Reflecting on Organic Foods: Save Yourself, Your Children & Your Local Farmers

05/14/2024 | By More

By Linda Davis-Kyle

Does the sentiment What the Heck Should I Eat? bother you as much as it bugged Mark Hyman who wrote the bestselling book with that title? Do you want to secure the most nutrient-dense foods for your precious youngsters to ensure their ability to learn? A quick online search will deliver articles in a flash. “Brain foods: the role of diet in brain performance and health,” “Nutrition and the developing brain,” and “The impact of dietary macronutrient intake on cognitive function” will appear with many other texts vigorously vying for your attention. Do you feel driven to grow your own fine organic garden for your family? Or are you looking for a local small farmer or rancher who grows the best foods organically and regeneratively? 

Knowing the Best Foods for You and Your Family

Knowing that probably one of the wisest moves you can make is to meet one of your most trusted local organic and regenerative ranchers or farmers who grows a wide range of nutrient-filled non-GMO crops on healthy soil free from synthetic fertilizers, atrazine, dicamba, glyphosate, and innumerable other toxins. 

Finding Noble Stewards of Farms and Croplands

Finding these noble stewards—these treasures to humanity—some of whom have tended with love and care their farms and pasturelands for several generations can serve you well. If you are lucky enough to purchase all your produce from them, then so much the better. 

Treasuring Our Local Organic and Regenerative Food Growers

This way, you can help to support our organic and regenerative farmers, ranchers, dairies, and fishers who not only are being disrespected but also whose rights, freedoms, and liberties are being abused in some countries currently. We must defend logically and legally these grand organic and regenerative food producers, their marketers, and their organic team players introduced in Part Two of Organic Foods ebook. 

Ensuring Nutrient-Dense Foods for Your Family

Think about it. When you support your local clean food producers, then you are helping to ensure good food for your family. If your community is not blessed with local organic and regenerative food growers, though, then Organic Foods: Save Yourself, Your Children & Your Local Farmers brings to your fingertips more than 100 websites of dedicated clean food producers and marketers many of whom will deliver—often free of shipping costs—an array of wholesome goodness right to your door.  

Making Your Kitchens and Homes Happy Havens

Organic Foods ebook helps families make their kitchens and homes “happy havens,” supplies information about good, clean foods and where to find them, and stands up for our noble local food producers and also those from far away who can ship their fine goods to families all around the world.

Giving Your Cherished Children the Best Food and Your Best Attention

You know instinctively why you choose to give your cherished children the best food and your best attention—preparing and sharing mealtimes together, listening to their ideas, helping them to use common sense and challenging them to think critically, walking together in nature, worshiping together, traveling together, moving about throughout the day, and exercising in the gentle sunlight—to mention a few. Michael F. Holick, MD, will reveal more about vitamin D.

Meeting Michael Greger, MD, FACLM, “More Than an Apple a Day” Video

Likewise, as you read on, you will meet Michael Greger, MD, FACLM, who explains in his “More Than an Apple a Day” video the monumental impact of exercise on your treasured youngsters.

Meeting John Kempf, Author of Quality Agriculture

In addition, John Kempf, Founder and Chief Vision Officer and Executive Board Chairman of Advancing Eco Agriculture beautifully describes an incredibly important point about healthy soil biomes and their influence on immunity.

Learning from Writer and Director Pete McGrain through Host Woody Harrelson

Again and again, Organic Foods: Save Yourself, Your Children & Your Local Farmers reminds its wise readers of an obvious, but powerful solution, that Woody Harrelson, twice nominated Oscar winner and host of Ethos—written and directed by Pete McGrain—spoke in 2011, “If you don’t want foods with chemicals or GMOs in it, then don’t buy it…. No company will continue a practice or a product that you, the consumer, will not buy. If you won’t buy their stuff, they go out of business.” 

Protecting the Rights, Freedoms, and Liberties of Our Small Farmers Worldwide

To reiterate from the ebook, “Think about it this way. Simply put, there will be no “Making Your Kitchen a Happy Haven” as described in “Part One—Getting Ready for Success,” “if we do not take the strongest logical and legal actions to protect the rights, freedoms, and liberties of our hardworking and logical thinking local small farmers, ranchers, dairies, and fishers all around the world.”

Reflecting on the Prophetic Words of Claude Bristol (1891-1951)

Finally, to reach back into the Organic Foods text, we must consider Claude Bristol’s haunting and sobering words of warning that appeared in Chapter 1 of The Magic of Believing in 1948, “I am aware that there are forces—powerful forces—at work in this country that would dominate us substituting a kind of regimentation for the competitive system which has made America great among nations. I believe that we must continue to retain the wealth of spirit of our forefathers. If we don’t, we shall find ourselves dominated in everything we do by a mighty few. We will become serfs in fact, if not in name.”

Linda Davis-Kyle of has written several articles for American Dyslexia Association, and she is the author of the series Your Writing Matters — Book One. Teaching English to Children: Reviewing English Grammar, Book Two. Getting Teens to Write: Writing for Real, Book Three. Helping Dyslexics to Write: Using Mind Maps [in progress], the series Writing about Animals [in progress], and Organic Foods: Save Yourself, Your Children, and Your Local Farmers available on Amazon now.

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