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Spring Cleaning, Naturally

Even though this spring may not feel very different from our exceptionally warm winter, it’s still time to do a little spring cleaning.  But be careful – cleaning products are actually among the most significant sources of exposure to toxic … Continue reading

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Breakfast On the Go

Mornings are busy, chaotic, and rushed, so it’s no wonder that eating a hearty breakfast ends up being a low priority in most homes. The appearance of breakfast in bar form sought to address the challenge of the hectic morning, … Continue reading

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What’s On Your Plate?

There are lots of strategies that can be used to make your eating habits healthier. Cook more. Shop the perimeter of the grocery store. Opt for the appetizer portion at restaurants. Keep a food diary. Eat breakfast. The effectiveness of … Continue reading

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Clarifying Certification Confusion

How do you navigate through the masses of certifications and eco-labels out there? Staying true to GoodGuide‘s purpose of providing an easy resource to quickly find the safest, healthiest and greenest products, we held a Certification Chat to try to … Continue reading

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The Folly of Faux Meat

There are lots of reasons to make more of your meals meatless. The primary reason is the significant body of public health research indicates diets high in meat and animal products (specifically red meat) are associated with higher rates of … Continue reading

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A Healthy Game Plan

Super Bowl Sunday might be the second largest day of food consumption (aside from Thanksgiving), but that doesn’t mean you have to throw your health game plan out the window. Armed with the GoodGuide app on your smartphone, you can … Continue reading

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A Nod to Popcorn

Popcorn isn’t just meant for the movies anymore. A stop in the chips aisle at the grocery store reveals a plethora of options for at-home popcorn enjoyment that fall into three main categories: bagged popcorn that’s ready to eat, microwave … Continue reading

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