A Natural Approach to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Written by contributor Stephanie Langford of Keeper of the Home Call me naive. I didn’t know that there was something terribly wrong about going 6 months without a cycle. I was 20 years old and in my last year of university. My health was far from superb, but I certainly didn’t think that there was (read more…)

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Reset a room: simplify your space with a fresh pair of eyes

This past weekend, my husband and I repainted our living room. A few years of kids running around and putting scuffs and dings on the walls, not to mention one major home improvement project, made this painting a necessity. To ease my mind about taking care of the furniture during the process, we moved almost (read more…)

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Fruit vs. roots: do you make this big health mistake?

Lately, I’ve been working on my upcoming online course, Designed for Wellness. I’ll share more about the course at the end of this post, but I wanted to talk a bit about how lasting change happens in our lives, and one of the biggest mistakes we all make when we try to make healthy changes. (read more…)

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Time Magazine Asks: Who Needs Organic Food?

Last week’s issue of Time magazine featured a special health checkup devoted to the questions and debates surrounding the organic food movement. I though it was a very interesting read; the author of the primary article, Jeffery Kluger, raised many of the same questions that have been raised by readers here at Simple Organic, such (read more…)

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Sunday Links: Adios, August

• From Kitchen Stewardship: Packing a Lunch: Healthy Food to Go • From The EcoDiva: Discover the Hidden Talents of Olive Oil • From Deliciously Organic: Hashed Browns (including an excellent article on fats!) • From Big Green Purse: Salmonella eggs make a strong argument for local, organic farms • From Clean: How to Make (read more…)

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