Finding healthier foods without chemicals can be time consuming, so I have listed some for you below and where to get them, to help you get started. I hope you find these additional healthier options helpful.
Try to buy foods which are organic and without additives as much as possible. But don’t despair if you can’t obtain or afford these. We have to work within our circumstances and with what we can get. Any changes, however small, are better than none. If you have to make a choice between organic vegetables or organic meat, then choose vegetables because mass produced vegetables have far more harmful chemicals used on them.
Before you set up regular orders, find the answers to the following questions:-
- How and in what conditions are the animals reared?
- What are the animals fed all year round? Grass and hay is best and preferably not grain.
- Are vegetables grown on a small scale without pesticides?
- How is the soil looked after, do they rotate crops?
Nitrate-free bacon; organic meat and vegetables (UK)
Organic meat and vegetables (USA)
Sugar-free CerealsAmisa | Spelt Crispy Flakes – Organic | 3 x 250g Rude Health Spelt Flakes 300g (Pack of 2) Organic Corn Flakes 500g (Sussex Wholefoods)
Healthy Snacks for Children’s Lunch Boxes
CoconutRealFoodSource Certified Organic Fine Coconut Flour (1kg) Biona Organic Coconut Cream Biona Organic Coconut Oil, 875ml
NutsBiona Organic Mixed Nut Butter, 170g
Sugar-free/additive-free crackersOrg Buckwheat Crispbread G/F (120g) – x 2 *Twin DEAL Pack*
Ryvitas (some have added sugar – check ingredients). Available at most supermarkets.
Sugar AlternativesLittleover Apiary Honey St Dalfour sugar-free jam Biona Org Pear & Apple Spread 450g X 3 (Pack of 3)
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