Life on Earth as we know it couldn’t exist without the ultraviolet (UV) rays provided by the sun. In addition to the vital role the sun plays in the food chain by providing energy for plant life, UV light is important for human beings in helping produce vitamin D in the body. However, as anyone … Continue reading How to Avoid Damaging UV Rays Without Living in the Basement
by Kerrie Bross If you're looking to eliminate toxins in your everyday life, then toss your villainnous deodorants and antiperspirants. Most deodorants and antiperspirants are loaded with toxic ingredients linked to many diseases. Check out the list below to see what toxins may be lurking in your stick. Or skip right to the end to see our … Continue reading Save Your Pits! Avoid the Dangers of Toxic Deodorants & Antiperspirants.
Are Your Blonds Looking a Little Green? When the heavy metal content of your swimming pool rises, the excess copper in the water can turn blond hair green. Don’t fret; just dissolve 1 teaspoon of Catie’s Vitamin C Powder in a pint-sized spray bottle. Spray it all over, rub in, and rinse after fifteen minutes. Prevent … Continue reading Best Tips to Keep Kids Healthy Naturally This Summer
1. Berry Picking Summer is a time when fresh berries abound. In the northeast, it starts in June with strawberries, which is followed quickly by raspberries and blackberries, then blueberries and so on. My family always went berry picking in the summer when I was a kid. We'd eat the fruit right off the plants, … Continue reading Five fun things to do with your kids before Summer fizzles.
“Summer Afternoon: To me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English Language.” Henry James Summer has always been my favorite time of year. I feel giddy and free: ready to drop everything for a spontaneous gathering, a delicious swim in the ocean, or a sunset music festival. It must be … Continue reading Natural Sunscreens: Carefree Fun in the Summer Sun