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#biofieldexpert, #GMOs, #nonGMO, #organic produce, #PLU's, #produce codes -

Know Your Produce Codes In order to determine if produce has been genetically modified, check the PLU number (product look-up code) on the sticker on most produce. If the number code is simply four digits, the produce is conventionally grown, which means it is not genetically modified and not organic.  If the PLU code is a five digit code beginning with an “8”, the product has been genetically modified. If the PLU code is a five digit code beginning with a “9”, the product is organic, and also, by definition of organic, not genetically modified. Live-Source Excipient Free Supplements @ BiofieldExpert.com...

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#anemia, #b vitamins, #fatigue, #folate, #immune boosters, #insomnia, #papaya, #tomato -

Folate is a water-soluble B vitamin that occurs naturally in food. Folic acid is the synthetic form of folate that is found in supplements and added to fortified foods such as cereals. Folate helps produce and maintain new cells. This is especially important during periods of rapid cell division and growth such as infancy and pregnancy. Folate is needed to make DNA and RNA, the blueprints for cells. It also helps prevent changes to DNA that may lead to cancer. Both adults and children need folate to make normal red blood cells and prevent anemia. Folate is also essential for...

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#Alaska king crab, #beef shanks, #eye lesions, #hair loss, #mental lethargy, #oysters, #skin lesions, #wound healing, #zinc -

Zinc Deficiency Is Common Zinc is an important nutrient and often overlooked.  Zinc is responsible for taste/smell perception, wound healing, DNA synthesis, normal growth and development during pregnancy, immune system and enzyme support and healthy development for children and adolescence.  Phytates, which are present in whole-grain breads, cereals, legumes, and other foods—bind zinc and inhibit its absorption. Thus, the bioavailability of zinc from grains and plant foods is lower than that from animal foods, although many grain- and plant-based foods are still good sources of zinc.  The following foods will help you boost your zinc intake; oysters, beef shanks, Alaska king crab,...

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#anti-aging, #disease prevention, #EWG, #organic, #PRL supplements, #why eat organic -

Adopting an organic lifestyle helps to enhance the health of ecosystems and organisms. It is generally agreed upon by its supporters that growing and eating organic food is better for the environment. Growing foods organically excludes, when possible, the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, growth regulators, and additives to livestock feed. Organic farmers usually rely on crop rotation and animal manures to maintain soil productivity, to supply plant nutrients, and to control weeds, insects, and other pests. As a result, in addition to reducing your exposure to harmful pesticides, eating organically may also reduce your exposure to hormones, antibiotics, and...

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Several studies support the claim that organic diets can dramatically reduce pesticide exposure. One such study compared pesticide metabolite levels in 18 children who got at least 75% of their juice and produce servings from organic sources with those in 21 children who got at least 75% of their juice and produce from conventionally grown food. Levels of organophosphorus pesticide metabolites in the urine collected were six to nine times higher in the children who ate conventionally grown foods than in those who ate organic diets.  More recent studies have corroborated these claims. Claims of enhanced nutritional benefits of organic...

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