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Based on a lifetime of research and practice, this practical guide for living green offers advice and solutions you can easily put into practice, like:
*The 10 foods you should always eat organic to avoid pesticides, herbicides, hormones and antibiotics. *Affordable and practical ways to offset your "carbon footprint" and neutralize your personal impact on global warming. *The most chemically-intensive personal care, household cleaning and lawn care products, and their effective natural alternatives. *How soft plastic water bottles hurt your health, your pocket book and our environment, with a simple and refreshing alternative. *How a simple carbon filter can dramatically improve your everyday health and potentially add years to your life. *The truth about hybrids and flex fuels. *Why an organic mattress is the most important health investment you can make. Foreword by Jordan Rubin, New York Times best-selling author of The Maker's Diet.
|Publisher:||Freedom Press, Incorporated, The|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Prior to becoming CEO of Garden of Life, Horn was the founder and CEO of Specialty Nutrition Group, Inc. and co-founder of Brand New Brands, Inc. a leading medicinal food and beverage company. As CEO of General Nutrition Centers (GNC), Horn was instrumental in growing the company from $400 million to $1.5 billion in revenues and expanding the retail chain from 950 to 5,600 stores.
Horn currently serves as CEO of Garden of Life, an innovative, organic whole-food nutrition company committed to empowering extraordinary health and simple sustainability.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I got this book thinking it would help "green" me more. It did turn out to be a how-to-do book on becoming more active in promoting a sustainable way of life, but most of what was suggested were things that I already do. The book is nicely organized and easy to read. It has a helpful chapter of websites (resources) in the back. This would be a good read for someone fairly new to the "green" movement and who has finally decided that to live more in harmony with the earth would be a good defense against global warming.