Halloween is Friday. People are booking their flights home for Thanksgiving, and Christmas decorations are already for sale everywhere! As we decorate for the holidays, let us not forget how to plan our menus and adorn our plates with plenty of colorful, whole foods in season. It’s easy when you start thinking of what to serve based on what is in season. Let Mother Nature be your guide. She provides us with foods in a variety of colors wrapped up in fiber and mineral rich packaging. Most of these colorful foods are plants, and the deeper the color often the more vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and helpful phytochemicals you consume.
So what is the buzz about buying organic foods? What does that “USDA Organic” label mean? Why does organic food cost more?
In my practice, I’m constantly educating patients about how to nourish their bodies with food that is “clean and nutrient dense.” Eating organic is big step towards eating to improve health not only for your body, but also for our planet and the bodies of future generations.
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