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Jan 1 2016

Simple Mills Grain-Free Products

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For the most part we stay away from anything in a box or a bag, but sometimes life requires us to cut some corners. There are a few amazing products that help me out a ton on the weekends! I make the pizza crust almost every weekend, and I usually… Read More

Dec 18 2015

Capello’s Grain-Free Products

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As you may have noticed, I’m grain-free. I have been since the first trimester of my last pregnancy. Harlow is now 10 weeks old and I’ve never felt better. I really hate labels, and people always ask, or assume what box I’m supposed to fit into. Am I vegan, paleo,… Read More

Nov 16 2015

Hail Merry Desserts

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We cook almost everything we eat at our house because it’s so rare to find something packaged that is unprocessed. Hail Merry Desserts are delicious, gluten-free, and pale friendly – meaning low-glycemic, grain-free and dairy-free. The coconut vanilla cream is the kid’s favorite. Check out the ingredients:  organic shredded coconut, organic… Read More

Mar 16 2014

The Best Tooth Care!

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I haven’t written a post in a few months, for reasons I’ll get into soon, but I keep telling people about how amazing my teeth feel so I thought it would just be easier to do a post. Living Libations is the creation of Nadine Artemis. She began experimenting with… Read More

Apr 7 2013

Dr. Fuhrman’s Prenatal Vitamins

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I’m a huge fan of Dr. Fuhrman’s books (under the Health tab in My Favorites) and now of his supplements. The whole issue of supplements can be so confusing. Do you need them? Don’t you? You need folate. No, wait, it’s bad for you. There’s a lot of conflicting research out… Read More

Sep 20 2012

Recommended Reading – Vegan Recipes & Info.

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A friend of mine recently asked what books I recommend for vegan recipes. She said she got Ellen Degeneres’ Chef’s book, Vegan Cooking for Carnivores, but was disappointed because of all the faux meats. I agree. Going vegan, or vegetarian, should be about eating a whole food based diet, not… Read More

Jun 12 2012

Vegan Is Love

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Vegan is Love, Having Heart and Taking Action, is Ruby Roth’s second children’s book about living a vegan lifestyle. Ruby is able to take potentially complex issues and talk about them in a way that is not only understandable to kids, but interesting as well. Vegan is Love explains how… Read More

Jun 4 2012

Josie Maran’s SPF Moisturizer

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There was a time not that long ago when I could not find the right SPF moisturizer and now there are so many great options. I recently purchased this one from a cosmetics line I already adored, Josie Maran Cosmetics. It has SPF 40, UVB, and UVA ray protection. It… Read More

May 18 2012

Protein Rich Whole Wheat Orzo

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Organic Whole Wheat Orzo is a great vegetarian source of protein, with 7 grams in only 1/3 of a cup. Not to mention 9 grams of fiber! It’s easy to incorporate into dishes, and is a great substitute for brown rice. I’m always surprised at how obsessed people are with… Read More

Apr 19 2012

Denim Therapy

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We all know that we should recycle, but we don’t often get too excited about it. But here’s a major exception! Denim Therapy is giving our favorite, worn-in jeans a new life. Considering how expensive a new jeans are, this is some amazing news. Here are some examples of what… Read More

Jan 18 2012

Elephant Ears

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There are few things that gross me out as much as walking into some one’s home or office and seeing an animal head proudly mounted on the wall. However, this paper-mâché elephant head I love. The concept could have gone really wrong, but I think it’s great. Not only does… Read More

Jan 6 2012

Candle 79

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Whenever I’m in New York, which isn’t often enough, I hit up Candle 79 on the upper east side. It’s my favorite vegan restaurant there, with Pure Food and Wine being a close second. I always order the Seitan Piccata and now I can have it at home without the… Read More

Dec 20 2011

Portable, Healthy, Family Travel Snacks

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Snacks are one of the most important things to remember to pack when traveling with kids. Blood sugar drops can make for cranky little ones, so can blood sugar hikes, and boredom. A good snack will be easy to carry, full of protein, fiber, and antioxidants so no one is… Read More

Dec 15 2011

Sulfate-Free Shampoos

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Another question I get asked a lot is what kind of shampoo I use. Most people are now aware of the dangers of sulfates in shampoos, but it’s difficult to find non-toxic shampoos that still work well. Many leave your hair looking and feeling to dry, or too weighed down.… Read More

Dec 9 2011

The Deodorant Dilemma

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I’m sure we’ve all heard by now about the risk of breast cancer associated with traditional deodorants with aluminum, and antiperspirants. Lavanila is a deodorant only, not an antiperspirant, as most natural brands are. I personally would rather naturally perspire, than block my sweat glands. I’m sure there’s is a… Read More

Dec 7 2011

More Fashionably Kind Gift Suggestions…..

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I love this necklace by Jennifer Zeuner. For every Necklace purchased ($143) $30.00 will be donated to the Make a Wish Foundation! It also comes in gold and rose gold. Tom’s has a new line of eyewear that has something for everyone. Prices range from $135-$145. The best part is… Read More

Nov 30 2011

Kind Holiday Gifts – FEED Project

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I carry this bag almost everywhere I go, and I continually get compliments on it, and asked where I got it (including today as a matter of fact). And I’m always proud to direct them to FEED’s website and give them the story about the bags. Lauren Bush (worth noting… Read More

Nov 7 2011

Great Faux Shearling Coat!

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I just got this coat and I loves it! The distressed leather with a plush shearling lining is phenom. It’s got a great draped cutaway front, zipped moto sleeves and roughout seams. It is a lot lighter weight than the real deal, so I’m not sure how far into winter… Read More

Oct 28 2011

Portable, Healthy, Snacks

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I fell in love with this snack in about two seconds. I wasn’t expecting much, because usually ultra-healthy snacks are lacking something, or have to strong of a taste, but these are perfect! So far I’ve only tried the blueberry pomegranate trail mix crunch, but MB Naturals has tons of… Read More

Sep 28 2011

Rugs Made From Recycled Plastic

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This reversible indoor-outdoor rug from Mad Mats® is made from recycled plastic bottles and packing materials. Its tubular threads absorb no stains, can easily be cleaned with garden hose or sponge, and won’t trap water or mildew. They have tons of different styles to choose from. Did I mention that… Read More

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