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Liver Cleanse herbal remedy

Making a commitment to do something can be tricky, on one hand you know that commitment is what’s right on the other hand, giving up something that feels good at the moment is very difficult. But when it comes to doing a liver cleanse, giving up that piece of cake or that beer, is going to do your health a world of good.

When making a commitment to do a liver cleanse, you must commit to no less than thirty days. This is very important because the liver rejuvenates and repairs itself on…

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Added by Jennifer Lamb on February 20, 2012 at 3:00am — No Comments

Body Cleanse

Cleansing the body doesn’t mean starving and only drinking water. It’s somewhat of a slow process of changing habits while using herbal remedies that will improve the functions of the internal organs and intestinal track. Think of it more like a lifestyle change than a body cleanse. I like to use the timeframe of thirty days to focus on several different forms of cleansing. After all, we don’t muck up our body in only two weeks, so cleansing should be a long term process as well.

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Added by Jennifer Lamb on February 16, 2012 at 12:24pm — No Comments

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Ask Renee — A special edition about organic food

(NOTE: This a combined pair of answers that Renee had previously sent out to her newsletter subscribers.)

Hi Renee,

Recently at a table in a nearby farmers’ market I asked my usual questions about their use of chemicals and was told, “Yes, we use them as sparingly as [...]

Hoosiers in the NYC People’s Climate March

The call for action on climate change echoed strongly from the Hoosier state in New York Sunday, Sept.21.

At least two buses and an unknown number of vans and cars carried Indiana residents to Manhattan for the People’s Climate March.

The purpose of the People’s Climate March was [...]

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A rare plant that only grows in three states in the Midwest is now listed as endangered by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

Short’s Bladderpod, a member of the mustard family, can only be found in certain parts of Tennessee, Kentucky and along a stretch of [...]

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