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Buy Organic When It Counts: Top 5 Foods Worth Buying Organic

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Let’s be honest, buying organic can get expensive at times.  There’s nothing like walking into Whole Foods with healthy intentions and the first thing you see is a tiny bag of organic onions on sale for $10.  That’s enough to make anyone turn around and say “I’ll risk it.”

Don’t walk out of the store just yet.  Just make sure that when you shop organic, you’re spending your money on the right things so you’ll get the most out of your organic purchases.  We know the process of deciding what to buy and what not to buy organic can be tricky.  There’s a lot of healthy fruits and vegetables out there that have a very unhealthy amount of pesticide residue on them.  In order to help you shop smarter and avoid pesticide laden produce, we’ve brought you a list of the top 5 foods you should definitely buy organic.

 

 

 

Number 5 – Apples

We may need to put an asterisk next to the saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”  Yes, unfortunately apples made the list, the top five in fact. No worries though, organic apples are typically priced well and shouldn’t cost too much more than the non-organic options.  If you catch them on sale, all the better, that’s just more organic apple pie for everyone.

 

 

 

 

 

Number 4 – Nectarines

Nectarines -Just a fancy word for little peaches.  This one snuck into the top five but don’t let it sneak into your shopping basket without being organic.  The higher up the list we go, the higher the levels of pesticides.

 

 

 

 

 

Number 3 – Kale

This one is a heart breaker but yes kale is on the list.  Beloved by many as a healthy addition to salads and a staple of almost any type of health conscious smoothie, kale has positioned itself in the number 3 spot.  

With the growing popularity of kale, it shouldn’t be too difficult to find it organic.  From our research, the price of organic kale is fairly comparable to non-organic kale.

 

 

 

 

 

Number 2 – Spinach

Throughout history, many kids have turned their noses up at this little green vegetable.  Maybe if the spinach were organic, it would have been a different story. Or maybe not.  Either way if you decide to buy some spinach for yourself or your family, definitely try to find it organic.

 

 

 

 

How to Make an All-Natural Kitchen Disinfectant | GreenThreeLife

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When it comes to killing germs in the home, no one wants to skimp on the quality of their disinfectant.  This is  understandable, but it often leads to the purchase of the familiar chemical based cleaners that are sold in stores.

 

If people knew just how easy it is to make powerful, and natural homemade disinfectants at home, they would most likely give it a try and leave those chemical based cleaners in the store where they belong.  

 

If you are looking for an easy, affordable, and of course, natural disinfectant for your home, then look no further. In just a few steps, you will mix your very own, all natural kitchen disinfectant.  All you need is a few natural ingredients, a spray bottle, and you’ll be ready to clean. Let’s get started!