Going Green - Cheap and Easy

Going Green - Cheap and Easy
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I’m writing you today about a problem so invasive... So dangerous... And so hidden it’s put every South African who shops in a supermarket at risk.It’s the pesticides in our food, the preservatives and additives in our skin care products, even the synthetic materials in our clothes.
In fact, if you eat your recommended five daily servings of fruits and veggies from the ‘dirty dozen’ list, you could swallow an average of ten pesticides a day.
How many of the ‘dirty dozen’ are you unconsciously eating?
Natural Health Dossier
Price: R 249.95

Are you feeding your

family cancer?

It turns out the old saying 'an apple a day keeps the 

doctor away' is DEAD WRONG...

Dear Health-Savvy Friend

I’m writing you today about a problem so invasive... So dangerous... And so hidden it’s put every South African who shops in a supermarket at risk.

It’s the pesticides in our food, the preservatives and additives in our skin care products, even the synthetic materials in our clothes.

Let’s start with what we eat...

Did you know that...
·93% of non–organic oranges analysed contained pesticide residues
·78% of apples analysed contained pesticide residues
·43% of all fruit and vegetables analysed had detectable levels of pesticides
·50% of lettuce contained residues from seven or more chemicals
·71% of cereal bars contain pesticide residues
·83% of oily fish (like tuna) showed pesticide residues
It gets worse! Clean food activists have identified the ‘dirty dozen’. These 12 fruits and vegetables, when conventionally grown, are drenched in pesticides.

This ‘horror list’ includes all-time favourites, like peaches, strawberries and potatoes... Plus nine more fruits and vegetables most of us eat regularly!

The ‘dirty dozen’ are absolutely TOXIC because they’ve been raised with so many pesticides there’s no way to wash them off. Even peeling these fruits and vegetables won’t rid them of the toxins when they’ve been conventionally grown.

In fact, if you eat your recommended five daily servings of fruits and veggies from the ‘dirty dozen’ list, you could swallow an average of ten pesticides a day.

How many of the ‘dirty dozen’ are you unconsciously eating?

The danger doesn’t stop with fresh produce.

Chicken, beef, pork and eggs are all full of dangerous pesticides. In fact, the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service 2007 National Residue Program Data results (published Oct. 2008) tested nineteen compound classes of veterinary drugs and pesticides (all told, about 120 compounds). Out of the beef, chicken, pork, veal, eggs and other products analysed, 42 chemical residue violations were found. And the problem’s just as big here in South Africa.

Not a single one of these substances is something you want to put in your body! And several of them are known carcinogens!

But you can free yourself of worry (and disease!) without spending your whole salary or even changing where you shop.

The truth is it’s just as easy to eat wholesome organic foods as it is to eat the conventional foods that are pesticide-and-preservative drenched you’re routinely buy?

And you don’t have to spend your whole salary to get the good stuff. You just have to know what to look for and make a few simple choices.

Most likely, these days you won’t even have to change where you shop!

It’s really that simple.

Best of all... You don’t have to eat bean sprouts, brown rice and soy milk... Give up beef or eggs or cheese... Or deny yourself any of the foods you love to ‘go green’ and gain all the health benefits!

FACT – No matter where you live:
·From the tomato sauce you buy to the lipstick you wear...
·From mac ‘n cheese for the kids to delicious organic wines...
·From household cleaners to what you wear...

There are easy, affordable ‘green’ choices you can make... Starting today!

Finally... All the answers you need to keep your
family safe!

How would you like to have a phone number you can call to ask about pesticides and pesticide contamination of conventionally–raised meats? It’s available – but not even one out of every 1,000 consumers knows it exists!

Or, how would you like to know the website that lists all the free government publications that outline the pesticide residues in our food supply?

Shhhhh... Big Business hopes you won’t figure out ‘easy green’!

The truth is, every day that goes by, it’s easier and easier to make healthy choices... Not only by choosing organic foods to eat (like antibiotic–free, grass fed beef or lean, delicious venison), but in choosing ‘green’ personal care products, ‘green’ clothing, ‘green’ dry cleaning that’s done without harsh chemicals... Even organic wine!

Why can ‘green’ information save your life? Because Big Business is waging a fierce disinformation campaign to keep you from finding out how easy it is to eat and live in a radically healthier way.

Big Business doesn’t want you to think green and buy local. They want you to keep eating processed foods and pesticide-drenched produce they bring in from all around the world
That’s why they make it a point to confuse you. A favourite trick is labelling products that are patently not organic as ‘green.’ (That’s called ‘green-washing’ by organic producers – as in ‘white–washing,’ or lying to you.)

