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Nature’s Path Organic Review & Giveaway Ends 11/19/2009

I recently received Nature’s Path Foods to try.  We have recently started going organic and this company has really gotten my attention.  I’ve started a little at a time with my kids and husband so that they don’t scream and yell about good for you foods.  When the Nature’s Path box came with granola bars and cereal the kids wanted the granola bars.  Next morning they ripped into the cereal. (pst Nature’s Path is in O Magazine’s Christmas edition)

Breakfast here is usually frantic.  We eat, quickly get dressed and run out the door to make the bus at 7 am.  The Nature’s Path cereal was a huge hit.  They even ate the Flax Plus that I thought would be left for me.  I have to say my favorite was the Peanut Butter Granola Bars.  Talk about filling.  You can actually see the ingredients in the bar.  It’s not all smashed up with mystery ingredients.  The bars are a perfect filling snack between meals or for a quick grab breakfast.

Nature’s Path also has baking mixes and ingredients to make your own healthy foods.  They have Pancake Mix, Flax Seed Meal, and Flax Seeds.  Their frozen line consists of waffles in many flavors and types.  They have hot cereal as well as cold cereal and they have Toaster Pastries!  I feel a little less guilty giving my kids organic Toaster Pastries instead of the sugar and artificial ingredients of your every day toaster pastries.

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  1. we have tried to be more organic and cut down on fat,fried foods,take out etc.I also sneak in vegetables whenever I can

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  29. Very cool – I learned the different between being natural and being organic!

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  30. We are going to try to stay away from sweets this holiday season .

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  38. A change I’ve recently made is to make the majority of our meal choices vegetarian. The Nature’s Path web site also has a great Sustainability Glossary for reference.

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  39. I think adding quinoa to our diet would be a good idea. I didn’t realize it was considered a superfood.

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  40. We’re vegetarians and try to eat organic when we can afford it. It’s scary to see all the chemicals in our overly-processed foods.

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  53. I am a vegan but the rest of the family (there are five of us) are meat eaters. The small change that I can do to make them healthier is to secretly substitute some of their artery-clogging fare with vegan alternatives.

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  87. I learned that Mother Nature has provided us with everything we need to satisfy our taste buds—fruits for sweetness, vegetables for coolness, spices for interest, and grains for crunch. Makes great sense, huh? And yet we still opt for perservatives and other gunk so many times…

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  122. i learned that theres a differnce between natural and organic

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  123. I learned that Kamut grain is an ancient relative of wheat – that’s kinda neat.

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  124. 32.I can limit transfats

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  125. A change I’ve recently made is to increase my fiber intake — I am eating more high fiber & whole grain foods

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  127. I would like to try to incorporate more raw foods into my diet

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  134. IT’S JUST NOT WHAT YOU EAT … BUT HOW YOU EAT IT ALONG WITH EXERCISE

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  135. The link between high-sodium diets and hypertension remains controversial. Population studies, however, have shown that people from countries where sodium consumption is high tend to have a higher incidence of hypertension.

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  143. 59.I was reminded to eat more fruits vegetables. This is pretty easy because we have year-round produce choices at the grocery stores

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  144. I learned that one should slow down and savor each bite mindfully and remember the benefits of healthful food to the body.

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  145. I learned that The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), through the National Organic Program (NOP) has established a uniform set of production methods for growing and processing organic food. If farmers and manufacturers meet these standards, which include annual on-site inspections by third-party inspectors, their crops or food are certified to be organic. If a food product has between 95% to 100% organic content, it may be called organic and the USDA/NOP Organic seal may be used on the package.

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  146. ACAI IS A SUPERFOOD

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  147. we shun sugar as much as possible

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  148. I see that our diets would be much healthier if we reduce the amount of sodium we consume! It’s estimated that processed foods contribute 75 percent of the sodium in our diet.

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  160. We can include mor whole grains in our diet.

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  161. I was interested in the connection between the word “organic” and sustainable growing practices.

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  162. I can at organic to save the earth from pesticides

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  166. I’ve learned the Matcha green tea can forestall aging and wipe out toxins

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  167. I learned that organic food delivers higher nutrition and reduces exposure to pesticides to keep our families healthy and safe and it creates a more sustainable environment to help ensure a healthy world for the future.

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  170. I learned that hulled hempseed is not psychoactive and that ingesting foods with hulled hempseeds does not lead to intoxication. (I didn’t expect to find this sort of info on their website)

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  173. I learned that Mother Nature has provided us with everything we need to satisfy our taste buds—fruits for sweetness, vegetables for coolness, spices for interest, and grains for crunch.

