Organic & Eco-Friendly Food
We are all part of the environment so supporting organic agriculture doesn’t just benefit you, it helps the whole world. For the vast majority of human history, agriculture has been organic. Only now has a large supply of new synthetic chemicals and genetic modification been introduced to the food supply. If this conventional methods are a concern to you then consuming organic and eco-friendly food should be a priority. Organic foods are now regularly found in grocery stores. Unfortunately your scope of options are still limited. Here at Living Organic we have collected some great sources of organic and eco-friendly food for you. Find a great deal on the available items from the Organic & Eco-Friendly Food categories listed below.
Despite being a single celled algae, organic chlorella is one of the most nutrient dense, 100% natural supplements containing protein, vitamin a (as beta carotene), vitamin C, B vitamins, iron, chlorophyll, and chlorella growth factor.Effective Detoxification: Chlorophyll helps to cleanse the body of unwanted heavy metals Nutrient Dense: High concentration of chlorophyll, proteins, carotenoids, minerals, essential fatty acids, B and C vitaminsPowerful digestive enzymes strengthen our digestion system Powerful immunity boosting antioxidants: One serving is equal to 62% of your daily requirement of vitamin A (beta carotene) and 130% of vitamin CProtein dense: Higher concentration and more easily digested than animal derived proteins
Drawing on findings from leading health researchers as well as conversations with both chemical and organic farmers from coast to coast, Maria Rodale irrefutably outlines the unacceptably high cost of chemical farming on our health and our environment. She traces the genesis of chemical farming and the rise of the immense companies that profit from it, bringing to light the government's role in allowing such practices to flourish. She further explains that modern organic farming would not only help reverse climate change by reducing harmful carbon emissions and soil depletion, but would also improve the quality of the food we eat, reduce diseases from asthma to cancer, and ensure a better quality of life in farming communities nationwide. For every parent wondering how best to safeguard the health and safety of her children; for every environmentalist in search of a solution to the worsening crisis that afflicts our land, air, and waters; for every shopper who questions whether it is worth it to pay more for organic, Maria Rodale offers straightforward answers and a single, definitive course of action: We must demand organic now.
Lotus Foods brings you Millet & Brown Rice Ramen, traditional Japanese-style noodles made from our specialty rice instead of wheat! In addition to being gluten free, millet and brown rice are some of the most nutritious and easily digestible grains.Our Millet & Brown Rice Ramen has a delicious nutty taste and is a good source of fiber and protein. Ready to eat in just 4 minutes! Add to soup or miso for a quick bowl of flavorful and nourishing noodles any time. For a complete meal, use Ramen in your favorite stir-fry, or enjoy a cold noodle salad with a simple tamari and sesame oil dressing. Great for home consumption or at restaurants and cafes.
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Organic foods are becoming more and more popular today and with large food chain markets carrying more organic food products, the question of VALUE must be asked. Organic foods are more expensive. However, not everyone is convinced organically grown foods are worth the extra expense. In this short ebook we will answer why Organic foods are more expensive? Which common fruits and vegetables have the highest and lowest amount of residual pesticides? Which fruits and vegetables are acceptable as non-organic? Does 100% organic and organic mean the same? Does the word "Natural" on a food label mean what you think it means? Do you know what you're buying? The answers to the above questions and much more are explored through the lens of a skeptical husband and knowledgeable wife, as the husband attempts to buy non-organic products and tries to pass them off as organic.