Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Happy new health

Happy New Year, hope that 2012 brings you all; health, happiness and good living. Its nice to start a new year, turn a new page, write a new chapter in your life story.

There are lots of changes going on around here, keep turned to learn all about them, change the way you shop and live, we are about making your life and our world a better place with organics.

Its time to get healthier and the most important change you can make in your life is to eat fresh, alive organic foods, (that in conjunction with drinking clean water). So don't hesitate, make a change now, become who you want to be, the healthiest person that you can be.

Without your health you have nothing, your health is everything, so nurture your body in the best way that you can....with organics.


Enjoy your day, be happy, breathe deeply, stop, this day is yours. Eat some fresh organic foods, laugh often, drink some fresh water...enjoy your summer days. Start your day with a beautiful organic fruit salad, recipe for it is here

Why not go raw just for one day a week. Have fruit for breakfast, vegetable juice for morning tea, salad for lunch, nuts for afternoon tea and salad for dinner. Help cleanse the bowels and give your real enzyme energy, real nutrition and real live foods=life...

ORGANIC EMPIRE, local organic foods, organic fresh foods Melbourne


  1. Healthy eating is so essential to a happy and energetic life. That is an interesting idea about trying to go raw for one day a week. I think for me personally I instead try and make one meal a day raw, or even two if I have enough groceries for it. One question- how can you guarantee that the produce you are purchasing is actually organic? I've heard that there have been cases of food being labeled organic or local when it is not, and I was wondering if you had any suggestions.

  2. Hi Kate, thats a fabulous idea, raw for a meal is a very achievable goal for everyone.
    In regards to knowing when to trust your supplier, I suggest that you establish a relationship with them, get to know them, what are their values? are they committed to a better world? Short of growing it yourself you have to trust in your supplier and perhaps even inquire as to where they purchase their produce....go and meet the farmers for yourself.