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  • Halloween Candy is Scary

    Halloween Candy is Scary

    Halloween is an exciting time of year, full of costumes, parties, and of course, candy. The ill effects of this junk food-filled holiday can last days—or even weeks—after our mini ghouls and goblins have returned from their trick-or-treating extravaganza. 

    By: Andrea Donsky
    Posted: October 17, 2017
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  • My 'Healthy' Trip to Walt Disney World

    My 'Healthy' Trip to Walt Disney World

    When my older children were five and seven we took them on their first trip to Disney World. My daughter loved princesses and my son loved roller coasters, so they were excited to go...

    By: Andrea Donsky
    Posted: November 09, 2013
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  • "We're not going to be that house, are we?"

    "We're not going to be that house, are we?"

    The other night I was watching the Halloween episode of “Good Luck Charlie” with my kids. It's my favorite kids’ show - it always makes me laugh out loud. One of the themes of the episode was about how Teddy, the older...

    By: Andrea Donsky
    Posted: October 22, 2013
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  • A Tampon Experiment: A Picture Tells the Tale

    A Tampon Experiment: A Picture Tells the Tale

    I recently started a petition, along with my Naturally Savvy team, telling Procter & Gamble to disclose what's in their feminine hygiene products. As consumers, we’re in the dark about what’s in our sanitary pads and tampons, largely because...

    By: Andrea Donsky
    Posted: May 10, 2013
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  • Should A 9-Year-Old Give Healthy Eating Advice?

    Should A 9-Year-Old Give Healthy Eating Advice?

      Being as passionate as I am about healthy living, I do my best to teach my kids the importance of eating a healthy diet. I talk a lot about avoiding The Scary Seven ingredients (for those of you who know me, food coloring is my...

    By: Andrea Donsky
    Posted: February 05, 2013
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  • Who Loves You Abby? Abby!

    Who Loves You Abby? Abby!

    My two year old daughter Abby never ceases to amaze me. She is bright beyond her years (I have to say that, I'm her mom), and like all young kids, she speaks the truth. A few months ago we were playing around and I asked...

    By: Andrea Donsky
    Posted: January 30, 2013
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  • Give (Frozen) Peas (and Dr. Oz) A Chance

    Give (Frozen) Peas (and Dr. Oz) A Chance

    I decided to wait before commenting on Dr. Oz’s recent Time Magazine article “Give (Frozen) Peas A Chance –And Carrots Too.” I wanted to digest the information and read the comments and articles pouring in from both the critics...

    By: Andrea Donsky
    Posted: December 19, 2012
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  • Teach Kids About Healthy Eating

    Teach Kids About Healthy Eating

    Last week I was asked to speak to a class of fifth graders. I introduced them to "The Scary Seven" and talked about the importance of avoiding chemical additives. The kids seemed well-informed about diet in terms of how it affects one's...

    By: Andrea Donsky
    Posted: December 10, 2012
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  • Is Breast Thermography A Useful Tool?

    Is Breast Thermography A Useful Tool?

    The news this week that clinics in two Canadian provinces have already been ordered to stop using breast thermography equipment thanks to a poorly reported CBC news expose is upetting. While thermography is approved by the FDA as an adjunct early...

    By: Andrea Donsky
    Posted: November 30, 2012
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  • GMOs in Foods Labeled 'Natural'?

    GMOs in Foods Labeled 'Natural'?

    It seems that much of what we read lately somehow relates to the topic of GMOs - genetically engineered organisms. It is an especially hot topic if you live in California with the vote for Prop 37 just around the corner, taking place on November...

    By: Andrea Donsky
    Posted: October 09, 2012
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