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It’s Rope, Not Dope: Learn About Hemp’s Rocky History in the U.S.—And How You Can Help Shape Its Future

It’s Rope, Not Dope: Learn About Hemp’s Rocky History in the U.S.—And How You Can Help Shape Its Future

To celebrate the eighth annual Hemp History Week June 5–11, 2017, we’re going to clear up some of the confusion around hemp. It’s gotten a bad wrap because, like marijuana, it comes from the cannab...

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Just in Time for Spring Cleaning: Thrive Market’s Line of Nontoxic Household Cleaning Products

Just in Time for Spring Cleaning: Thrive Market’s Line of Nontoxic Household Cleaning Products

At Thrive Market, we’re big on natural ingredients and we don’t stop at food! That’s why we created our new line of nontoxic cleaning products. Conventional sprays, soaps, and detergents often co...

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What You Need to Know About Seafood Sustainability Ahead of World Tuna Day

What You Need to Know About Seafood Sustainability Ahead of World Tuna Day

May 2, 2017 marks the first-ever World Tuna Day. While you may think of it as a good excuse to head to your favorite sushi bar, that wasn’t quite what the United Nations’ General Assembly had in mind.

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Aromatherapy 101: The Beginner’s Guide to Getting Started With Essential Oils

Aromatherapy 101: The Beginner’s Guide to Getting Started With Essential Oils

Essential oils aren’t new, but they’ve definitely gained some steam in recent years. Plants are throwing these substances at us (I’m not exaggerating—pay attention the next time you walk past...

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Everything You Need to Know About Adaptogens

Everything You Need to Know About Adaptogens

Stress is nothing new. Even though our ancestors didn’t have to deal with a constant flow of work emails and social media–fueled feelings of FOMO, they still had plenty of their own challenges (pre...

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Meet the Tuna Company That’s Tackling Mercury Fears, One Fish at a Time

Meet the Tuna Company That’s Tackling Mercury Fears, One Fish at a Time

Eating fish may appear to be a double-edged sword in terms of health, especially if you pay attention to all the latest food news and research.

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Moisturize Skin with These Helpful Tips

Moisturize Skin with These Helpful Tips

These days, it seems like every grocery store, classroom, and office comes equipped with enough hand sanitizer to kill every germ known to man. While it’s good to wipe out bad bacteria and other ha...

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No More Junk Food in Schools

No More Junk Food in Schools

At this point, it’s no secret that America has been fighting a health crisis unlike anything we’ve ever seen. For the first time ever, today’s parents may live longer than their children because of...

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4 Short, At-Home Workouts You Can Fit Into Your Holiday Schedule

4 Short, At-Home Workouts You Can Fit Into Your Holiday Schedule

Between Thanksgiving and the end of the year it’s hard enough to find time to do laundry—let alone fit in a workout.

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The Benefits of Peppermint

The Benefits of Peppermint

The holidays are in the air, and so is the smell of peppermint. It’s the scent of choice in candy canes, hot cocoa, and candles. But, there are many things that make peppermint so appealing beyond ...

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Turmeric Vs. Saffron

Turmeric Vs. Saffron

Variety is the spice of life—but when it comes to cooking, spices add life to many dishes. The right herbs and seasonings can elevate a recipe to something truly special, and could also have some a...

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‘Tis the Season to Give … Good Food! 3 Ways to Fill Hearts and Bellies This Holiday

‘Tis the Season to Give … Good Food! 3 Ways to Fill Hearts and Bellies This Holiday

Most of us agree on what the holidays are truly about: spending time with family and friends, showing appreciation for people we love, and giving to those in need.

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