Monday, June 22, 2009

Egg on my face review and giveaway.


Over the years my family has attempted to go organic. It has by no means been an easy (or inexpensive) task. It's funny, but when my son was a baby/toddler we lived across the street from my mom and dad. My mom was quite ill at the time and she followed a macrobiotic diet, so my son not only ate organically, but he was macrobiotic as well.

Over the years we've slid into and out of an organic lifestyle. As the chief shopper of the family, it wasn't easy trying to manage a budget, find stores that offer healthier options and read labels that sometimes look like the a graduate biology textbook.

Whether we were adhering to an organic diet or not, one of the items that I've ALWAYS purchased was Horizon Organic Milk. I remember Ben screaming when he was about four years old, that he had to have his milk with "the cow jumping over the world." When the dangers of added growth hormones made it's way to the front page of every newspaper, we committed to only using Horizon.

For other products, such as fruits and veggies - I prefer buying locally. So, I'd go to the farm stand or greenmarket on the weekends to shop. I used to have a farmer that I'd buy fresh eggs from, but he no longer comes to the market. I was chatting with a representative from Horizon via e-mail and she told me that Horizon now offers eggs. She sent me a coupon to try them and I have to say, they're as close to the flavor of farm fresh eggs as I've tasted from a store. Impressed? YES! Of course, I should have figured that they'd be good, as we've always found that Horizon Organics products are the highest quality.

So, what makes an organic product different from your regular supermarket product?

  • No antibiotics
  • No added growth hormones
  • No dangerous pesticides
  • No genetically modified organisms
  • No artificial flavors, synthetic colors or preservatives
  • No hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils

In my book it's a "No" brainer - not only will we be eating healthier, but we'll be eating eggs that are TASTIER.

If you'd like to try Horizon Organic Eggs - Horizon Organics has sent me an extra coupon for a FREE dozen eggs to give away to one of Champagne Living's readers.

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* Please make sure you leave your email address when adding a comment or I will not be able to contact you if you win.
* This giveaway is open to US residents, 18 and over and ends on July 5, 2009.
* The winner will be randomly chosen and contacted via email.
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189 comments:

Vicky said...

I've been trying to tell my family and friends about additives, hormones, antibiotics, GMO's, and Ethical Food for a few years now. I think it's a hard concept for many in a fast food nation and budgetwise. My local farmers are not organic so that is another obstacle. Organic milk is something I always get too. Thanks for the contest!
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The Happy Runner said...

Great giveaway! I try eat mostly local, organic foods and I also try to model good health habits for my son. That means exercising regularly (running) and eating whole foods.

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I am trying to avoid all processed foods, and I am taking advantage of the local farmers markets.

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Cherry Blossoms said...

We shop at our local farmers market so we buy the freshest food available. We also planted our own little garden where we get our lettuce and herbs!

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Dolphin Girl said...

I am trying to not buy so much pre packaged food.

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Tracy M said...

I try to buy organic when it is not too expensive

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Tracy said...

I am a huge fan of Horizon milk and yogurt, but have yet to try these eggs. Organic can be expensive, but I try hard to shop organically for my family as much as I can. One tip I have for healthy shopping on a budget is signing up for a Mambo Sprouts coupon booklet. It is free booklet that comes out a few times a year and is full of really good deals on organic products. Other than that, I find that Costco has more and more organic options these days. I go there to stock up on organic options such as pasta sauce or frozen meals (Amys!) at a very discounted price. Hope that helps!

Love your blog.

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Tracy said...

I also subscribe!

Beth said...

Farmers Market rules. We eat only eggs that are free of all junk. Taste better anyhow. We eat all products except I don't eat red meat that we can get from the farmer's markets.

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deedleweedle said...

I'm trying to get everybody to eat a lot more fruit and veggies.

mrs.mommyy said...

cutting down alot of lower fat items- subbing turkey for beef in burgers

Shelly said...

Trying to buy less processed food and cook more at home

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Jess said...

We are eating much more fruit.
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Amber said...

We shop a lot at Whole Foods now and incorporate more lean proteins in our diet!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Theresa said...

I've been buying organic a lot more often.

AudreyO said...

I always have fruits and veggies in the house to help them make a healthier choice.

Desiree W said...

We planted a garden and have tried to cut out unhealthy snacks.

juau4 said...

We try our best to buy organic. It's easier with the farmers markets.

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Anonymous said...

We're eating less meat/more legumes and exercising more.

~Kristy
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Angela said...

For the first time this year, we are eating organic produce.

Angela said...

Follow you on twitter as moonfever0.

Janna @ Feed Your Pig said...

