Friday, November 21, 2014

Is Your Produce Safe Enough to Eat or is Full of Contaminants?

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting.
The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.

It's very important to make sure everything you consume is safe to eat or drink.  Especially fruits and vegetables!  Have you ever used a produce wash?  Most fruits and vegetables have been sprayed with pesticides, which can have very negative affects on the body.  I was just reading an article called, Top ten ways humanity is being murdered in the name of 'evidence-based science' (#6 Synthetic pesticides).  It has been scientifically proven that pesticides remain intact on foods and can cause devastating diseases, such as alzheimer's, dementia, neurological disorders, cell death, birth defects, ADHD and many other ill affects on the body.  Plus pesticides are even killing honeybees and birds.  The article goes on to say that pesticides kill people slowly.

Being Safe and Using a Produce Wash

For this review, I received one bottle of EcoDiscoveries Harvest Produce Wash and Preservative!  Do you buy organic produce or produce that has been sprayed with pesticides?  I only buy organic, but I still want to make sure my food is safe, so I use a eco-friendly produce wash.  The EcoDiscoveries Harvest Produce  Wash and Preservative naturally removes waxes, chemicals, soils and contaminants.  The ingredients of the Harvest Produce Wash are considered GRAS by the FDA and it's certified by the USDA as a Biopreferred product.  It's great that it washes away residual pesticides and it also increases the shelf-life of produce.  This is a perfect product for anyone living with chemical sensitivities or an otherwise compromised immune system!  Plus it could help stop ill affect on the body, from produce that has been sprayed with pesticides, but buying organic is always a better idea!

Filtered water, plant-derived surfactants, vegetable derived glycerin and inorganic mineral salts.

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Bonny Sallee

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