Tips for Transitioning to a Green Lifestyle

Posted by Jody Herbert on 8/9/2016 to Live and Organic Foods
Tips for Transitioning to a Green Lifestyle
Green plants are growing in peoples’ hearts everywhere, and for good reasons, too. Adding living foods into your life, which are bountiful sources of enzymes, fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, chlorophyll, and phytonutrients can provide numerous short and long-term health benefits.

A green lifestyle is more than a “diet.” It’s a philosophy, a complete lifestyle, and the means to total health and vitality. Raw and living foods give you the energy needed for the overall maintenance of your body, including your organs, muscles, nerves, brain and metabolic functions.

Rejuvenate Your Body, Mind, and Spirit with Sun-Infused Foods

Posted by Jody Herbert on 7/27/2016 to Live and Organic Foods
Rejuvenate Your Body, Mind, and Spirit with Sun-Infused Foods

Food labels are ablaze, appealing to health-conscious shoppers everywhere. “Heart-healthy,” “sugar-free,” “whole grain,” “GMO-free”, and countless other labels are riddled across pre-packaged, processed foods. But what about all the other mysterious ingredients found in these products? The ones you’ve never heard of, let alone are able to pronounce.

How living foods can dramatically improve your quality of life

Posted by Jody on 4/21/2016 to Live and Organic Foods
What if it turned out that no matter how many fruits and veggies you stuff into that nice cooked meal, it’ll never pack the nutritional punch of raw, living foods?

The "organic" craze: is eating organic really that important?

Posted by Jody on 4/6/2016 to Live and Organic Foods
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You may have seen reports that organic and non-organic foods are more alike than scientists and holistic experts say. Is there really a difference between organic and non-organic foods?
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