If there’s one item I always buy organic, it’s eggs. That yolk is the food that goes to the chick and what goes into the mama, goes into the egg. I will deviate if I’m baking sometimes, but 99% of the time, it’s organic. Free range? Not the same thing. Marketers try to emphasize how happy their chickens are while frolicking in the fields, but if they’re still being fed genetically modified corn and are given antibiotics, you are only paying more for happy eggs.
The rule of thumb for organic veggies that I follow: If it has a thick skin like avocados or artichokes, then I DON’T buy organic. Everything else, organic.
My goal for these healthy diabetes management blog posts is to be short, sweet and to the point on how I was able to erase diabetes drugs from my life. It might help you too. We are all different; I know it’s cliche, but it’s true. My journey was difficult; you only see the end product. I still struggle with making healthy choices. I hope these posts help you learn my experiences.