Here’s a ‘green-washing’ example from the United States: K-mart’s American Fare paper plates, labelled ‘biodegradable’, are so far from ‘green’ that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) actually sued them to change the labelling. While we don’t have similar concrete figures here in SA, ‘green-washing’ is a reality and many companies are guilty of deceptive green-washing claims.
And while you may believe going ‘green’ is difficult, the truth is it’s not.

In the case of ‘green’ and organic foods, bodycare products, even clothing, it’s a simple matter of knowing the brands to look for. Because, chances are, they’re probably already in the places you shop.

Not just foods like Muir Glen organic canned tomatoes and Heintz organic ketchup, but personal care products like toothpaste from Xylitol, household cleaners, paper products, chemical-free, natural clothing, chemical–free dry cleaning – the whole works.

But before I tell you more about how easy it’s to truly ‘go green’, let me tell you about some more of the hidden dangers in your supermarket aisle... Common additives that are so toxic that they should be illegal!

What Big Business is feeding your family...
Just to let you know how big the problem is, there are two basic types of pesticides used in growing conventional food. You wouldn’t want to feed either to your loved ones:

1. Organochlorides: These kill pests by attacking their central nervous systems. They have been linked to cancer, birth defects and genetic changes in animals. They are fat-soluble and stored in body fat. They’re far more persistent than organophosphates. In other words, once they get in your body, they’re very hard to get rid of.

2. OrganophosphatesThese interfere with nerve conduction in pests. They are the most common pesticides used today. They are water-soluble and break down rapidly.

Governments control the use of pesticides through legislation and there are various lists of banned and restricted pesticides. You can easily look up which pesticides are being used to grow your favourite foods – and which foods are dangerously exempt from residue limits (called ‘tolerances’).

How effective is pesticide policing by the

To be blunt: Not very.

Investigations continually show that illegal and dangerous pesticides are appearing in food.
This contamination seems to be from two sources: Illegal use of banned pesticides and also the use of pesticides that are legal (or unpoliced) in the country where the food is grown.
A recent study from the US-based Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that:

“Many pesticides that have been banned or restricted for health reasons were found illegally on scores of different foods. Examples include:

Captan,a probable human carcinogen banned on 30 crops by the EPA for health reasons – found illegally on 14 of these crops. Chlorpyrifos (Dursban), a potent neurotoxin heavily used in schools and homes but restricted to use on certain foods to protect young children from additional exposure – found illegally on 16 crops.

Endosulfan,a chemical cousin of DDT that mimics the female hormone estrogen in the human body – found illegally on 10 crops.”
The same study found that:

“Some major fruits and vegetables have very high rates of illegal pesticides. During 1992 and 1993, one quarter of all green peas contained illegal pesticides, as did 15.7% of pears, 12.5% of apple juice, 11.7% of all green onions, 7.6% of green beans and 7.4% of all strawberries.”
Pretty scary, huh? And if you’re like most people, you want to know...

“What can I do?”
The answer: Plenty! And it DOESN’T take any work at all.

The best defence against pesticide abuse in the foods you and your family eat is information.

Why is information the best defence?
You’ve heard the old adage: You are what you eat. Well, it’s true.
That’s why I want to offer you a ‘safe shopping list.’ It’s a ‘cheat sheet’ for easy ways to eat healthy and organic foods... Without skipping a bond payment.
It’s packed with shortcuts that’ll help you integrate changes into your life easily and naturally.

And we call it – Going Green, Cheap and Easy and it’s available for you to download right now.

This e-report tells you exactly how to avoid these very dangerous foods and switch to organic foods and products that could help you:

·Heal if you’re sick...
·Avoid degenerative diseases if you’re not...
·Feel better, look better and have a quality of life that’s simply impossible if you’re literally swimming in noxious chemicals....
But before the specifics, let me back up and explain why this information could literally save your life...

You are what you eat
Going Green, Cheap and Easy gives you the names and sources for the products you need to improve your life, your health and your happiness... All by living green!

You’ll be surprised to see how easy it is to find the quality ‘green’ products you’re looking for at the stores you traditionally shop at.

Or, you can shop on the Internet and have certain products shipped direct to your home.
In other words, eating green doesn’t mean you need to make major life changes. Especially once you have the information you need to turn healthy choices into cheap and easy ones!
REVEALED: Organic brands of everyday fresh, canned and frozen foods you can find in your supermarket!
Going Green, Cheap and Easy is a rich compendium of information that makes it easy and affordable for you to make the switch to good health.

The benefits are immediate. In fact, after just a couple of days of eating good, wholesome food, you may feel a burst of energy and an overall feeling of greater wellness.

That’s hardly surprising. Physicians and researchers through the centuries have all reported that good nutrition is the key to good health and disease prevention. This guide gives you everything you need to easily and quickly make ‘green’ choices for...

