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According to Pollan, majority of what people eat today is not real food; it's "edible food-like substances" that have no counterpart in nature. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/01/30/eat-real-food.aspx

According to Pollan, majority of what people eat today is not real food; it's "edible food-like substances" that have no counterpart in nature. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/01/30/eat-real-food.aspx

Non-GMO (genetically modified) exclusively at Whole Foods - click through for more info & download a non-GMO shopping guide. Vermont is first state to pass a labelling bill requiring that foods list GMO ingredients and were recently sued by Monsanto & the Grocery Mfg. Assoc. There are fund raising sites to help Vermont fight back.

Non-GMO (genetically modified) exclusively at Whole Foods - click through for more info & download a non-GMO shopping guide. Vermont is first state to pass a labelling bill requiring that foods list GMO ingredients and were recently sued by Monsanto & the Grocery Mfg. Assoc. There are fund raising sites to help Vermont fight back.

Got milk? There’s no need! With these surprising sources of calcium, anyone can enough calcium without heading to the dairy farm. http://greatist.com/health/18-surprising-dairy-free-sources-calcium

18 Surprising Dairy-Free Sources of Calcium

Got milk? There’s no need! With these surprising sources of calcium, anyone can enough calcium without heading to the dairy farm. http://greatist.com/health/18-surprising-dairy-free-sources-calcium

Health Concerns About Dairy - "Clinical research shows that dairy products have little or no benefit for bones...It is possible to decrease the risk of osteoporosis by reducing sodium intake in the diet, increasing intake of fruits and vegetables, and ensuring adequate calcium intake from plant foods such as kale, broccoli, and other leafy green vegetables and beans."

Health Concerns About Dairy - "Clinical research shows that dairy products have little or no benefit for bones...It is possible to decrease the risk of osteoporosis by reducing sodium intake in the diet, increasing intake of fruits and vegetables, and ensuring adequate calcium intake from plant foods such as kale, broccoli, and other leafy green vegetables and beans."

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