Organic foods have taken the world by storm in recent years as more people become aware of the connection between the foods that they eat, their health, and the well-being of the environment.
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If you’re a healthy person who exercises regularly, you probably don’t need special workout nutrition strategies but there are some specific foods that you may consider adding to your diet to help push your performance to the next level and aid in your recovery.
Having a meal plan is a great way to save your sanity during busy times! These tips will help you simplify the process.
New science is suggesting that the pesticides added to conventional foods may be affecting your hormonal, brain and mental health along with baby’s brain development.
Some Canadians are still surprised to discover that organic food is regulated by the Canadian Government. This is your assurance that you are getting what you pay for.
At Community Natural Foods we know that the health of you and your family are a top priority, and part of living a healthy and balanced life is eating the best quality food you can.
With sustainability and organic food being a “trendy” topic lately, many food companies are piggy backing off of this without putting in the work, leaving consumers confused as to what is organic and what is just a downright marketing-ploy (think of brands using “all-natural”, “green” or “whole” without any further certification).