Randolph Couple Enjoys Chemical-Free Lifestyle | News, Sports, Jobs

Randolph Couple Enjoys Chemical-Free Lifestyle | News, Sports, Jobs

In an effort to raise healthy children, Melissa Brown not only tries very hard to feed her family healthy foods, she and her husband Nick, have developed an entire product line of chemical-free family and household products. She holds their youngest child, Remi, while displaying Grain-Free Protein Muffins and The Ultimate Healthy Protein Smoothie. Photos by Beverly Kehe-Rowland Grain-Free Protein Muffins In an effort to raise healthy children, Melissa Brown not only tries very hard…

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Eco-friendly mattress for sound sleep – Community

Eco-friendly mattress for sound sleep – Community

Lee showing a Napure mattress and pillow. The brand’s chemical-free mattresses are made of natural latex. MATTRESSES with adequate support contribute to good sleep, but eco-friendly features are equally important. Napure mattresses by The International Brands Gallery (IBG) will fill this demand gap as it offers natural latex mattresses that are chemical-free. Lee Swee Kiat (LSK) Group Bhd managing director Eric Lee said Napure mattresses are made of natural latex, not only to ensure good…

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UBC researchers invent cheap, chemical-free way to purify water for rural communities

UBC researchers invent cheap, chemical-free way to purify water for rural communities

UBC engineers have found a way to help remote communities gain access to drinking water by creating an affordable water-purification system that doesn’t use chemicals. The system uses membrane tubes to filter non-potable water into drinkable water, a technique West Vancouver, Abbotsford, and several other B.C. communities already use. But those conventional membrane filters for water use chemicals to keep the membranes from getting clogged up, and UBC professor Pierre Berube has found a way…

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Weathering Pregnancy with Hayley LaPoint: Tour of the nursery!

Weathering Pregnancy with Hayley LaPoint: Tour of the nursery!

From the day my husband and I moved into our house, one of our guest rooms was designated “The Baby Room.” We knew that one day, it would be where our little one would sleep, get its diaper changed and rocked to sleep while reading a book. As soon as we got some confidence that this pregnancy would be a successful one, I took the lead on designing the room. It was something I had…

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Jacksonville Carpet Cleaning Company Announces Chemical Free Cleaning Process – MilTech

  View as PDF  Print View    Green Dry Carpet Cleaning Jacksonville is uses a no chemical environmentally friendly carpet cleaning process. The process leaves carpet and upholstery cleaner, greener, and drier containing no solvents, soaps or petroleum based products that can harm the environment and leaves dirt attracting residue behind. Jacksonville, United States – April 3, 2017 /PressCable/ — Green Dry Carpet Cleaning Jacksonville is excited to announce their launch of a no chemical…

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Jacksonville Carpet Cleaning Company Announces Chemical Free Cleaning Process – satPRnews

Submit the press release   View as PDF  Print View    Green Dry Carpet Cleaning Jacksonville is uses a no chemical environmentally friendly carpet cleaning process. The process leaves carpet and upholstery cleaner, greener, and drier containing no solvents, soaps or petroleum based products that can harm the environment and leaves dirt attracting residue behind. Jacksonville, United States – April 3, 2017 /PressCable/ — Green Dry Carpet Cleaning Jacksonville is excited to announce their launch…

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Myriam Taylor Introduces Muxima — Chemical Free Haircare Products

Myriam Taylor Introduces Muxima — Chemical Free Haircare Products

Portuguese Black Woman Creates Muxima a Chemical Free Haircare Products for Textured Hair *Meaning ‘heart’ in Kimbundu, an Angolan language, Muxima is a line of products for textured hair. Made with love and using a combination of the world’s finest bio ingredients for textured hair – uniquely formulated together in high quantities – Muxima nourishes and styles your hair in a way nothing has before. The company is the result of a personal journey by…

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Chipotle introduces new chemical-free tortillas

Chipotle introduces new chemical-free tortillas

Sometimes deciding on where to get a quick meal for lunch can feel like navigating a minefield. Subway has been known to dye its veggies, McDonald’s salad options are a far cry from what your nutritionist would recommend, and who knows how long those foods at the deli salad bar have been sitting out? Then there’s Chipotle. It’s definitely one of the healthier fast-food options out there—especially since you can custom-make your own meals, nixing the less-than-nutritious stuff…

