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Dirty Dozen and Clean 15 2019

Posted on September 7, 2019 by Wendy There have been 0 comments

Living a healthy lifestyle is a journey and a long
time adventure of constant learning.

As I have been revisiting my steps on how and why I
wrote by book Fabulous, Fit & Fantastic Living "Get To Your
Natural State of Weight" I am discovering a lot of new
processes and natural herbs and remedies to keep my
body in the ultimate state.

Thought I would share the 2019 list of "Dirty Dozen" and "Clean Fifteen"
with you by Environmental Working Group (EWG)
This is a list of conventionally grown fruits and vegetables
with the highest and lowest amounts of pesticide residue.

Strawberries topped the “Dirty Dozen” list for the third year in row.
More than 90 percent of produce sampled, including strawberries, apples,
cherries, spinach, nectarines, and kale, tested positive for two or more pesticides.

It's very important if you are not buying organic foods that you
wash you food extremely well. If possible, buy organic whenever
you can.

Studies show that people who eat organic foods had 25% fewer cancers.
It's very disturbing to see how the pesticides affect our body and cause
fertility problems and so many more issues.

With this guide I want to encourage you to fill your fridges
and fruit bowls with plenty of healthy and organic produce
that isn't contaminated with multiple pesticide residues.

Take control of what you put in your body. After all the choice is YOURS!

The Dirty Dozen:
1.Strawberries
2.Spinach
3.Kale
4.Nectarines
5.Apples
6.Grapes
7.Peaches
8.Cherries
9.Pears
10.Tomatoes
11.Celery
12.Potatoes

+Hot peppers

The Clean Fifteen:
1.Avocados
2.Sweet corn
3.Pineapples
4.Sweet peas (frozen)
5.Onions
6.Papaya
7.Eggplants
8.Asparagus
9.Kiwi fruit
10.Cabbages
11.Cauliflower
12.Cantaloupes
13.Broccoli
14.Mushrooms
15.Honeydew melons

For a full list of where various fruits and veggies rank, visit the EWG website.
https://www.ewg.org/

I hope you find this informative and share with your family
and friends.

Remember to Always Be Fabulous!

Luv Wendy


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