EcoCork in Focus

EcoCork in Focus

David Sebek, our senior GLN reporter and blogger, recently interviewed EcoCork as part of our article series on sustainable companies and living.  I am sitting in the press room with Taciana de Aguiar at Natural Products Expo West 2015. Taciana, a native of Portugal, founded EcoCork in 2013. EcoCork is a sustainable business that utilizes cork, the bark […]

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The Story of Tulip Perfume

The Story of Tulip Perfume

Senior GLN Reporter and Blogger David Sebek recently interviewed Victoria England, the CEO, CO and Creator of Tulip Perfume.While attending Natural Products Expo West 2015, I had the opportunity to speak with Victoria England the CEO, CO, and Creator of Tulip Perfume, a company located in the remote coastal town of Arcata in Humboldt County, Ca. Tulip Perfume […]

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The Conquest of Amaranth

The Conquest of Amaranth

Amaranth, an ancient grain with renewed popularity, has a past. It has been used as a medicine, food source, form of payment, and a ceremonial, religious and cultural force. Most shocking, it was used by colonizers in Latin America to control and subdue the local Aztec population. Amaranth grows taller than an adult man, has red […]

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Ocean Revelry: Surf’s Up at Summers Beach

Ocean Revelry: Surf’s Up at Summers Beach

Is there a favorite place you go to think, to clear your mind, or to do a little soul searching?  For me, that has always been the beach:  I take in the kaleidoscope of colors, the lulling sounds, and the salty-mist smell.  I commit them to memory and think about them during the bustling week ahead. […]

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5 Eco-friendly Tips to Reduce Your Family’s Clothing Costs

5 Eco-friendly Tips to Reduce Your Family’s Clothing Costs

Are you a mom or dad looking for ways to save money?  Are you searching for ways to reduce your family’s clothing costs and your own consumer mentality while also preserving the planet?  As a mom of a 7 month old baby, I know I am constantly looking for ways to save money while reducing […]

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Faucet Dissonance

Faucet Dissonance

Blue tech, the savvy moniker for America’s water conservation industry, is building steam behind sustainable solutions to the water crisis. Los Angeles, once deemed “the nation’s water archvillain” has significantly reduced its water consumption since the 1970’s, while its population has grown by over a third.  Moving North along the left coast, California’s developing the […]

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Embracing Motherhood: Baby Talk

Embracing Motherhood: Baby Talk

This morning I woke up to something wonderful: the sounds that my 7 month old daughter makes.  Last week, she said her first word: mah-mah.  I was proud of her for reaching a milestone and specifically for calling for me, which she does many times a day now.  But, I came to realize something else, […]

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Water Memory: Part 2: A Blueprint for Our Reality

Water Memory: Part 2: A Blueprint for Our Reality

Dr. Masaru Emoto was born in Japan and graduated from the Yokohama Municipal University and the Open International University as a Doctor of Alternative Medicine. Dr. Emoto theorized that thoughts and feelings can change reality. His experiments with water crystals led him to the discovery that, by producing certain focused intentions through written and spoken words […]

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From Celiac Disease to Serenity

From Celiac Disease to Serenity

Five years ago I wasn’t sure I was going to be here.  I had been suffering from debilitating pain after eating for many years in addition to numerous autoimmune problems that were not well understood.  Why so much joint pain?  How come I had constant skin rashes?  Why was I allergic to so many things? Then, […]

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Water Memory — Part I: Science

Water Memory — Part I: Science

French Immunologist Jacques Benveniste (March 12, 1935 – October 3, 2004) published a controversial paper that appeared in the 1988 edition of the prestigious scientific journal Nature.  In his paper, Dr. Benveniste described experiments that identify molecular change in very high dilutions of anti-lgE antibody and that water had retention properties of molecules previously dissolved.  Dr. […]

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