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The price we pay for healthy food. (Sage Hill food is grown without any pesticide/herbicide/and with non-GMO seed (heirlooms)


Versus Organic from the grocery shelves….yes, most have some pesticide, herbicide, and fertilization…albeit it approved for organic growers…it is what it is, better than traditionally grown if those things are important to one, but not as clean, safe, or healthy as homegrown done chemical free.

Keep in mind also, that there are variables in all aspects of food, how and where it is grown, how it’s harvested, how it’s processed, and how it’s prepared.
When we consume it, how much, and how often.

Be aware, that education on all levels, of what is needed to be healthy and strong, is imperative to success.

If you take prescription or OTC drugs, know what they do to your system, especially the gut/digestive process, and take steps to offset that negative.

Regardless of where our political allegiance is grounded, if we know anything, we know our world, our life force…our food across the board has been hijacked.

If you don’t know where that statement comes from, or who has used it through the decades…research it.

**Genetic Modification in the food realm changes the DNA of plant and animal…if we are what we eat and absorb? Think about that!

GMOs (animal to plant) are different from cross/breeding (animal to animal…plant to plant.)
The genetic engineering of plants and animals is looming as one of the greatest and most intractable environmental challenges of the 21st Century. Currently, up to 92% of U.S. corn is genetically engineered (GE), as are 94% of soybeans and 94% of cotton [1] (cottonseed oil is often used in food products). It has been estimated that upwards of 75% of processed foods on supermarket shelves – from soda to soup, crackers to condiments – contain genetically engineered ingredients.

Now, for a lighter, brighter, healthier moment…

Pasta dish…

Rice pasta/gluten free
Raw Sheep cheese in Almond milk, some of my family who is skeptical of the flavors…Never know if I don’t tell!

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