Reading Food Labels is Important To Your Health

The National Organic Program administers the O...

The National Organic Program administers the Organic Seal to products that meet the requirements. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If your gramma couldn’t pronounce it, well, you might not want to eat it. With over 80,000 largely untested, man-made chemicals in use today, whole, organic food is still known as one of gramma’s best medicines. Non-organic factory foods, routinely made with chemicals known to increase shelf life and sales, damage our health and make good nutrition difficult for the average shopper. After decades of processed factory foods and man-made chemicals, alarming levels of long lasting, toxic synthetics such as pesticides, fertilizers, antibiotics and hormones are found in our bodies and the biosphere, promoting America‘s health crisis. The effects are self-evident. Join us to hear why reading labels is a simple, positive action we can take to help reduce the pollution that’s affecting our personal health and that of the planet.  Get The Full Story & Resources

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