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Mediterranean Garbanzo and Black Bean Salad
March 31, 2013  —  22:33

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Recipes Uncategorized | Comments: 0

Mediterranean Chickpea and Black Bean SaladThis is super easy and refreshing salad that takes only minutes to make once you have the beans ready.  I prepare my beans ahead of time and store batches of them in the freezer.  I pull them out of the freezer when I’m ready to make this salad.

Serves: 4+ people as a side dish or salad.

 

Ingredients:

2 diced Persian Cucumbers

1 diced Roma Tomato more…



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Have You Checked Your Fish Lately?
March 23, 2013  —  23:55

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Health Uncategorized | Comments: 0

Do We Want Genetically Engineered Salmon on our Plates?

GE Salmon half Center for Food Safety

Have you heard of Frankenfish? It’s a name given to AquaBounty Technologies’ genetically engineered Salmon. AquaBounty Technologies is a small American biotechnology company that increases the productivity of aquaculture: creating fast growing specimens (such as salmon, trout, and tilapia eggs) by genetic engineering. It seems like something you’d hear in a science fiction novel. It’s real though, and their GMO fish has been in the making for more than 17 years. Their engineered salmon has been patented and goes by the name of AquAdvantage Salmon. These GMO salmon grow twice as fast as other farmed Atlantic salmon and therefore reach “market size” in less time. more…



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FREE Online Healthy Life Summit – Starts Tomorrow!
March 23, 2013  —  16:51

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Health Uncategorized | Comments: 0

Healthy Life Summit PresentersJust a Quick Reminder –
-it’s FREE,
-you can SIGN-UP NOW,
-the Summit starts TOMORROW,
-it’s packed with HEALTH-WISE INFORMATION
-and you can view it from YOUR COUCH!

Instead of reading a ton of books and watching movies on health, wouldn’t it be easier to listen to some of your favorite authors, film makers and doctors throughout the week? Have you had questions on health related topics but didn’t know where to start searching? more…



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Genetically Engineered Fish – TODAY We Can Take Action
March 22, 2013  —  13:25

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Health Uncategorized | Comments: 0

salmon by pepemczolz on flickr - modifiedI just received an email a few minutes ago that there is a Senate Vote going on this afternoon and your input is needed. Please take a few minutes to send an email or make a phone call to let the Senate know TODAY to that you want Genetically Engineered Fish that may be on our dinner plates to AT LEAST BE LABELED accordingly. Hopefully we’ll be able to stop GE Fish from being produced for our consumption to begin with, but in case it is approved, let’s at least have the option to know what is being packaged and sold to us so that we are able to make an informed decision on not feeding this to our families. more…



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The Healthy Life Summit – 35 FREE Video Presentations from Top Experts!
March 11, 2013  —  16:59

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Health Uncategorized | Comments: 0

Healthy Life Summit summaryI wish I had known about something like this years ago as I was searching for information about ways to live healthier.  It was an effort to get so many of my questions answered. I was constantly searching out topics and piecing it all together.  I’m so excited that this Healthy Life Summit has been put together, all in one week of presentations, that I can listen to on my own time – and best of all, it’s FREE.

Are you familiar with authors of best-selling books such as The Mood Cure, Nourishing Traditions, The Body Ecology series, Seeds of Deception and The Unhealthy Truth?  How about movies – Genetic Roulette and Farmageddon? more…



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Pantry Paratus Radio – Interviewing ME!
March 7, 2013  —  11:20

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Resources This Blog Uncategorized | Comments: 0

PantryParatusRadioOkay, I was shaking in my boots, literally.  I get so nervous talking in crowds and all I could see in my mind as this was being recorded is that people were sitting listening to me. more…



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The Good and the Bad about Sweeteners
March 3, 2013  —  23:46

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Health Uncategorized | Comments: 3

Agave, Honey, Stevia, Coconut Palm – the List Goes On…

agavaA few weeks ago I was at Whole Foods Market ordering a smoothie from their menu and asked for a modification of their listed ingredients, as I often do.  I asked that they use Honey instead of Agave and use Kale instead of Spinach.  Generally the same people take my order, and this time one of the Team Members asked me why I don’t use Agave… was it just the taste I didn’t like?  I stood there for a moment and really couldn’t remember exactly what it was.  I had Agave on my “pick something more…



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Laundry Detergents, Bleaches and Softeners – Most Are Toxic!
What Grade Does Your Product Get?
February 11, 2013  —  20:36

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Health Laundry Uncategorized | Comments: 4

chemicals in laundry detergents

Does the smell of bleach make you think that your clothes are “clean”?  Do you like that flowery scent?  I used to love that the warm, fluffy, soft feeling after the clothes were pulled out of the dryer.  A while ago I read about bleach, detergents and fabric softeners – laundering my clothes became a totally new ball game!

Detergents and softeners leave dangerous chemical residues on our clothes and skin, and toxic fumes in the air that we breathe. Fortunately, changing our cleaning products is one of the simple changes that we can make.

Over 600 laundry products, from 95 brands, were evaluated – a whopping 80% of them received D’s and F’smore…



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DIY Laundry Detergent & Laundry Tips
February 11, 2013  —  12:18

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: DIY Projects Laundry Uncategorized | Comments: 2

DIY laundry detergentLaundry detergent can be made out of some very basic cleaning products. It’s easy, inexpense, eco-friendly and toxin-free.

This very basic DIY recipe for Laundry Detergent is:
1/3 cup Soap Flakes or shave a pure soap such as Castile Bar Soap
1/4 cup Baking Soda
1/2 cup Washing Soda
1/2 cup Borax more…



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