By Meghan De Jong
To answer the question in short … YES, we should!
Well, maybe not panic, but it is very important that we focus on consuming foods that are grown organically. “Organic” seems to be a popular buzzword these days and it can be confusing to know whether the investment in such foods is justifiable when compared to foods that are conventionally grown.
However, investing in organics is no doubt worth it for our health and the health of the planet. Plainly put, our government and health care system has completely failed to protect and educate the public on the dangers of modern food production. Read More
By Jennifer Thomas
Open any health food recipe book, and you’ll find a section on one of these. Smoothies and juices are popular ways of boosting the nutrients in your diet, but which is better for health? We’ve laid out the pros and cons of each, so you can decide. Read More
By Meghan Trompetter
It is no doubt going organic is over being a fad or a trend, it is simply a way of life. The benefits are incomparable and endless. We are on the cusp of a societal transformation towards greater holistic living and the foundation of living in tune with our body starts with food. Read More
By Nicolette Richer
When my brother was 15, he decided to leave the Sunshine Coast to move in with me, his dear old sister. “The food freak” he liked to call me. It’s true, I get turned on by teaching people how to reverse and heal chronic diseases and cancer using whole plant-based foods as medicine. Read More
I do get my freak on when I see the healing powers of the human body.
My little brother’s biggest concern with moving in with us is ...