On the Twelfth Day of Christmas…Eat Cleaner Gave to Me On the Go Snacks & an Essentials Bundle

On the Twelfth Day of Christmas, Eat Cleaner Gave  to Me On The Go Snacks and an Eat Cleaner Essentials!! Wednesday, December 19th is the 12th day of the 12 Days of Eat Cleaner Christmas and we are so happy to be closing out this awesome giveaway by gifting one lucky winner 2 x 12-packs of…

On the 6th day of Christmas, Eat Cleaner Gave to Me a Super Sustainable Gift Pack from Repurpose Compostables

Enter to Win a Super Sustainable Gift Package from Repurpose Compostables Thursday, December 13th is Day 6 of the 12 Days of Eat Cleaner Christmas and we are so happy to be gifting one lucky winner an awesome gift package FULL of sustainable goods, generously given by Repurpose Compostables! (a $50 value). Making products from plants,…

Breaking News Update: E.Coli Outbreak in Romaine Lettuce

IMPORTANT NEWS UPDATE: Unfortunately, here we go again. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) just released a food safety alert about Romaine lettuce after a multi-state outbreak across 11 states. The CDC is advising that U.S. consumers not eat any romaine lettuce, and retailers and restaurants not serve or sell any, until we learn more…

Massive Recalls Issued: Foodies Beware

In the last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued MULTIPLE food recalls.  These massive food recalls have affected and could affect thousands of people.   Here’s some food for thought… McCain Foods USA has had multiple offenses of food recalls and contamination!!! Hash Browns were recalled back in April 2017 because they may contain CHOPPED…

Energy

Energy = Vitality

In a recent survey of our tribe, energy and focus were neck and neck for top spots on our “HOW TOXIC ARE YOU?” questionnaire.  Besides the usual digestive and weight issues, the results of the survey reflect the beating that our bodies are taking a when it comes to our everyday toxic burden.  Based on…

Breaking News! Can you remove pesticide residue from strawberries?

Study shows washing strawberries properly can remove up to 98% of harmful fungicide and pesticide residue (ALISO VIEJO, CA) – September 12th, 2016. In recent years, consumers have become increasingly aware of the potential risk of pesticide residue on fresh produce, opting to purchase organic fruit and vegetables. Now, in a recent study released from…