Natures Path Blog

18 Reasons To Buy Certified Organic Food

Posted by Jean Nick on March 21, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

The term “Organic” on a food or beverage label is more important to look for than most of the other feel-good marketing terms you may see -- such as natural, sustainable, or eco-friendly -- as...

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Seasonal Produce: Spring Veggies & How To Cook And Eat Them

Spring is almost upon us, and in my opinion it’s one of the best seasons to get into the kitchen. Long gone are the heavy, wintery comfort foods soon to be replaced by lighter,...

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How To Switch To A Plant-Based Diet

To be, or not to be, vegetarian is a question many of us ponder. Scientists have linked a plant-based diet with a potential reduction in global warming, making a vegetarian diet far more...

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Conscious Consumerism: How To Read Labels

Posted by Courtney Sunday on March 15, 2017 under Living Happier & Healthier

Once upon a time, people didn’t have to read food labels. Food didn’t have labels. It was just…food.

As time marched on, food and consumer goods have become increasingly complex, deviating...

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The Top 5 Nutrient Deficiencies on a Plant Based Diet

If you want to boost your health and maximize your longevity, switching to a vegan or vegetarian diet may be one of the best things you can do. Living a plant-based diet and lifestyle is not...

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What Is Conscious Consumerism?

Posted by Courtney Sunday on March 10, 2017 under Living Happier & Healthier

In the wake of salacious headlines and alternative facts, it can be a relief to find that there are people out there dedicated to a life of being awake. Conscious consumerism is a way of declaring...

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March Organic Gardening Chores

Posted by Nan Fischer on March 08, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

March is a very exciting month for organic gardening with the anticipation of a new growing season after a dark and cold winter. If you still have snow on the ground, get serious...

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How to Plant Your First Organic Garden

Posted by Nan Fischer on March 02, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

Do you want to grow your own food, but don’t know where to begin? It can be overwhelming, so here are some simple instructions to grow easy vegetables, flowers, and herbs.

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Why You Should Consider Minimalist Living

Posted by Jeffrey Harrison on March 01, 2017 under Living Happier & Healthier

Minimalism is not simply about having few possessions or vowing to consume less. It's first and foremost about realizing, being proud of, and cherishing the meaningful things you do have.

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The Battle Over Intellectual Rights and Organic Seeds

Posted by Sarah West on February 24, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing, Organic News & Sustainability

 Most of us haven’t spent much time thinking about seeds and what they mean to our food supply. Food, we collectively acknowledge, is food. With the rise of the organic movement, however, food is...

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