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All-organic nail salon in the works for North Ocean Avenue in Patchogue Village

All-organic nail salon in the works for North Ocean Avenue in Patchogue Village

Two years after The New York Times’ widely circulated investigation into New York City’s nail salon industry, one Long Islander is doing her part to raise awareness of safety and abuse concerns. And she’s doing it by opening her own nail place that offers an alternative — right here in Patchogue Village. Danielle Miller’s All Nailtural was approved last week by the village Planning Board and will open this spring at 61 North Ocean Avenue. This will…

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Charleston Gazette-Mail | April Pierson-Keating: An environment that promotes more cancer not what WV needs (Gazette)

Charleston Gazette-Mail | April Pierson-Keating: An environment that promotes more cancer not what WV needs (Gazette)

By April Pierson-Keating Recently, I wrote to my West Virginia senators and delegates and told them my story of growing up in Chemical Valley and ending up with metastatic breast cancer. The tumors are not the kind you can just remove — the cancer is in my bones. My doctors think it has to do with my growing up in Charleston where I drank the water, breathed the air, walked to and from school each…

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The fun in farming | News, Sports, Jobs

The fun in farming | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO BY MARYANN KROMER Bestselling author Forrest Pritchard reads a passage from his book, “Gaining Ground,” Thursday at Sentinel Career and Technology Center. From his family’s farm in Virginia, Forrest Pritchard can see the Blue Ridge Mountains in the distance. When he graduated from college and returned to the farm in 1996, he was “an opportunistic kid” hoping to make a living from the land, as his father and grandfather had done; however, his dream…

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Pacifica Underarm Deodorant Wipes beauty product review

Pacifica Underarm Deodorant Wipes beauty product review

When it comes to surviving the Texas heat, there are two essentials that everyone should have. The first is a great sunscreen. The second is a great deodorant. Deodorant is a topic I’ve yet to address in Fab or Flub. Talking about odor and perspiration is kind of gross. But with growing concern that the chemicals in traditional deodorants can be harmful, I’ve recently been on the hunt for a more natural alternative to the…

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How to Pitch Your Food Startup in Two Minutes

How to Pitch Your Food Startup in Two Minutes

A Bronx-based hot sauce and innovative food-waste programs took their best shot during a contest run by the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership By Kara Cutruzzula – March 31, 2017 Pitch winner Tinia Pina of Re-Nuble, flanked by two judges, chef Dale Talde and restaurant entrepreneur John Stage (All photos by Sasha Smolina, courtesy of Downtown Brooklyn Partnership) Shark Tank: Brooklyn has arrived. Well, not quite. Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran were nowhere to be found during…

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Harvey Beef home on the rangelands

Harvey Beef home on the rangelands

Andrew Forrest’s Harvey Beef has announced a multimillion-dollar partnership with the Kimberley and Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association to produce the “Rangelands” beef brand. The Minderoo-owned company made the announcement last week at the association’s annual field day and conference in Onslow. Under the deal, hand-picked northern cattle producers will be required to adhere to strict animal welfare standards, as well as hormone and chemical-free status, to deliver an exclusive beef range of mince, sausages and burgers….

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Three Chemical-Free Sprays for Repelling Pests in the Garden

Three Chemical-Free Sprays for Repelling Pests in the Garden

Firstly, we should note that “pests” are not actually out to cause us problems, but in abundance, they are symptoms of an unbalanced ecosystem. That’s why large monocultures are difficult to grow without chemical inputs: Areas solely occupied by one type of plant makes easy work for the insects that like to eat that plant. Secondly, it’s important to realize that “pests,” like weeds, are actually an important component to natural systems because, without them,…

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Some things to know about GMOs

Some things to know about GMOs

Genetically Modified Organisms have been used in production agriculture for 10,000 to 20,000 years. In the last few years there has been much interest by the general public about GMOs in general. Examples of crops that are the result of genetic modification include: Broccoli — resulted from breeding wild mustard plants in 6th century B.C. Apples — the apples we know today originated from dwarf apples from Kazakhstan. Strawberries — bred for cultivation in 1750,…

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