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Negatively charged ions have a positive effect. They elevate our mood by increasing serotonin levels, they help stabilize blood pressure, increase the body's alkalinity, strengthen bones, heighten immunity, accelerate physical recovery, they purify and clean the air, and more.
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You see, we eat salads - nice big ones- every single day. Raw vegetables are the basis of a healthy diet, so we go all out.
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After a June failure, Elon Musk’s SpaceX rockets are still grounded , but on Friday NASA gave his ae
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Truvia’s lists 3 ingredients on their label: erythritol, stevia leaf extract, and natural flavors. Erythritol is a sugar alcohol, a calorie-free sugar substitute made from sugar that has been known to cause headaches, diarrhea, and stomach upset when large amounts are ingested. For some people, a regular size portion will cause this reaction. The third ingredient is natural flavors. That could be anything, even aspartame or MSG.
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Consider the sad irony. The fungal and bacterial pathogens that pose the most risk to us are the result of the healthcare and farm industries.
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Proponents of the bill say the law will be good for consumers, allowing shoppers to know what they’re getting, and the bill will provide a national standard for labeling.

Critics are quick to point out that this law will wipe out existing labeling laws like Vermont’s current legislation that does require clear and conscious GMO labeling. Also, this bill could exempt certain genetically modified foods from any kind of GMO labeling.
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Most of your trees were a part of your landscaping before you purchased your home.They’re just there. They grow. Why worry about them? But think for a moment about all they go through.
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Alternatively titled ‘Be aware of context, and maybe start using Google AdWords’ Instead
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Truvia’s lists 3 ingredients on their label: erythritol, stevia leaf extract, and natural flavors. Erythritol is a sugar alcohol, a calorie-free sugar substitute made from sugar that has been known to cause headaches, diarrhea, and stomach upset when large amounts are ingested. For some people, a regular size portion will cause this reaction. The third ingredient is natural flavors. That could be anything, even aspartame or MSG.
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  • Green Lifestyle Market
    Owner, present
  • Organic Lifestyle Magazine
    Editor in chief, present
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Atlanta - Port Angeles
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Introduction
First and foremost I am the chief editor and founder of Organic Lifestyle Magazine and Green Lifestyle Magazine.

Atlanta, GA born, but lived in WA for age 10 to 20.

All I do is work these days, with two magazines, and a part time job, but I am not a workaholic. I look forward to being able to do next to nothing but lounging and playing for weeks at a time.

I have a hippie activist bisexual girlfriend. We are crazy in love. She's so much fun, my best friend, and absolutely perfect for me. I could go on and on about her for pages, but this is about me J

I have been accused of a crime I did not commit and got to see how corrupt our system is, and how dishonest and corrupt people can be, even seemingly good people. I am torn being trying to have a positive outlook while feeling love for my fellow man, and the realization that people really do suck.

I do my best, and am always trying to be good and do the right thing, and make the world a better place. It's hard sometimes, but my dream is to have made a significant positive impact. I spend a lot of my energy trying to improve myself and wondering if I did or would do the right thing in certain situations. I am afraid of almost nothing. After going through our legal system a few years ago and losing everything I had, I've been pretty fearless. But I am afraid of not being the kind of person I would be proud of. I still have a lot of work to do.

I love adventure, the kind that takes you to the brink of death and lets you know how fragile your life is. One of my favorite games to play is to swim in the ocean as far from the beach as I can, and when i can't swim anymore, turn around and try to make it back. I've almost drowned every time, and I love it

I am partly a granola eating, tree hugging, minimalist, but there is also a part of me (maybe a bigger part) who loves the finer things (the materialistic things). I can't decide if I want to live in the city in a high rise condo with nothing but a bicycle for transportation, or in the country on a huge farm with a 9 car garage filled with the fastest and most terrible gas guzzling sports cars on the market including the Porsche 911 GTS and the Nissan Skyline. If I had this I would certainly have a Tesla Roadster and try to drive that most down the windy twisty roads I would live near.

While I am the chief editor of Organic Lifestyle Magazine, I do not always eat perfectly, or take the kind fo care of myself as I know I should. Sometimes I drink, and get drunk. I even revert back to smoking when I am drinking occasionally. I go weeks at a time getting only a few hours of sleep a night. Sometimes I eat crap. I don’t exercise enough. But I get a little bit better every day. It’s still a process for me. But overall I eat very well, and I don’t get sick anymore and do feel very good, very healthy.

