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ANB Sampler - Now just $28!

Get Your ANB Holiday Sampler for Just $28 (includes shipping!)

   This is your last opportunity to get the Sampler of the year, It includes 6 luxurious products that will be your new favorites. You'll find unbelievably effective moisturizers that will help to make your body and face soft and lovely, a sumptuous 16-hour all-natural candle, and even a fresh minty toothpowder. These are not your average products. They are as natural as can be, made with love, and conveniently put together in one holiday-inspired collection at a very special price.

   You won't want to miss this one-time special offer. While you're at it you may want to get another for a friend or family member. There is a limit of 2 per address. Order yours today at the $28 price and get FREE SHIPPING! The actual retail value is $112.45 (In fact there's one product in the sampler that actually retails for $50!).  - US Residents Only - This Offer is not valid on any past orders - Limit 2 per Address

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Healthy Living: 4 Basic Steps for Healthy Skin
Pat White's Healthy Living Articles
Written by Pat White of Essential Body Pleasures   

Basic Natural Skin Care InstructionsThere are four basic steps that must be taken when caring for your skin: cleansing, toning, moisturizing and protecting. It is important to address each step so that your skin is cared for properly and so that it looks and feels as healthy as possible. There are other specialty steps that you can take if you have specific concerns like crow's feet or age spots, but those will be discussed in another article.

 


The first step is cleansing your skin. This is an important foundation step because if your skin is not clean, your pores can become clogged, which can lead to pimples.  Choose a gentle cleanser made for your skin type that won't strip your skin and leave it dry. You can use cream based cleansers, liquid soaps, handmade bar soap (which is much more gentle than store-bought 'detergent bars'. You can even use oil to clean your face. Yes, oil! As strange as that might sound, many people use oils like rice bran or olive oil to clean their face.

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Do More and Feel Better with Less in 2015
Written by Trina Felber of Primal Life Organics   

Green New Years ResolutionsIt seems like everyone makes a New Year’s resolution related to losing weight, exercising more or eating better. We all jump in on January 1 and try to make our new habits last. This year, I think it’s time for a change. Why not try to focus on other ways to live more healthfully, environmentally friendly and

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Whole Living: Fats - Diet Myths and Your Skin Health
Shirley Makela's Whole Living Articles
Written by Shirley Makela of Alki Organix   

There is one myth that stubbornly persists and in my experience gets people really worked up when it’s discussed; the myth of low fat diet equaling healthy diet.  Not only has this been debunked multiple times by credible sources and studies but eating a very low fat diet may have adverse effects not only on your overall health and not surprisingly also on your skin.  Yet we continue to be marketed low-fat foods as the healthy alternative, and we continue to ‘eat-it-up’ as healthy!

According to the Harvard School of Public Health it’s time to end the Low-Fat myth, it’s neither reduced obesity nor increased health, it may have even done the opposite. In the 1960’s about 45% of calories we consumed were from fat – around 13% of us were obese, fewer than 1% had Type 2 Diabetes, 50 years later we’ve reduced our fat intake by over 25% and obesity has risen to 34% and Type 2 Diabetes to 11%! Their speculation is that reduced fat processed foods are compensating for the loss in taste and texture with added sugars, salts and refined grains. While we have indeed reduced fats in our diet our sugar intake has skyrocketed in recent decades.

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Paleo Living: Are There Dangers Lurking in Your Toothpaste?
Trina Felber's Paleo Living Articles
Written by Trina Felber of Primal Life Organics   

“Most toothpaste contains a number of slow moving poisons that accumulate in the highly sensitive and permeable mucous membranes in the mouth and lead to toxic overload. Over time, these toxins can cause serious health risks.” (1)

Poisons.  A harsh word, I know.  But lets call it what it is.  I refuse to pretend a toxin is safe even in small doses!  After all, how do you measure how much is absorbed anyway?  Obviously, for a child, even a small amount is toxic.

What are these toxins?

Most commercial toothpastes contain at least three potentially harmful, possibly toxic, and at the very

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