March 2012


Features

Isabella Rossellini:
Golden Years on the Silver Screen

Her latest film, “Late Bloomers,” takes a comic
look at aging that also smacks of reality.

Fat of the Land
Vitamins A, D, E and K operate in the fatty
parts of your cells—and that’s a good thing.

Unwelcome Table Guests
Food poisoning is a growing threat. Here’s how to keep your food safe
and protect yourself from E. coli and other undesirables.

The Sea’s Garden
Kelp, dulse and other marine plants provide
powerful nutrition and clean flavor.

 

Departments

ET Mail
Neti pot precautions.

Cooking Corner
A little forethought can make solo
cooking an enjoyable affair.

Wellness Watch
Health events in March.

Washington Update
Why safe, effective dietary supplements
shouldn’t be treated like prescription drugs.

Earth Matters
Solar energy can save money over the long
run—and may be cheaper than you think.

Holistic Healing
Hitting the pain-relief mark with trigger point therapy.

Malady Makeover
Potential skin allergens, it seems, are everywhere.

Natural Market
Words of wisdom from one of yoga’s great teachers.

Supplement Savvy
The tiny krill can provide big omega-3 benefits.

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