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Why You Should Stop Taking Fish Oil and Take Algae Oil Instead

Why You Should Stop Taking Fish Oil and Take Algae Oil Instead

Are you taking fish oil supplements to get your omega 3 fatty acids? If so, you should know that fish oil has a lot of disadvantages and there may be a better option for your health and for the environment. Fish oil supplements sold in stores come from commercial fishing and this practice contributes to …

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Reducing Waste: How to Recycle and Reuse Lotion Bottles

Reducing Waste How to Recycle and Reuse Lotion Bottles

Lotion bottles come in all shapes and sizes, but even the ones that are identical have different recycling codes. With so many lotions being sold on the market today, it is important to understand what you need to do with your bottle once you’re finished using it. If you are unsure of how to recycle …

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How to Recycle and Reuse Coffee Grounds

How to Recycle and Reuse Coffee Grounds

If you’re like me, your day can’t properly start until you’ve had your morning coffee. If so, you are not alone. The average American consumes 3 cups of coffee per day. That’s a lot of coffee!  And that’s a lot of leftover coffee grounds.  Surprisingly, used coffee grounds can serve many purposes other than being …

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Helpful Tips to Go Plastic-Free at Work

Helpful Tips to Go Plastic-Free at Work

Plastic has gotten a bad rap lately, and for good reason. We all know plastic is bad for the environment and our health. Landfills are overflowing with plastic. It’s contaminating our waterways and harming marine animals. Chemicals found in plastics are absorbed into human bodies affecting hormones, wreaking havoc on reproductive health, and causing many …

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Eco-Friendly Dishes: The Best Plastic-Free Dish Soap

plastic-free dish soap

What really happens to our plastic waste after we toss it in the recycling bin? You’d be surprised to find out it’s not always being recycled. Studies have found that about 91% of all our plastic waste isn’t recycled. Our landfills are being overwhelmed by more waste than they can hold, and it’s overflowing into …

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