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Organic Buying Club

The Organic Buying Club is really growing.  There is a real need & interest in Ada Ok for Organic produce & meat.  Once you realize what is added to our food and how it is grown, you can never go back to your uninformed ways.  We tried, but I couldn't bring myself to buy chicken that was shot full of hormones, inhumanely grown, and sent to the slaughter house even though the chicken was sick.  Besides, organic meat tastes better. A good documentary to watch is Food Inc; it's one thing to read about it and another thing to watch it.  We strive for a balance in our diet.  Remember the food pyramid groups?  They were established so we would have a guideline to eat the right amount of each group so our bodies will stay healthy.  Maybe that's why so many people are sick today; they don't have a balanced diet.  Do some research and see if you agree with me.

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Becki Klauss on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 12:06 PM
I agree with you Libby. Another great food documentary is Foodmatters, as well as The Beautiful Truth. I highly recommend them to everyone. In addition, the food pyramid has recently changed, now making fruits and vegetables as the bottom foundation of all of our meals, instead of grains. Food is medicine!
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Libby on Wednesday, March 30, 2011 9:00 AM
Thanks for the info Becki. I'm going to watch Foodmatters & Beautiful Truth. I've been getting alot of info from my customers & I appreciate it. You're right; they've changed the food pyramid and there are different recommendations for different age groups.
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Brad on Saturday, June 11, 2011 1:55 AM
Read anything by Joel Salatin and Gene Logsdon, also... if they can't motivate you to grow your own food - or at least buy it from local producers - healthy, sustainable, and organically, well, you're probably not really interested in your health. I hope to come see you tomorrow morning, Libby!
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Andrew Romney on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 1:44 AM
Thanks Libby for this post. I just inspired reading through and planning to start researching about various delicious food items. Keep up.
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