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10 buenas razones de porque comprar org√°nico

Thursday, April 3, 2014 12:34

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1. La comida org√°nica tiene mejor sabor

Es com√ļn que en suelos bien equilibrados crezcan plantas m√°s fuertes y saludables que adem√°s tienen mejor sabor. Recientes investigaciones indican que los alimentos org√°nicos tambi√©n contienen mayor cantidad de nutrientes. Se obtienen alimentos deliciosos y nutritivos al comprar productos org√°nicos y certificados.

2. Los productos orgánicos certificados tienen garantía

Desde 1996, todos los productos y alimentos con etiquetado org√°nico deben estar de acuerdo con la ley de org√°nicos. La certificaci√≥n es la garant√≠a p√ļblica que los productos fueron producidos y manufacturados de acuerdo a procedimientos estrictos libres de qu√≠micos t√≥xicos.Todos los productores y manufactureros son requeridos para mantener planes de gesti√≥n org√°nica.

3. La producción orgánica reduce riesgos de salud

Los qu√≠micos son directamente relacionados al c√°ncer y otras enfermedades. Los ni√Īos, productores y trabajadores son particularmente vulnerables. La evaluaci√≥n del riesgo se basa en el consumo adulto, asumiendo la exposici√≥n a solo un pesticida a la vez. Esto no tiene en consideraci√≥n en nuestro ambiente moderno. Reducir el n√ļmero de exposiciones a los qu√≠micos t√≥xicos deber√≠a ser el objetivo de todos.

4. Productores org√°nicos generan suelo

El suelo es la base de la cadena alimenticia y el foco principal de la producci√≥n org√°nica. Creando un suelo saludable, las plantas tienen mayores posibilidades de resistir a enfermedades e insectos. Cada peque√Īa parte de suelo vivo contiene miles de microorganismos los cuales ayudan a retener agua y proveer de nutrientes a las plantas. Los productores org√°nicos fomentan la fertilidad del suelo a trav√©s de labranza adecuada y rotaci√≥n de cultivos.

5. Los productores org√°nicos respetan nuestros recursos de agua

La eliminación de los químicos contaminantes y el drenaje de nitrógeno, emparentados con los esfuerzos de generación de suelos, protege y conserva los recursos de agua desde la contaminación de nitrógeno y la carga de sedimentos. La agricultura orgánica requiere menos agua porque el humus en un suelo vivo retiene humedad.

6. Los productores orgánicos encabezan una investigación innovadora

Los productores orgánicos han sido los pioneros, con innovaciones en investigación para reducir y minimizar el impacto de los pesticidas en la agricultura. Las técnicas de producción mejores conocidas de la agricultura orgánica incluyen el utilización de insectos benéficos, rotación de cultivos  y lo controle  botánico de pestes, por ejemplo.

7. La producción orgánica ayuda a conservar las comunidades rurales saludables

Muchos productores orgánicos son independientes y operan como familias de agricultores Рuna raza casi extinta en muchos países. La producción orgánica, a menudo realizada en menores superficies más intensivamente, es una de las poca tácticas de supervivencia dejadas por la familias agrícola y la comunidad rural.

 8. Los productores orgánicos se esfuerzan por preservar la diversidad

Directamente unos a√Īos atr√°s, la biodiversidad no era un tema tan com√ļn como lo es hoy. Una buena noticia es que muchos productores org√°nicos y agricultores han sido conscientes de los problemas por d√©cadas, juntando y preservando simientes, y diseminando variedades inusuales.

9. Los productores orgánicos trabajan en armonía con la naturaleza

La agricultura orgánica representa el equilibrio exigido de un ecosistema saludable, por ejemplo,  aves e insectos benéficos controlan pestes.Cuando compras producción orgánica, estás ayudando a los agricultores a crear un ambiente saludable para la vida silvestre.

10. Abundancia org√°nica y diversidad de alimentos

En la d√©cada pasada, estuvimos observando novedades interesantes en producci√≥n org√°nica de alimentos, frutas, vegetales, semillas y granos, entre m√°s. Comprar org√°nico hoy asegura m√°s opciones para ma√Īana.

Fonte : Living and Raw Foods

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En Buenos Aires hay opciones de tiendas naturales:

Alma Zen: Perón 812 y Malabia 484

Artesano: Mansilla 2740

Clara Aurora: Ecuador 1171

Dame tu mano: Quesada 5094

El Galpón РCentro comunal de abastecimiento: Av. Federico Lacroze 4181

El Rincón Orgánico: Guruchaga 1001

La Casa de Ohsawa: Ciudad de la Paz 415

La Esquina de las flores: Gurruchaga 1630

Lotos: Av.Córdoba 1577

Mario Levenson: Tucum√°n 3622

Misra: Thames 1515

Natural Deli Gorostiaga 1776 y Laprida 1672

Agenda

Para ese mes de abril, Buenos Aires tendr√° en los d√≠as 12 y 13 lo evento Buenos Aires Market ‚Äď Feria de Alimentos Saludables .

