Fiending for green? Truly Organic Apparel, maker of subtly urban, naturally dyed apparel for men and women, is making it easier than ever to get your green fashion fix by offering its entire debut collection for spring/summer ’08 online at www.truly-organic.com.
Equally appealing to both the socially conscious and the fashion-savvy, Truly Organic’s clean yet comfy seasonal offerings include a range of completely natural tees, tanks, blouses and pants for women as well as colorful button-ups and t-shirts for men – with an expanding assortment of dresses, skirts, layering tee’s and activewear slated to debut for fall ‘08. What’s more, all Truly Organic garments are uniquely processed with chemical-free dyes derived from medicinal and epicurean elements such as turmeric, pomegranate and onion, thus preserving the pure nature of the 100% organic cotton from which they’re made. A moderate price point – MSRP starts at $39.00 – further reinforces the accessibility of contemporary green apparel in the mainstream marketplace.
In addition to hosting the company’s new e-commerce site, www.truly-organic.com is a one-stop resource for information on the inspiration behind Truly Organic’s mission; the company’s commitment to using organic materials and fair trade practices; upcoming events and promotions and more. To learn more about Truly Organic’s chemical-free dyeing process and how it compares to some of the conventional methods associated with organic apparel, visit www.truly-organic.com/files/natural-dye-process.php.
The knowledge that our children are safe, happy and emotionally sound is one of our greatest concerns. If they were being traumatized by something at school or, even worse, the attentions of a predator, we would want to be the first to know.
The only way we can truly be sure that they are all right, or if something is troubling them, is if they feel they can confide in us on a person-to-person basis. But are we actually listening to them as equals, or are we listening to them with condescending ears and, in the process, inadvertently breaking these lines of communication between parent and child – leaving them unwilling to come to us for help?
Research shows that a woman's diet profoundly affects her hormonal makeup. But foods that support hormonal health in young women are different from those that help balance hormones in women 50 and older.
That's why every woman needs to know her hormonal type, says women's health expert Susan Lark MD. Dr. Lark is the first physician to identify the three distinct hormonal types in women, a discovery that offers new ways to address common conditions associated with hormonal imbalances -- including weight gain, PMS, fibroid tumors, low libido, dry wrinkly skin, brittle bones, mental fog, and insomnia.
If coffee, cigarettes and food have left their mark on your teeth, you're not alone. There are plenty of people who would try anything to get back their pearly whites.
"Teeth naturally yellow for a number of reasons including smoking, eating highly pigmented foods, drinking coffee, tea or red wine, treatment with antibiotics, trauma, and too much fluoride and tartar accumulation," according to Elisa Mello, DDS, from NYC Smile Design, a New York-based cosmetic and restorative dental practice. But did you know that Mother Nature has some natural solutions to getting back your pearly whites?