We bought EA active for the Wii and love it!

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Becky said...

I have been using ground turkey instead of ground beef when I cook. Noone's complained yet!

Becky said...

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Becky said...

I am subscribed via RSS feed.

Lo said...

We've been buying fruits and veggies from the farmer's market, and our CSA. email -- familyo at earthlink dot net

Lo said...

I follow on Twitter (I'm @prizealert)

Carolyn G said...

Right now we are eating better by having more salads and veggies instead of fatty foods. We are also exercising more.

lsfish said...

I buy whole grain pasta and bread

Meredith said...

We are eating a lot more organic fresh fruits and vegs.

Amber said...

We bike together as a family once a week!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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marthajane said...

With a new farmer's market practically AT my work, it's easy to run over once a week on my lunch hour. Local, organic and TASTY stuff right at my door makes it easy to eat healthy this summer.

ProjectHope7 said...

thanks so much Zippy for this giveaway! I love Horizon also, especially their cheeses and would love to try their eggs. I have tried various organic eggs and even the family and friends that think I am foolish spending $2.00 more a carton for eggs, after tasting, repent! In so many ways, organic fresh eggs are worth every penny we spend! I cannot go back to regular... especially knowing all the hormones and pesticides we are exposed to by purchasing non organic, non free range.
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Peter D said...

I bake soda bread - it's better with my afternoon coffee break than sugary snacks. Thanks for the giveaway!

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ProjectHope7 said...

I follow you on twitter!

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Robyn said...

We are growing our own veggies and herbs this summer which means we can grow them without any chemicals and know exactly where they come from.

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Anonymous said...

Trying to grow some of our own food, organic of course, and buy organic.

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Dan

Sunnyvale said...

We're keeping our fruit bowl and vegetable crisper full

mogrill said...

We have been leaning toward a lot more organic!! Thanks for the chance.
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clc408 said...

I buy almost no processed foods. I also buy organic when possible.

makaio.matt said...

I buy organic food options, when it's available--Matt
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Pat said...

We buy organic fruits and vegetables at the farmer's market as well as have our own organic garden.
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Tanyetta said...

We shop at the farmer's market and cutting back on the junk food in our home.

Anonymous said...

We excercise 3 times a week and replaced soda with water.

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riley said...

Like you said, it's difficult to be all organic &/or natural. But some of the things I always buy organic are eggs, milk, grapes, apples, peaches. We also no longer eat canned tuna & use wild sustainable salmon instead.

suburban prep said...

I am trying to not feed the little ones in my life and me and husband so much filler or junk food. It has to be food that has some protein to it.
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CandiceC said...

We decided to cut out all soda. It's been hard but we are drinking more water now.

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5webs said...

I have never given any of my three kids anything but water to drink (once they were off the bottle) because I don't think that we should drink juice or milk (we get our vitamin D from other sources). We eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, lean meats, and unprocessed grains, and we try not to eat past 7:00 PM.
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Meaghan F. said...

Well, I'm already a vegetarian. I try to get my family to eat more organic food even though its more expensive usually. I actually cant eat store brand eggs, they make me sick, but I'd love to try these and I'll share them with my family!

Taylor said...

I try to cut trans fats out of their diet.
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Cynthya said...

We are growing our own organic vegetables and increasing the whole grains in our diet.

Anonymous said...

I expect this comment to be removed, but I have to say it - Horizon is the WORST "organic" food company, and the fact thta they can claim to be organic says more about the lack of oversight from the fed govt than anything this company is doing right. They have horrible practices and treat their cows miserably. They have been sued for misleading claims and have a dismal track record that includes over 7000 cows stuffed into one feedlot. A claim of "organic" eggs doesn't mean chickens running free in pastures. It's just one scant step above feedlot, industrial practices that Horizon is famous for. I will continue to buy my eggs, milk and cheeses at the farmers' market, or patronize REAL organic farms. Sorry.

Steph said...

I'm trying to buy as little processed foods as possible by making everything I can from scratch.

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nms147 said...

no more chemical cleaners for us.

ktgonyea said...

My 6/24/09 entry :)

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clc408 said...

I buy local produce when available and organic when possible.

Melody said...

We are shopping at Whole Foods Market when we can. I love the variety there.

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Linda said...

I'm buying more fruits and vegetables.

Renee G said...

We have a huge organic garden --- and we're trying to eat more fruits and vegetables.

Renee
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Taylor said...

Trying to alleviate foods high in cholesterol!
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Pat said...

Buying locally.
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clc408 said...

I cook with only good fats and use organic when possible.

Smooshy said...

we mostly eat organic!

veggiecutlet said...

