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What Your Poop Says About You by The Savvy Sister Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Sat 21 May 2011 12:00am Is there such thing as “quality poop”? What you see in the toilet, and what your bathroom experience is, can say a lot about your health or lack thereof. Digestion in a nutshell To get to the “end” we have to start at the beginning.  Your BM starts its journey as food. Food starts off  in the mouth getting chewed and mixed w ... Read on »
Planet Green reviews Gene Logsdon’s Holy Shit by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 11:00am It’s an undeniable fact: the way we’re currently dealing with our waste (both human and animal) is not sustainable in the long term. Consider the following: Each of the U.S.’s estimated 100 million cattle produce an average of 27 pounds of manure per day = 2.7 billion pounds of manure PER DAY = over 985 billion pounds of manure per ... Read on »
From New Composter to Poo Composter: A Green Garbage Guide by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Tue 19 Jun 2012 9:00am The following article was adapted for the web from Composting: An Easy Household Guide by Nicky Scott and The Humanure Handbook by Joseph Jenkins . There are a bewildering amount of different composting systems and bins available on the market. This article will help you choose which bin or system suits your lifestyle, your f ... Read on »
Gdiapers-The New Eco Friendly Diaper "Go Green With Your Poo"! by Dealectible Mom Posted Thu 29 Jul 2010 10:29pm by Candace on December 21, 2008 in Random Rants A few months ago, my then 7 month old had a horrible rash develop all over her diaper area and she has NEVER had an issue before…. I change her far more than I should for the very purpose of keeping creepy crawly, icky rashes away. S ... Read on »
Why Is My Poop Green? by jpetersen Posted Fri 09 Sep 2011 12:00am Don’t let the title turn you off – this is going to be one hilarious post that has nothing to do with my poop. Yesterday afternoon, one of my local friends (my programmer, actually) tweeted a link to a story that compelled me to click it to read. I not only read it, I coughed up a lung. Now, I know I think I’m all this and that with my writing ... Read on »
Green Pet Care -- The Poop Problem by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 20 Oct 2008 7:18am How green are your furry friends? This week we'll provide tips for pet owners. Tip #1: Scoop That Poop Americans own approximately 74.8 million dogs and an estimated 40 percent of pet owners don't clean up their dogs' doo Those piles don't just "disappear" -- rain washes unscooped poop into storm sewers which drain into local rivers and ba ... Read on »
Green Your Pets: The Poop by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 1:33pm Pets are such a source of joy; science has proven that having an animal companion provides many physical and psychological benefits. But America’s more than 160 million owned dogs and cats surely impact the environment. This week we’re sharing tips about how to reduce Fido’s and Fluffy’s environmental pawprints. Tip #4: Deal With Their Wast ... Read on »
Product Review: Elephant Dung Paper Products | Reviews | Green Living by A. Brewster S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 Jul 2011 8:45pm Product Review: Elephant Dung Paper Products | Reviews | Green Living Read on »
Green Your Pets: The Poop by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 Oct 2011 9:01am Pets are such a source of joy, but America’s more than 160 million owned dogs and cats do impact the environment. This week's tips are about how to reduce their environmental pawprint. Tip #4: Deal with their waste. One of the biggest hassles of having a pet is dealing with their poop. Not only is it inherently unplea ... Read on »
Green Failures: The Little Plastic Goodie Bag of Crap from the Dentist by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Feb 2012 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Image via Wikipedia I just took my daughter to the dentist.  I have greened so many areas of our family life, and plastic bags do not enter our home.  Well, except from the dentist. At the end of every dental visit, you g ... Read on »