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Down to Earth Publishes its First Cookbook

Photo: Down to Earth Cookbook Cover

HONOLULU, HI (Dec. 13, 2017) — Down to Earth Organic & Natural has published its first Cookbook and will begin selling it in its stores on Thursday Dec. 14th.  The “Down to Earth Cookbook” is a soft-cover 112-page book that includes 40 vegetarian recipes, one for each year of the company’s history, and beautiful pictures of each dish.  The recipes are a collaboration by vegetarian chefs of the Community Outreach Team at Down to Earth.

Talk Story with the Love Life! Team

10 Foods for Heart Health

Photo: Brocoli

February is Heart Health Month. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Hawaii, but don't despair! The good news is that most heart disease is preventable, and you don't have to make huge changes to lower your risk. A few simple tweaks to your diet can make a wonderful difference. Here are 10 heart-healthy foods that could save your life:

Featured Article

Taking Off the Pounds Made Easy!

Here we go, one more time!  It’s January so that means another resolution to eat healthier and lose weight.  Somehow ya’ gotta get rid of those extra five to eight pounds from holiday feasting!

Health Tip

Whole Grain Oats and Heart Health

Photo: Bowl of Oatmeal with Bananas

What if I told you that your kitchen cabinet may hold an amazing heart-healthy ingredient? If it isn’t in your cabinet already, this ingredient is easy and accessible to buy. Oats, yes oatmeal, packs a punch of heart-healthy benefits. Oatmeal may not be the most glamorous food that generates a ton of buzz but it deserves some love this February as we talk about heart health.

'Ekahi Corner

Stress and Your Heart

Photo: Participants at an Ekahi Event

In uncertain times, it’s hard to feel grounded. For many of us living in Hawaii, the recent missile attack scare re-ignited fear and uncertainty about our safety and the state of our country. And while there is little we can do to affect what is happening around us, we can try to change the way we react to emotionally trying situations.

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