Book to be released 10/15

Book to be released 10/15

BY M. D’ESTRIES from Mother Nature Network

  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Artisan (October 6, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1579656234
  • ISBN-13: 978-1579656232
  • AMAZON PRE-ORDER PRICE: $15.14
Haven’t heard of Tracey Stewart? That’s all about to change. The former veterinary technician and animal advocate, who also happens to be married to “Daily Show” comedian Jon Stewart, is quickly rising in the world of animal welfare thanks to a new book, online magazine, and a new rescue farm.
Artisan Books announced this week that it will publish Stewart’s first book, “Do Unto Animals,” this October. In addition to over 300 pages of beautiful illustrations by celebrated artist Lisel Ashlock, the book will give readers “insights into the secret lives of animals and the kindest ways to live with and alongside them.”
The release states that everything from learning how to speak “cat-ese” and “dog-ese” to building backyard bee houses and humanely dealing with yard pests will be explored. Stewart will also share experiences from the farm that she, Jon, and their two kids currently own in New Jersey. The couple reportedly are working towards turning the property into a “a home for farm animals rescued from cruelty.”
“Part practical guide, part memoir of her life with animals, and part testament to the power of giving back, ‘Do Unto Animals’ is a gift for animal lovers of all stripes,” the publisher’s press release reads.
In addition to her upcoming book, Stewart owns and manages the online magazine Moomah, which provides kids and parents fun and effective ways to become involved in and give back to non-profits. This month’s issue, dedicated entirely to veganism, spotlights Farm Sanctuary founder Gene Baur and his organization’s mission to rescue abused animals.
“Over the past year in the course of researching my own book I’ve been inspired to transition from vegetarian to a completely whole foods plant-based diet,” reveals Stewart in an interview with Baur. “Life just keeps getting better.”

Native Americans refer to special types of clay as “The mud that heals.” 

cruelty-free copy-160x160Soap is essential to keeping your body clean from bacteria, microbes, and viruses, and now a company called Zion Health in San Francisco is manufacturing soap that is a unique mixture of essential oils and clay, providing hydration and minerals to the skin. This natural soap is formulated to energize and purify the skin without drying.

Pure Calcium Kanwa Clay is renowned for its natural ability to pull toxins and impurities out of the body. This clay, which Zion Health is using in their soaps, contains more than 57 essential minerals that are healthy for the skin. In addition, natural Scents and essential oils are provided to stimulate positive moods.

The Company’s natural clay skin care product line, Adama Moisture Intense lotions, which contain healing and detoxifying ingredients especially formulated for dry skin. Adama lotions contain more than 60 trace minerals derived from a nutrient-rich clay called Kanwa or scientifically termed Calcium Montmorillonite clay. Kanwa clay is known to absorb skin toxins, enhance cellular energy, and add nutrients to dehydrated skin.

Dry skin can weaken the epidermal barrier, exposing it to immunogens, resulting in inflammatory dermatitis. Adama Minerals moisture intense lotions contain soothing botanical extracts of chamomile and aloe vera that help reduce inflammation and protect skin. Chamomile flower extracts have been widely used in compresses, soaps and lotions to treat rashes and skin irritations. Flavonoids present in chamomile have been shown to treat dermatitis-related inflammation by halting the release of histamine and minimizing itching, swelling and redness.

Adama Minerals Moisture Intense Lotions are enriched with yarrow root. Yarrow root is an ancient folk remedy used to soothe and moisturize skin. Its strong anti-inflammatory and antiseptic actions can be attributed to the presence of alkaloids, coumarins, flavonoids and salicylic acid. Yarrow has been shown to heal cuts and abrasions and improve various inflammatory skin conditions, including eczema. Yarrow root also contains silica, a critical mineral for collagen production and skin elasticity.

For more information on these products and for ordering, consult the Company website.


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PETA (V): 501 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510


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In Touch Massage Therapy: 128 Main Street, Westerly – 401-348-0744
The Way of the Dragon: 877 Waterman Avenue, East Providence – 401-435-6502


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Marsha Carr: 9 River Bend Road, Newmarket – 603-659-3594
Mr. Peter Schauffler, New England Wellness and Education Center: P.O. Box 901, Harrisville – 603-827-3183
Sandra Koski
Tonimarie Tassinari, LMT: 103 Hanover Street, Lebanon – 603-491-4746
The Centennial: 96 Pleasant Street, Concord – 603-227-9000
Young Spirit Yoga: 3 Dover Street, Dover – 603-918-9113


