Archive | June, 2011

How can we remain healthy

26 Jun

Many of us look at Dr. Oz’s show and wish we could be like him. He is slim and appears to be in perfect health. He tells us to do the right things and we believe he takes great care of himself.  But doctors are people too and they admit to making lousy patients. Dr. Oz’s colon cancer scare must have been for scary for all of us who watch him. Because we ask ourselves what do you have to do to be healthy and to keep  deadly diseases at bay.  The truth is there is only so much one can do.  The truth is sometimes our fears bring on some of the illnesses we fear. We create what we focus on. If we focus on ill-health and avoiding illness we are putting our focus on the wrong thing. We have to focus on health and things that create health, refocus our thoughts to thinking about healthy and positively healthy scenarious. We come from a field of well-being. Read the article

When to buy organics

3 Jun

When should I buy organic?
These foods are referred to as “the dirty dozen” — they’re the fruits and vegetables most likely to have residue from pesticides, and they’re ranked in order from most to least toxic. This is where buying organic has the most benefit.

  • Peaches
  • Apples
  • Bell pepper
  • Celery
  • Nectarines
  • Strawberries
  • Cherries
  • Kale
  • Lettuce
  • Grapes
  • Carrot
  • Pears

When is it okay to save money and buy conventional produce?
These fifteen foods are the cleanest in the produce aisle — they’re the ones least likely to have harmful pesticide residues on them when you buy them. Get them organic and/or local when you can, but here’s where you can feel okay with saving money by going with conventionally-grown produce.


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