“Living an organic lifestyle doesn't have to cost you a fortune, and if you're spending a lot of money on organic products right now, you may be paying more for them than you need to”- Mike Adams, Natural News Writer.

 Many people are ready and willing to spend $1,000 or more each month on health insurance, but  are not ready  spending $250 a month on organic foods, nutritional supplements or a gym membership. Nutrition buys you health and disease prevention for pennies on the dollar compared to the cost of prescription drugs, doctor visits and expensive health insurance. Organic
red bell peppers cost as much as $5 each at the store. Why not grow them for practically nothing! It is also easy to grow organic tomatoes, okra, green bell peppers (those are all summer crops) or in the cooler times of the year grow your own broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower. According to Mike Adams, here are the 3 ways for saving money on organic products.

1. Buy in bulk instead of smaller packaged sizes
2. Invest in nutrition to reduce health care costs
3. Grow some of your own

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