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Page 38 | Abby's Magazine - Are you interested in raising kids organically? There are a lot of areas in life that can be altered to accommodate a more organic lifestyle. This can improve the health and longevity of your children. Organic Food for Kids Perhaps the most important way to affect the health of your children is through the foods they eat. Non-organic foods are laden with all sorts of dangerous chemicals, such as pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. These can cause long-term health problems and researchers are discovering more-and-more dangers related to the unsavory chemicals that are found in conventionally grown foods. Raising Kids ORGANICALLY By Stephanie Stiavetti It's not just produce that is the problem, either. Meat and grains can also contain additives that can affect the long-term health of your child. Organic Meats Intensively grown meats, such as chicken, beef, pork, and turkey, have been tested and shown to contain high levels of hormones, insecticides, and antibiotics. Through conventional farming practices, animals are raised in environments where their living conditions cause them to be far more prone to disease and parasites than animals raised in natural setting. Abby's Health & Nutrition 14374 N. Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL 33618 Breaking the Cycle of Stress, Anxiety & Depression You're Invited to a FREE consumer lecture! Dan Chapman Founder & CEO, Redd Remedies Friday, March 1st 6:30 pm Meet & Greet / 7:00 Lecture Arrive early for a FREE gift ($20 value)* Enter to win a $200 gift basket. *Quantities are limited Feel Better. Live Better. ™ From the rapid pace in which we live to concerns about health, family, responsibilities, money or employment… the onslaught of stress and the damaging effects it has on our bodies is real. But there is hope! Dan Chapman will share Redd Remedies' unique formulations designed to address these concerns from a whole-body perspective.

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