Letter from Publisher
Welcome to The Healthy Food Movement, a wealth of positive info as to how the pandemic is helping us become more self-sustainable, not only growing healthier foods where we live, but also finding ways to get these foods to others in need. We are indeed blessed in Tampa Bay as we have access to many local growers, farmers markets and community food stores purveying all manner of fresh local foods. As the industrial food system falters, we find ways to supplant the old.
These days, taking timeouts often—allowing the now to simply be—can be cathartic in ways yet to be discovered. As a regular time-outer, “Unplugging brings us back to our breath, aligns us with our true North and prompts our blood pressure to drop a few numbers,” shares writer Marlaina Donato in The Art of Doing Nothing.
Skin is our biggest organ and “absorbs”. Steering clear of skincare products that include toxins is the gist. In the article, That Natural Glow, writer Donato includes natural and organic skincare recommendations that are more in line with “whole health”.
On a more sobering note, and for leading-edge, vital information, read Jeffrey Smith on the Threat of Gene-Edited Microbes. Thank you, Mr. Smith; this should indeed be taken to Washington.
As always, with an open heart and an open mind, I hope you enjoy reading on.