Finally, the USDA Says It Will Allow Some Online Retailers to Accept SNAP
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Finally, the USDA Says It Will Allow Some Online Retailers to Accept SNAP

In a much-anticipated move, today the USDA announced a first-of-its-kind pilot program that will allow recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to use their benefits onlin...

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Are Your Cleaning Products Hiding These 7 Troubling Ingredients?
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Are Your Cleaning Products Hiding These 7 Troubling Ingredients?

The number of chemicals and toxic substances we all use in pursuit of a “clean” home is truly astounding. Bleach, ammonia, you name it—savvy marketers have told us that as long as a product disinfe...

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The 12 Toxic Hormone Disruptors You Probably Have In Your Home
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The 12 Toxic Hormone Disruptors You Probably Have In Your Home

Here’s a riddle for you: What could nonstick pans, corn, plastic kids toys, cleaning products, and cosmetics all have in common?

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The 12 Worst Food Additives—And How You Can Avoid Them
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The 12 Worst Food Additives—And How You Can Avoid Them

Every time you roll your cart down a supermarket aisle, you might be choosing food with questionable additives. The Environmental Working Group has come up with a list of the worst offenders, a dir...

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Coconut Cream vs. Coconut Milk: What's the Difference?
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Coconut Cream vs. Coconut Milk: What's the Difference?

If you’re following a dairy-free, vegan, or Paleo diet, you may already be familiar with a variety of milk alternatives. But there are two in particular that deserve a spot in your regular rotation...

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Paleo Cacao & Cold Brew Muffins Recipe
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Paleo Cacao & Cold Brew Muffins Recipe

Start your morning with a batch of tender Paleo muffins made with a gluten-free flour mix, rich cacao, toasted walnuts, and a splash of cold brew to get you buzzing. Tip: Freeze some for later so y...

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Gut Goddess Dressing Recipe
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Gut Goddess Dressing Recipe

Known for its unmistakable green color and herbaceous flavor, this creamy dip and dressing has been popping up on restaurant menus since the 1920s. It’s believed the first goddess recipe was blende...

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