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Healthy Microwave Meals: They Do Exist!

Most of us need more hours in the day to get everything accomplished, but, alas, food preparation often becomes an afterthought. If you can relate, then you likely have prepared your share of meals in a microwave oven. Here's the good news: Healthy microwave meals can be a snap. For … Read More

4 Coffee Health Risks And How to Avoid Them

Recently, coffee has gotten a lot of attention. Researchers seem to be continually coming up with new research showing that contrary to previous belief, coffee is actually pretty good for you. But before you go out and start drinking more of it, you should be aware of the numerous coffee … Read More

Is Bottled Water Safe?

If you Googled “Is bottled water safe?” you likely found yourself inundated with countless sources that say, in a word, "No!” If you read on, however, you'd find that most of the controversy surrounding that question involves not so much the water itself, but the plastic bottles. So let's explore … Read More

5 Alarming Sources of BPA Exposure

Bisphenol A—commonly known simply as BPA—exposure is widespread. This harmful chemical leaches out of certain plastics, cans, and food packaging materials and has now been found in our dust, our water, our food, and in our bodies. It has become notorious as one of the more harmful toxins we find … Read More

BPA-Free Plastics Get Canned

If you see “BPA-free” displayed prominently on the label of a water bottle or can of food, you may assume the container is indeed made of BPA-free plastic. You may also assume the company had enough knowledge and integrity not to just substitute a different hormone-disrupting chemical for the BPA. … Read More

Endocrine Disruptors: The Stealth Plague of Modern Society

The use of synthetic chemicals has grown exponentially since the mid 1900’s and of the more than 80,000 different chemicals now in use, many are known or suspected endocrine disruptors. These damaging chemicals build up and are  stored inside our bodies. Ranging from bisphenol A (BPA) and phthalates in plastics … Read More

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