Keep You and Your Family Safe From GMO’s

For the sake of your health, please read the following article about the hazards of GMO products from Leanne Ely at her website: http://savingdinner.com/articles/love-good-holy-gmo/

Stop! Genetically modified organism(s) - GMO. ...

Please, for the love of all that’s good and holy, say no to GMO

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Do You Know What’s in Your Food?

GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISM

The GMO situation is heating up but not enough consumers are paying attention. See article on what one mom is doing to help bring about safe food:
http://www.naturalnews.com/036427_GMO_boycott_activists.html

Be sure to bookmark this list of companies with safe seeds:
http://www.hawkeshealth.net/community/showthread.php?t=9375&highlight=heirloom+seeds
It is a Safe Seed Resource List for GM-free seeds.

To your good health and that of your family,

Lee Jackson

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Apple Recipes by the Hundreds

Various apples

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Whether you have a bushel or a peck or only a pound, you will find over a hundred ways to use apples in this apple cookbook, From the Apple Orchard – Recipes for Apple Lovers. Others have said: “Good to the Core“. The Mountain Airy News. “I purchased this book while in Georgia as a Thank You gift for a neighbor who took care of our plants while we were away. I should have purchased two, as it was hard for me to give it away after have read it, almost cover to cover. Where can I buy another?”  E.C., California.

You can get your autographed copy now when you order at http://www.ImagesUnlimitedPub.com.

Lee Jackson,CFCS
Author of From the Apple Orchard – Recipes for Apple Lovers
Apples, Apples Everywhere – Favorite Recipes From America’s Orchards

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Food Safety – A Growing Concern

White Eggs in Carton

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The recent food recall for contaminated eggs points out again the fact we need to be more vigilant about our food supply.

Are our food products, especially animal products, grown under the best conditions conducive to our health and the health of the animals?

We may need to be willing to pay more for free range, antibiotic-free, hormone-free, vaccine-free animals for our food supply. “Pay more and eat less” may need to be our mantra.

Food safety gained a step forward this week, though, when a Federal Judge in California ordered the halt of using genetically modified sugar beet seeds from Monsanto (NYSE:MON) for planting. I understand that now farmers are concerned there will not be enough seed available in the non-genetically modified variety to plant all the acres that would be planted into sugar beets.

This is in itself troubling. Not enough non-genetically modified varieties? Are we reliant on one major company for much of the seed needed?  This is indeed scary.

Your comments, please.

Lee Jackson, CFCS
Home and Family Living
Concerned about the health of our country
http://www.imagesunlimitedpub.com

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