Author Archive: Rob

A senior writer and editor of The Green Guide and a father of 3 kids (1 girl and 2 boys). Rob's special interests include geography, enviroment study and hiking. Rob has traveled to over 100 places in 30 different countries in the past three years. His exotic and fun experiences will be talked in his new book which is going to be published soon.

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Sale of Organic Foods Soars in China Despite High Price

Sale of Organic Foods Soars in China Despite High Price

We cannot deny that China is one of the most criticized countries for the malpractices that manufacturing companies are doing. China is one of the most popular exporters of toxic toys made of plastics and fake or knock-off designer bags and apparels. It is also the same country that supplies numerous baby products made of […]

By April 23, 2014 Read More →
Fighting Cancer the Green Way

Fighting Cancer the Green Way

Apparently, cancer is becoming a common disease these days despite the spread of methods and ways to live a healthy life naturally. While cancer is a curable disease, it is not undeniable that it is still one of the most dreaded diseases in the world. It is a degenerative disease that takes away loved ones […]

By April 20, 2014 Read More →
Greenify your Wardrobe

Greenify your Wardrobe

Let’s first define what a green wardrobe is. Basically, it’s not just about the hue, but it’s about the content of the wardrobe. A green or eco-friendly wardrobe is one that contains enough clothing or recycled fabric pieces or apparels bought from eco-friendly shops and designers. A green wardrobe is one that is made out […]

By April 17, 2014 Read More →
The Best Manufacturers of Green Toys

The Best Manufacturers of Green Toys

Parents will want to keep their children at bay from diseases as much as possible. While giving them organic foods and vitamins and supplements are two proven ways to boost their health, giving them green toys is another way to make sure that they’re not at risk from the toxic chemicals, specifically lead, BPA, and […]

By April 15, 2014 Read More →
How to Have Eco-friendly Play Sets for Kids

How to Have Eco-friendly Play Sets for Kids

Children from any age need toys to help them develop socially, mentally, and physically. Toys can also aid in their emotional progress as well as communication skills. Because some parents deem toys as an irrelevant material that bore kids in the future, they give just about any toy to their children, specifically the cheap options. […]

By April 12, 2014 Read More →
Are You Raising a Thrifty and Eco-friendly Child

Are You Raising a Thrifty and Eco-friendly Child

One of the many values that we can teach our children is the art of saving. Saving does not only mean setting aside enough money for future use. Saving also means being eco-friendly and green. For example, buying LED light bulbs is a good tip to save energy than buying cheap incandescent light bulbs. Why? […]

By April 9, 2014 Read More →
Alarming Sugar Levels in Low Fat Foods

Alarming Sugar Levels in Low Fat Foods

Before the trend on organic foods, organic gardening, and even organic clothing create a stir in the market, we were already introduced to low fat foods, which is dubbed to be the better alternative to fatty foods. Fatty foods have always been touted as the culprit to almost all generative diseases you could ever imagine. […]

By April 6, 2014 Read More →
Beneficial Uses of Fruit and Vegetable Peels

Beneficial Uses of Fruit and Vegetable Peels

Undoubtedly, fruit and vegetable peels comprise the highest percentage of wastes in most kitchen garbage bins. This is not something to be shocked about, especially if the members in the household cook their food at home. However, it can be shocking at times that people are not yet knowledgeable on the proper means of recycling […]

By April 4, 2014 Read More →