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Advanced Skincare (VF): 71 Main Street, Stubridge, MA – 508-347-3028
All About Flow (Alexander, Tai Chi, Chi Quong) (VF): 70 Hemingway Street, Winchester – 617-290-7102
Boston Organics (RF): 50 Terminal Street, Bldg. 2, Suite 100, Charlestown – 617-242-1700
Cavalier Cottage (Vegan B&B): 236 E. Oxbow Road, Charlemont. 413-625-2262.
Daoist Gate Wudang Arts (VF): 33 Harrison Avenue, Boston – 508-245-6397
Marisa Fanelli, M.Ac. (VF): 185 Commonwealth Road, Wayland – 877-433-1554

Gohspa2GOHSPA (V):goh (green-organic-holistic) spa is a place where time pauses while addressing the necessities.  Our GREEN certified vegan spa uses purified water for all treatments. Our skincare products represent the most refined quality of holistic-organic skin care; their healing technology provides measurable results for optimal skin health and natural beauty.
350 Cambridge Road, Woburn – 781-281-7097

Green Hair (Vegan products salon): 538 Main Street, Stubridge508.347.7273
Karma Yoga (VF): 1120 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge – 617-547-9642
Macro-Mediterranean Delivery (V): 101 Mystic Avenue, Medford – 617-535-5300
New England Anti-Vivisection Society (V): 333 Washington Street, Boston – 617-523-6020
North Shore Vegetarian (V): 978-406-3773
OMBE Integrative Health Center (VF): 551 Boylston Street, 4th floor, Boston – 617-447-2222
Patricia Smith Burkhart, L.Ac. (VF): 259 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington – 781-648-0911
The Caroline Cottage Bed and Breakfast (V): 48 Wilton Drive, Centerville – 508-778-0653
The Humane League (V): PO Box 382466, Cambridge – 617-877-3589
Body Centre Massage (VF): 590 Center Street, Jamaica Plain
Abby Greiner: 494 Union Avenue, Framingham – 508-341-3481
AURAw Foods (V, R): 5 Shore Road, Merrimac – 978-912-0729
Christine Lee, Lic.Ac.: 64 Lexington Street, Framingham – 508-626-0896
David Brown, DDS: 69 Milk Street, Westboro – 508-963-8383
Dr. Abbas Qutab, Elan Vital Medical Center: 21 West Street, Worcester – 508-753-0006
Dr. Paul Herscu, ND, MPH & Amy Rothenberg, ND – New England School of Homeopathy: 356 Middle Street, Amherst – 413-256-5949
Eco Centric Salon and Spa (V): 246 Commercial Street, Worcester – 508-75GREEN
Firefly Salon (VF): 122 Main St  Northampton – 413-584-1422
Goldhouse Gourmet, (V, R): Jamaica Plain – 310-990-5496 (kategoldhouse@gmail.com)
Groton Wellness (VF): 493 Main Street, Groton – 978-449-9919
Jeff Cote: 370 Main Street, Townsend – 978-906-4934
Linda M. Smith, MD and Dr. Esther Roy ND: 2 Narrows Road, Westminster – 978-874-1180
Log Cabin Banquet & Meeting House (VF): 500 Easthampton Road Holyoke – 413-535-5077
Marisa Fanelli, M.Ac.: 185 Commonwealth Road, Wayland – 877-433-1554
Michelle Gross, Westborough Yoga: 14 South Street #6, Westborough – 508-341-6424
River Valley Acupuncture: 65 James Street, Worcester – 508-890-8899
Sarah Jeppson Zitter (Artist, Writer) (V): 21 Lewis Street, Maynard – 978-897-6239
Sherry Jeppson Zitter, LICSW (Therapist, Writer) (V): 45 Lyman Street, Suite 19, Westboro
Zest Yoga and Fitness: 65 Southbridge Street, Auburn – 508-843-9887


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Ahimsa Custom Cakes: Auburn – 207-782-7931
Institute for Humane Education: 792 Surry Rd. Surry – 207-667-1025
Modern Vegan Cooking School – Locations vary – Expert in plant-based eating. 207-409-7778
Peace Ridge Sanctuary: 653 Back Ridge Road, Penobscot – 207-326-9507
The Wellness Forum – Portland 207-409-7778


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JUSTFOOD (V, R): 1 Main Street, Chester – 203-218-3701
Kaia Complete Wellness Center and Café (VF): 1200 Post Rd E, Westport – 203-532-0660
Naturopathic and Acupuncture Health Center: Health Center, 274 Silas Deane Highway, Wethersfield – 860-529-1200
Dr. Jody Noe, MS, ND, Natural Family Health: 101 West Broad Street, Pawcatuck – 860-495-5688
Fran Storch, ND: 476 Storrs Road, Mansfield Center – 860-423-2759
The Graduate Institute: 171 Amity Road, Bethany – 203-874-4252
Well on Wheels (V): 34 Hubinger Street, New Haven – 860-985-1645