Happy Thanksgiving from Long Natural Health!
We are entering the holiday season time of year. Most of us will be celebrating Thanksgiving here in the US, though around the world there are many types of celebrations. This is a great time to unite with family and friends. For some of us, family and holidays… Read more »
Coconut Oil Should Be Part of Your Health and Beauty Routine
Coconut oil has been touted for it’s incredible health and healing properties, but did you know that it is also a natural beauty and skin product? There are hundreds of uses for this versatile product and the health benefits are truly incredible. The… Read more »
“The greatest gift of the garden is the restoration of the five senses.” Hanna Rion
Springtime is upon us and the garden is calling. If planted in the spring, fruits and vegetables ripened by the summer sun will be ready for your dinner table in just a couple of months.
You may be considering… Read more »
There is nothing like coming home on a snowy, icy, cold winter day to a warm, homemade meal. Soups and stews are a warm bowl of comfort on a winter’s eve. They can be easy to prepare, healthy and if you like to use the crockpot, they may even be ready the minute you walk… Read more »
Celebrate with Healthy Recipes
Here in the USA, the 4th of July holiday symbolizes the quintessential American summer day. For many, the holiday means a break away from the office to bask in the sunshine, snack on light summery dishes, lounge by the pool and enjoy our family and friends. It’s a great day for… Read more »
In our supermarket culture, where produce is shipped around the world and in stock all year long, it can be difficult or confusing to determine which foods are in season at what time. One might ask, if we can get the same fruits and veggies all year long, why would we want to limit… Read more »
Hello Veggie People!
Many of you know me as the voice on the other end of the line when you call in to make your orders at Long Natural Health. Something you may not know about me is that for three years I have been a dedicated vegan and continue to work as a food… Read more »
Cooking: A chore or an art form?
When you think about cooking, do you consider it a revolutionary act? I recently read an article that claimed just that. This article was based on the premise that the cure for all that ails us begins in the kitchen, with wholesome and nutritious meals prepared from… Read more »