Archive for: May, 2013

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Today I thought I would share with you all my garden after 1 month of planting. Many feel it is hard to grow your own food, but it is not.  Lets take a look at a few things I am growing in my garden. Note, I have yet to plant my warm weather crops, it is just now warming up here in Wisconsin.   Look at this picture below.  I call this my seed garden.  Everything in this bed was…

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Final-Button | WholeLifestyleNutrition.com

Hello and welcome to Whole Foods Wednesday’s Recipe Swap! I am very excited to be co hosting this blog carnival!  So just what is a blog carnival?   Here are some tips and guidelines explaining just what a blog carnival is.  It really is a great way to visit new blogs and get new recipes and lifestyle tips from all over the web! WHAT IS A BLOG CARNIVAL? A blog carnival is a place where people can share post about certain topics…

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How To Get Rid of Dog and Cat Urine Odor The All Natural Way

When Accidents Happen   Many of us are blessed to have animals to brighten our lives!  They bring us so much joy don’t they? But what happens when an accident occurs?   You know what I mean, your puppy is potty training and pees on the carpet or your cat is getting old and misses the kitty litter.  How do you get rid of dog and cat urine odors the all natural way? Stick around…I am about to tell you…

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Healthy Organic Homemade Tahini Granola Recipe | WholeLifestyleNutrition.com

Grabbing A Healthy Snack With summer travel on the horizon, it’s time to consider a snack that will make any trip more enjoyable.  When I travel, granola usually makes it along for the ride.  An easy and healthy snack to prepare  — and a lifesaver when your only option is the typically grim airport food. There is an endless array of granola on the market, but the best granola is the one you make yourself (added bonus, homemade granola makes…

About Linda Schneider

Linda Schneider currently calls Washington, D.C. home after residing in Chicago for the past 10 years. Linda’s blog http://www.wildgreensandsardines.com focuses on seasonal recipes. Her cooking is largely based upon what she finds at local farmers’ markets and inspired by her travels near and far. Linda has a background in alternative medicine (chiropractic), exercise physiology, and nutrition. She often dreams about lazy days in the Mediterranean.

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Final-Button | WholeLifestyleNutrition.com

Hello and welcome to Whole Foods Wednesday’s Recipe Swap! I am very excited to be co hosting this blog carnival!  So just what is a blog carnival?   Here are some tips and guidelines explaining just what a blog carnival is.  It really is a great way to visit new blogs and get new recipes and lifestyle tips from all over the web! WHAT IS A BLOG CARNIVAL? A blog carnival is a place where people can share post about certain topics…

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Smoky Sun-dried Tomato Hummus-WholeLifeStyleNutrition.com

  What is Hummus?   I just LOVE this organic sun dried tomato hummus recipe!  It makes for a terrific snack and is super easy to make!  So just what is hummus? Over 20 years ago a friend took me to a vegetarian restaurant here in Kansas City and ordered hummus.  It sounded scary and I had to wonder what vegetable was a “hummus”.  Finding out it was made of chickpeas did not really help me either!  I grew up…

About Rhonda Cain

Working in health care for over 17 years, I thought I had always lived a fairly healthy lifestyle. Almost 3 years ago I embarked on a journey and soon realized everything I had been taught to better health was actually the culprit of many of my problems. In the process of changing to eating whole, organic foods, researching how it effect our lives, my eyes were opened to "green living". I began to venture out in my great city, Kansas City, which I have lived in for over 20 years, and have met some amazing people setting the pace for a local movement in the food and environment awareness scene. My goal is to educate people "living green" can be much more than recycling cans and paper; it can lead to good eats and a healthier lifestyle.

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And The Winner Is…   We are giving away 4 kombucha starter kits over the course of 1 months time, 1 per week. We have our first winner! Kara L Kara I have sent you an email with instructions so that we can mail you your starter kit right away! So who is going to be the next winner? We have 3 more starter kits to giveaway! If you did not win, you are free to enter again. Please note:…

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How To Get FREE e-books On Any Device!   Last week I started a new series Free E-books and Other Great Deals and Steals on our Facebook page!   Each day I will post a new amazing deal for a terrific e-book or other great deals.  My hopes is that most of them will be free, but please note that these prices can change quickly and if you are interested, I highly encourage you to download it right away! After…

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  The SexyBack Summit is Here!  Sign Up For FREE Today!   I am super excited to introduce to you all a FREE Sexy Back Summit!  So just what is this summit all about? It is all about sex!  Yep, you read that right, it is about your sexual health! It’s about time someone talks about this!  Our medical doctors (at least most of them) certainly won’t.  All they ever do is throw pills at it –pills that make the…

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A Sweet Sensation   So much of eating wholesomely has to do with eating the foods we love. It is the antithesis of a diet; rather than being a system of restrictions and guidelines, eating whole, real, unrefined foods is about the celebration of food at its greatest. We all want a little bit of sweet in the foods we eat. To forbid any form of sugar in what we eat is to deny ourselves one of the five basic…

About Eryn Lynum

Eryn Lynum lives in Kansas City, MO. She is a wife and mother of two young boys. She began blogging when her family set out on a journey of health in early 2012. They ditched process foods for a diet rich in whole, natural foods. She writes from the perspective of a woman once captive to a fear of food, which led her to suffer from anorexia for several years. Now her greatest fear has turned into one of her greatest passions! She writes on her own blog, From Famine to Foodie, to inspire, educate, and enable others to pursue a fuller life through nurturing their bodies, souls, and families! Visit her blog at www.erynlynum.com

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