Did you know today’s peach bears little resemblance to one harvested in 4,000 B.C.? Engineered evolution makes me wonder: Are our peaches really “natural?”
There are a lot of misconceptions about organic food, and I think a big one is that it’s incredibly expensive. In my experience, buying organic really doesn’t cost that much more than buying conventional foods. What is really expensive is organic convenience foods. That stuff will break the bank!
So, how can we eat organic food without going way over budget?
Urban gardens are a great way to grow local and organic food; however, recent research highlights that some urban gardens may be contaminated with lead.
Would you like to know the direct benefit of buying organic versus conventional? Do you ever wonder what the cumulative impact of purchasing organic versus conventional products is over the [ … ]
The popularity of organic foods in the last few years has been as well documented as it was explosive. As the growth and popularity of organic and natural foods increased, [ … ]
Confused by all the information regarding natural eating? You’re not alone! When you are out at the Farmer’s Market, get to know your farmer. Ask pointed questions, find out if [ … ]