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Healthy Food Places in Buenos Aires, First Findings of Turkish Eyes

Friday, March 21, 2014 10:27

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Through Argentine Barbecue Restaurants all around the world, we all know that Argentinean cuisine loves meat and they have really good ones! But this might not end up very well  for no meet lovers.

Since my childhood I did not enjoyed and mostly refused to eat any kind of meat for emotional reasons, which ended by understanding “if you do not compensate with other foods it is just a romantic action” by having considerable blood iron problems! Although right now I m trying to eat meat as much as I can, my heart and stomach are still on the veggies and fruits side; and as a life style since almost always I believed in healthy eating and healthy habits. For this reason in every city I ve visited or lived, I like to discover healthy eating places which are mostly vegetarian and/organic food restaurants.

Considering that this weekend we will have the first organic market of autumn at the city, I thought it might be useful to mention my first healthy eating findings in Buenos Aires.

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Buenos Aires Market(BAM) is an organic supplies open market, opened since 2012. It  takes place in different spots around the city the  last weekend of every month. This March, Parque Rivadavia, in  Caballito neighborhood will host the BAM, with 70 producers and more than 600 products. In the city you can find also many organic products shops, but this open market is offering a huge variety on products with affordable prices. Apart from an open organic shopping, you might also have the  chance to enjoy an organic breakfast, lunch or a brunch,  all made with organic ingredients.  You can even take a cooking class! The market will be open from 9 Am until 7PM. Is strongly recommended to save a couple of hours on your weekend agenda. http://www.buenosairesmarket.com/bam-en-parque-rivadavia-este-fin-de-semana-40-imperdibles/

But if BAM takes place only once a month, then where are the other places I am enjoying healthy food? Here they come! Just bear in mind that they are my first findings!

I want to start with the ones that have chains in Argentina, in order to give you more options.

Green Eat is one of them. What I can say is other than the good food they have, they all have a very cool atmosphere. Their organic and healthy cooked food and drink options show variety that allow you to satisfy your gut at any meal of the day. In this cool and delicious atmosphere you can buy some (but not many) organic products and you can even get a nice plant as a present for your own or for some one else. For the closest one: http://www.greeneat.com.ar/

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Another healthy food chain is Tea Connection. Although they are not using 100% organic ingredients, their menu has many delicious and healthy cooked dishes and very good drinks including tea fusions(hello! the name?!) and fresh fruit juices. Apart from their stable menu, they also have every day changing lunch menus with good prices. For women who are planning to have a Ladies Night Out, I recommend to check their web-site or facebook page in order to be able to enjoy their 15% discount at their  Ladies Night .  http://www.teaconnection.com.ar/

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Natural Delhi (Mercado) is also an organic food restaurant with chains in several neighbourhoods. As they refer themselves, it is more a “mercado(store)” than a restaurant. Still they have a short but good quality(and tasty) food menu. What I enjoy more in Natural Delhi is the organic market, which has some products that are not easy to find in BsAs supermarkets. Regarding food, I definitely recommend their morning croissants (not medialuna!). ¬†http://www.natural-deli.com/index.php?seccion_generica_id=448

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Now let s look at the no-chain ones.The first organic food restaurant at the city is Bio,  a vegan/vegetarian restaurant which has been working since 2002. On 2012 they moved  to an old and beautiful  colonial house with high roof , where they are serving vegan, vegetarian and gluten free dishes for their customers. Inside of the restaurant there is also an impressive organic products market, which includes their own products. Moreover, you can also join one of their cooking classes  if you are interested. I love cooking(can even claim that I m a very good cook!), and honestly by the influence of new raw food diets, their raw food cooking classes are in my to do list! http://www.biorestaurant.com.ar/restaurant/acerca/

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As I mentioned in my previous posts, the Spanish Language School(Expanish)¬†I m attending is in down town. For this reason Picnic Vegan Restaurant has an important role in my life as it s located at the beginning of Florida street and the 15% discount I have through Expanish(https://www.expanish.com)! You will face their “more delicious, more healthy, more natural” philosophy starting from their windows and all around inside. Despite the nice environment and staff they have, I still prefer to take my delicious food away from the hectic air of Florida. If your job/school/to-do is in down town and if you prefer healthier food, for sure you should stop by at Picnic ¬†and try one of their Tabouli salad at least!¬†https://www.facebook.com/picnicbuenosaires429360 343746239000845 2095411402 n 300x199 Healthy Food Places in Buenos Aires, First Findings of Turkish Eyes

These were my first findings through my several visits and 2 months (+continuing) experience in Buenos Aires. I hope you ll be interested and have chance to enjoy them as I did/do. Cheers!

