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Is Organic Worth The Extra Money? Images Tell the Story Best

by Brad
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Very often people ask us if paying the extra money for organic produce is worth it. We do our best to explain the benefits, but of course we know that images, pictures, and stories are more powerful than mere data, so we try to use those as much as possible.

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Killer rhubarb

by Brad
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So I just read today that rhubarb leaves have toxic levels of oxalic acid. What are some of the symptoms of oxalic acid poisoning? Well…

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GMO in the United States: Sugar Beets

by Kelli
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Find out about the genetically-modified (GMO) battle over sugar beets in the United States, how it compares to GMO struggles in Australia, who’s running the show and how it’s being run.

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You either pay the farmer or the doctor

by Brad
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Switching to a plant-based diet, and organic as much as possible, has actually saved us quite a bit of money. How? Well, you either pay the farmer or you pay the doctor, and doctors cost more!

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7 Foods that Should Never Cross Your Lips

by Brad
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Food scientists are shedding light on items loaded with toxins and chemicals—and simple swaps for a cleaner diet and supersized health.

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Beneficial bugs

by Brad
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After all your hard work – planting, weeding, watering and caring for your garden – the last thing you want to see is an infestation of harmful pests wreaking havoc. But before you reach for the pesticide, consider the side affects.

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Food from a farm, not a factory.

by Brad
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So the journey continues. No industrialized food for me. I want it real. I want my food from a farm, not a factory.

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