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Grief Insulation: Or How I Got So Fat

Ann Hagman Cardinal talks about facing the grief that she hid under 100 pounds of fat and how she got out from under. Read More »

Book Review: Sacred Pregnancy: A Loving Guide and Journal for Expectant Moms by Anni Daulter

Sacred Pregnancy is comprised of a journal, week-by-week pregnancy guide, and list of resources for natural mamas. Read More »

Yes, You Can Stop Coal

Before 5 pm Oct 31, you can post your comments to "Recommend Permit Denial" Read More »

Book Review: You Can Fix the Fat From Childhood and Other Heart Disease Risks, Too by Gerald S. Berenson, MD, NancyKay Sullivan Wessman, MPH

You Can Fix the Fat promotes family-focused comprehensive knowledge and behaviors with an eye toward preventing early disability and death from heart disease. Read More »

Pioneers for Health

Being unafraid to step outside of the status quo when it comes to health care choices - that's being a pioneer for health. Read More »

Book Review: Ice Pop Joy by Anni Daulter

Recipes for organic, healthy, and delicious ice pops using everyday and unusual ingredients. Read More »

Book Review: Healing Remedies: More Than 1,000 Natural Ways to Relieve Common Ailments by Lydia Wilen and Joan Wilen

Healing Remedies is an excellent treatise for implementing natural protocols to alleviate classic disease problems. Read More »

Book Review: TurboCharged Recipes: Delicious Fuel For Your Fabulous Fat Burning Machine by Dian and Tom Griesel

This cookbook is filled with more than 300 easy and quick to prepare, nutritious recipes that will keep you lean and healthy. Read More »

Crucial Issues for the 2012 Presidential Debates

Topics which we would like to see the candidates discuss in the 2012 presidential debates. Read More »

If the Clothes Fit: Making Your Wardrobe Work During Weight Loss

Ann Hagman Cardinal offers pointers on how to refresh your wardrobe and stay fashionable while you lose weight. Read More »