Dr. Ben Stukel, Doctor Advisory Board Member
Consider where you buy your food. Do you have a Farmer’s Market nearby that you could go? One of the benefits of buying your produce there is that you can meet the farmers and ask them questions about how they grow their food. Often, you can buy meat from them, too.
Quality matters. Sometimes the grocery store is not the best place to get your food, because produce is often sprayed with pesticides and travels a long distance to get to you. Fresh is always best!
Select higher quality or organic, wild caught meats when possible.