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Living Life to the Greenest: Living Green

March 17, 2015

Note: This is the third in a three-part blog series this month devoted to living life to the greenest. Toxins, emissions, pollution. The more that goes out, the more we breathe in. And that is no way to live. When we’re kind to the environment, we always stand to benefit. Sure, we’re all short on time but there are fun things we can do to live green in this busy world. Here’s are a few ways:   Park it. Rather than circling a parking lot looking for a spot close to the mall, university or your work entrance, head for the perimeter and pick a stall. You’ll not only save on gas and emissions, you’ll get some exercise, too. If... Continue Reading →

Living Life to the Greenest: Eating Green

March 10, 2015

This is the second in a three-part blog series this month devoted to living life to the greenest. I’ve never met a vegetable I didn’t like. Asparagus, peas, broccoli, you name it—if it grows in the ground I’m happy to eat it. Recently I found a way to introduce kale into my diet: juicing. Pulverized with half a lemon, half an apple, a small orange and a chunk of ginger root, kale has become palatable.   I consider this an accomplishment because I’ve never been able to stomach this leafy green even though kale is loaded with vitamin C, an antioxidant known to reduce heart disease. It also helps fight cancer and strengthen bones.   Here are 5 more delicious... Continue Reading →