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Quick run down on Nourishing Traditions type of diet.

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Yes yes yes to this. A large part of why we eat organic is due to the commercial food industry & it's link to declining health

Yes yes yes to this. A large part of why we eat organic is due to the commercial food industry & it's link to declining health

GMO and NON-GMO SNACK CHART #green #sustainability (GMO's seem to have some negative health implications...better to be safe than sorry 'til we learn more)

How Genetically-Modified Foods Affect Our Health

GMO and NON-GMO SNACK CHART #green #sustainability (GMO's seem to have some negative health implications...better to be safe than sorry 'til we learn more)

Michael Pollan's retro food rules.... my great grandmother is still alive so number one doesn't really count in my case haha

Michael Pollan's retro food rules.... my great grandmother is still alive so number one doesn't really count in my case haha

Organic vs. Conventional... I don't eat all organic but I have definitely been increasing the amount of organic food I buy over non organic. It makes a difference!

TLS® Whey Protein Shakes

Organic vs. Conventional... I don't eat all organic but I have definitely been increasing the amount of organic food I buy over non organic. It makes a difference!

The Benefits of Chia (of course, if you know me, I would say definitely use honey and NOT agave if you want to make the drink suggested here.  I just grind mine up and put in my smoothie every day)

The Benefits of Chia (of course, if you know me, I would say definitely use honey and NOT agave if you want to make the drink suggested here. I just grind mine up and put in my smoothie every day)

Your Dirty Dozen cheat sheet to buying organic. via @DailyBurn

The Dirty Dozen: What to Buy Organic [INFOGRAPHIC]

A list of some food brands you can trust.  Big Food brands like General Mills, Kellog, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, M&M, etc. are buying up small organic brands who don't have our health in their best interest. For example, General Mills now owns Cascadian Farms, Muir Glen & LaraBar. Kellog owns Morning Star, Kashi & Bear Naked. Pepsi owns Naked Juice.   The best way to go is to grow your own, or shop local! Try your farmer's market, hit up a local CSA or Co op.

A list of some food brands you can trust. Big Food brands like General Mills, Kellog, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, M&M, etc. are buying up small organic brands who don't have our health in their best interest. For example, General Mills now owns Cascadian Farms, Muir Glen & LaraBar. Kellog owns Morning Star, Kashi & Bear Naked. Pepsi owns Naked Juice. The best way to go is to grow your own, or shop local! Try your farmer's market, hit up a local CSA or Co op.

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