I don't feed my family beef or pork and, while I can't exclusively buy organic products I do always buy organic, free reange eggs as the "regular" kind are sickly pale and just not good. When I do cook meat I try only to use organic chicken or turkey (Our Publix supermarkets have a wonderful selection at a pretty good price). Eggs are the perfect food.. protien, Vitamin E, choline.. excellent for the growing mind!

Taylor said...

Encourage them to increase their fiber intake.
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Pat said...

We're trying to eat more fruit and vegetables.
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ktgonyea said...

Count me in for today - 6/26 :)

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littlepurpleroom said...

We filter all our drinking water from our well in a Big Berkey.
We have a 12x24 hothouse we grow food in.
I bake all our bread, we have a soyabella milk maker. I cook mostly from scratch with most emphasis on vegetables and grain. We brew our own beer and wine, we have tons of wild raspberries and blackberries and blue berries.
We live far from any city pollution.
we strive to keep a positive attitude and live as close to nature as possible.
Next year we will build a chicken tractor and raise a few chickens for our own eggs....

Lauren L said...

I try to cook at least one vegetable with each meal, and the dogs get kibbles without any fillers!
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Taylor said...

Drinking bottled water so I hope this helps them health wise more than drinking spigot water.
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Taylor said...

Trying to eliminate trans fats altogether.
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Pat said...

We are trying to exercise more.
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Anonymous said...

I actively try to make wise healthy decisions when it comes to my familys eating habits. I incorporate fruits and veggies and by organic when I can. Most of the time we stay clear of preservatives and always stay away from high fructose corn syrup.
Thanks!
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shiloh said...

Lots of big and little changes, one of the most important is to read all labels.

Anonymous said...

I'm buying less processed food and planting my own veggies. I am more aware of labels as well.
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ktgonyea said...

My entry for 06/29 :)

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bboyle said...

We are trying to eat more fruit and nuts for snacks instead of things like crackers.

Taylor said...

Encourage them to eat more fresh fruits and less pizza. skyxsky27(at)gmail.com

KMG852 said...

I have stopped buying soda.

msrodeobrat said...

we have recently adopted a healthy eating lifestyle.. while not overweight, I feel like its important to eat healthy so I have been trying to serve lots of fruits and veggies and less processed food

A. said...

We cut out all processed foods, and are sticking to plenty of veggies and fruits. We don't drink any soda and we only drink water and tea. Thanks for the giveaway!

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Pam said...

buying more fruits and vegetables; staying away from all artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives-trying to drink more water
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Taylor said...

We get farmers market fruit vegetables in the summer here so hope thats a healthy way to eat, at least their produce is way better than in the grocery stores here.
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A. said...

We cut out all processed foods, and are sticking to plenty of veggies and fruits. We don't drink any soda and we only drink water and tea. Thanks for the giveaway!

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IrisGretel said...

lots of exercise, sleep, water, veggies, fruit & whole grains.

Samantha P said...

I'm making everyone drink more and more water!

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Jennifer said...

I buy organic whenever I can

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djolsen said...

We are just starting the organic route. It ain't easy but it is neccessary.But it is also fun to learn and practice what we learn. I started with milk. I have a garden for vegtables and fruit.

jennem said...

We belong to a CSA. It makes organic easier! Plus we eat a lot more vegetables, we have to or they go to waste.
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Anonymous said...

I feed my family yogurt and organic vegetables.

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Ginny said...

I'm trying to buy more fresh veggies & fruit & less junk food. It can be hard though, but we are trying. We also do not eat meat for dinner every night. I'm a vegetarian, but hubby & kids are not.

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Anonymous said...

I buy the healthiest food that I can find. However, it is difficult to find healthy foods in this world.

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Anonymous said...

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Always searching for better eats. Difficult thing
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Anonymous said...

We, my girls and myself, have been gardening. We share a garden and keep 2 tomato plants on our apartment back door.

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Anonymous said...

adding variety to the diet, we are able to live healthier.

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buteeful1 said...

We are eating more whole wheat and vegetables.

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NesieBird said...

Fresh vegetables and fruit, along with granola, grains, and organic foods are now my methods of eating. kneecree at gmail dot com

spacebarshift said...

I've let my roommate use my Perfect Pushup since my boyfriend won't care to use it.

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Carolyn said...

We are trying to grow some of our own food to avoid the pesticides and Genetically Modified Organisms in food, and I have been pruchasing as much organic food as I can afford, which is hard in these tough times. We are trying to avoid hydrogenated oils and high fructose corn syrup as well.

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Anonymous said...

