July 29, 2011

Kiss My Face Olive Oil Soap Earns 0 Hazard Score by EWG

If you are looking for a pure, safe soap, look no farther than Kiss My Face. Kiss My Face's olive oil soaps are wonderful to use and earned a zero score for hazardous materials by the Environmental Working Group (EWG). I think this is actually the first product we have reviewed to receive such a low score!

You wouldn't think a bar of soap could get people so excited - but our customers can't say enough about it! Sun drenched Mediterranean orchards are where these 86% olive oil bar soaps begin. Olive oil has been used for centuries to moisturize and gently cleanse the skin. Its antioxidant properties are legendary for nourishing skin and fighting the signs of aging. No foamers, artificial colors or additives, just a pure and simple clean you can feel good about.

We were sent three varieties of the olive oil soap, and we loved all three!
 These are great soaps you can trust!  The only way they could be improved is if they were made with organic olive oil and herbs. 

Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.

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July 28, 2011

High School Students Find "Unlisted" Ingredients in Herbal Teas

When you buy a food or drink item, it is law that all of the ingredients be disclosed to protect those with food allergies and to help consumers make choices. Kashrut.com explains:

The FDA balances these interests by requiring that all ingredients be declared while granting a few narrow, but significant, exemptions. For example, absent on ingredients labels is the proportion, or percentage, of each ingredient. The regulations require only that food labels list the ingredients in descending order of predominance according to weight.

High school students in Manhattan found variations between actual ingredients and those listed for many herbal teas. Medical News Today reports:

Take a second look at your iced or steaming tea. Guided by scientific experts, three New York City high school students using tabletop DNA technologies found several herbal brews and a few brands of tea contain ingredients unlisted on the manufacturers' package...

The unlisted ingredients included weeds such as annual bluegrass and herbal plants such as chamomile. The surprise ingredients are mostly harmless but could affect a tiny minority of consumers with acute allergies. Three (4 percent) of the 70 tea products tested and 21 (35 percent) of 60 herbal products had unlisted ingredients.

For example, DNA testing showed that an herbal infusion labelled "St. John's wort" (Hypericum perforatum) included material from a fern in genus Terpischore. A DNA "barcode" obtained from another herbal tea labelled "ginger root, linden, lemon peel, blackberry leaves, and lemongrass" matched annual bluegrass (Poa annua), a common weed unrelated to lemongrass. Four herbal infusions yielded sequences identical or nearly identical to the tea plant, C. sinensis but none listed "tea" as an ingredient. The most common non-label ingredient, found in seven herbal products, was chamomile (Matricaria recutita).

It makes you wonder what other products are not accurately labeling or testing their products to ensure ingredients match those listed.

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July 27, 2011

The Compassionate Diet: How what you eat can change your life and save the planet

The Compassionate Diet: How What You Eat Can Change Your Life and Save the Planet is written by Arran Stephens, founder of Nature's Path Foods. Nature's Path is one of the health food companies I respect, as they have remained independent at a time when similar companies have been taken over by mainstream food corporations.

In this book, Stephens looks at the "truth about factory farming, GMOs and organics".

What can we do to allay global warming, contend with world hunger, be healthier, and live longer? In The Compassionate Diet, Nature's Path founder and CEO Arran Stephens, who has been at the leading edge of the organic food movement for decades and a vegetarian his entire adult life, answers these complex questions in the simplest terms: Eat vegetarian.

A balanced and natural vegetarian diet is neither a fad nor a passing trend. It has been part of many cultures over untold millennia. The Compassionate Diet distills the history, philosophy, and core benefits of eschewing meat.

A sense of compassion and humanity has animated Stephens's life's work, and it drives this book. The vegetarian lifestyle has innumerable benefits, but for Stephens, eating a plant-based diet is first and foremost an expression of compassion for animals, for ourselves, and for the planet. This elegant and completely approachable book is a beautiful guide that illustrates the rich gifts that compassion yields.

One of the most interesting section of the book explores vegetarianism in world religions.

I really like this book, as it is easy to read, as well as informative and aesthetically pleasing.

Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.

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July 26, 2011

New Study: Vinyl/PVC Plant Workers Exposed to Phthalates That "Impacted" their Sperm

How many people do you know that have struggled to conceive a baby? Obviously, there are many factors that contribute to infertility, but a new study points the finger at phthalates in PVC and vinyl as impacting sperm. The Center for Environmental Health and Justice (CHEJ)reports:

A new study published in the July 2011 Fertility and Sterility journal found workers in vinyl/PVC plants in Taiwan were exposed to levels of phthalates that appeared to have impacted their sperm quality. Yikes!

