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In the Living Green section we explore how to live a sustainable life. Under Eco Shelter we look at the design on construction of Green Buildings and how to create and generic levitra shipping canada maintain a Healthy Homes. Under Green Thumbs we explore not only Organic Gardening but also creating truly sustainable living environments in Permaculture. Under Food For Thought we examine the issues surrounding what we eat. We look at how we grow our food under Sustainable Agriculture, the abundance of edible wild foods in Wild Crafting, How to preserve our food for later consumption in Putting It Up. The health advantages of a fresh Whole Food Diet and the environmental advantages of a local diet. We also look at all the systems that contribute to creating and maintaining total and Natural Health. We examine Eco Energy and Eco Transport solutions and under Urban Solutions we explore the greening of our towns and cities.

In Waste Not we help you reduce, reuse, repair, recycle and cialis professional online rethink our way to a sustainable future. In Green Gear we let you know about new and innovative green products that can make our life healthier and more sustainable. This section can also help you expand your eco awareness through Eco Education and Eco Tourism . And after we talk about all the great things we can do, we show you How To Do It! That is what living green is all about.

WWOOFing Your Way Around The World

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Written by Nick Palmer

WWOOFing is about travel and learning and making a differance!  WWOOF stands for World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. It is a group of organizations that works together as a team to help people gain more knowledge of ways to develop an improved sustainable way of living.  The organization began in 1971 in the United Kingdom.  Since then, they have expanded their team to over   100 countries across the world.  There are now over 900 farm hosts across Canada and becoming a volunteer on Organic Farms is a way to learn  about WWOOF and how to develop your own sustainable living practices.

Summer’s Bounty, Year-Round

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Written by Lana Winter

We avid gardeners who do not live in balmy climates often face the prospect of spending October to March with our faces pressed wistfully to our windows, counting down the days to when we can get our hands dirty and women viagra our hearts happy by tending our gardens once again. Fortunately, there are ways to get around this greenery-deprived sulking by growing food plants and herbs indoors during the winter.

Eco-chic – bring the outdoors inside

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Written by Sylvia Hoehns Wright


Too many times, we hesitate to simply sit and enjoy or bring the fruit of our labor inside. Yet, from a wintry spray of evergreens and berries to formally arranged summer roses, with a few tips and planning, anyone can be eco-chic: find it satisfying to bring the beauty of the outdoors inside.


How an inner-city kid is becoming a farmer

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Written by Adam Mohammed

There exists in Canada, and about 90 or so other countries, chapters of an organization called WWOOF, which stands for either ‘Willing Workers On Organic Farms’ or ‘World-Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms’ depending where you are. In each place, it is a networking organization of sorts:  WWOOF-Canada is a database of 4-500 rural households who take in interns/apprentices on a transient basis. On par, wwoof-hosts ask for a 30-40 hour-work-week in exchange for meals, housing, the opportunity to learn ecological gardening and farming techniques hands-on, and the value of being out in the countryside or small towns with tonnes of fresh air. 


Understanding Disease

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Written by Raymond Francis

The next major advance in health will be determined by what people are willing to do for themselves. However, willingness is only part of the equation-the other is knowing what to do.

In the Raymond Francis book Never Be Sick Again,  he outlined a new model of health based on the revolutionary concept of one disease. As varied and complex as "diseases" appear to be, all disease is the result of malfunctioning cells. Cellular malfunction is then the one disease. Modern medicine believes there are thousands of diseases, but viewing all diseases as one presents a profound opportunity-the opportunity to take the mystery out of disease and cheapest levitra prescription to gain power over it.

The enormous pandemic of chronic and degenerative disease sweeping the world today is characterized by complex neuro-immuno-hormonal-gastrointestinal dysfunction. Complexity aside, all disease occurs at the molecular and cellular level, and we now know that virtually all disease has common causes and common solutions.

There is only one disease and there are only two causes of disease: deficiency and toxicity.

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