This book got me thinking and started some great conversations within my family. I hope that this summary encourages you to pick up the book. As discussed on the podcast, here are some of the questions that I like from the book.
Questions that matter - from the book:
These questions need to be revisited more than once. Share your comments/thoughts here. I would love to hear them.
I have been reading a lot about longevity lately (more podcasts and blogs to come on that topic) and it has me eating more and more vegetables. I buy organic as it is available but like to keep the "Clean Fifteen" and "Dirty Dozen" in the back of my mind.
Those lists vary from year to year but mostly look like the following:
Clean "Fifteen" (okay to buy conventional)
I created this visual representation of what you should buy Organic versus what is okay to buy conventional. I believe in supporting organic farms and in some regions of the US (mostly the pacific northwest) the cost of organic and conventional is close to the same because so many people buy organic - how cool is that???
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