The Sound of Yet More Music in Buenos Aires.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010 7:41

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Although the world-renowned electronica festival Creamfields came and went last weekend, there’s still plenty of cutting edge music to be had during the spring month of November in Buenos Aires.  Kicking off on November 18th in Luna Park with Smashing Pumpkins and continuing on the 19th and 20th in Costanera Sur, Hot Festival boasts an impressive line-up of artists with styles ranging from alternative rock to synthpop to electronica.

Although the headliners (below) don‚Äôt hit the stage each day until about 7 at night, you might want to arrive early to get a good spot to see the bands.¬† The venue is located at the Ex Ciudad Deportiva de Boca Juniors which is directly south of the Ecological Reserve in Puerto Madero.¬† To get there, simply take the same route you would to arrive to the entrance of the Eco Reserve (located right off of Padre M L. Migone and Av. Rodriguez) and go south down Av. Espa√Īa (the entrance to the festival is located on this street).

As is recommended at all music festivals and concerts, be aware of your surroundings and try to take it easy on the alcoholic beverages.  Although there will be a ton of people enjoying the music, there’s always those undesirable types who try to take advantage of people who are having a good time and throwing caution to the wind.  Make sure your valuables (camera, wallet, etc.) are close to you at all times and NEVER accept a drink from a stranger.  When the concert ends, be aware that the area where this concert is held isn’t the safest of places so make sure that you travel with a group of friends on your way back.

Key Details about the Festival

Line-up

November 18th

Smashing Pumpkins

November 19th

Scissor Sisters

Mika

Phoenix

Hot Chip

Girl Talk

November 20th

Massive Attack

Thievery Corporation

Stereophonics

Catupecu Machu

Benjamin Biolay

Cobra Starship

November 22nd

Pavement

Tickets

Prices range from AR$250 (Campo) to AR$350 (Super Pullman) and can be purchased on the internet (www.ticketportal.com.ar), by telephone ((011) 5353-0606) or at ticketbooths:

Ticketportal

Palermo – Vidt 2084
Monday to Saturday from 10 to 14 and from 15 to 18hs.
Purchases can only be made with Credit Card

Johnsons
Microcentro – Florida 313
Monday to Saturday from 10 to 14 and from 15 to 19hs.

Extra cost per ticket of AR$3

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How to Wake up for your 9am Spanish Classes in Buenos Aires

Friday, January 22, 2010 11:23

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As much as you may love studying Spanish in Buenos Aires, getting up between 7:30am-8:30am to get to your Spanish classes at Expanish that start 9am can, well, be utterly painful! I mean, for a culture that begins to think about eating dinner at 9pm (early!), has drinks at a bar at 12am, and heads to a nightclub at 3am-4am, and yes, this includes weekdays, what were they thinking starting the weekdays at 9am? 

Well, if you want to be a real Porte√Īo/a you are going to have to get used to this schedule and no matter how sleepy eyed you are, you must force yourself out of that comfy cozy bed and get yourself down to your Spanish classes!

Let’s see if we can give you all a few tips to help you beat those sleepy blues while still learning Spanish and taking advantage of those late nights out!

Get a nice alarm.

Do not wake-up to one of those screeching, shouting, beeping alarms that make you feel like you are in the middle of WWW2 for the first 5 seconds until you get your wits about you.

Make time for yourself

Even if you have stayed up late, it is better to wake up a little earlier and enjoy the morning then wake up in the exact moment if have to get out of the door. You may think that extra half hour or 15 minutes helps you, but believe me, your body doesn’t know the difference and your mind will certainly be at more peace if you wake up normally, take a shower, have a coffee, and then head to school than if you wake up, get angry when you can’t find your socks, fall down the stairs, and go smelly and untidy to school.

Mind over matter

If you are only going to sleep 5 hours tonight, don‚Äôt stress about it! If you keep thinking, ‚Äėoh god, i‚Äôm going to be so tired tomorrow, i am going to feel so awful, blah blah blah‚ÄĚ, you will feel exactly those ways. 5 hours or even 4 hours is more than enough sleep to make it successfully through the next day without any complaining. You can make up your sleep the following night.

