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My local health food store


I walked to my local health food store yesterday to buy some great real foods. What I found outside was boards with listings of New Year’s Resolutions. I thought that was a nice touch by my local store.

Here is what they are suggesting:

Eat food grown without chemical fertilizers or pesticides.

Don’t eat anything your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food.

Cook from scratch.

Eat when you are hungry, not when you are bored or stressed.

Don’t eat food if you can’t pronounce the ingredients list.

This is my favorite:

Eat food that you can picture in its raw state growing in nature.

Keep eating healthy!


Author: tatjana.k

explorer | runner | hiker | marketer | with opinions | coffee-lover | photographer | seeking adventures in everyday life

11 thoughts on “My local health food store

  1. Love that store, great idea to write this on a board, I bet lots of people stopped to read it. I shall follow the advice. Thank you!

  2. I wanted to click the Love button for your post but had to settle with Liked. Seriously GREAT post Tatjana!!! šŸ˜€

  3. Great goals! I’m certainly not perfect, but I try to follow the fewer ingredients goal – a snack with fewer components (i.e. an apple [1] or carrots and hummus [4 or 5, depending how you make your hummus]) is always better than a 30-ingredient granola bar, even if the latter only has 90 calories. Now if only I could learn to stop eating when I’m bored!

  4. I couldn’t agree more, but unfortunately doens’t always work that way for me… :~)

  5. I like the play on words, using “Revolutions” instead of “Resolutions”. Caught my eye and my mind.

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