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  Rid your beauty routine of chemical nasties with an ethical, certified treatment. Organic make-up is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative for the products many women use on their skin every day. Make-up often has chemicals in it which can irritate skin, but certified organic products avoid parabens and other commonly found preservatives. Certified organic […]

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Are you fed up of all those chemical-based lipstick brands out there? How about laying your hands on those brands that are totally organic Lipstick? If that is what you want, then look no further. Here, we have ten organic lipstick brands that you can consider the next time you go shopping. Would you like […]

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Oily hair is not as common as dry hair, but that does not mean it’s less of an issue! Many products on the shelves are not doing justice for people with oily hair, often damaging oily hair or worsening the problem. Organic shampoos are known for being one of the best treatments for oily hair, […]

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The natural side of the makeup industry has been gained quite more credits than usual in the past few years. That’s the outcome of women realizing how harmful are the ingredients found in the daily makeup for the skin, body, and health. In the past years, the demand for a clean alternative has been the […]

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As many of us become more conscious of what we’re putting in our bodies (green juice! gluten-free alternatives!) and what we’re putting our bodies through (SoulCycle! Barre class!), we’re also becoming more aware of what we’re putting on our bodies. While the performance of natural makeup used to pale in comparison to products from our favorite makeup […]

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This South American fare fuses Chinese, Japanese and Latin Cuisine. How’s this for a genius, healthy appetizer? Use creamy avocados as boats for zesty tomato, shrimp, and chile filling — no carbs needed! Ingredients 1 small shallot, finely chopped 1/4 c. mayonnaise 3 tbsp. sour cream 3 tbsp. lime juice 2 tbsp. orange juice 1 lb. cooked shelled shrimp, chopped 1 […]

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This quick and easy pesto pasta dish takes only about as long to put together as it takes to cook the pasta itself. White beans make it a more filling dish, but you could use steamed asparagus in place of the beans for a lighter version. One of my favorite pesto recipes is one made […]

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It took a lot of trial and error to find the right coating that would not draw out the moisture and would make the florets crisp, so I am pleased that it has turned out to be a very simple recipe. You will not need to add salt as the sauces have enough salt to […]

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This was something I created as a teenager, back when I was a vegetarian. Now that my daughter doesn’t eat meat, she asks for this dinner several times a week. —Ashlynn Azar, Beaverton, Oregon Ingredients 9 ounces uncooked whole wheat fettuccine 1 tablespoon olive oil 1-3/4 cups sliced baby portobello mushrooms 1 garlic clove, minced […]

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Why choose one summer veggie when you can have five? Ingredients 12 oz. linguine 2 small zucchini, halved lengthwise 1 small eggplant, sliced lengthwise 1 red pepper, halved 1 yellow pepper, halved 1 red onion, cut into rounds 2 tbsp. olive oil Salt Pepper Grated Parmesan and chopped basil, if desired Directions Heat grill on medium-high. Cook linguine per package directions. Meanwhile, brush […]

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