Livonia Chiropractor | Livonia chiropractic care | MI | Oct News Brief EWG

TLC Holistic Wellness

 31580 Schoolcraft Rd, Livonia, MI 48150  
 Just W of Merriman off I-96 
 (734) 664-0339 


  OPEN:  Monday,  Wed.,  Thurs.,  Saturday

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Dr. Carol Ann Fischer, BS, DC, ND, Retired 

Dr. Sherry Yale, D.C.

Holistic Chiropractic Wellness

Consultant, Clinical Nutritionist for Over 27 Years

 Nutrition Respnse Testing®Whole Food Nutrition, Weight Loss,

Herbs, Diet & Lifestyle Help, Live Water, Gentle Chiropractic 

 

Oct News Brief EWG

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The Dirty Dozen

An organization called the Environmental Working Groups created a list of the "Dirty Dozen" – the 12 foods that have the highest amounts of pesticides. You can see this list below. To learn more visit ewg.org. We've also added in the far right column the 12 foods that have the least amount of pesticides. Cut this out and post it on your fridge. Take a copy with you to the grocery store. 

Rank

Highest in Pesticides... The Dirty Dozen

Lowest in Pesticides... The Clean 12

 

1

Apples

Onions

 

2

Celery

Sweet corn

 

3

Sweet bell peppers

Pineapples

 

4

Peaches

Avocado

 

5

Strawberries

Cabbage

 

6

Imported nectarines

Sweet peas

 

7

Grapes

Asparagus

 

8

Spinach

Mangoes

 

9

Lettuce

Eggplant

 

10

Cucumbers

Kiwi

 

11

Domestic blueberries

Domestic cantaloupe

 

12

Potatoes

Sweet potatoes

 


 

 


 

 

 


         

 

 

 

When buying foods from the Dirty Dozen list,  buy organic. Organic produce reduces some of the pesticide exposure.  Save a few bucks and skip the organic offerings when buying produce on the "clean" list.

More important... wash all your produce with the best pesticide removal product available today. There is new Japanese advanced technology that changes ordinary tap water into water that emulsifies oil. This water will remove pesticide residue easily, since pesticides are applied using an oil base.

If using this water is not an option, try a mixture of white vinegar and water.  Let everything soak for a bit and then rinse the fruits and vegetables off with water. Understand that the tap water used to wash produce contains chlorine, which goes right into the foods being washed. This is another reason that Japanese technology is so advanced.

The device that makes the cleaning water that washes off pesticides, also filters out the chlorine  and other tap water contaminants. Cleaning food using this method is most effective, since the pesticide residue is on the outside of the produce, and no cholorine is absorbed by the food being cleaned. Food tastes totally different when there are no pesticide residues or chlorine after taste. Contact Dr. Fischer to learn more about this advanced Japanese green technology.

 This news brief provided by Dr. Carol Ann Fischer, D.C., N.D. , who owns TLC Holistic Wellness located at 31580 Schoolcraft Rd in Livonia, MI 48150. She is a practicing chiropractor, wellness consultant and cellular hydration specialist; she also provides holistic and nutritional recommendations to improve health. For more information, call 734-664-0339 or visit TLCHolisticWellness.com.

 
 
Livonia Chiropractor | Oct News Brief EWG. Dr. Sherry Yale, DC is a Livonia Chiropractor.