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How to Get Around the High Cost of Organic Food

Do you want to eat healthfully, but find it too expensive to eat organic?

It doesn’t have to be.

It’s true that food prices are going up and organic is getting more costly.

It’s also true that organic is not the same as it was a few years ago.

The conventional food industry has entered the organic food market in order to get their piece of the organic pie. But they are not committed to the organic standards. And every year, they are chiseling away, allowing synthetics and other ingredients that should not be allowed in organic.

In addition, certified organic does not mean pesticide free. It just means that only those pesticides approved for organic use are used on organic crops.

When organic food is out of reach of your budget,what does that leave you?

It leaves conventional and GMO.

Did you know that  conventional crops, even those not genetically modified, are sprayed with Roundup with carcinogenic glyphosate? Even if you avoid the Dirty Dozen and opt for the Clean 15, you’re still getting less nutrient dense food.

So, what can you do to eat better than organic for less than the cost of organic …

… and fresher than what you get at Jimbo’s, Sprouts, Whole Foods or the farmer’s market?

Join us on Friday, May 29 at my office at 6 p.m. to learn about the Tower Garden, a vertical, aeroponic growing system that uses no soil, 90% less water, is non-GMO, waters itself and grows year round.

Don’t let the high cost of organic food keep you from eating healthy food.

Call NOW 760-807-7117760-807-7117

or email dr.cfarlow(at)

to RSVP and join us Friday, May 29.

See you there.

Yours in health,

Dr.Christine H. Farlow, D.C.



Find Healthy Food In Your Local Area

Do you have trouble finding organic or fresh local produce, dairy or meat? On numerous occasions I’ve spoken with people who’ve said that it’s just not available where they live.

Well, now there is a tool for you to find out just what really is available in your neck of the woods. I just discovered this the other day and I even found numerous resources for healthy local and organic food in my area that I was not aware of.

The Eat Well Guide is your resource to find local, sustainable and organic food in your area. Check it out here.

If you still can’t find healthy food locally, or not all the right things you want to buy, google “buy organic food online.” Here are a few sites that came up when I did…

The Green PolkaDot Box is an online organic buying club.

The Organic Consumer’s Association has a list of CSA’s (Community Supported Agriculture) on their website.

Beyond Organic has the highest quality organic beef, dairy, chocolate, functional beverages and water. The Beyond Organic standards exceed the USDA organic standards and some of the products available through Beyond Organic are not available anywhere else in the U.S. And the Beyond Organic products are so delicious.

These days, healthy organic food is available to everyone in the U.S., no matter where you live. You just have to know where to look to find it.

I hope these resources will help you find healthier food for yourself and your family.



The Truth About Organic Food …

Just Because It Says Organic On The Label Does NOT Mean It’s Healthy

When we see organic on the label, it’s almost automatic that we assume organic is healthier.

While it’s true that genuine organic food, produced the way organic food was meant to be, is really the healthiest, there are some loopholes or gray areas where what you see is NOT what you get.

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In this report, you will discover …

  • The undisputable facts showing certain certified organic food is downright unhealthy
  • Shocking secrets the organic meat industry doesn’t want you to know
  • Key vegetarian organic foods that put your health at risk

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