What to buy organic plus printables!

We are what we eat and if you serve hot meals to hyper sensitive little ones, it really shows. We began our wholesome foods journey after learning that diet plays a significant role in our children’s special needs. So we buy from the farmer’s market whenever we can or purchase organic foods.

There are plenty of reasons to be picky about the foods you put into your body. For example, we always buy organic apples. In any one apple, at least 40 different pesticides can be detected in the apple.

I hear your SIGH! It’s not as expensive as you think. If you’re wanting to move towards organic, here is a list that won’t break the bank! Click here for the Organic Grocery List.

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Organic List

• Milk (consider Almond Breeze)

• Yogurt

• Butter

• Cheese

• Meat (not seafood)

• Eggs

Vegetables

• Bell peppers

• Celery

• Lettuce

• Potatoes

• Tomatoes

• Bok choy

• Spinach

• Kale/ Collard Greens

• Summer Squash

• Nectarines

• Hot peppers

• Corn

Fruit

• Oranges

• Peaches

• Apples

• Raspberries

• Pears

• Apricots

• Grapes

• Figs

Seeds, Nuts, Legumes, Coffee

• Almonds

• Peanuts (peanut butter)

• Legumes

• Soy Foods

• Pecans

• lentils

All grains including rice, pastas, flours

Non-organic List

Vegetables

• Eggplant

• Asparagus

• Avocado

• Broccoli

• Cabbage

• Onions

• Brussels Sprouts

• Cauliflower

• Cabbage

 

Fruit

(Unless you plan to use the peel, these fruits are okay as non-organic).

• Pineapple

• Bananas

• Coconut

• Mango

• Papaya

• Kiwi

• Grapefruit

• Lemons / limes

• Watermelon

Legumes

• Dried beans are generally okay.

• Cashews

• Macadamia nuts

• Sesame Seeds

 

 

 

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