Lots of links to follow in this newsletter. Last newsletter I talked about the timing of doing a cleanse. I suggested that, even though now is not the best time, being mindful of your pesticide burden, through fruits, and vegetables, is always wise.
To keep my pesticide load down by 95%, according to EWG, I get fruits and vegetables from Farm Fresh to You. They have three farms in California. They have a splendid variety of the freshest and safest produce I have been able to find.
This month they are offering a $15 discount on your first order plus entry into a giveaway for $150 of healthy goodies if you use this code: LIND8138 when you order. If you live in California enter your ZIP Code on their website to see if they deliver to your area. I get the every two week mixed fruit and vegetable box and customize it to my liking. They also sell grocery items to save trips to the market. Now back to EWG. They sent me an email with lots of links to keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy in our toxic laden world. Below are links, you need to sign up with your email get the free Pdfs. Not only fruits and vegetables come laced with dangerous chemicals. Your household cleaners, skin care products, sunscreens, etc. are products of an industry driven to make profits and not take care of your best health.
EWG's 2022 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce™ 1. Strawberries 2. Spinach 3. Kale, collard & mustard greens 4. Nectarines 5. Apples 6. Grapes 7. Bell & hot Peppers 8. Cherries 9. Peaches 10. Pears 11. Celery 12. Tomatoes NOTE: A small amount of sweet corn, papaya and summer squash sold in the United States is produced from genetically modified seeds. Buy organic varieties of these crops if you want to avoid genetically modified produce. Get the Full List Free Copy of EWG Safter Cosmetic Products Free Copy of EWG Greener Cleaning Free Copy How to Avoid PFAs Chemicals I encourage you to check them out. Every little bit helps you, your loved ones, and our planet. Blessings on your way! Dr. Linda
FUN FACT. In October 1995, NASA and the University of Wisconsin-Madison collaborated to help grow the first vegetable to be grown in space: potatoes.
Dr. Linda Berry Healing Arts Chiropractic Nutrition Trauma Healing Please note: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical care. Always consult with your healthcare provider for advice before you begin taking new supplements. You are responsible for all of the health choices you make.