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Diane Brandon

Naturally Vibrant Living

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Green Living: organic food, green homes, environmental protection, green health, cutting-edge research -- just some of the exciting topics Diane explores. Diane is an Integrative Intuitive Counselor, Author, and Speaker. Her new book, "Intuition for Beginners" will be published April 2013 and she's the author of "Invisible Blueprints" and contributing author to "The Long Way Around" and "Speaking Out." Born and raised in New Orleans, Diane has an A. B. in French from Duke University and did Master's work in Radio, Television, Motion Pictures at University of North Carolina, in addition to attending T.U.T.O.R. in Geneva, Switzerland for French studies.

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Increasing numbers of us are trying to buy organic food as much as possible, feeling that by doing so we're avoiding pesticides, GMOs, and toxic chemicals. However, could there be other things in organic food that may not be good for... more

Due to concerns about health and agricultural chemicals, increasing numbers of people are gardening and growing some of their own vegetables and fruit. If you've ever grown any tomatoes, cucumbers, or squash, you know that you can... more

Modern medicine has enabled increasing numbers of stroke victims and those who have sustained a traumatic brain injury to live longer lives. Sadly, many of these people live restricted lives due to the debilitating nature of the aftereffects.... more

of food are grown via technical methods and agriculture. At the same time, we have large expanses of desert in some areas. What could these two have in common? Could one thing be the solution to both? And could desert be changed... more

As we've been learning more and more about commercial agriculture and chemicals, not to mention Genetically Modified Foods and seeds, increasing numbers of people are opting to be growing some of their own vegetables.... more

Most of us want a healthy environment and feel moved to take steps to protect it. The same could said about wildlife. However, are there things we're doing that have the opposite effect? And could this be such a sensitive topic that it goes... more

Everyone knows that we're living in a time of huge changes. However, many are uncertain as to what they are and what they imply. Indeed, some people are fearful due to their sense of shifting sands. Is there an intrinsic shift in worldview... more

More and more information has been coming out on the negative effects of some of our agricultural and landscape practices. Some of this information comes as a huge surprise, because it reveals that what we've been recommended to do is... more

We all want to optimize our health and avoid health problems. Our bodies are quite complex organisms, however, and we are still learning about them. There's one area of the body that can help us with our health, but has been relatively... more

Tools can simplify our lives and many of us have been looking for greener ones – those that may save on energy or be better for the environment or have less toxic ingredients. Sometimes new products may come out and go on the... more

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