Susan Patterson

Susan Patterson
485 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
Susan is a Certifed Health Coach, Master Gardener and sustainability expert who has authored over twenty top selling books on healthy living, clean eating, gardening and natural wellness. She has taught thousands of people how to shop, cook and eat healthily and live well. When she is not coaching others, writing or speaking, Susan can be found hiking, kayaking and enjoying time in her garden.

Doing This One Thing Daily Could Offset Damage Caused by Sitting

Are you sitting more than usual? Does your job require you to sit at a desk for long periods? If you answered yes to...

This Edible Oil Fixes Dry Skin, Tired Hair and Cracking Nails

If you have not heard of this valuable oil, it is time that was fixed. Argan oil is an edible oil that comes from...

101 Awesome Ways To Use Vinegar Around The Home

We all know the old saying: honey catches more flies than vinegar. Although this is a great way to live your life, maintaining a...

Does Microwaving Your Food Kill Germs? What You Need to Know

While your microwave is excellent for reheating that day-old cup of coffee, should it be used to kill germs, including flu viruses, dangerous bacteria,...

The Absolute Best Way to Sanitize Your Phone and Other Electronics

You have started washing your hands at least ten times a day. You don a homemade face mask anytime you need to go to...

The #1 Thing You Should Never do in a Public Bathroom

I am always leery when I use public toilets. What is lurking on the seat, under the seat, and in the bowl? All those...

11 Good Things Happening In the Middle of this Crisis

Just a peek at the news can send anyone into a downward spiral of despair these days. We must celebrate the many good things...

Why You Should be Eating Grass-Fed Beef for Your Immune System

The old saying, “You are what you eat,” is true and also accurate is the saying, “You are what you eat has eaten.” Let...

The Ultimate Survival Food Anyone Can Grow, Ready in 7 Days

What better time is there than now to start growing your very own microgreens? Microgreens were first introduced in California restaurants in the 1980s...

Don’t Let Social Distancing Keep You From Helping Others

Are you on pins and needles with everything that is going on in the world? If so, you are not alone, and in many...
[campaign]
[campaign]
[email]
[email]