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Page 4 | Abby's Magazine - Abby's Magazine EXECUTIVE EDITOR: Abby Sayler ASSISTANT EDITOR: Victor Karydis MANAGING EDITOR: Peter Kaye Karydis DESIGN DIRECTOR: Megan Locke ASSISTANT EAST COAST: Lauren Valdes ASSISTANT WEST COAST: Stacy Goodner PHOTOGRAPHY & ILLUSTRATION: MKGraphics DIGITAL EDITOR: Peter Kaye Karydis WEB DESIGN & HOSTING: Infoswell Media ASSOCIATE DIGITAL EDITOR: Rob Thompson Date of Publication: July/August 2014, Volume 2 Issue 4 Abby's Mag is published six times a year (every other month) by Abby's Health and Nutrition and Abbys Mag: 14374 N. Dale Mabry Tampa, FL 33618 P: (813) 264-4400. Via e-mail: To be notified about the latest issue of Abby's Magazine send an email to: Subject line: "Add me to Abby's Magazine email list." We do not make our mailing list available to other companies. The health content in Abby's Mag is intended to inform, not prescribe or advise, and is not meant to be a substitute for the advice and care of a qualified health care and/or health nutrition professional. We appreciate your comments and feedback, send by email to: Cover Photograph © Oksun70 | Mission Statement: Educate, empower and enable you to discover your personal path to preventative medicine and lifelong optimal health! In This Issue These are exciting times for Abby's. We wish to strengthen our commitment to the organic lifestyle by starting our own organic community farm! We believe organic living refers to a deepening awareness of the oneness of all life. We are not separate from one another and our planet, but deeply connected on a fundamental level. Teaching children how to grow their own organic food from organic seeds will not only teach them where their food comes from but also work ethics and creating a community where self reliance is at the forefront. We look forward to your participation! From the Desk of our Executive Editor - Abby Sayler Table of Contents 3 – The Important of Plant Skins 5 – Ask Abby 6 – The Difference Between Natural Foods & Organic Foods 8 – GMO Update: Farmers Report Improved Animal Health 10 – Abby's Favorites 11 – Truth about GMO's 16 – Doing Life Organically 17 – What are the Benefits of Organic Coffee Consumption? 18 – GMO Labeling: Lessons from Vermont 20 – Why it's Still Smart to Buy Organic 23 – Raising Kids Organically 24 – Cure Organic Farm: A Different Kind of Summer Camp 26 – Top 10 Reasons to Support Organic in the 21st Century 28 – Buying Organic: Benefits Beyond Your Health 29 – Organic Living Can You Afford NOT To? 30 – From Our Café 31 – Organic Living by Dr. Delrae Messer, D.C. 32 – Abby's Customer Appreciation Day 2014

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