We eat local and I am trying to get everyone to eat sweets only once a week.Anna Fulbright,anna_fulbright@yahoo.com

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Anonymous said...

We eat salads several times a week. And we eat eggs for snacks. My family also gets veggies for dinner every night with lean chicken or lean beef.

Lora Hoffman
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Jolene said...

trying to eat more organic foods

Anonymous said...

We're eating well, mostly organics, veggies, fruit and grains, and we're exercising.

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Anonymous said...

I just subscribed via email. Thanks.

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heaventrees said...

We're growing our own tomatoes, organically.

Anonymous said...

We are trying to stay away from sugar.
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Al Henneberry said...

we are reading the ingredient labels and rejecting high fructose and hydrogenated things.

Betty C said...

We are eating more fresh and frozen vegetables instead of canned. I understand they are healthier.

Meet the Browns said...

We are cutting down on snacks that contain preservatives :)

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tallcat601 said...

I'm going to the farmer's market more

abbyful said...

To help myself and my family be healthier, I am cooking more "real food" at home and going out to eat less. Also switching to eating more whole grains rather than white bread, pasta, and rice.

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Sheila R said...

My family is being healthier by taking vitamins. We also eat healthy and my son rarely has junk food. He mostly has cereal or crackers for snacks.
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I subscribe. :)
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Anonymous said...

I AM EATING MORE OF A RAW PLANT BASED DIET AND DRINKING MORE WATER FLAVORED WITH ONLY FRESH SQUEEZED LIME JUICE.



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ktgonyea said...

Count me in for 07/04 :)

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lezanac said...

We are eating more local grown veggies. lezanac@yahoo.com

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Kristi said...

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I buy everything organic, grow my own food, cook vegan meals, eat plenty of veggies and squeeze in some exercise whenever possible. Healthy = looking good! Looking good = happiness :)

Kristi said...

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msrodeobrat said...

i am trying to not buy processed foods and only buy things like fruit, veggies, and sugar free jellos and puddings to snack on.

mich0825 said...

We are substituting decaf iced-tea for soda :)

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Marianna said...

We are growing our own organic veggies and herbs this year!

kathy pease said...

we are eating more fruits and veggies and now that summer is here we do more activities out in the yard :)

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sunnymum said...

I've stopped buying larger bags of snack food and started buying more healthy munchies for my family. By replacing unhealthy foods little by little, my family isn't protesting to this nutritional overhaul!

Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

We try to eat as much organic as possible.

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missrantsypants said...

We really try and eat as pure and healthy foods as possible.


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kk said...

We are enjoying more organic produce.

tina said...

snacking on healthy fruits and veggies, drinking sugar free drinks, less fast food, switching to 1 percent milk just little things thanks eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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Betty C said...

We buy produce from the local farmers who bring their items in daily. It's so much fresher as well as being organic.

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blueviolet said...

It's easier to be healthy when the house is full of healthy options so I've been trying to have plenty at the ready. It takes getting used to but it becomes a way of life and we feel better when we eat better.
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I'm an RSS subscriber!
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erma said...

I am planting a garden and eat locally.
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Anonymous said...

Debbi

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I try to feed my family as much organic and locally grown fruits and vegetables.

kylie8cake said...

We have been cutting out sugar and trying to eat more veggies. I weaned my 4 year old off of juice and she drinks nothing but water now.

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ktgonyea said...

My 07/05 entry : )

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purango said...

I am serving my family healthy Organic and Natural foods.

Anonymous said...

Always organic when it comes to dairy products. There's a great film available only on the internet, a French documentary about Monsanto. Everyone should see it.

lace said...

We grow a garden so we can have fresh produce.

Mandy said...

We go on family hikes

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dvice said...

We are eating more whole foods, fruits and veggies

Carolsue said...

I try to keep everyone away from processed foods and food with "empty calories."
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lilyk said...

We go for walks.

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Donna said...

We are eating better and exercising more.
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lilyk said...

I subscribed by email.

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bndraldy said...

We are eating a lot more fresh fruits and vegetables - organic when the price is not sky high. I'm trying to make everything I can from scratch so I buy very few processed foods. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this useful giveaway!

Gianna said...

Home cooked meals galore :)

TZel said...

We avoid unhealthy fats as much as possible and avoid most products that are processed. And we eat at home most of the time. Thanks!

Carolyn said...

We eat whole grain cereals and breads and I sneak flax seed into our smoothies.

bison61 said...

we have a local farmers market that i buy organic foods for my family

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Nancy said...

I'm buying low fat milk and trying to purchase other low fat items.
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kathy pease said...

we are trying to eat more fruits and veggies :)

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