Recipage

HOW TO FIND A POST

  • HOW TO FIND A POST
    If you came to this page from a Google search, click on Edit in the search bar on top of your screen. Then click on Find & type in the KEYWORD you are looking for, like CERTO. You'll get to the exact spot you are searching for.

Search HappyHealthyLongLife

  • Google

    WWW
    www.happyhealthylonglife.com

Categories

Books for a healthy happy long life

Blog Widget by LinkWithin
Blog Widget by LinkWithin

« Dr. Servan-Schreiber's People's Pharmacy Interview: The Top 5 Reasons for the Increase in Cancer Today | Main | Singing is the Key to a Long Life - Karaoke for Self-Conscious Off-Key Grown-Ups »

January 16, 2009

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00e54fc8012e8833010536d7edc4970c

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference King Corn - and the Real Story Behind the Demise of the Family Farm, the Rise in Obesity, Type II Diabetes & Fast Food:

Comments

babs

I just reserved it from my library. After watching the You Tube video, I can't wait to see it, although I fear that I will be left with very little to eat.

Carex

You can find local grassfed suppliers at eatwild.com and localharvest.com. Also, see if you have a local farmers market when the weather warms - you'll often find a local producer there.

There are also a number of farms and ranches that ship direct - just google, for example, "grass fed beef." If you do this, be careful about the paid links. Sometimes those will show up in the search "grass fed beef" because the advertiser paid for the term "beef." Some unscrupulous producers will even use the words "Grass fed" in their copy, even tho they are not. Your best bet is to go for suppliers that show up in the regular search links. Most of them have been around for a long time, and are for real.

Your even better bet is to find grass fed organic products!

Good luck!

The Healthy Librarian

Dear "Carex",

Thanks so much for posting those links! Very helpful--the Local Harvest link didn't open for me, but I was able to find it here: http://www.localharvest.org/

As far as a know (and I haven't looked very hard)the only way to get pasteured (grass-fed) food products is via a CSA (community supported agriculture), a farmer or a co-op. Am I correct, that as of now you aren't going to find them at Whole Foods, Trader Joe's or grocery stores. Does any one else want to weigh in on this?

The comments to this entry are closed.

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

TIP: You must confirm email subscription

  • Check your email after subscribing. Check you SPAM filter--the confirmation may be there!
My Photo

How to Email Me

  • HealthyLibrarian [at sign] gmail [dot] com

People I read

Blog powered by Typepad