In the spirit of sharing a “recipe” as others have done, I offer these simple steps for reducing your exposure to toxins in food, whether they were added during processing, packaging, or from environmental contamination.
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When it comes to organic foods, we often tend to hear most about the benefits they may provide to our personal health. But it is important to understand other reasons why it is important to support organic agriculture – reasons that go beyond our plates.
So rather than becoming a large, centralized farm, we’re recruiting small family farms to join us as suppliers. We now have more than 35 family farms producing eggs for us in seven Northeastern states. They’re all good, hard-working people who are committed to family farming.
The Just Label It campaign has filed a petition with the FDA, asking them to require labeling of Genetically Engineered foods. I enthusiastically encourage you to click through to their website, learn more, and add your name to the petition.
For the sake of this particular discussion, let’s assume you’re not asking whether or not you should drink milk at all, just that you are a generally healthy adult who likes to drink milk, and you’re wondering about which particular type of cow’s milk is the best way to go.
Today I’m sharing with you the most helpful tips I know of to ensure a successful month of unprocessed eating without breaking the bank… and a recipe for Fusillia Pasta with Chard & Bacon.
As a self-proclaimed healthy foodie, I believe we can — and should — look for both “health food” and “delicious food,” and then focus on the intersection of the two. With her new book, I believe Carrie’s done just that.
The Environmental Working Group ranks 49 fruits and vegetables according to pesticide content (retained in the food itself, not necessarily how much is actually used in production).