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May 6, 2011
Andrew McGivern replied to Suki Tranqille's discussion Does Optimal Health have to cost a lot of money?
"There are many choices available some of which are more expensive than others. A high potency multi-vitamin will cover the needs of most people for a small monthly investment. Eating a healthy organic diet is obviously the best choice although can…"
Mar 9, 2010
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Mar 2, 2010
Suki Tranqille posted a blog post

Are you Dying to be Beautiful?

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/food-healing-talk-/2010/02/19/dying-to-be-beautiful--are-your-personal-grooming-You'd like to think that you are doing everything you can to be healthy- Maybe you buy premium shampoo & conditioner. Maybe you use onlythe highest quality lotions, face…See More
Mar 2, 2010
Suki Tranqille commented on Suki Tranqille's blog post Fast Food - Fast & Easy Kids' Garden to Combat Childhood Obesity
"Thanks Shannon! I'm glad you like it - I'm teaching this class to several 1st through 3rd grade classes beginning this March and I really look forward to getting the kids excited about good food! I will be in your neck of the woods at the…"
Feb 16, 2010
Shannon Burnett-Gronich commented on Suki Tranqille's blog post Fast Food - Fast & Easy Kids' Garden to Combat Childhood Obesity
"Great work you are doing...I just shared with my twitter and facebook followers. Keep up the great work! Hope to meet you in person at one of our events."
Feb 16, 2010
Suki Tranqille's blog post was featured

Fast Food - Fast & Easy Kids' Garden to Combat Childhood Obesity

Michelle Obama hasdecided to tackle a problem that is obvious to anyone comparing thechildren of today to the children of just 20 years ago - obesity. Sheisn't saying anything that we don't already know, childhood obesity hasgone from a small problem to a very BIG problem. Childhood diabetes is skyrocketing right next to the collective weight of our…See More
Feb 16, 2010

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Tell us your Conscious Calling?
To teach people all about Healing your Body with Food - how to grow it, how to keep it and and how eat it.
What is your secret to healthy living?
Healthy Thinking. Conducting myself with conscious intent.
What would you like to say?
My mind might have dominion over my body but my spirit has dominion over my mind.
About Me:
I can not be identified by any one title - at any given point in time I am a mother, producer, business woman, writer, and motivational speaker. I am like the sun, not easily defined but very necessary. I have a show on Blog Talk Radio called "Food Healing Talk" where I discuss everything from gardening to the healing properties of food. I also have a website www.gokiheals.com with GOKI standing for the Garden of Knowledge Institute - we are on a continual quest for knowledge.
Website:
http://www.gokiheals.com

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Are you Dying to be Beautiful?

Posted on March 2, 2010 at 5:15pm 0 Comments

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Fast Food - Fast & Easy Kids' Garden to Combat Childhood Obesity

Posted on February 15, 2010 at 6:24pm 2 Comments

Michelle Obama has

decided to tackle a problem that is obvious to anyone comparing the

children of today to the children of just 20 years ago - obesity. She

isn't saying anything that we don't already know, childhood obesity has

gone from a small problem to a very BIG problem. Childhood…
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At 3:09pm on September 24, 2011, Markus Klinger said…
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At 9:17pm on January 1, 2010, Todd M Dobson said…
Thank you Suki for the request. I am new to the site, but love it already. I look forward to getting to know you better. May the New Year bring you much Love, Peace and Prosperity - Todd
At 11:31am on February 2, 2009, oya said…
Hi we seem to have art in common as well as other stuff thanks for the add, looking forward to hearing from you also, I will check out your art in the meantime:)
Serenity and tranquility, Oya.
At 10:24am on September 23, 2008, B. Marshall-Jones said…
Howdy Suki,

Thanks for the friendship! Hope to talk more about what you are up to.
As far as one of my passions right now with Solar Energy please visit:
http://www.EnergyIndependenceToday.com
And be sure to check out the "Ecopreneur" tab.

This project is in full swing. We now have over 33,000 reservations across the country with our pilot project of installs beginning in the next few months.

Very exciting shift in energy distribution... and finally an affordable solution for the home owner.

Please feel free to call me with any questions at 508.228.2000 or shoot me an email with your phone and I will call you.

In-joy,
Bruce
At 6:46pm on September 3, 2008, George said…
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At 11:21pm on August 14, 2008, George said…
You will save even more by using basic H2 about $3000 compare to what your making now.

Simple thing that will make your home green and clean

Use cloth napkins instead of paper at dinner time
Bring you bags to the suppermarket

1. Get the dirt. Educate yourself about what you bring into your home at
www.householdproducts.nlm.nih.gov/products.htm
2. Have a clean-for-all. Put on the gloves and get rid of the nasty stuff in your home. Responsibly, of course. Your
local waste collection service has guidelines for proper household hazardous waste disposal, as well as collection
sites for things like paint, batteries, and cleaners. Whatever you do, please don’t toss this stuff in the garbage.
3. Welcome healthy into your home. Commit to carefully considering everything that crosses your doorstep.
Here are some safe, healthy things to have in your home:
• Cleaners that are truly cleaner. Get Clean offers product choices that are: nontoxic, natural, biodegradable,
concentrated, and hypoallergenic. To learn more, please visit
www.slowdownglobalwarming.com
• Fresh air. Open your windows to reduce indoor air pollution.
• Essential oils. Use these instead of air fresheners.
• Plants. Besides being nice to look at, they can absorb harmful gases and help clean the air.
• Organic cotton bedding. Avoid standard bedding treated with chemicals.
• Floors made of recycled and renewable resources.
• Healthier paint. That new paint smell can be as nasty as it smells. Choose low VOC paint instead.
4. Clean up our collective home. Make the earth healthier for all of us who call it home by using these things in yours:
• Compact fluorescent lighting. They last a whole lot longer.
• Energy Star-rated appliances. Save money and energy.
• A low-flush toilet. Replace the largest user of water in your house. Ultra low flushers cut water use by one-fifth.
• Low-flow showerheads. Same pressure. Less water.
• Your flicker finger. Turn off lights and appliances when you’re not using them.
• Gray water system. Install one to recycle used household water for your lawn.
• Tankless water heater. Save money, energy, and space in the broom closet. Use it to store your new
Get Clean Starter Kit.
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To find out what’s lurking on
your shelves, go to the National
Institutes of Health Library of
Medicine Household Products
Database. You can search almost
any brand of cleaner you use, find
out what’s in it, and uncover its
links to health effects. Or search
by chemical ingredients (see list
below for some examples) and
discover what brands contain it.
The information may shock you.
Chemical ingredients to look out for:
• Sodium hydroxide
• Hydrochloric acid
• Butyl cellosolve
(2-Butoxyethanol)
• Formaldehyde
• Bleach (sodium hypochlorite)
• Ammonia
• Sulfamic acid
• Petroleum distillates
• Sulfuric acid
• Lye (potassium hydroxide)
• Morpholine
Hope this will be usefully
Healthy you healthier Planet
gpp107@comcast.net
At 2:46pm on August 2, 2008, Tim Kellis said…
Thank you
At 4:05am on July 22, 2008, George said…
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DID YOU KNOW?...
-Women who work from home, have a 54% higher risk of cancer
A direct result to the increased exposure to toxic chemicals in the home
Source: 15 year study CPA

-150 chemicals found in the home are connected to allergies, asthma, birth defects, cancer, psychological disorder and many more illnesses
Source: American Cancer Society, the EPA, and the CPA

If you want to know the truth on the toxins in your home,
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