Because Food Matters


[photo by PJL, Landis Valley Farm Museum, Lancaster, PA]

 I’m no expert, but I do know that the food we put in our bodies create the future for those bodies.  To that end, the freshest, sustainable, most pesticide-free food we can eat is the way to go.  Here’s what my friend, Sharon Wong, health and wellness practitioner (and kick-ass butterflier!) has to say about it.  pjl 10.19.16


Because Food Matters
A Voice For Change For A Generation In Jeopardy
by Sharon Wong

       I’ve known Pam since childhood and have very fond memories of our time together swimming for Dolphin Swim Club. Both of us loved swimming the butterfly which moves much like a dolphin in the water. I share Pam’s passion for raising awareness about our environment so when she asked me to write a post for her blog on what I do for a living, I agreed.  Get some SOUL food here…

About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful
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2 Responses to Because Food Matters

  1. Ken Dowell says:

    The more you learn about what has been done with the food you find in grocery stores, even the fresh produce, the more you lean toward the conclusion you should only eat what you can grow yourself. Unfortunately, in my case, that would mean living on parsley and rosemary. So I try the next best thing, buying most of my food at farmers’ markets.

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