This Week on Naturally Savvy October 25th 2010

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Water presents a relatively new and very eco-friendly form of cremation. Photo: Dreamstime.We have a lot of great new articles on Naturally Savvy this week to help you live a more natural, green and organic life.

Many people are taking an active step to reduce their carbon footprint and live a greener life. In Aquification is a Greener Cremation, Elizabeth Fournier explains how even the last decision we make can be an eco-friendly one.

Do you know of a food that actually lowers bad cholesterol, improves organ function, reduces the risk of degenerative disease, is great for your skin and hair and is also gluten free? Well Wayne Gendel encourages you to try out Hemp: The raw Super Food that has all of these properties and many more.

Often when we are injured or ill, we do anything we can to immediately stop the symptoms, be it pain or fever. But that doesn’t always cure the disease. Caroline Dupont explores the practice of Meditation for Deep Physical Healing

Sorting, washing, drying and ironing – sometimes it feels like the story of our lives. This week Melissa Makers has some Amazing Eco-Friendly Laundry Tips on how to keep your clothing lasting longer, smelling better and even unshrinking the shrunken!


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