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Organic Valley Coupons

It’s Coupon Thursday here at The Green Mom Review! Okay, not really—I just made that up on the fly. But maybe we will do Coupon Thursdays. You never know. We’re wacky and unpredictable like that.

On this particular Thursday, however, we do have a line on some good Organic Valley coupons and since it’s one of MY preferred brands of organic milk and butter, I’m excited and I thought maybe you’d be excited, too!

It’s pretty easy—you need your printer turned on and stocked with paper BEFOREHAND because if the print job fails, it still counts as a printed coupon. Just go to the Organic Valley coupon page, check off all the items you’d like coupons for, fill out the info on the next page and then you print them. NOTE: you have to install a coupon printer app but it takes less than a minute. Thanks Organic Valley!

Find It Here: Organic Valley

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Read it. See it. Change your life and the lives of your loved ones. Make a difference in your health and the health of the planet and our future. We CAN do it and most certainly we must make more informed choices.

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Kids Healthwatch: Pesticide Exposure

Spending for organic food is worth it when it comes to our children. Their developing bodies are especially vulnerable to toxins found in our food and environment and switching to organic food has an immediate effect on the body. Within 36 hours, pesticides may no longer be detected in a child’s urine. On my website Project Green Girl, I have an article titled “Go Organic” which lists the produce with the highest levels of pesticides. This is a great list to start with and the cost is minimal.

Recent Studies:

  • A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition tested 815 2-year olds, and found those with an organic dairy diet experienced less eczema and wheezing than those consuming non-organic dairy.
  • The BBC reported in 2006 that pesticide exposure from food can cause depression and memory problems.
  • An organic plant-based nutrition program is believed to help ADD sufferers.
  • Pesticide levels in children raise in the winter when more food is imported.
  • Amniotic fluid and breast milk can pass pesticides to the fetus and infant, so the mother should also follow an organic diet.

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Author Patricia Wooster is the founder of the Project Organic Eating blog, where healthy eating meets affordability! 

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