Feeling Good—Naturally
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 20:44
We (the Editors) have discussed this natural phenomenon before, but not in every issue.

It’s time for an upgrade.

We’ve been introducing/talking about an all-natural product that comes from an ancient botanical called The Moringa Tree.

Dating to biblical times and valued for its medicinal properties, a few years back, scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) declared the Moringa to be the “most nutritious botanical” they had ever studied.

The nutritive qualities within the Moringa are due to the fact that the extract from this tree contains most, if not all of the essential amino acids, plus a very high number of antioxidants, anthocyanins and anti-inflammatories. In addition, the absorption factor is abnormally high, enabling the goodness within this stuff to stick around long enough to do lots of good things.
Thriving Under Stress
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 20:37
Fayetteville, Arkansas, March 2014—Stop for a moment and consider your average workday. Do you rush to get things done but still fall behind? Is the pressure of your work so great that you “crash” when you get home? Do you want to live healthy, but never have the time or the motivation to do so?

The very nature of modern life is hectic to an extent that could not have been imagined just a generation ago. No wonder we struggle with work-life balance!

But despite the fast pace of everyday life and work, there are many who live a daily life that results in increasing motivation, productivity and wellbeing. Andy Core’s new book, Change Your Day, Not Your Life, shows you how to become one of those people. The author instills real-world mindsets and tools to make change a little less daunting and a lot more doable. And, he does so with a very simple premise: you don’t have to change your life, you only have to change your day.
Fuel for Discussion
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 20:17
Everywhere, USA, March 2014—Does it really matter what kind of fuel we use to power our lives? Must we choose between the lesser of evils? As always, it’s best to define terms before engaging in meaningful debate. Here again the science geeks at Earth Talk, a feature of The Environmental Magazine, answer a key question to inform one end of the discussion around the proposed Keystone XL pipeline:

What are “dirty fuels” and why are they so called?

The term “dirty fuels” refers to fuels derived from tar sands, oil shale or liquid coal. Just like their more conventional fossil fuel counterparts such as petroleum and coal, they can be turned into gasoline, diesel, and other energy sources. And they can generate extreme amounts of particulate pollution, carbon emissions, and ecosystem destruction during their lifecycles from production to consumption.
Trade You for a Cap
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 19:59
Everywhere, USA, March 2014—What are the odds? Can we expect the U.S. Congress to garner enough bi-partisan support to take on any environmental issues? Or might the states take the lead?

If “cap and trade” has worked so well in Europe for reducing greenhouse gas emissions there, why haven’t we tried something similar here in the U.S.?

“Cap-and-trade,” whereby big polluters must pay to emit greenhouse gases against a capped total amount that is reduced over time, has been in effect across the European Union (EU) since 2005. This so-called Emissions Trading System (ETS) requires 11,000 of the largest electric and industrial facilities in 28 European countries to participate. Some 45 percent of Europe’s total greenhouse gas emissions are regulated under the system. Proponents say the ETS has succeeded in keeping greenhouse gas emissions in check and making Europe a global leader on climate. The EU reports that, by 2020, emissions from sectors covered by ETS will be 21 percent lower than they were in 2005 and 43 percent lower by 2030.
Former Foster Youth Get Boost From ACA
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 20:00
Oakland, California, February 2014— Each year, over 20,000 youth “age-out” (become too old) of the foster care system in the United States. In California alone, between 2,700 and 5,000 youth age-out of foster care every year. These vulnerable youth too often lack adequate support to make the transition to adulthood successfully. For example, they are much less likely than their peers to have health insurance, but tend to have more health care needs due to trauma experienced during childhood.
Upgrade Your Lemonade
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 20:27
New York, New York, March 2014—To celebrate the brand’s 10th anniversary, Vita Coco® brings together two of summer’s most popular drinks. Think fresh coconut water and homemade lemonade, combined to create “Vita Coco Lemonade.” The new all-natural beverage – the company’s sixth standard flavor – can be found soon at groceries.

Vita Coco’s new lemonade flavor is made with coconut water, natural lemon puree and a touch of natural fruit sugar. It’s a nutrient-dense, thirst-quenching drink one can enjoy during and long after the dog days of summer (if they ever arrive!).
Kids Live It Up
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 20:13
Washington, D.C., March 2014—It’s National Nutrition Month, and the National Restaurant Association is celebrating a major program milestone. Its first-of-its-kind Kids LiveWell initiative has grown to 42,000 restaurant locations nationwide. The voluntary program provides a growing selection of healthful children’s menu choices.

To join Kids LiveWell, restaurants agree to offer and promote a selection of qualifying menu items based on leading health organizations’ scientific recommendations. The program now counts more than 145 restaurant brands in every state as participants. The list includes new national companies (Cosi, Jamba Juice and Rainforest Café), as well as other regional chains and independent restaurants. 
Healthier Lifestyle Made ‘Soy’ Much Easier
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 20:06
Everywhere, February 2014 — Because soyfoods can be used to replace a number of less healthy foods in a daily diet, they can also contribute to a healthier lifestyle and offer numerous health benefits, including lower LDL cholesterol levels.

In honor of February as American Heart Month, the Soyfoods Association of North America (SANA) created an infographic detailing interesting heart health statistics and how soyfoods can help. Cardiovascular heart disease (CHD) is the number one cause of death in the United States, but the proteins found in soyfoods have been shown to help lower LDL cholesterol levels (the “bad” cholesterol”) and the total amount of cholesterol. 
GoodBelly to the rescue
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 19:54
Boulder, Colorado, February 2014—GoodBelly, a maker of probiotic juice drinks formulated for daily digestive health, has launched the Good Belly Reboot. It’s an easy-to-follow, 21-day program designed to help naturally reset and renew digestive health with daily digestive wellness tips, challenges and reminders.

Digestive wellness is critical to overall health. Approximately 70 percent of our immune systems dwell in the digestive tract; yet it’s often overlooked because it’s a difficult indicator to measure. The Good Belly Reboot challenge offers consumers encouraging and informative step-by-step tips on how to maintain and actually track their digestive health. The goal is to support people in their journeys to sustain healthy digestive systems and integrate probiotics into their daily diets. 
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