Organic and Natural Foods

Updated on October 28, 2008
M.R. asks from Carrollton, TX
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My 3 1/2 yr old and me have started eating healthier and better. We started Organic meals at home but don't know if anyone knows anywhere if we wanted to go out to eat.
He also started on some supplements but am interested in some for myself.

Any thoughts?

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answers from Dallas on

Hi Michelle:

I know you are inquiring about organic food, but what about day-to-day care? We started using Melaleuca because of my son's allergies to food and we didn't want any chemicals in our house. It has been God-sent! It works FABULOUS! It is very inexpensive and awesome for the environment. I think you will be pleasantly surprised with what you see.

Please call me for my details.

S. Chavira


answers from Dallas on

Hi M.,
I'm a Shaklee Independent Distributor and I can tell you since my husband and I started taking the Shaklee Vitamins we feel SO much better. Vita-Lea is a great multi-vitamin. We take a more comprehensive strip of vitamins called Vitalizer.

Whole Foods, although not a nice sit down restaurant, will probably have some organic foods for you in their cafe. I'm trying to do more of that myself. It isn't eating out, but Costco carries a decent amount of organic things.

Can I assume you've switched to non-toxic cleaners? Clean air is important for a healthy lifestyle too.

I will be curious to see if you get some good responses for Organic Restaurants!



answers from Dallas on

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answers from Dallas on

Hi M.,

There's a restaurant called Dream Cafe that has organic and healthy alternative cuisine. It's also kid friendly - Yeeeah!

For supplements I take something called "The Feast". It's whole food nutrition juice powder I mix up and drink. It tastes good and all of it's ingredients are either certified organic and/or free of synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers. It contains the juice from 30 fruits & berries, 30 Power greens & veggies, 11 seeds/nuts/sprouts, 83+ active enzymes and fulvic minerals and 22 living probiotics. Oh, and it has NOT been pasteurized, so all of the nutrients are left intact.

You can learn more about it here:
and contact me privately if you would like me to send you a free sample to try.

Best wishes to you in choosing to live a healthy lifestyle!




answers from Dallas on

I wish I had a good response on resteraunt but wanted to let you know that for snacks targets little food cort has some organic options. We where very plesantley surprised.
I hope you get some more responses though.

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