How is it going with your inventory? Have you had a chance to start? Do you need some help?
I received an email this morning from Environmental Working Group, they have updated their Dirty Dozen worst and Best list for vegetables and produce. They've also teamed up with Dr. Andrew Weil.
I've already printed off the new list and plan to make myself a pocket copy. If you'd like to get a list, I encourage you to sign up with EWG.
A little bit more about the Environmental Working Group:
You've probably heard of their work - they're the ones responsible for getting a carcinogen removed from Teflon, spreading the word about how safe sunscreens really are, and creating an extensive cosmetics safety database. You can join their email list at www.ewg.org/signup or check out their website at www.ewg.org. They have a lot of great resources like:
- Skin Deep, their cosmetics safety database
- FoodNews, the insider's guide to which produce has the most pesticides
- EWG's Fish List, which outlines which fish are the safest and how often you should eat them
- 10 Everyday Pollution Solutions, a list of small steps you can take to make a big difference
- Parent's Buying Guide to safe personal care products for kids
Join their email list to receive buying guides for safe children's products; info on cosmetics, sunscreens, and products to avoid; tips for making your food and water safer, and answers to your questions about keeping your family healthy. Sign up today at www.ewg.org/signup. Environmental Working Group is a non-profit, non-partisan research organization dedicated to using the power of information to protect human health and the environment.
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with the Environmental Working group in any way. They don't know me or know about my challenge to you, my readers. I'm doing this for you! I want you to be healthier!