Friday, January 22, 2010

Thrifty yet healthy tip

There are quite a few solid reasons to buy organic food. One of the fundamental reasons is that organic food doesn’t contain toxins like pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation (see to Do you want that stuff to be inside of the "precious" you? No way! But of course it can get a bit pricey to consume only organic food. As a caring parent and CFO of my family I do try to get the best deals around for good and healthy things. So I would like to share this simple guide that I have always been carrying around in my purse. It tells you which produce to buy organic and which conventionally-grown fruits and veggies are ok to buy when you shop on a budget or organic variations is not available. It is very easy to follow and after a few months you will have it imprinted in your brain. I have printed copies for all of the adults in my family and laminated them. If you don't feel like running to Kinkos to use their laminating services, just try using packaging clear tape and run few strips on top and on the bottom of the cut out guide. Feel safe to download this guide from here:

P.S. if you have missed our previous healthy tips you can find them here:
Clean Truth about Antibacterial Soap
10 Foods that are healthier than you think
Healthy Nails Tips
Healthy Hair Tips
When to buy Organic and when it's ok not to
Benefits of Green Tea
Beauty Sleep
Fish Oil or Omega 3 & 6
How to add years to your life

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