Milk, eggs, bread, fruit. Typical items on everyone's shopping list. But how do you know which is the most healthy for you, your family and the environment?
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Filling a kitchen with healthy food can be a challenge. To get the answer to a nagging question I enlisted four 20-something men, notoriously unhealthy eaters and bumbling in the kitchen, in a experiment. My cooking.
The organic food market has blown up in the past decade, with more and more people turning to healthy eating. However, eating organic comes at a hefty cost to the wallet and sometimes may not make as much of a difference as manufacturers would have you believe. While going organic is always good, it may not always be economically feasible. With that in mind, here are some foods that you can skip going organic as well as some you shouldn't.
Something everyone must be a consumer of is food, so make an informed choice about where you purchase your food. Farmers markets are an excellent choice because of their smaller impact on the environment.
Few things can compare with the feeling of walking out on a warm summer night and picking fruit from trees you've grown and nurtured in your own backyard. While many people dream of having fresh fruit at their fingertips, most don't realize how simple it is to set up a mini-orchard. Regardless of if you have a giant field or a mattress-sized plot of lawn, there are a variety of options for people who want to grow their own fruit.
Great on-line sources for finding local healthy food.