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Going organic? Go Whitney!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Whitney Farms for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Spring has sprung. And yes, it’s the time of the year when my garden will be blooming again with all kinds of plants. This year, I have decided to go organic. I started buying organic produce since I realized that the price is not that much compared to non-organic. And aside from the health benefit that I get from them it is no brainer that going organic helps the environment too.

Whitney-Farms-Logo_Banner_New_C.jpg (6 documents, 6 total pages)A couple of weeks ago I started a green smoothie detox diet to flush out toxins from my body caused by all the preservatives that I put in my body through all those food that I ate. And the best way to get the best benefits from these green smoothies is to use organic fruits and veggies. So this year, I have decided to grow my own organic garden where I can get the produce I need for my green smoothie like baby spinach, arugula, lettuce, cucumber and all kinds of veggies to make a healthy green salad. And to make this possible, I already started getting our gardening supplies like organic soil from Whitney Farms which is a full line of 100% natural plant foods and soils will be a key player in my gardening style. I like Whitney Farms because they don’t use any additives in their farm products. There is nothing artificial about the product and just natural ingredients from the earth that are designed to help you grow big, beautiful flowers and veggies.

Organic Plant FoodWith Whitney Farms® 25+ years of leading gardening experience, it is just enough reason to trust that their products will help me produce the healthiest veggies for my green smoothies. They contain beneficial microbes that are specially designed protein-based blends to provide your plants with both macro and micronutrients that they need to grow and thrive in any garden condition. They are easy to apply. They are also low to no dust content like other products. And yes, they have no stinky and disgusting manure odor.

Convince enough? Then try out Whitney Farms with the $3 coupon! This surely will give you a win-win attitude towards your health goal and environmental concern. Wink**
109103_1.jpg (6 documents, 6 total pages)Our health is our personal concern. It is up to us if we want to be healthy and remain healthy. It is basically our personal choices that help us live a healthy life.  Given a choice between an organic plant food garden and a conventional plan food garden, we know which one is the best for us and our loved ones. We don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that with Whitney Farms products, we can produce the best and healthy garden and help save the environment at the same time. So yes, let’s make it a goal to live healthy in a safe environment.

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