Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Beyond Organic

A guess post from Happy Healthful Mama:

BEYOND ORGANIC

I do my best to provide healthy organic food for my family as frugally as possible.

I was recently made aware of what might turn out to be nothing, or what may be a great business opportunity, which is to be involved with Josh Rubin's (author of The Maker's Diet and creator of Garden of Life brand supplements and foods) new undertaking: Beyond Organic

We currently use his Garden of Life supplements, which are raw and mostly organic, and we've been extremely pleased with them.  (I've never read his book, so I can't comment on that).  He states the following as the goals of his company:

"We want to make a difference in your life by empowering you to:
  • Change Your Diet… by consuming the world’s healthiest, sustainably produced foods and beverages.
  • Change Your Life… by getting educated on the foods & beverages that you consume daily and creating a residual income to help you achieve your goals and dreams.
  • Change Your World… by educating others about Beyond Organic and by partnering with domestic and international organizations around the world to provide food, shelter, and clothing to widows, orphans and those in need."

If he can really do this, it would be wonderful.  It would be especially great for those who live in rural areas where it's difficult to find organic products without driving a long way, or for those for whom organics are cost prohibitive.

I know it really stretches our budget every month to put pesticide-free and herbicide-free foods on our table.  I'm hoping that Beyond Organic will help us to bring home good, low-priced organic food.  If the quality of the food from Beyond Organic matches that of their Garden of Life supplements, I'm sure it'll be great.

If you want to sign up (with absolutely no obligation and no cost) to find out more about their products, either for your own personal use or to sell to others, you can find the link here

In good health!

22 comments:

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    I'm lucky to live in California where we have plenty of affordable organic food. In the summers, I live for Sundays at the farmers markets. The best tomatoes and avocados (local and organic) around. So fortunate!

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  2. Organic food is so important. It scares me even more to think about children consuming all these chemicals! An apple seems like a good snack, but covered in pesticides it really is not! Thank you for entering my necklace giveaway. ~Val

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  4. Great post! I love reading about healthy living.

    Thank you for visiting my blog. Come back soon. :)

    xo,
    Shannon
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  5. I am truly eating healthier than ever before. Thank you for the great reminders!

    Xoxo
    Karena

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  6. Eating healthily is very important! Lovely post.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  7. We strive everyday to eat better in our household. Thanks for sharing this information.
    Smiles, Paula

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  10. I try also to eat organic, and you are right... it is not cheap. Lucky for me I am not a big eater.

    This summer I grew my own organic garden which helped a lot.

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  11. I too believe in the power of good wholesome food. I will check out the vitamins.

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  12. You are right, eating organic can be more expensive, but we try and do it too!

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  13. Great post!
    Thanks for stopping by :)

    xoxox,
    CC

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  14. wonderful idea good luck!

    Jessica
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  15. this sounds interesting! i do try to buy organic. usually from Sprouts. never thought about some little pills.

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  16. Awesome tips!
    Love eating organic!

    xoxox,
    CC

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