The indigenous cultures had it right. Why did they believe in signature foods? Well, look at the word “signature”: signs in nature.
When you slice a carrot, it looks like an eye. Carrots are good for the eyes! A walnut looks like an exact replica of the brain, and walnuts contain omega fatty acids so they are literally brain food! A tomato, with its four chambers, represents the heart, and contains high amounts of lycopene that is beneficial for the heart. And, signature foods don’t end there!
And what about packaging? The best packaging you’ll ever find is in the produce aisle. Look at the banana! Now that’s what we call packaging.
Whenever you hear the words “health trend”, RUN! There is no such thing as a health trend. Your health is as timeless as the sky is blue. The absence of focusing on timeless principles explains why many health companies come and go with the trends.
With heart disease, obesity and other chronic health conditions running rampant, it’s clear we have forgotten the timeless principles of health. The point is, health is a habit, not an event. Health is pleasurable; it is not a “plug your nose” experience. Trust in the results that come from the timeless principles of health, just as nature intended.
The ForeverGreen Farmers Market provides solutions for total health and wellness, featuring the highest-quality ingredients available. We take the guesswork out of health, and offer a pleasurable and measurable experience that you can trust.
We are facing the sickest generation ever. Our children think they are being healthy when their candy is made with “10% real fruit juice”. When they think they are eating fruit, it’s “fruit loops”, “apple jacks” and “crunch berries”! It’s no wonder we are the first generation projected to outlive our children.
At the Farmers Market, we believe health is kindness and kindness is health. No matter what they are, you cannot create and sustain your dreams if you’re stepping over your health to get there. Start embracing health today, and pass it along. Let’s create a generation of people living their lives, not merely surviving them.