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Posts by Amy Flyntz

Vegans, Rejoice! Chobani is Launching a Coconut-Based Non-Dairy Yogurt

With its reputation as the leading Greek yogurt brand in the United States and its renowned commitment to using only natural, non-GMO ingredients, Chobani has secured its place as one of the country’s most successful and healthy food brands. This month, Chobani is taking its success to the next level, launching its first ever Non-Dairy…

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I Tried Cold Showers for Stress & Anxiety—Here’s What Happened

Water therapy, or “hydrotherapy,” has long been recognized in ancient and non-Western cultures and naturopathic medicine for its myriad health benefits: From warm baths to induce relaxation and soothe aching muscles (self care, anyone?) to immersing the body in cold water to boost metabolism and allay chronic skin conditions, hydrotherapy has been a trusted healing…

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Secret Launches Its First Aluminum Free Deodorant

As the clean beauty movement continues to gain traction—some estimates put the worth of the global organic beauty market on target to reach $15.98 billion by 2020—conventional personal care brands are taking note, and making changes. Mainstream deodorant brand Secret, a mainstay on mass drugstore and supermarket shelves, launched its first ever Aluminum Free Deodorant…

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Why Sipping on Healing Broth Is the Cure to Your Winter Woes

Ah, January. Somewhere between the buzz of New Year’s Eve wearing off and the resolutions kicking in, we often find we’re feeling less than our best selves. Whether you’re fighting that first dreaded tickle at the back of your throat or are in the throes of full blown flu, don’t panic. We delved deep into…

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4 Tips to Green Cleaning Your Home in the New Year

Whether you’ve made a resolution to declutter in the new year or are just looking to freshen up your home in a wholly nontoxic way, green cleaning your abode is easier than ever, thanks to readily available ingredients, sustainable home goods and a daily dose of Mother Nature. Read on for four tips to green…

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These Food Additives Banned in Europe Are Still Allowed in U.S. Foods

From cherry-colored candy and neon-hued soda to the bright white flour in that hamburger bun, food additives have long held a place on American store shelves. While the European Union has taken restrictive measures to ensure that such food additives—which have been linked to cancer—don’t reach its consumers, these substances are still allowed in U.S.…

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