Vol. 10 Nbr. 2, March - March 2009
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- Grocery, Schmocery.
- Buying better groceries on a budget: New Life Journal's Maggie Cramer asks area experts to share their secrets for staying friendly to our bodies and our wallets.
- A new type of healthy eating: Pattie Baker explores the many restaurants in our region that serve up good-for-you fare in a good-for-the-planet fashion.
- Guilt-free gourmet: three of Asheville's top restaurants help you serve up good-for-you glamour at the dinner table.
- Good-for-you greens: Juliet Blankespoor outlines your options for healthy and helpful spring treats.
- Celebrating 25 years of Nia: a conversation with a fitness pioneer: Anne Lowry and Ondine Constable talk with Carlos Rosas, Nia's creator, about the technique's principles, its big anniversary and healthy aging.
- Sowing the seeds of sustainability: Peter Waskiewicz schools us about seed saving--from the benefits to how-tos.
- A balanced breakfast? Dr. Pavka helps a reader size up his bowl and suggests foods perfect for morning munching.
- Not just for babies anymore: you can use organic fruit and vegetable purees to give grown-up meals a boost of flavor and nutrition.
- Organic growers school heralds spring: get a sneak peak at the big event with Ruth Gonzalez.
- More than aesthetics: landscapes serve a much bigger purpose.
- Green and gold: New Life Journal's Green Home Experts Board heads outside the city limits to a modern, green home with great views.
- Go ahead, play with your food: if it helps you create an easy, eco-friendly home decor project.
- Q&A: eco-friendly carpet cleaning: according to Sonny Casiano, you can get rid of that pesky spot without any chemical cleaners.
- Local program keeps 1.5 million plastic bags from landfill.
- U.S. Green Building Council chooses WNCGBC.
- Lance Ball: Web connoisseur and grow-your-own advocate.