“Children of the Corn” Beware!

Beware of the (GGM) Green Giant Monsanto, and GMO’s (genetically modified organisms)

Here is an excerpt from a must read!

” Ultimately, there are better, healthier ways to make cheaper food. Until then the best thing we can do is to demand further investigations and buy organic products whenever practical.
And if you can’t afford to buy organic, O’Brien recommends, “A great first step, given how pervasive these ingredients are in processed foods that often use these ingredients to extend shelf life, is to reduce your exposure to processed foods and stick with pronounceable ingredients and foods that your grandmother would have served her kids.”

Meanwhile, let’s endeavor to make Monsanto a household name. But not in a good way.

http://www.walletpop.com/blog/2010/02/04/monsanto-the-evil-corporation-in-your-refrigerator/?icid=main|main|dl6|link3|http%3A%2F%2Fwww.walletpop.com%2Fblog%2F2010%2F02%2F04%2Fmonsanto-the-evil-corporation-in-your-refrigerator%2F

READ YOUR LABELS,  research you food products, and SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FARMS!!

Healthy CHILD Healthy WORLD-New Book(not for profit organization)!

Healthy Child Healthy World  a great site: Healthychild.org  1.you can buy the book at Amazon.com

This is an essential book for parents and anyone looking

 for simple steps to take toward a healthier lifestyle.

 It also makes a wonderful gift,

 especially for a baby shower, Earth Day, and Mother’s

 and Father’s Day

 – so pick up a few copies if you can.

2. Spread this message:

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Tip from the book:

Healthy Byte – How Do I Clean Scummy Bath Toys?

 Bath toys are a breeding ground for bacteria and mold, especially those with holes in the bottom. You can squeeze water out of tub toys and hang them to dry in a netting bag; once a week, throw them in the dishwasher or submerge them for a few minutes in a solution of one part vinegar to three parts hot water. However, many squeeze toys are made with PVC, which you’re best off avoiding. Kids can have fun in the tub with safer, less microbially prone objects – bowls, spoons, and airtight hard-plastic figures. *

* p.125, Healthy Child Healthy World: Creating a Cleaner, Greener, Safer Home.

You can find more Healthy Bytes in the new book.