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Eye Care: Visit Labortario Optico Lens in Buenos Aires

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 13:03

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Living in a foreign country can sometimes make even the most routine tasks seem challenging…

For many people, a routine visit to an optometrist, optician, or optical shop is anywhere from a monthly to a yearly task, whether you need to renew your prescription, buy contact lenses, or refill your contact solution. If you are studying Spanish in Buenos Aires and are in need of eye care, there is an optical shop with three central locations in the city that offer a myriad of services and products, and most importantly, great and efficient customer service to both locals and foreigners of Argentina.

Labortario Optico Lens

Opening their first optical shop in 1939, this family run business has been operating successfully for the past 70 years, offering clients friendly and customized service in three distinct and central locations in the city of Buenos Aires. Located in downtown, Belgrano, and Pompeya, Labortario Optico Lens is consistent in each of its locations, offering top quality products (everything from Dior to Rusty to Ona Saez), services, and client care.

Labortario Optico Lens Products & Services

  • Sun glasses ‚Äď international and local brands
  • Eye glasses ‚Äď international and local brands
  • Contact lens ‚Äď contact lens solution
  • Sunglass accessories
  • Prescriptions for contact lenses and eye glasses
  • Medical insurance (discounts)

And much more…

If you have medical insurance from abroad, make sure to keep your receipts so that you can send them in and have your prescriptions (or any other eye care that is valid for insurance) covered. If you have insurance here in Argentina, make sure to bring your medical card so that you can receive a discount.

Locations:

Centro

Avenida Callao 784 (corner of Cordoba)

Belgrano

O’Higgins 1799 (corner of La Pampa)

Pompeya

Avenida Saenz 1145 (corner of Roca)

Check out their website at the links above or here: http://www.labolens.com.ar

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Going to the Gym in Buenos Aires

Friday, August 21, 2009 8:10

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Are you ready to put some exercise into your routine in Buenos Aires?

Do you want to wake up in the morning with more energy?

Looking to clear your head after a day of Spanish classes in Buenos Aires?

Exercising has always been one of the best ways to get your body and mind in shape and there is not better time to start then the present!¬† Buenos Aires is home to many gyms as porte√Īos love to look and feel good and spend a couple of hours after their work day working out at a local gym.

Depending on your flavour of gym, there are many to choose from, but if you are looking for a gym that ‚Äėhas it all‚Äô, here are 2 that make the list.

2 Major Gyms in Buenos Aires

Megalton
This gym is the largest chain in the city and each Megalton has everything you could want in a gym; exercise machines, swimming pool, squash/tennis courts, yoga, pilates, boxing, group and private classes, professional trainers, and much more. If you are looking for the ‚ÄėCadillac‚Äô of gyms, this is it.

Location:
More than 15 locations in Buenos Aires
Website: http://www.megatlon.com/index.php

Sport Club

A direct competitor of Meglaton, Sport Club is very similar, offers the same gym services as above, has various locations throughout the city, and is one of the top gyms to attend in Buenos Aires. Make sure you ask about their plans and if there are any related promotions.

Location: More than 13 locations in Buenos Aires
Website: http://www.sportclub.com.ar/index.php

Going to the gym in Buenos Aires is a great way to create a routine while you are studying Spanish, release some energy, and meet new people in your gym classes. Plus, once you start speaking with people at the gym, it might be the best Spanish practice in Buenos Aires you will find!

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Buenos Aires: A Complete Guide About Going to The Doctor

Monday, July 20, 2009 13:43

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If you are studying Spanish abroad in Buenos Aires and need to go to the doctor, the idea alone can seem confusing, scary, and just plain impossible. However, fear not, despite many doctors speaking English, the process of going to the doctor in Buenos Aires is totally painless.

If you need to go to the doctor in Buenos Aires, you should go to a private hospital. First of, like many other countries, walk-in clinics or small medical clinics are uncommon, most go to a regular hospital.  In a foreigner’s case, a private hospital is recommendable and will be covered by your international health insurance. Once you arrive at the private hospital, take a number and a seat, and if you prefer, request an English speaking doctor if it makes you feel more comfortable.

If you need to go to a specialist, you can ask one of our Expanish staff members for a contact number. You will have to make an appointment but you will often find an open spot within a week. Many clinics reside in old apartment buildings and therefore old apartments. Do not be put off by this, once you are inside it is another world!

Remember: Your insurance will cover any medical visits in a hospital. Check beforehand for specialists as it may not fall under regular coverage. More importantly, you must pay for the visit and afterwards send the receipts to your insurance provider in order to receive a refund.

