May 2006 Issue

Introduction

This month's newsletter focuses on healthy alternatives for the prevention of mosquitoes and fleas, shopping tips for buying the safest foods, and how to make your own healthy household cleaning products. So grab your shopping bag for a stroll down the healthy aisle of your market. I hope you enjoy... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

In response to the recent European ruling discrediting the validity of the Italian Cancer Study and the ongoing controversy, I have included my feedback about both sides of the issue. In order to give you all the facts, I have provided links to an article discussing the European Union's (EU)... Continue Reading

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Homemade Cleaning Products

Did you know it is possible to make your own effective non-toxic, less chemically harmful cleaners for use in your home, school or office? After scouring (no pun intended) the many online resources, I've compiled for you a collection of homemade cleaning products. All purpose cleaner 1 part water 1... Continue Reading

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Keeping Organic Produce Affordable

The high price of organic produce is enough to make it difficult for many people to believe they can truly improve their diets by exclusively buying organic. For those who do not have access to affordable organic produce, you don't have to always buy organic. Here are some suggestions for... Continue Reading

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The Buzz On Avoiding Mosquitoes

Every spring, I receive numerous requests for information on how to avoid mosquitoes. With that in mind, I'm reprinting a previously published article I wrote about avoiding mosquito bites. I have included additional tips at the end of this article that, when used in combination with my other suggestions, will... Continue Reading

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Did You Know?

-- Both N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide and N,N-diemethylbenzamide are chemical names for DEET; the label may or may not have the word "DEET" on it. -- Mosquitoes are principally nectar feeders with only the females requiring a meal of blood. Only the female mosquito can bite. -- Throughout most of the world, mosquitoes... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipe

Roasted Eggplant Spread 1 medium eggplant 2 red bell peppers, seeded 1 red onion, peeled 2 garlic cloves, minced 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon tomato paste salt and pepper to taste Preheat the oven to 400. Cut the eggplant, bell pepper, and onion into 1 inch cubes. Toss them... Continue Reading

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Q & A with Dr. Hull

To: Dr. Janet Starr Hull Subject: acesulfame potassium (Ace-K) Q: I drink Propel which contains "acesulfame potassium." Can you give me a realistic idea of what the incidence of lung and breast cancer is using this artificial sweetener. I also have MS which I believe is not affected. Correct?? A:... Continue Reading

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Natural Flea Remedies

By Lowchen's of Australia In one day, a single flea can bite your dog more than 200 times. During that same day, the flea can consume more than its body weight of your pet's blood. And before it's through, a female flea can lay hundreds of eggs on your pet,... Continue Reading

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