·Mercury-free, wild tuna that you’ll feel great about making into sandwiches for your kids...
·3,000 farmers markets across the county where you can buy farm-fresh local produce – all listed on a little-known website!
·How to raise organic produce – even on a small apartment patio!
·Where to get all-natural toothpaste, shampoo, bath/body soaps...
·Ten sources for organic skin care products..

And much, much more!
You’ll even get a list of medal winning organic wines!
As a special bonus, we’ll also include The ‘Green’ Wine Shopping List: A collection of award winning organic wines from SA and around the world – the results from the June, 2009 International Green Wine Competition. Judged by leading vintners and wine writers, this list of about 100 medal winning wines spans everything from rich Bordeaux blends, buttery Chardonnays, crisp Pinot Gris, to a luscious dessert Ice Wine so good that every judge awarded it a Gold Medal!

Bonus! There’s plenty of evidence to suggest that a moderate amount of wine everyday is good for you! But, like any other product, wine can be full of pesticides and carcinogens. You must know which brands to look for and how to find them. The ‘Green’ Wine Shopping List: A collection of award winning organic wines from SA and around the world contains pictures of the labels, price points and how to get in touch with the medal-winning wineries to source the wine. It’s everything you need, short of a wine glass, to begin enjoying clean, green wines!

Turn your life around like I did!
If you’re ‘sick and tired’ of feeling less energy than you want... Afraid that pesticide-drenched foods could one day give you (or, heaven forbid, a loved one) cancer...

Don’t wait. Order Going Green, Cheap and Easy today and you can be reading it in seconds.

Banish your fear of nutritional diseases like cancer!
More and more research points to the diet and cancer connection.

For example, the closest associations between diet and colorectal cancer are high fat intake, particularly saturated fat and low consumption of vegetables.

In Going Green, Cheap and Easy, you’ll get all the information you need to avoid pesticides and carcinogens and preservatives that have been implicated in cancer.
How much money is it worth to potentially PERMANENTLY banish the fear of
What would it cost to get the information you need to get to the root causes of poor health... And a disease-free life?

Normally, you’d have to plough through dozens of books and magazines about herbal medicine, nutrition, acupuncture, acupressure and half a dozen other specialties to collect the information that’s packed into our concise, easy to read e-report.

It would cost you hundreds, if not thousands, of rands in books and research materials – not to mention your time. And you won’t have the security of knowing that our careful, highly-skilled editors have vetted this information.

To get this information, you don’t even have to go to the library and check out a book or even to a bookstore!

You could easily spend hundreds of rands to receive a nutritional specialist’s advice without getting the information you really need.

But, as I mentioned earlier, there’s no waiting – and you won’t have to drain your bank account – to get your hands on Going Green, Cheap and Easy.

Typically, this publication would be R499.99, but we feel it’s so important – information that’s literally life saving – that we want every one of our subscribers to have it now. So you won’t have to pay R499.99.

·If you suffer from fatigue...
·If you suffer from allergies...
·If you have rashes and skin eruptions...
·If you’re suspicious of the purity of your food...

Add up all the money you spend on food, household cleaners and bodycare products that are NOT safe for you or your family.... You’ll easily spend thousands of rands this year alone without getting the purity and freshness you need to ensure your health and that of your family.

And if you think of the cost in terms of avoiding chronic illness, wouldn’t you think R350 was a total bargain if Going Green, Cheap and Easy could help you prevent diabetes or cancer... Much less gave you the tools to largely banish pesticides and carcinogens from your life permanently?

But because it’s so important to me and the research team at Natural Health Dossier to get this life changing information into your hands, we’re happy to offer this ereport to you today for far less than R350. As one of our readers, you can order risk-free for only R325.

Think of it – over one year, 365 days, your investment is less than R1 a day! Over a lifetime, the cost is literally inconsequential.

You must find this book truly helpful or we insist on refunding your
purchase price
It’s vital to us that this ereport helps you lead a healthier, happier life, free of the fear of cancer and other degenerative diseases. So, your purchase of Going Green, Cheap and Easy comes with our iron-clad guarantee:

If you’re not 100% satisfied with Going Green, Cheap and Easy, just let us know within 60 days. I will personally approve a full refund of your entire purchase price. Your special reports are yours to keep.

You risk nothing.

My pledge to you
At FSP Lifestyle, our mission is to bring you the best health and wellness advice at prices that are always fair and affordable. And there’s never any risk.

If you decide that Going Green, Cheap and Easy doesn’t live up to this promise, just let us know and we’ll refund your purchase price.

You have nothing to lose.

Order Now and find out just how easy it is to switch ‘go green’ and give your long–term health a real boost. 

To your best health,

Roxanne Segers
FSP Health and Fitness

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