Archive | March, 2011

Los Angeles Native Jake Gyllenhaal Grows His Own Vegetables

Source Code, in theaters April 1, stars Los Angeles native Jake Gyllenhaal as a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he's part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train.  GARD Pro Not Registered   This Hollywood star will be one of the few […]

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Over 1,500 Tesla Roadsters Around the World Have Driven More than 10 Million Miles

Since the launch of the Tesla Roadster in 2008, it is still the only highway-capable electric vehicle (EV) in the world. And over 1,500 Tesla Roadsters around the world, from Vancouver, Canada to Melbourne, Australia, have just driven more than 10 million real-world miles. This is the greatest distance covered by any electric vehicle (EV) […]

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Peter Rabbit… Naturally Better Launches with Peter Rabbit Peekaboo Board Book

Easter is fast approaching and what better gift to give you're eco friendly kid than the Peter Rabbit Peek-a-Boo board book? Earth friendly and so adorable, this Peter Rabbit book is made from 100% recycled board and printed with vegetable inks. Peter Rabbit products have just gotten better with the release of their Peter Rabbit… Naturally […]

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Drink Water to Help Keep the Weight Off

Drink Water to Help Keep the Weight Off

Research is finding that those people who regularly drink water before eating lose more weight and keep it off better than those who didn’t. Let’s talk about how water helps you lose weight, or burn fat to be more precise. When it comes to losing fat water is a key factor, in addition to exercise […]

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Earth Hour 2011 is Tonight at 8:30 pm

It's that time again. Earth Hour 2011 is finally here and it's the biggest Earth Hour ever! Over 131 countries and territories have already registered to switch off power tonight at 8:30 pm. Countries that have officially joined for the first time include: Jamaica, Uganda, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Palestine, Uzbekistan, Trinidad & Tobago, Lebanon, Iran, Swaziland, […]

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Immune System Natural Detox

The Human Body’s Natural Cleansing Processes

We are protected from everyday exposure to toxins with our natural detoxification systems provided by Mother Nature. Our bodies are strong and when provided with enough water and fiber your body will detox itself naturally. When our detoxification systems are working properly, our bodies can handle everyday toxins more easily with less signs of harmful […]

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Fight Infection and Boost Antioxidant

Fight Infection and Boost Antioxidant Intake in Your Kitchen

It’s simple to start fighting infection while boosting your antioxidant intake in your own kitchen. All you need to do is start cooking with more global flavors. Certain foods not only keep your body running strong, but will help give your immune system a needed boost when feeling ill. Whether it’s a winter cold or […]

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Pack Your Grocery List Full of these Detoxifying Foods this Spring

Spring is a great time to detoxify after the Winter blues. The bountiful harvest of berries, greens and sprouts are a helpful way to get your lymph and digestive systems back in shape. You'll not only feel better, but it will help you prevent illness and boost the burning of fat cells. Here is a […]

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