The scientists studied male workers exposed to the phthalate DEHP in two PVC plants. They looked at their exposure to the phthalate and found workers exposed to higher levels of phthalates had semen quality that was negatively impacted, likely as a result of phthalate exposure.

CHEJ warns that your sperm (or your partner's) is not safe just because you don't work in a vinyl/PVC factory or live near one. "Phthalates have been found in indoor air and dust, in schools, homes, and in human urine, blood, umbilical cord blood, and breast milk." One more reason to go plastic-free!

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July 25, 2011

Really Natural Organic Clothing: Aventura Clothing Schaffer Skirt

Have you been looking for the perfect organic cotton skirt? The Aventura Women's Schaffer Skirt is super comfortable and super nice. It's the kind of skirt you want to wear every day!

  • A-line shape for a universally flattering silhouette

  • Contrast stitching

  • Raw edges

  • Classic fit

  • Elastic waistband

  • 19.5" length

  • 100% organic cotton slub jersey

  • Machine wash

  • Imported

It does run a little large, so it may be a good idea to order down.

I love my Schaffer skirt so much, I ordered another one in a different color. The contrast stitching and edging makes this cotton skirt unique. Another great item from Aventura!

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July 22, 2011

Winter Garden Seed Collection by Territorial Makes Winter Gardening Easy!

It may be the middle of summer, but it is time to get your winter garden ready. To make life easy this year, I ordered the Territorial Seed Company's winter garden collection.

New to winter gardening, or not sure which varieties to choose? Here is a collection of our favorite, proven cool-season varieties. A well-rounded and complete combination of crispy greens, spicy mustards, delicious Oriental vegetables, and hearty root crops make this an ideal starter kit, or the perfect, no-brainer for anyone interested in cool-season gardening! All in a resealable, watertight bucket, complete with a desiccant package and a Territorial Seed Company Winter catalog with valuable growing information for your fall and winter garden.

Winter gardening is easy and very rewarding. Territorial makes it a no-brainer with their planting chart and proven seed collection. Forget summer, time to plan/plant for winter!

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July 21, 2011

How Polluted is Your Beach? Ohio, Louisiana, and Indiana Rank the Worse

Summer is in full swing, and beach time is a must; however, many US beaches are unsafe. Discovery News reports:

After analyzing the results of water samples taken last year at more than 3,000 beaches from coast to coast and in-between, the NRDC concluded that serious contamination continues to plague beaches around the country.

In 2010, both coastal and Great Lake beaches were closed nearly 30 percent more often than in 2009, the study found, mostly because of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and a surge in rainy weather that led to elevated bacteria levels. Overall, 8 percent of tested water samples exceeded public health standards last year -- about the same as the year before.

Check with local officials before heading to the beach, especially if you live in one of the states notorious for beach contamination.

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July 20, 2011

Green Back to School: Stainless Steel Bento by PlanetBox

In less than a month, my kids go back to school. As the school year starts earlier and earlier, it's time to prepare.

School lunches are notoriously unhealthy, and we have tried a variety of plastic bento boxes and lunch bags. Last year, we discovered the PlanetBox. This stainless steel bento style box is perfect, so perfect we ordered another one for our son!

Looking for an eco and easy way to pack healthy lunches for your kids? PlanetBox is the safe, non-toxic alternative to plastic. Not your old fashioned metal lunch box, PlanetBox delivers lunch transportation for the green generation.

Super easy to clean, super easy to pack, and super fun to use! My kids love their PlanetBoxes!

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July 19, 2011

Nutrition Research: Dried Fruit Improves Diet and Reduces Weight

According to a new study published in Nutrition Research, eating dried fruit improves one's diet and reduces weight. Specifically dietary fiber, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E, magnesium, and potassium were affected. Researchers report:

Dried fruit consumers had improved MyPyramid food intake, including lower solid fats/alcohol/added sugars intake, and a higher solid fats/alcohol/added sugars score (11.1 ± 0.2 vs 8.2 ± 0.1) than nonconsumers. The total Healthy Eating Index 2005 score was significantly higher (P < .01) in consumers (59.3 ± 0.5) than nonconsumers (49.4 ± 0.3). Covariate-adjusted weight (78.2 ± 0.6 vs 80.7 ± 0.3 kg), body mass index (27.1 ± 0.2 vs 28.1 ± 0.2), and waist circumference (94.0 ± 0.5 vs 96.5 ± 0.2 cm) were lower (P < .01) in consumers than nonconsumers, respectively. Dried fruit consumption was associated with improved nutrient intakes, a higher overall diet quality score, and lower body weight/adiposity measures.

