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As consumers call for improved animal welfare, stewardship of the soil, and conservation of dwindling water supplies, Aurora Organic Dairy is preparing to open a heifer factory on 1,900 acres in the dry High Plains of Colorado. The feedlot will house 7,000 “organic” heifers (a young cow that hasn’t born offspring yet) when fully operational....
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New study shows that organic works. Glycophosphate levels in the bodies of 4 families across the country dropped 70% after just 1 week on an organic diet! Read the full article here.  
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Prepared by: Rachel Murray, R.H.N. What does Organic really mean? ‘Organic’ has become a very loose and overused term in our society. However, the systems that have been put in place, which I should add, are constantly evolving, that regulate organically grown foods and products are highly valued by those involved in both the production...
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Prepared by Shannon MacLean, R.H.N., C.H.N.C., BA-IR  Be Specific Using child-centric nutrition phrases has been studied to increase kids’ openness to trying new foods. Phrases such as: “vegetables keep you from getting sick”, “protein helps you learn”, “fish makes us smarter”, “eggs will make you grow stronger”, and (especially effective for aspiring superheroes), “this grass-fed...
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Prepared by Paulette Millis, R.H.N. | healingwithnutrition.ca Dry and/or scaly skin is the sign of essential fatty acid deficiency.  The skin’s outermost layer is composed of cell membranes and protein, and the cell membranes are dependent on good fats.   A healthy child has lustrous skin and hair.  Hair is really an appendage of the skin,...
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by C. Hickey, R.H.N. As a student of CSNN that works almost full-time hours outside of class, I truly value the importance of effective studying. I absolutely love staying busy and I really value filling my time with activities that align with my core values, but it is easy to become overwhelmed with work, school...
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Prepared by: Rejan Magee, R.H.N.| wholeharmony.ca The gut microbiome is a fascinating place, and it grows progressively more interesting as we delve deeper into the research on its connections to everything. This is especially true now as we’re seeing an increasing rise in problems associated with digestive health and other areas of health we wouldn’t necessarily...
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Prepared by: Ashleigh Grange, R.H.N. | AshleighGrange.com How do you deal with stress? Do you cultivate a flower or herb garden? Or maybe spring cleaning helps keep your anxiety at bay? Perhaps you nurture a robust sourdough starter in the hopes of baking up a perfect tangy loaf? These are examples of creative stress relief...
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I don’t know what it is about Greek-inspired dishes, but my family is crazy for them! My 4-year-old and 18-month-old just love the briney feta and olives, and cooling cucumber and yogurt. Greek-style cuisine makes use of some really nourishing ingredients like extra virgin olive oil, lots of fresh vegetables, and fresh herbs. These greek-inspired turkey burgers...
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