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Down to Earth Wins 2018 “Best Health Food Store” Award… Yet Again!

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We are thrilled to report that once again readers of the Star-Advertiser voted Down to Earth “2018 Best Health Food Store.” This year’s contest includes the new Vegetarian category, for which we earned “Finalist.”  The announcement was made in the Star-Advertiser’s 2018 Hawaii’s Best edition, which was published on June 17th. As many of you know, this vote is the result of their annual “People’s Choice Awards,” which every year asks readers to name their “Best” choice in a variety of categories. 

Talk Story with the Love Life! Team

Sustainable (and Safe) September!

Sustainable and Safe September

It’s Sustainable September! Even though 2020 has been challenging for everyone, there is still room to improve our daily habits for the well-being of the environment and future generations.

Featured Article

Focusing on Climate Change & Sustainability at Down to Earth

Photo: Sea Turtle swimming under water

Our rapidly changing climate and increased environmental destruction worldwide are a great concern for us at Down to Earth. We often tell our customers about the surprisingly significant impact of what you choose to eat on reducing climate change and helping our environment: eating a vegetarian diet is one of the best things you can do to prevent further climate change.

Health Tip

Healthy, Natural Sunscreens

Watch the video to see the difference between healthy, natural sunscreens and conventional. 

'Ekahi Corner

Blue Zones: The Key to Living Longer?

Photo: A cove in Sardinia, Italy

Okinawa in Japan, Sardinia in Italy, Nicoya in Costa Rica, Icaria in Greece, and Loma Linda in California. What do these five regions have in common? At first glance, the answer seems unclear. But these were the five regions chosen by author Dan Buettner, in partnership with National Geographic and the National Institute on Aging, after scouring the world for the regions where people live the longest.

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