My favorite dried fruit is 100% Organic Bake-Dried Mango!

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July 18, 2011

Really Natural Fashion: Organic Aventura Schaffer Dress only $29!

I love organic fashion, and when it is comfortable and fits well, that's an added bonus. The Aventura Women's Schaffer Dress is all that, plus it is on sale for $29. Great dress! Great deal!

Aventura Clothing is a new organic, sustainable label I have discovered.

2005 marked the company's 40th anniversary, an event celebrated with exciting new opportunities and adventures. most notably, sportif announced the launch of its new women's line. aventura clothing has the mission to "help the earth... one garment at a time." we want to provide our customers with fashionable "eco-friendly" products that will lower our ecologic footprint on the planet. over 80% of this casual lifestyle clothing is made from environmentally friendly fabrics so you can feel good about looking great!

I love my Schaffer dress, but you need to hurry to order one to make sure they still have it in your size!

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July 15, 2011

Klean Kanteen Reflect: Shiny Stainless Steel and Bamboo Lid Water Bottle for a Plastic-Free Life

Klean Kanteen has been my standby for reusable water bottles for as long as I can remember. It would seem there is not much to reinvent with a stainless steel bottle, but Klean Kanteen has done it several times with colors, insulation, and now the Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Reflect Water Bottle (Stainless Bamboo Cap).

The Reflect raises the bar. Again. The Mirror finish is shiny, but we chose the name for a different reason. It symbolizes our deep commitment to continued innovation, and our promise to you to deliver value and quality with integrity. The first of its kind. The Reflect is crafted using just sustainably harvested bamboo, food-grade silicone and stainless steel. Beautiful in its simplicity and deliberate in its design, what you don't see on the Reflect is as important as what you do. No paint. No plastic. Just three materials united to create the ultimate expression of our ongoing crusade to change the way people think and drink. The Stainless Unibody Bamboo Cap. Fashioned from a single piece of stainless steel, the cap is extremely strong and durable. The stainless steel bail is firmly attached, providing a handy attachment point. Together, they deliver unparalleled strength and durability, beautifully finished with bamboo. Laser Etched For Life. The logo is laser etched onto the bottle, replacing paint. With nothing to scratch or wear off, it's as durable as the Reflect itself. A Fine Finish. The Reflect is available in two finishes, our traditional Brushed Stainless and Mirror. To achieve the Mirror finish, the bottle goes through an additional electropolishing process to make it extra shiny.

NO PLASTIC! That is amazing! This bottle is aesthetically pleasing, and truly green (except for being made in China). I love my Reflect bottle!

Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.

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July 14, 2011

Exxon "Whitewashes" Yellowstone River Oil Spill

Anytime an oil spill occurs, whether in a pristine location or not, the environmental degradation is inevitable. Those responsible try to assure the public the consequences are minimal, often overstating clean up efforts and their successes.

Exxon is being accused of "whitewashing" the recent spill on the Yellowstone River in Montana. UPI reports:

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday gave Exxon two months to clean up the spill, which came from a ruptured pipeline -- a pipe officials warned Exxon about a year ago, The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.

Exxon said it could comply with the directive, but deputy director of the Montana Department of Environmental Quality Tom Livers said Exxon had asked him to sign off on overly optimistic news releases concerning the oil spill.

Livers said he rejected the offer to sign off on a press release that said the oil spill would not be harmful to people and another that said the oil spill had been contained.

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July 13, 2011

Redwood Hill Farm Goat Milk Products: Solar Powered and Delicious

Goat milk is very delicious, as long as the goats are not allowed to simply eat strong flavored weeds as happens with non-commercial herds. It is easier to digest than cow's milk, and it makes great dairy products like yogurt and kefir.

Redwood Hill Farm has been making award winning goat milk products since 1968. Recently, they won an award for solar power!

Redwood Hill Farm has demonstrated sustainability leadership here in Sonoma County by installing a 586 kW DC solar electric system, providing 100% of energy used at our Sebastopol organic creamery. The solar system covers nearly 2 acres of roof space using 2,500 solar panels made in California. The CO2 reduced annually is equal to 110 acres of trees saved, 54 cars off the road, or 76 homes powered. Our Certified Humane® goat dairy is solar powered too.

Not only are the goats treated ethically and the power renewable, but Redwood Hill Farm products are delicious! Live and active cultures keep your gut healthy, and your taste buds won't complain either.

Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.

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July 12, 2011

Are Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) Found in Meat Causing Rise in Diabetes?

Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) are dangerous chemicals that have been banned but still remain in our environment and food supply because they take a long time to degrade. PCBs and DDT are some of the most infamous POPs.

