Mother Earth Living September/October 2014
8 Toxic Chemicals That Are Affecting Your Brain Health
Certain chemicals, now or once ubiquitous in our environment, may affect our brain health—especially in infants and children. Learn more about these chemicals, where they’re found and how to avoid them.
What are GMOs?
Surrounded by controversy yet lacking in scientific data, genetically modified foods are the subject of much conversation. We investigate.
End-of-Summer Food Preservation Guide
Explore the many techniques that can help make the bounty of local and homegrown foods last all year.
Gathering Together: Building a Homestead in North Carolina
An author and her family eat, work and live with nature on their homestead in the forested Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
7 Simple Ways to Detox Your Kitchen
Consider these tweaks to enjoy a cleaner, healthier environment for cooking, eating and gathering.
6 Easy Steps to Winterize Your Windows
Make your windows more efficient this winter: Try these tips and reap the rewards of a warmer house and lower energy bills.
14 Household Uses for Coconut Oil
Discover the versatile properties of this tropical wonder fruit.
Natural Pain Relief for Muscles and Joints
Stock your pantry with these simple kitchen remedies to provide natural pain relief for muscles and joints.
Natural Cold and Flu Remedies
This season, shorten your family’s cold and flu recovery times with these natural remedies.
Bee-Friendly Beauty Tips
Nurture and nourish skin with these beauty tips and bee-produced ingredients straight from the hive.
Garden Harvest Menu
When the fall garden is pumping out tasty treats, try these easy meals that put the bounty to good use.
How to Be a Seed Eater
It’s easy to mix all kinds of tasty, power-packed seeds into the foods you’re already eating. Your body will thank you for the serious nutrient boost.
The Secret Science of Food Synergy
Some foods become more nutritious when paired together. Use this guide to learn about food matches made in heaven.
Autumn Heroes: Growing and Cooking with Root Vegetables
Dig into growing and cooking delicious, nutritious, cold-weather root vegetables with these tips and recipes.
Growing Garlic: From Harvesting to Using
Pungent aroma, potent flavor and powerful medicinal qualities make garlic a great choice for your garden and diet.