Saturday, February 26, 2011

Blog: An Early End to Japan’s Whaling Season, and What It Means for Dolphins | SaveJapanDolphins.org


Update! Hooray For Change! Here's a powerful example of what collective voices calling for change can accomplish!
A special thank you to The Sea Shepherd and to Ric O' Barry and the makers of The Cove!
Blog: An Early End to Japan’s Whaling Season, and What It Means for Dolphins | SaveJapanDolphins.org

Saturday, February 19, 2011

How toxic is your home?

Keep your family safe and healthy. Learn the facts.
This website breaks down the chemicals hiding in your home room by room.

Toxic Effects: Everyday Exposures

What do you do to avoid adding toxins in your home environment?


To live in a perfect non-toxic world is not realistic.  We are surrounded by toxins in our air, water, food and home. We do have choices we can make than can reduce our toxin exposure and lessen our impact on the planet.


What do you do to make your home safer and healthier?

Written by: Carol Lawrence


  




Sunday, February 13, 2011

Happy Valentine's Day To You And Your Pets



Happy Valentine's Day! 

Have you heard about "The Natural Nutrition No Cookbook?"
Delicious Food For You And Your Pets. This book shows you how to make easy recipes you and your animal companions can eat together
  • Health And Nutrition Guide


Wednesday, February 2, 2011

When life seems a little upside down....

When life seems a little upside down. Hang in there.
There's always tomorrow and it always get better!

Quick Tips For Lifting Your Mood.

  • Watch funny videos on YouTube
  • Pet an animal
  • Hold a smile for 30 seconds, it will shift your energy. 
  • Take a walk and get some fresh air. Walk your dog if you have one.
  • Listen to Hay House Radio. Free Radio For Your Soul.
  • Grab a cup of tea, a great book and indulge yourself.
  • Take a hot bath, add some sea salt and some of your favorite stones.
  • Listen to positive uplifting music. Put on your favorite CD, or dig our your old records and dance around your living room. 
  • Drink lot's of water and eat something healthy.
  • Write a list of all the things/people/events you are grateful in your life.
  • Take five minutes for yourself. Sit in a comfortable position, create a quite atmosphere and silence your mind. 

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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Michael Pollan on Eating Meat - Video - Oprah.com

Did you happen to catch the Oprah show today?

I thought Oprah's show today was very well rounded and needed. Anyone on her staff who wanted to could try a vegan diet for one week. Vegan is a diet that includes no animal products what so ever. None, zip, notta.
There were mixed results. One employee was angry and came to the conclusion she's addicted to fast food and once she worked through her feelings she felt much better.
Another man lost 11 pounds.
Toilet paper use sky rocketed at Harpo productions. People that were going you know what once a week were now going daily. 
To be fair they took a tour of a very popular slaughter house and talked about the meat industry. This particular slaughterhouse/meat company is very respectful with cows and requires respect from their employees. They also go above and beyond to keep the cattle calm and unafraid before the are killed. 
It was well rounded and agreed upon it's all about what feels right for you.
Some people choose to go vegan for not only health reasons but spiritual reasons. 
All in all they agreed too Meatless Mondays at Harpo. Something as simple as one or two meatless dinners a week can have a huge impact on the environment, your health and your budget. 
I think it's a great idea.
I think the bottom line that they touched on is it's ok to eat meat if it feels right to you. We just need to keep cleaning up our food industry. Animals need to be raised with respect and appreciation and as humanely as possible.
As Michael Pollan says "Give them a great life and on their one bad day, make it as quick and painless as possible."
Here's a great short little video: Michael is talking about how our diets changed more in the last 100 years than ever before. 

Michael Pollan on Eating Meat - Video - Oprah.com