If you are an omnivore, you are exposed to these chemicals, as they are stored in the fatty tissues of animals. A new study has found a link between POPs and the increase of diabetes, according to Mother Jones.

I've always associated our diabetes problem with the steady rise in sweetener consumption since the early '80s, triggered by the gusher of cheap high-fructose corn syrup that opened up at that time. But another culprit may be contributing, too: exposure to certain pesticides and other toxic chemicals. A new peer-reviewed study published in the journal Diabetes Care found a strong link between diabetes onset and blood levels of a group of harsh industrial chemicals charmingly known as "persistent organic pollutants" (POPs), most of which have been banned in the United States for years but still end up in our food (hence the "persistent" bit--they degrade very slowly)...

The researchers identified a group of 725 diabetes-free elderly Swedes and tracked them for five years, studying the level of POPs in their blood. Thirty-six of them ended up contracting Type 2 diabetes--and the ones who did had significantly higher POP levels than the ones who didn't. The researchers stress that the study's sample size is small, but their findings build on other recent data suggesting a POP/diabetes connection. Evidence for such a link is "piling up," David Carpenter, head of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University at Albany, told Reuters...

How are these awful chemicals sticking around and still causing trouble decades after being banned? POPs accumulate in the fatty tissue of animals--and transfer to the animals that eat them, including humans who eat meat and fish. In industrial animal farming, livestock are often given feed that includes animal fat, which helps POPs hang around in the food chain. "We feed the cow fat to the pigs and the chickens, and we feed the pig and chicken fat to the cows," one expert told Elert. The widespread practice of feeding "poultry litter"--chicken feces mixed with feathers, dead chickens, and feed remnants, including beef products--to confined cows is another way these toxins keep cycling though the food chain. Why would the meat industry engage in such feeding practices? Simply put, because they're cheap.

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July 11, 2011

Really Natural Beauty: EO (Essential Oils) Giveaway!

We love EO!  It is a brand I have trusted ever since I discovered the evils of sodium lauryl sulfate (and my son's skin reactions to it).  We've reviewed their products before (EO Organic Hand Sanitizer and Sanitizing Hand Wipes), and are sharing our love of EO with our readers by hosting a great giveaway.  You could win:

EO Hand Soap, Peppermint & Tea Tree:

Our extremely mild and richly foaming formula deeply cleanses and nourishes even the most sensitive skin with pure and soothing botanicals. Refreshing Peppermint works synergistically with healing Tea Tree to refresh and restore skin radiance.

  • Cool soothing Peppermint awakens skin; Tea Tree protects and restores skin balance.

  • Organic Calendula, Chamomile and White Tea botanicals harmonize and replenish skin.

  • Gentle coconut cleansing complex creates a mild and gentle foam.

  • pH Balanced and Biodegradable to clean without drying hands.

Eo Hand Sanitizer Spray- Organic Peppermint

EO®Hand Cleansing on the go.

The natural plant-based alternative to chemical laden hand sanitizers.

  • Organic Peppermint Essential oil is cooling and cleansing.

  • Fragrant and soothing.

  • Vegetable Glycerin is naturally hydrating.

  • For healthy hands: Spray onto palm. Rub hands together until they're dry.

EO Hand Sanitizer Gel, Lavender:

EO®Hand Cleansing on the go.

The natural plant-based alternative to chemical laden hand sanitizers.

  • Lavender Essential oil is soothing and cleansing.

  • Soothing Jojoba Oil nourishes and moisturizes.

  • Vegetable Glycerin is naturally hydrating.

  • For healthy hands: Put a small drop in your palm and rub your hands together until they're dry.

Coconut & Vanilla with Tangerine Body Lotion:

A nourishing and protective moisturizer that applies easily and is quickly absorbed leaving skin smooth and soft. Refreshing Coconut and Vanilla with tangerine lightly nourishes and refreshes skin.

  • Tangerine refreshes and uplifts; Coconut and Vanilla pamper skin.

  • Oat Betaglucan moisturizes and soothes irritated skin and promotes skin firmness.

  • Rice Proteins penetrate deeply to diminish fine lines.

  • Vitamins E improves skin elasticity with powerful antioxidants.

  • Mango Seed Butter and Olive Wax moisturize and protect skin.

  • Organic Jojoba Oil lightly conditions skin restoring softness naturally.

  • Organic Calendula, Chamomile and White Tea botanicals harmonize and nourish skin.

Hand Cleansing Wipes Lavender

EO® Cleansing Wipes the organic, plant based alternative to chemical laden hand wipes. All-purpose. Cleans and sanitizes hands.

