we can live very-well, and also stretch our dollars far by making smart choices:
Click for a handy list. By choosing more of the cleaner foods and less of the contaminated foods, we can reduce our pesticide intake by up to 92% without springing for the organic.
Yogis asks us to examine our beliefs often, and hold our truths lightly, cause they change as we learn more about ourselves and our world. The further I walk along this path, the less I need to know.
I've just hooked up with this great company that makes custom nutritional bars! there's a great web interface, you choose your own ingredients from a menu, and they even print your chosen name on the wrappers!
Everyone seems to be going green, or talking about it anyway. Even yoga studios are trying to tread a little lighter on the planet. As yogis who seek the truth, we need to sift through all these claims and find out whats really happening. A new term "Greenwashing" has popped up. When you are beign pitched by a company claiming that they are the 'green' choice, dig a little deeper. Often times, things are not what they seem. Another area where talk is extremely louder than the walk is the food industry. My good friends and mentors James Laveck and Jenny Stein have launched a new website dedicated to the truth. Take a few minutes to ponder the HumaneMyth website. pass it along. See you in class, om shanti -john
Pictorial of what the world eats