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Down to Earth to Open New Store in Kakaako

Architect rendering of Down to Earth's proposed store in Kakaako

The new Down to Earth store is slated to open in the fall of 2017.  It will be a 13,000 square foot location on the ground floor of Keauhou Lane at the corner of Keawe St. and Pohukaina St., just a few blocks behind the SALT at Our Kaka’ako cultural center. 

Talk Story with the Love Life! Team

Starting over in 2017 with… chocolate?

Photo: 2017 Written in Chocolate Powder with Chocolate Bars and Decorations

My New Year’s resolutions always start out strong and fire-y and then by mid-February, I sizzle out pretty spectacularly. I’ve got the usual stereotypical resolutions: eat better, exercise more, etc. I get all pumped and excited for the first few weeks and go at my resolutions with a vengeance. But eventually it becomes too overwhelming and I burn out. I scour the internet for tricks and hacks but get overloaded with information that is quite frankly too generic for me to practice. But this year, with the help of chocolate, I’m going to try something different.

Featured Article

How to Make Your Healthy Resolution Stick

Photo: People Running

Almost half of adults set New Year’s resolutions to improve their health, only to abandon them by the end of the first month—not to speak of staying on track for six months or longer—according the University of Pennsylvania research.  We mean well, we just have difficulty figuring it out.

Health Tip

Plan with Plant-Based Protein

Photo: Vegetarian Chili

Have you been thinking about switching to a plant-based diet or incorporating more plant protein into your diet? There are many great reasons to do so, including your health, the environment, and compassion for animals. A well-planned vegetarian diet can reduce your risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and hypertension.1 Vegetarians also tend to have a lower body mass index (a measure of body fat)2. The health benefits of a vegetarian diet are great motivators to make the switch to plant-based eating! 

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