The next few Going True Green blog posts over this Thanksgiving weekend, along with this post, will be sharing information and stories that give back and give thanks. I trust you will enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed blogging about them.
Many nutritionists and scientists are in agreement that the following list of foods are the healthiest. They are even better when grown organically. How many items below are found on your Thanksgiving table?
Butternut & Spaghetti Squash
Red Seedless Grapes
Salmon & Halibut
Don't put your Thanksgiving leftovers into plastic! Use Pyrex glass or porcelain. If you only have plastic containers, then put wax paper against the plastic or first wrap your food in wax paper. Also, never heat or freeze your food and drink in plastic. Only three (3) things DO NOT put carcinogens into our food or drink and they are shown below. For more information on don't poison your leftovers, visit our web page at EnergyHotwire.
If you or someone you know has a yard or some property where you can grow an organic garden and have a compost, then do so to save money, earth, and health! There is an amazing and healthy enjoyment to tasting food that you grew yourself.
Here's a little known fact that you might find interesting: Many suburban Townships allow their constituents with property to own up to 6 chickens for your own fresh eggs each morning.
Bill Lauto , GTG
International Sustainability and Energy Consultant
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