I used to say that I can't wait to get off of all social media, to disappear from the internet, and that I was only on here to market my magazines. But I’ve become addicted to Facebook and Google+ already

I love weightlifting, but I am too lazy to do it consistently and eat too much to have ripped abs. I love the idea of Yoga, but I do not have the patience. I love bicycling but don’t ride nearly enough. And I want to be a runner but I am too lazy to do it more than once a week, being dragged by my girlfriend. Did I mention she’s perfect for me?

When I argue with someone I try to fight fair, and never use things they've told me in confidence against them. For instance: if someone confided in me that they lie a lot, then something happens so that I think they're lying, I cannot in the argument say "you told me you lie all the time!" That's not fair to them.

I never call names when fighting with a loved one.

And, last but not least, obviously, I care about and enjoy environmental issues, natural health, and self expression be it music, art, etc. Ok, that's me, in a nutshell.

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We came, we ate, we loved it. We had the nachos, the noodle salad, a couple of soups, and a bunch of desserts. No complaints about any of it. We will be back.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
We walked into this Southfield location expecting to open up a multiple accounts and transfer are banking for our business and soon our whole family. We're new to Detroit, and I've noticed the heightened security at banks, which is off-putting to say the least, but understandable. This credit union took it to a level I hadn't seen since jail. I was in jail for a period of time, and as you can imagine, it's not something I wish to relive every time I walk into my credit union. We were greeted with what felt like immediate suspicion, like, "What are you doing here?" as opposed to, "What can we help you with?" I don't remember what was said, but that was the feeling. The security doors that leave you in a tight windowed box until they buzz you in didn't help, and then the first thing you see is a security guard who wants to know what you're doing here. We were told to sign in. We were then told told to sit and wait. There was a wall of doors that went to small rooms. After a seven minute wait, one of the two at the desk (the person not in guard uniform) said, "she will see you in room 7 now. We stoop up, and started walking to room seven, when I wondered to myself why the person couldn't come out and greet us like in other banks I'd been to. The whole thing felt so cold, like we were sheep and it was our turn to be slaughtered. Actually, again, it felt like jail, as if I were waiting to visit my attorney. I stopped and said, "I really don't like the way this feels." My wife said she agreed, and was relieved that I did not want to bank here. I turned to the men at the desk and said, "Sorry guys, but this whole set up you have here feels like jail, and I don't want to do business at a place like this." They both smirked at me and looked at me like I was stupid. When we walked out, into another waiting windowed box before we could exit, it felt like it took a bit longer than it should have for them to buzz us out. I've clearly got some issues, and I am not a very patient person, but this whole set up didn;'t feel "People Driven." There was no warmth in the building, not in the people working there, and not in the customers either. It is a miserable place and they will not see our business.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
The lady who owns the place was very nice, the room we had was great, and we enjoyed our stay. It was cold and all of the individual rooms are controlled by the office, so individual climate control would have been nice, but it's an older, well-maintaned building and I know that would be expensive. But if I am cold, it's pretty cold, and I was just a little bit cold in the room without a sweatshirt.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I've been to a lot of restaurants all over the country. My family and I travel regularly. We are foodies. We eat out all over the world, and we also love to cook. I think we have very high standards too. We walked into this restaurant and immediately we liked the vibe. The staff was very nice and friendly, very helpful, and the customers are seemed like they were doing well. We ordered the breakfast burrito, the the steak and eggs, and the benedict. It it was one of the best breakfasts we've ever eaten. They really know how to poach an egg, and the hollandaise sauce was out of this world! We said medium rare on the steak, and it was perfect; in fact, we've never had a better flank steak either. Our server was great, and we had not a single complaint. Even the bill was a pleasant surprise as we expected to pay more for what we got. We are only here for a few more days, but we're eating at this restaurant one more time at least.
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Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
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As long as I am within 100 miles (and I can drive the car), I will not go anywhere else for service. I was very impressed with their professionalism, attention to detail, and thoroughness. I've never been so satisfied with auto service before.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
For a small store that caters to just about anyone the selection is great. I would like to see better healthier choices, but I am not disappointed.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
This was the most affordable CPA I've ever been to. But what surprised me is that he's also by far the best. I only wish I still lived in Atlanta.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago