It is clear that there are lots of benefits to growing your own veggies. You can eat more healthily, because you have fresh produce every day that you know exactly what it has been fed on and treated with, and you have usually got some extra stuff left over after feeding your family that you can share with friends.
Grass Fed Beef: What’s The Big Deal?
There are many benefits to grass fed beef. The health benefits of grass fed beef include omega-3 fatty acids, which play a crucial role in our bodies. People who eat grass fed beef are less likely to have irregular heartbeats and high blood pressure. They are 50 percent less likely to have a heart attack, too.
A Few Reasons Why People Around The World Are Switching To Organic Food
One of the biggest reasons why people around the world are switching to organic food is because it is more nutritious. Organically grown food is rich in fiber, minerals and vitamins. So, switching to organic food makes your body more resistant to various diseases, mainly because it has a much higher level of essential nutrients needed by your body to fend off against infections.
Roundup Ready Plants are Deadly, Not Friendly
Crops with Roundup Ready plants can be sprayed with Roundup Herbicide and not kill Genetically Modified plants. Sounds too good to a farmer that struggles with weeds. The problem is what really happens. Roundup, the herbicide, has apparently been linked to birth defects and reportedly banned from use in provincial areas in Argentina where GM soy is grown.
Going Green is the Shit!
Okay… not “shit”… but I meant “cool!” Going green and eating green foods is definitely cool. But it doesn’t have to be hard to eat food that is free of chemicals and poisons. Being green has come to mean many things, but for most, it stands for reducing your footprint upon the earth, therefore eating green means to make sure the food on your table didn’t travel too far to get to you.
Today just feels like the day that I needed to share this with you. This is autism — according to my experience and research. My beautiful son is recovering wonderfully from this disorder, and I am happy to share how we did it with anyone who needs help.
Quinoa: The Golden Supercrop
If you’re concerned about your protein intake, and you want a tasty alternative to your stock carbohydrates like pasta and rice, it’s about time you added quinoa (pronounced keen-wa, from the Quechua language) to your protein nutrition. This pseudo-cereal is related to the beet and the tumbleweed, and packs a powerful nutritional punch in one small package.
Local Food = Better Health, for You and the Environment
To me, there are two sides of “healthy eating.” One side is about making sure that you’re getting the proper nutrients – vitamins, minerals, protein, calcium, iron, and all the rest. But the other side has to do with the idea of environmental health: when we eat healthy, we’re not only concerned with our own health, but that of the world around us.
Review: WildBar Raw Cacao Bar
Cacao is, by far, one of the most powerful plants known to man. It has more antioxidants than just about anything else. And it’s a heart food, packed with magnesium and natural chemicals to brighten your mood and build your love within.
What is the World Saying about Genetically Modified Food — Safe or Deadly, You Decide
Some people are absolutely and vehemently against the production/consumption of GMO’s and others seem to wholeheartedly support them. But at the end of the day, most people have no idea what “Genetically Modified” means, having no impact on their buying habits at all.
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