How to engage the children in an organic lifestyle and entertain them without spending a fortune. An alternative to the local parks and museum, filling a showery Sunday afternoon with something different. Involving the children in organic gardening.
European Commissioner Dacian Ciolos speaking at G20 summit in Brazil recognised sustainable agriculture is the best option in the ongoing challenge to provide for the global population. Could it finally be that governments and political agencies are realising that putting vast profits before all else is damaging our world?
Green beauty expert, Sophie Uliano from GorgeouslyGreen.com, provides a fabulously simple and inexpensive recipe for natural eye make-up remover.
Organic chocolate cupcakes with a difference – they’re packed full of vitamins and minerals rather than high fat and loads of sugar and gluten. They taste delicious, and yet are actually good for you.
The knowledge that you pay for what get is sufficient to justify a few extra pennies for organic food. There are significantly higher levels of vitamins in organic produce compared to mass produced foods. Ultimately you are getting more nutrition in the same fruit or vegetable.
Growing an organic garden is one of the best ways of improving your well being, and your family’s, whilst developing the health of the planet. You grow your own nutritious produce, and you can plant flowers to inspire you which also attract wonderful wildlife like butterflies and honeybees. Time spent outside, whatever the weather, is good for body and soul.
We have really got ourselves in a mess when it comes to farming. We’ve used toxins to maximise harvests to the detriment of the natural nutrients that should be in our food. This is one of the main drivers of the organic movement: to ‘clean up’ how we grow and produce food.
Sometimes plants need a helping hand to stop infestations from bugs and fungi. This cheap and easy-to-make recipe uses safe ingredients from your bathroom and kitchen. The ingredients are safe for pets and children and cheaply and easily available.
Organic farming has literally saved lives in Sao Tome. It may be a little simplistic, but if it can be done for cocoa beans why cannot it not be done for other crops?
A delicious and nutritious soup to warm the cockles of your heart. Using entirely organic ingredients, its very cheap, easy to make and stuffed full of vitamins to boost the immune system.