04 Nov 2014
natural tooth cleanser
Are you sick and tired of the chemicals in your and your children’s toothpaste? So were we. Earth to Body is proud to present a truly GREEN tooth cleanser! Your teeth will love you.  Your mouth will love you.  Your dentist will love you. Now ask yourself. Do I know what a typical commercial toothpaste contains? Does it contain microbeads? (the polyethylene that is now being banned?)Does it...
22 Sep 2014
…how much they love to chew the leaves and meaty fruit of the gnarly argan tree, native to Morocco.  Climbing the tree is child’s play, they’ll say, and sometimes as many as 8 or 9 goats will challenge the swaying limbs. They do not seem to care if they damage or destroy the tree, or eat the fruit before it has ripened.  After all, they are goats. Ask the goats about the succulent argan oil...
13 Apr 2014
"The Monarch butterfly unites the three countries of North America in peace.It is an ambassador of peace which requires protected areas and ecosystems that are preserved through sustainable agricultural and forestry practices.Let us continue to work together to maintain a healthy and balanced ecosystem for all North America." President Jimmy Carter Our Monarchs are slowing dying and you can help...
19 Jan 2014
Be 2, or 3 or 4 years old in Siberia. Have your parents take you outside and rub you down with snow.You do not get the cold or flu. Or live in Sweden. Have your parents pour very cold water on your head.This is a routine. Especially during flu season.So no flu. Be an adult. Take the cold showers, or snow rubs, or cold lake dips alone, or with friends. Take your children with you. In these...
02 May 2013
Are dandelions dancing on your lawn yet?  I just received this from the Natural Health Consultants Institute here in Montreal. Thought I ‘d like to share it with you. "As the dandelion leaves grace our lawns this spring, why not embrace them for all the goodness they provide! After the long, cold winter, this wonderful spring tonic can help to restore our health and vitality. Add the tiny,...
05 Feb 2012
I love to eat, as a matter-of-fact, I put a great deal of time and effort into making almost every meal a memorable (and hopefully enjoyable) experience. Cooking programs on television were probably my first introduction into what would transform a rather routine activity, into a much anticipated ritual. Living in Montreal has always allowed one to easily plan, shop and execute meals of almost...
16 Sep 2010
If you have been reading the Earth to Body blog of late, you will know about our blogger's recent experience of being dupped into buying what she thought was an environmentally safe dish soap.  Well I was dupped as well. On a recent trip to one of Canada's most popular big-box retail stores, I was disappointed to find my favourite dish soap (Biovert) absent from the shelves. I came across another...
12 Apr 2010
Winter will be upon us before we know it. While we can still get the windows open and let in lots of fresh air, it may be a good time to give your home a freshening up.  Happily, we no longer have to search high and low for eco-friendly cleaning products; a wide range has become available everywhere including most grocery stores. Do make sure you buy products with an Environmental Choice or Eco...
19 Mar 2010
Discover the magic!! Distill a regal rose, squeeze an aristocratic argan, churn a succulent shea. Shower yourself in the floral water, soften in the soothing oil and slather on the butter. Gardeners and chefs rejoice! Creams, facials, salves and other skin body care can be created right from your own garden. For the adventurous, add a little international flavour and import from the gardens of...
27 Oct 2009
Happy New Green Year to Everyone! Hopefully we have all begun to make some modifications in our habits; every little effort can make a difference.We hope you were able to check out the websites we listed in last month’s column and participate in the questionnaires to determine your global footprint. Continuing in December’s theme, this month we want to focus, a little more specifically, on our...

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