Here is some vocabulary you may need when going to a doctor in Buenos Aires:

Cita/Turno: Appointment

Obra Social: Health Plan

Medico: Doctor

Credencial: Medical Insurance Card

Dinero: What they will want you to pay with!a

Ask Our Staff for Guidance Here!

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Staying Safe in Big Beautiful Buenos Aires!

Wednesday, July 8, 2009 6:35

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Studying Spanish in Buenos Aires?

If so, are you wondering how you can have the most successful stay abroad in this beautiful city?

Buenos Aires and the surrounding areas have a population of about 13 million people making this city just what it is; diverse, hectic, and constantly running at high speed. Despite being one of the safest capital city‚Äôs in South America, Buenos Aires, like any big city, has its share of crime, petty theft, and more, and it is best to know how to ‚Äėmanage‚Äô yourself well when living abroad here.

1.    Always be aware of your surroundings.  When you are out in the city, make sure that you are aware of what is happening around you and take care of your belongings; someone that looks like they are not paying attention are often targets of petty theft.

2.¬†¬†¬† Avoid wearing high priced and ‚Äėflashy‚Äô jewellery. You can still wear jewellery but it is best leave anything very expensive at home unless for a special occasion.

3.    Use the ATM’s in the day. They are open at night, but let’s be honest, this is a safe move no matter where you live.

4.    Do not walk alone late at night. Keep in a group, or better yet, take a taxi. There are many streets that will be full of people, even in the late hours, but locals here do not walk along so you should not either.

5.¬†¬†¬† Take registered taxis as often as possible. It is best to get a ‚Äėradio‚Äô taxi phone number and call it whenever you need a taxi. These taxis are registered and more secure than just hailing a taxi from the street.

If you use your common sense, it is almost a guarantee that you will leave Argentina with only the best memories!

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Exercising in Buenos Aires; Where to go in the big city!

Tuesday, June 9, 2009 9:53

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If you are studying Spanish in Buenos Aires and looking to get some exercise into your schedule you may have a tough time finding somewhere to exercise, other than a gym, in the city.Rather than jogging down the car filled streets, head to one of Buenos Aires beautiful parks and jog among tree-lined paths and in the fresh air.

Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Woods)

This big, beautiful, and popular park, located in Palermo, is perfect to jog, rollerblade, or bike ride along its long grassy paths. The park also features a small lake that offers rowboats for hire.

Jardin Botanico Carlos Thays

Another park in Palermo, this park has winding paths under a roof of beautiful old trees. There are many different paths to take and wide range of flora, making this place perfect for a quiet jog.

Parque Centenario

Located in Caballito, this new park to Buenos Aires is safe, clean, and one of the few that does not permit dogs on the premises, and the residents of Caballito exercise, relax, and play sports here.There is a small lake in the middle that makes for a nice stretch or rest spot.

Reserva Ecologia Costanera Sur

Near to Puerto Madero, this ecological reserve covers a large amount of green space, is home to hundreds of birds, and is outfitted with great walking and jogging trails. There are a few access points in Puerto Madero and once you get to know the area, there are numerous different trails you can take every time you jog.

Exercising outside is a great way to relax after your Spanish Classes in Buenos Aires!

Looking for jogging buddies? Ask other students to participate in group jogs during the week.

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Swine flu in Argentina: is it safe to study Spanish in Buenos Aires?

Monday, May 11, 2009 19:26

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I have no doubt that anyone reading this will have heard of the swine flu that is now making headlines in 25 countries across the globe, said to have originated in Mexico. The swine flu is an infection that usually affects only pigs, and not humans (in fact only about 50 human cases have been recorded since the mid-20th century) and is not dangerous in pig meat unless the meat has not been properly cooked.

So what is going on, you ask? And am I safe to study Spanish in Buenos Aires? The outbreak that we are seeing this year is the product of a new strain of the flu and although there is no known origin of this strain, it has been declared a strain that passes from human to human, with ease. Again, no one is sure where this flu originated from but sources are pointing to Mexico where the first cases and largest amount of cases have been found.

There is no real threat in Argentina; there have only been a few ‚Äėflu‚Äô reported cases and only one actual case from a man who had just flown from Mexico into Argentina, however, after a few days was released from hospital in good health.

Argentina, with any regular precautions, should be perfectly safe to travel in without worrying about the swine flu. For extra precaution you can take a flu vaccination or wear a mask during international flights; if you are traveling in and out of other countries make sure to check their health reports.

If at any moment you have more than 2 or 3 of the following symptoms, head to a local private clinic in Argentina and get yourself check out! Symptoms are: chills, fever, sore throat, muscle pains, severe headache, coughing, weakness, and general discomfort.

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