The Complete Idiot's Guide to Organic Living
Environmental issues are more of a concern now than ever before. From concerns about the health of the foods we eat every day to the cleaning products we use in our homes, there are endless questions about how to protect the health of our families while preventing damage to our environment. It's everywhere - the answer is to "go organic," but few people really understand what that means, and how to implement changes in their daily lives in any meaningful way. Living organic means being aware of the way our foods are grown and our products are made. It's a shift toward eating foods that are grown and processed in a practical, ecological partnership with nature, as well as choosing "certified organic" when we buy clothing, cleaning products, personal hygiene products, and more. Harmful synthetic pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, chemical fertilizers, and herbicides are not used in organic products, and they are minimally processed with no artificial ingredients, preservatives, or irradiation. Choosing "organic" - or growing your own - safeguards our health and enhances our ecology with a sustainable food system.
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Review: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Organic LivingUser Review - Bethany - Goodreads
Very good basic introduction into organic living. Discusses various topics like health, eating, fabrics, cleaners, etc. Read full review
Review: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Organic LivingUser Review - Inspired Kathy - Goodreads
This covered a lot more than what I was looking for. I was mainly looking for info on cleaning and food but this also includes info on this like fashion and furniture. Read full review