has been around longer than the National Organic Program and we think it’s time for a refresh, both in look and scope.

Because you’re part of our community, we’d like to hear your suggestions for making your complete healthy-lifestyle page. Some ideas we are kicking around are:

  • product reviews
  • more recipes and ways to incorporate organic, clean and healthy products into your life
  • new product alerts
  • short interviews with industry movers and shakers
  • the latest on what’s trending

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Organic 101

New to organics or just want to make sure you’ve got the lingo down? Organic 101 is the place to get that info, along with dispelling organic myths, and explaining what that organic seal really means.

Living Organic

Got the basics dialed in? Then jump into the Living Organic section to see how to put it into practice. Check back here as we start to add product reviews, new product alerts, interviews and more!


You’re on board, have a grocery bag full of healthy, organic goodies and looking for some ideas on what to do with them? Check out recipes here for vegetarians and omnivores alike.

We’re sticking three of our most popular articles right here so this great info is right at your fingertips.

Top 10 Reasons to Support Organic in the 21st Century

1. Reduce The Toxic Load: Keep Chemicals Out of the Air, Water, Soil and our Bodies Buying organic food promotes a less toxic environment for all living things. With only 0.5 percent of crop and pasture land in organic, according to USDA that leaves 99.5 percent of farm acres in the U.S. at risk of […]

What to Do When Organic Isn’t an Option

Whether you’re stuck in a food desert or have a tight food budget, you don’t need to be exposed to dangerous pesticides. Despite the fact that organic food is your healthiest option, buying it isn’t always feasible. A recent study conducted by the Consumer Reports Food Safety and Sustainability Center found that, overall, organic foods […]

The “Dirty Dozen”

Whether you are on a budget and need to prioritize your organic purchases, or you would simply like to know which type of produce has the highest pesticide residues—and which do not—the following guide from the Environmental Working Group will help. 12 Most Contaminated Strawberries Spinach Nectarines Apples Peaches Pears Cherries Grapes Celery Tomatoes Sweet […]