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Longstanding historical trends converged this week in New York state to produce a media feeding frenzy around dietary supplements quality. The state attorney general issued cease and desist orders to several prominent retailers alleging they were selling herbal formulas that did not actually contain the ingredients listed on the label, or contained undeclared allergens.
As of today we have just over a month left until New Year’s. Great, you might say, still time to shop and plan gatherings, lots of time to celebrate and be with loved ones! But there’s a not-so-great side to the long holiday season: we’ve still got a month to go of relentless temptations with cookies, candies and pumpkin spice everything.
Everywhere you turn, someone is touting the benefits of detoxing.
The long days of summer tend to mean more—more picnics, more gatherings, more gardening, more biking, more days at the pool, more camping trips and generally more fun—and all on top of your already full schedule. Looks like you’re going to need more energy this summer.
Natural Grocers talked to a panel of the company’s category managers, nut
We’re in the middle of the holiday season and it’s a time of celebration, happiness and togetherness, but also a time where people often indulge and happen to suffer a little digestive discomfort. Top that with the fact that you are likely eating foods that you may not normally consume and your digestive system may be a downright wreck by January, leaving you feeling irregular and bloated.
It’s true, organic food is often more expensive when compared with its non-organic counterparts in the supermarket.
The category of organic has become hugely popular in the last several years. This is great news—organic agriculture is good4 human health, the health of the planet and good4 the economy.
Several large home improvement chains have recently announced that they are in the process of phasing out sales of a group of pesticides known as neonicotinoids.
Fall is in the air and you’ve likely started bringing out the sweaters and scarves in your wardrobe to support your body during the transition. But have you started changing out your diet yet? Just like flip-flops and tank tops won’t cut it as we move through fall and into winter, neither will the cold breakfast smoothies and raw salads of summer.