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Issue #69 -- School Lunch Update
September 11, 2008

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School Lunch Update - Issue #69

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1) School Lunch Update
2) The Price of Organic vs Non-organic Food
3) Healthy Products and Services



School Lunch Update
How Good is Your Child's School Lunch Program?

Note: Even if you don't have kids in school, if you eat processed foods, this is a MUST read!

Many schools are becoming more conscious about serving healthier foods and are taking steps to improve the quality of food offered to students for lunches and snacks.

There are two questions to ask here:
1. If your child's school has taken the steps, have they gone far enough?
2. If they haven't, why not?

Here's a story about a second grade experiment that will give you reason to eat healthier, unprocessed foods and ask your school to offer healthier choices to your children.

Why Schools Should Remove Gene-Altered Foods from Their Cafeterias


The Price of Organic vs Non-organic Food

No matter where you shop for your groceries, you may have noticed that prices are on the rise. You might be surprised to find out that conventionally grown foods may soon become more expensive than organic.

According to a recent article in the Daily Telegraph, the rising cost of oil is a big factor in the increased food prices. And oil plays a much more major role in conventional farming methods than organic. For that reason, you may just find organic food priced lower than conventionally produced food. How fortunate that would be!

To get the freshest and healthiest produce, shop your local farmer's market. Many local farmers avoid pesticides, even if they are not producing organic food. However, there are some who grow organic produce according to the organic standards, but due to the high cost of becoming certified organic, they do not get certified and therefore cannot call their produce organic.

Talk to the farmers and find out how they farm. You may not only get healthier food than in the conventional grocery stores, but it will also be fresher.

To remind yourself about the importance of fresh healthy foods without the pesticide load, see Food Matters

If the above link doesn't work, copy and paste http://www.foodmatters.tv/cmd.php?af=788917 into the address line on your browser.



Healthy Products and Services

Food Matters is a documentary film informing you on the best choices you can make for you and your family's health. Helping you save time, money and effort. In this day and age with so many companies interested in profiting from your misfortune and ill health this film will help keep your money in your pocket and your health in your hands. Join the World's Leading Authorities on Nutrition and Natural Healing as they uncover the true cause of disease. Find out what really works, what doesn’t and what’s killing you. Click here to watch the trailer and learn more

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Custom Nutrition You are unique, and so are your body's nutritional requirements. Custom nutrition supports your body's unique nutritional needs. If you're buying vitamin supplements off the shelf in the grocery store, a health food store, or even a top quality nutritional program that's all natural, derived from whole foods and is the best the industry has to offer, you may NOT be getting what your body needs. There's no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach to nutritional supplements. Find out how you can get not only your supplements customized to your body's specific needs, but also the specific foods that will give your body the precise nourishment it needs.

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The 2007 Edition of FOOD ADDITIVES: A Shopper's Guide To What's Safe & What's Not lists over 1000 food additives classified according to safety, whether they may cause allergic reactions and if they are GRAS Generally Recognized As Safe) by the FDA. New to this edition is information on how to identify genetically modified produce in the grocery store. It's a handy pocket-sized book that you can carry with you when you shop to help you read food labels and make sure the food you're buying has only healthy ingredients. It will help you choose healthy foods when you shop and keep harmful chemicals out of the food you feed your family.

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HEALTHY EATING: For Extremely Busy People Who Don't Have Time For It tells you what's healthy and what's not in a clear, concise and easy-to-use format. It gives you a system so easy to use that you can't help but succeed at eating healthfully. In less than 15 minutes, you will know how to choose healthy food and be on the right track to eating healthfully.

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Healthy Eating Coaching
If you would like personal, one-on-one help to get yourself eating healthfully, I offer healthy eating coaching/nutritional consulting services by telephone. The first session is free. You just have to pay for the call.

To schedule your no charge evaluation, send me an e-mail with NO CHARGE EVALUATION in the subject line. Tell me what your concerns are, what times you are available, and what time zone you're in. I will send you an e-mail with your appointment date and time, and the phone number for you to call.




Written by Christine H. Farlow, D.C.
Your Personal Online Healthy Eating Coach
(c) copyright 2008 HealthyEatingAdvisor.com
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