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Announcing PurelyNaked, a new e'Zine and website

Madison, WI - Jan 15, 2008 - UniMinds Media Partners, publishers of Organic Producer and RawBuilt, today announced PurelyNaked, a new e'Zine and website targeted and focusing on the needs of the natural and organic health and beauty consumer and professional.

PurelyNaked brings the organic producer in direct contact with the organic and natural consumer. The wealth of editorial information regarding natural health and beauty product information is unsurpassed. Over the course of 4 years, they have assembled an ongoing panel of organic producers, who in turn have partnered with natural health and beauty experts. PurelyNaked prides themselves on bringing you cutting edge information, tips, and expert advice with every article and review they publish. This is all made possible by their unique relationships with the worlds leading Organic Certifiers.

PurelyNaked will also serve as an online store for organic producers and distributors of natural and organic beauty and health products, who sell their products to a larger, year-round online customer base.

Editorial Content:

Exclusive Audio Interview - Rachelle Carson Begley
Exclusive interview with "Living With Ed" star Rachelle Carson Begley.
by Kelli McDonough

Ask Dr. Patricia / IBS - Reflection of an "Irritable" Earth
Irritable Bowel Syndrome as a Reflection of an "Irritable" Earth
by Patricia Margaitis PhD

5 Basics for Natural Cleaning
There are five basics that I use for nontoxic cleaning: baking soda, vinegar, a good soap or detergent, washing soda, (sodium carbonate), and tea tree (a tree, Melaleuca alternifolia, native to eastern Australia) from whose leaves and branches tea tree oil is obtained.

A double standard for personal care products?
Unfortunately, when seeking to purchase "organic" personal care products, the buyer needs to be wary. A vast array of body care products labeled "organic" (more than 5 million entries in a Google search) differ little from run-of-the-mill drugstore commodities.
by James Hahn & Diana Kaye

Behind the label; processed foods serve up questionable additives.
Even at the green grocery store, you will find harmful food additives. These are substances added to foods by manufacturers to prevent spoilage or to enhance appearance, taste, texture, or nutritive value.
by Melissa Knopper

Plus many more!

Visit PurelyNaked Here!


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