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Last week, I wrote a post called 10 Things the Mainstream is Right About Natural Health.  I’m no lover of the mainstream, but credit where credit is due and all.  Plus, it sometimes frustrates me to see some myths passed around in the ‘alternative’ world.  Some of those not-very-true and kind of “out there” ideas Read More

Today, we’re announcing the winner of the Cuisinart Baby Food Maker. The winner is: Ruthie! (ruthievbeaudry) Congratulations!  Look for an email from us shortly to claim your prize. If you didn’t win, check out how awesome the Cuisinart Baby Food Maker is, including how I know it can save you money! Do you make your Read More

This post is sponsored.  All research is independent and all opinions are my own. Recently, some people have become concerned that bentonite clay isn’t safe and may contain lead.  Lead, as many know, is not a safe substance and can cause brain damage.  It’s therefore regulated quite carefully and most people try to avoid it. Read More



by Jaclyn of Natural Momma in Progress My Favorite Summer Dinner As a family, my husband, kids and I love to make a team effort out of dinner, with the guys grilling outside and momma making the sides in the kitchen. I love to include a tall glass of this yummy lacto-fermented strawberry lemonade and finish dinner Read More

  I don’t know about you, but often when I read a mainstream article about natural health, I get pretty frustrated. A lot of the mainstream is pretty “anti” natural.  They don’t believe that nutrition is all that important, that homeopathy works, and they think most natural remedies are simultaneously inert and dangerous (don’t even ask Read More

Image by SuperFantastic Over the years on this blog, I have talked about probiotics a lot.  Search for the word and you’ll find dozens of different posts that mention it. That’s because probiotics are one of the most important parts of your health.  Having good gut flora is a fairly new area of research, but Read More

For years we’ve been bombarded with messages that fat is bad. We invented margarine (which is pretty disgusting if you read the history), built ourselves a food pyramid, and spent millions of dollars on huge campaigns to promote “low fat” and ” fat free” foods. Research is beginning to surface that questions whether the “low fat” and “heart Read More

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