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Natural Beauty Empowered: Environmental Working Group Establishes New Standards

Contributed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move As pop-ups go, the exclusive press event recently hosted by The Environmental Working Group (EWG), the national environmental health organization, featuring EWG Verified™ products, Le Pop Up Abbot Kinney was hands down... Continue Reading →

‘Save The Peels!’ – Join the eatCleaner® Challenge

In the U.S. alone, we eat more than 3.2 billion pounds of bananas each year – that’s 304 bananas every second. The discarded peels add tons of organic waste to our landfills, which wreaks havoc on our environment and health.... Continue Reading →

Flavorman Top Beverage Flavor Trends For 2018

The flavor forecast for 2018 is shaping up to be full of ooey, gooey goodness. Maple, famous for its complex sweetness and unmatched flavor,  is not only a uniquely North American ingredient, it is the top trending flavor for the... Continue Reading →

3rd Annual Good Food Org Guide Names 46 California Groups

The James Beard Foundation and Food Tank, along with a prestigious advisory group of more than 70 food system experts, has published the third annual Good Food Org Guide .  The guide identifies and celebrates 1,000 U.S.-based groups who are... Continue Reading →

Millenials Trade In Drugs and Alcohol for Oxygen at The Music Festival Scene

Endless Summer dancing, drinking and blazing in congested, smoke-filled air; it's the ultimate concert experience, until now. Festival-goers are trading in their plastic cups and lighters for a pure, more energizing alternative to drugs and alcohol with a trending wellness... Continue Reading →

Six Plant-Based Foods You Should Try Today

Can you believe it?  With all the information out there, STILL!, more than 90 percent of adults and children do not eat the amount of fruits and veggies recommended by the latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans. So in order to... Continue Reading →

National Sunglasses Day Is June 27

Wear your shades, year-round - for your health! Every year on June 27  The Vision Council highlights National Sunglasses Day and the importance of UV-protective eyewear, including sunglasses, to protect long-term vision health from cumulative UV exposure and dispelling myths about sunglasses to... Continue Reading →

Disturbing Truth About The Food You Eat

When buying soft drinks, which brand do you choose: 7Up, Dr Pepper or Schweppes? It doesn’t matter. Your choice is just an illusion, since you’re still buying from a single company that makes all these brands - Dr Pepper. The... Continue Reading →

Waikoko! It’s Made with Aloha…

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On the Move Re-hydrating with the ancient sports drink of the Pacific Islands, felt gentler, friendlier, more soothing somehow... Slowly sipping Waikoko, while staring out at the wild, WILD waves, salt in my nostrils as seals... Continue Reading →

Dance: The Answer to the “Core” Question

Core training has been around long before the word "fitness" arrived at its currently popularity and status. And the word that existed in its olden day form is DANCE. Dancers have long known the built in benefits of not only core training, but as an additional advantage, aerobic, plyometric, flexibility and strength exercises.

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