Monday, July 28, 2008
Organic for Health by Sandy Powers
Paperback: 112 pages
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (December 24, 2007)
Organic for Health explains in detail the toxic pesticides and fertilizers that are used in growing conventional foods and the detrimental role they are playing in our family's health. Studies have shown malignancies in children are linked to the pesticide residues in our food. Over forty antioxidant-packed recipes are included in Organic for Health to help fight diseases and boost the immune system.
This is a very informative book. It does not take long to read. It has lots of recipes to try. I feel convicted but still unfortunately am eating junk food. I really know better since I have two biology degrees also. Not sure what it is going to take to get me to do what I know I need to do. I admire other people who have made the leap and are doing good.
About the Author
A breast cancer survivor, Sandy Powers turned to organic foods to heal her liver and fight breast cancer recurrence. Sandy and her husband, Mike, live in Englewood, Florida, where they enjoy chasing after their grandsons.