  • EO Natural bamboo wipes are moistened with Pure Essential Oils and Organic Aloe Vera to cleanse and moisturize gently and naturally.

  • French Lavender nurtures and soothes naturally.

  • Organic Chamomile, Calendula and white tea botanicals harmonize and replenish skin.

  • Made from nature's most sustainable resource, these wipes are 100% biodegradable.

EO is a family-run business that I wholeheartedly trust and support!

To enter our giveaway:

Good luck! The winner will be selected one week from today randomly from entries.

We love EO (I know, I know, we already said that!), and you will too!

Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.

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July 8, 2011

Wooden Bike Rack Finds New Purpose for Comb Design

As an artist, I am always intrigued by unique design that repurposes traditional shapes. The wooden comb/bike rack is very interesting and certainly would attract attention in any community. Treehugger reports:

According to The Roanoke Times, Roanoke was designated as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists last year. To commemorate this the city's public art program commissioned a number of custom-designed bike racks, one of which was this 400-pound rack, "handcrafted out of Mangaris using full mortise and tenon construction, while the hair is made from powder coated steel."

The giant wooden comb bike rack reminds me of the work of Claes Oldenburg, only with a utilitarian spin. 

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July 7, 2011

Global Girlfriends: How One Mom Made it Her Business to help Women in Poverty Worldwide

global_girlfriends.jpgGlobal Girlfriends: How One Mom Made It Her Business to Help Women in Poverty Worldwide by Stacey Edgar is an inspiring story. It's the story of how one mom took her tax return and started a fair trade company across five continents.

Seven years ago, Stacey Edgar had a $2,000 tax return and a deep desire to help provide economic security for women in need. She knew that of the 1.3 billion people living on less than $1 per day, seventy percent are women. What she didn't have was a business plan. Or a passport. But that didn't stop her from creating a socially conscious business that has helped poor women in five continents feed their families and send their children to school.

Global Girlfriend has since grown into a multi-million dollar enterprise that specializes in handmade, fairly traded, ecoconscious apparel, accessories, and items made by women all over the world. Global Girlfriends is Stacey's inspiring story of following her convictions, as well as her passionate argument for simple actions we can all take to eliminate extreme poverty. Stacey Edgar refused to be paralyzed by the size of world poverty; she started by taking several small steps, personal responsibility firmly in hand, and never looked back.

This is one of those stories you read and think about what is possible with life. Not only does the story tell how her business grew, but it also profiles women she has helped around the world. From selling her goods in the Wild Oats parking lot to producing a catalog, Stacey's story is one we can all learn from and applaud.

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July 6, 2011

Support the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2011

The cosmetic industry is largely unregulated in the US. Women and young girls apply thousands of chemicals to their faces every day. The Safe Cosmetics Act of 2011 needs support to protect us from harmful make up products!

The Breast Cancer Fund explains:

Formaldehyde in hair-straighteners, heavy metals in makeup, phthalates in perfume and parabens in lotion. Chemicals linked to cancer don't belong in our everyday cosmetics, yet current law allows it.

That's why the Breast Cancer Fund has been rallying for major change in the cosmetics industry for six years, on behalf of people affected by breast cancer and as a founding partner in the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.

Now we--and you--have a voice and a vehicle in Congress for truly safe, nontoxic cosmetics. On Friday, Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisc.) and Edward Markey (D-Mass.) introduced the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2011 in the U.S. House of Representatives.

This bill (H.R.2359) would give the FDA the authority it needs to ensure that personal care products are free of chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects, infertility and other serious health problems.

Contact your representative and help move this important bill through Congress.

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July 5, 2011

Green Valley Organics Lactose Free Yogurt

If you are lactose intolerant but love dairy products, Green Valley Organics has the solution for you!

Peace & Harmony In Your Stomach.

Dairy power to the people, especially the lactose intolerant people!

For you and your family, we've created rich, creamy Green Valley Organics™ real dairy yogurt and kefir. Unlike other lactose free options there is no compromise on taste. They're simply delicious by any standard. Made from organic ingredients, our fresh and flavorful, lactose free dairy foods will make you feel good inside. And with all their protein, calcium and Flourish™, our proprietary blend of 10 live & active cultures, they're as good for the body as they are for the soul.

Our company has been committed to digestive health for over 40 years.
So when we say it, you can believe it.
Give peace (in your stomach) a chance.

I am not lactose intolerant, although I have had trouble with casein. This yogurt is delicious, especially with raspberries and granola, and you would never know that it was lactose free from the flavor.

These dairy products start from milk on humane, small farms, and then is cultured in a solar powered facility.  

Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.

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July 1, 2011

Really Natural June 2011 Monthly Round Up!

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