The genetic recipe for a strong, fit, healthy human exist in almost all of us. It’s our "factory setting" at birth.

I would love to be someone’s last 

Liquid Laundry Detergent Recipe
1 bar of soap
4 cups water
Dissolve then add
11 L of water
1 cup of washing soda
1 cup borax

It cost me $2 to make 2 gallons of my natural liquid laundry detergent!

Liquid Laundry Detergent Recipe

1 bar of soap

4 cups water

Dissolve then add

11 L of water

1 cup of washing soda

1 cup borax

It cost me $2 to make 2 gallons of my natural liquid laundry detergent!

Pumpkin Patch ‘12 at the Tanaka Farms in Irvine, CA

After watching the documentary Chemerical, I became even more aware of
the harmful products that I incorporate in my everyday routine.  There
was another documentary that I saw a while back called The Gerson
Miracle that opened my eyes to it, but it wasn’t till I watched this
one that made me realized that I can really do something about it. I
think it’s because Chemerical offered an alternative solution instead
of just bringing awareness that really fueled my determination to
start living a more toxic free lifestyle.  Of course there are still
things that I can’t control like the air I breathe in, but I can
definitely start with myself in my home and hopefully I can inspire my
family and others to do the same.

If you’re still reading, I encourage you to watch the documentary.
It’s a must see, I included the trailer with its synopsis in my
previous posts. I saw it on Netflix or you can also go to their
website www.chemericalnation.com and purchase the movie.  They also
have a Chemerical Cookbook which includes tons of simple, natural and
Ecofriendly household recipes that you can make to help detoxify your
homes. Before buying their cookbook I actually used their liquid
laundry detergent recipe which they included in the documentary. It
was such an awesome feeling and I felt a sense of pride and
accomplishment making my very own laundry detergent that’s not only
good for me, but its also environmentally friendly. I’ll post the
picture of the laundry detergent I made along with the recipe if you
would like to try it for yourself.

Baked Halibut prepared 3 ways (from left-right):
Salsa: salt & pepper, tomato, onion, cilantro, cilantro, lemon, olive oil
Chimichurri: salt & pepper, parsley, cilantro, garlic, red pepper, cumin, olive oil
Spicy Aioli: salt & pepper, egg yolk, garlic, lemon, red pepper, green onion, olive oil

Baked Halibut prepared 3 ways (from left-right):

Salsa: salt & pepper, tomato, onion, cilantro, cilantro, lemon, olive oil

Chimichurri: salt & pepper, parsley, cilantro, garlic, red pepper, cumin, olive oil

Spicy Aioli: salt & pepper, egg yolk, garlic, lemon, red pepper, green onion, olive oil

"According to a study done by the Breast Cancer Fund a stay at home mom is 50 times more likely to develop cancer compared to women who work outside the home due to their constant exposure to toxic based chemical cleaners and pesticides.  Coupled with the statistics that air quality is 10 to 50 times worse inside our home than outside it is not surprising to make the connection between the two." - Andrew Nisker Chemerical Cookbook

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 2012

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 2012

Pink Ribbons, Inc.

Synopsis:

Breast cancer has become the poster child of corporate cause-related marketing campaigns. Countless women and men walk, bike, climb and shop for the cure. Each year, millions of dollars are raised in the name of breast cancer, but where does this money go and what does it actually achieve? Pink Ribbons, Inc. is a feature documentary that shows how the devastating reality of breast cancer, which marketing experts have labeled a “dream cause,” becomes obfuscated by a shiny, pink story of success.