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Hannah Helsabeck
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Hannah Helsabeck is President and Co-Founder of Wild Mint, an online shop dedicated to helping families find toxin-free and eco-friendly products for healthier lifestyles. She is passionate about educating others on the benefits of healthy living and the importance of takings small steps towards eliminating exposure to toxins in people’s daily lives. She also enjoys finding new ways to be eco-conscious and is often found in the kitchen cooking up simple meals with real, whole foods. Hannah is the oldest of six kids, has amazing parents as role models in business as well as life, and currently lives in South Florida with her incredibly supportive husband.

To learn more about living a more toxin-free lifestyle and find healthy recipes, visit the LEARN section of her website.

Entries by Hannah Helsabeck

5 Healthy Smoothie Recipes for Overripe Bananas

(0) Comments | Posted April 27, 2015 | 4:07 PM

Timing is everything when it comes to enjoying fresh fruit. From soft, grainy apples to skinless, soggy pears, there's nothing less appealing to me than a terrible taste and texture in my mouth--and I know I'm not alone. This is particularly true when it comes to bruised, overly spotted, and...

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5 Instagram Accounts That Inspire a Healthy Mind, Body and Soul

(0) Comments | Posted April 10, 2015 | 9:29 AM

300 million. That's the staggering number of monthly active Instagram users as of April 2015, according to the social media giant. As someone who loves finding inspiration in the form of visual images and videos, Instagram is my go-to for when I need new recipe ideas, fitness tips,...

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Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy This Easter

(0) Comments | Posted March 24, 2015 | 11:05 AM

While delicious foods, festive cocktails, and spirited reunions are great, I sometimes feel like the Easter holiday is a double-edged sword. I know many of you can agree with me in that sometimes it can be a challenge to take part in the all the fun without overindulging and ending...

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Floor to Walls: How to Reduce Exposure to Household Toxins

(2) Comments | Posted March 9, 2015 | 4:01 PM

The major news television program 60 Minutes devoted a chunk of its broadcast earlier this month to talk about a toxic chemical and known human carcinogen used in the glue to make laminate flooring -- formaldehyde. The program specifically reported on the company Lumber Liquidators and...

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Why I Chose to Avoid Non-Stick Cookware

(0) Comments | Posted February 18, 2015 | 9:48 AM

Just like the foods that I eat, when it comes to cookware, I like to know exactly what's going into my body. After years of my cookware's non-stick coating flaking off into my food, I decided to take a deeper look at what was going on. What I learned had...

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Show Some Love by Having a Waste-Free Valentine's Day

(0) Comments | Posted February 5, 2015 | 9:27 AM

Valentine's Day is fast approaching and although I think this day can sometimes be overhyped, it's still a nice excuse to plan something special for all the loved ones in your life! Whether it be family, friends, a partner, or co-worker, coming up with a creative Valentine can be a...

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5 Homemade Soups to Keep You Warm Through Winter

(0) Comments | Posted January 27, 2015 | 3:29 PM

Winter, winter go away. With winter storms far from over, millions of people will be bracing for the effects of freezing conditions during the next several weeks. I don't know about you, but when I'm cooped up in the house, too chicken to brave the icy air, I like to...

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Consume Less of This One Thing for Your 2015 Resolution

(5) Comments | Posted December 22, 2014 | 3:16 PM

I used to always have mixed feelings about New Year's resolutions. While I didn't like the thought of "procrastinating" until the start of a new calendar year to make big (or small) promises of change to myself, I did often find myself waiting until January 1st to reflect on ways...

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Top 5 Ways to Ensure Safe, Natural Toys for Kids

(0) Comments | Posted November 19, 2014 | 10:10 PM

It never seems too early to start making your holiday gift lists (even if just in your head) because the holidays tend to creep up on us faster than we realize. Although I enjoy tackling my growing list and finding thoughtful gifts for loved ones, it can become a little...

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9 Easy Recipes for Leftover Chicken

(0) Comments | Posted October 21, 2014 | 3:40 PM

One thing I love about roasting a whole chicken is always having leftover meat! Leftover cooked chicken saves you time when preparing weeknight meals, is a great addition to many tasty leftover dishes, and can easily be made into a variety of chicken salads for weekday lunches. Below you can...

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10 Amazing Benefits of Drinking More Water

(1) Comments | Posted September 10, 2014 | 6:52 PM


Up until about three years ago, my beverages of choice included Diet Coke, coffee, juices, but rarely a glass of water. The only time I resorted to what I considered a "bland" drink was at the gym, because I needed it to stay...

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Reusable, Waste Free Lunches: How to Save Your Money, Your Health, and the Environment

(0) Comments | Posted August 6, 2014 | 3:55 PM

As the busy and rushed school schedule becomes routine, time seems to become a distant memory many parents long for, especially when it comes to packing a healthy lunch for kids. With this fleeting luxury of time, we often begin to rely on "fast and convenient" foods and lunch gear...

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"No-Can-Ber" ~ Take the Challenge to Avoid Canned Foods This November

(1) Comments | Posted October 23, 2013 | 11:01 AM

When many people think of November, they envision Thanksgiving and the array of canned goods used to quickly whip up their favorite holiday meals. But often overlooked are the potential toxins that could be lurking in those cans, contaminating the food, and negatively affecting people's health. For the second year...

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5 Things About Owning a Start-Up They Don't Teach in Business School

(1) Comments | Posted September 12, 2013 | 1:21 PM

In college, I did everything I thought would prepare me for owning my own business. I majored in Business Administration and minored in Entrepreneurship, both suitable options for reaching my goal. But when starting my company at the ripe age of 24, I soon realized the reality was far from...

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