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  175. i learned that processed foods should make up the smallest amount of our diet .. yeaaahh .. i need to work on that.

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  176. I learned the difference between being Natural and being Organic.

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  177. I learned what acai is! thanks for the contest!

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  178. We can eat more whole grains and superfoods.

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  179. I learned that Psyllium seed husks are considered a “super food.”

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  180. We can eat more whole grains and veggies, thanks!

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  182. I learned that hemp is high in protein — I didn’t even realize it was edible! The page on the uses of hemp and the legal difficulties was extremely interesting.

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  183. we are assaulted by chemicals from every direction. Thank God for organics

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  184. I always knew eating organic was good for you, but never knew it benefits the planet as well… thats awesome!

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  185. I became a follower on my reader :)

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  186. Andddd I subscribed to your emails!

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  187. learned what exactly is celiac disease: no wheat, rye, barley, oats.

    Comment by traynharder23 | 18 November, 2009 | Reply

  188. They make products in 3 locations: Delta, BC; Blaine, WA; and Mississauga, ON

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  189. Acai is one of best youth regenerative natural food sources.

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  192. Goji boost immune function and eyesight

    Comment by Derk Thomas | 18 November, 2009 | Reply

  193. We just had vegetarian Lasagna last night. We can all eat oatmeal for breakfast

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  200. I learned that just about every thing we eat has chemicals in it coming from every which way possible.

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  201. I learned that Mother Nature has provided us with everything we need
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  212. I learned that There are two kinds of
    carbohydrates which are
    described as “simple” or
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  213. We will be eating more fruits and veggies.

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  214. THERE AREA DIFFERENET KINDS OF VEGATARIANS…

    Comment by EMMA L HORTON | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  215. I learned that Nature’s Path make organic food because they believe deeply in sustainability.Thanks!

    Comment by Leslie S. | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  216. Kamut grain is related to wheat.

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  217. I like their values esp We are creative and a little quirky: We belly dance at work. We spend break time digging in the corporate garden. We sing in meetings. A lot. Sounds like an awesome place and a lot like us. ;)

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  228. I love that Natures Path is trying to become zero-waste certified by 2010. That is such a great goal for a company! All families should want to support this company who have this sustainable goal in mind.

    Comment by Shannon, Tropical Eats | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  229. with the BPA scare, fresh foods are more desirable than ever.

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  233. I discovered that I could download the Healthy Eating Guide by Tamara Schryver. I did so and the information is clear and easy to understand.

    Comment by Betty Curran | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  234. I can incorporate superfoods into my diet.

    Comment by katie | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  235. Following you on Facebook and Twitter! My family loves your cereal! I learned that from your site that it is not “what you eat but how you eat it”. My family and I have decided that it is time for us to start growing an organic garden. Wish us luck!

    Comment by Kimberly Flickinger | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  236. I learned that the whole system of organic farming is based on growth and sustainability – it helps to preserve the land for us and the generations to come.

    Comment by Andi | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  237. I’ve learned the Matcha green tea can forestall aging and wipe out toxins on the way!

    Comment by Susan Smith | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  238. the Flax Plus® Maple Pecan Crunch sounds good to me.

    i learned that We believe in humanity: We believe if you treat people well, they will treat you well in return. So that’s how we lead our lives and run our business. Our people seem pretty happy with that.

    Comment by susan smoaks | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  239. I learned that I should include some of the superfoods like acai in my diet.

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  240. I subscribe to your feed.

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  243. I learned that homeowners use up to 10 times more toxic chemicals per acre than farmers!

    Comment by Lisa | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  244. I’m an email subscriber #1

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  247. I think, but I’m not positive, that I bought some of the Toaster Pastries at Sam’s Club a few months ago. They haven’t had them since. They were really good though.

    The Eat Well page led me to a page on Healthy Eating where I found a statement that said to eat in order to feel better today and the future will take care of itself. Good advice, I think.

    Comment by Auriette | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  248. I can serve my family more fruits and vegetables and cut down on red meat.

    Comment by Veronica Garrett | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  249. I learned that there is a New Farm, Farm Locator site where you can search for farms near you

    Comment by DanV | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  250. Eat more home cooked meals :)

    Comment by Gianna | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  251. I think I’ll start eating more superfoods like goji and açaí!

    Comment by trixx | 19 November, 2009 | Reply

  252. I’m a feed subscriber

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  255. Very cool – I learned the different between being natural and being organic

    Comment by tracy davis | 19 November, 2009 | Reply


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