Join the Horizon Dairy Healthy Families Conversations

As a Horizon Organics community leader I am lucky to be part of a great community that focuses on healthy families. I know that means a lot of different things. That’s why we have a number of different conversations you can share your thoughts, insight and expertise with.

Check out these new conversations from my community


How Often Do You Eat Out?
With busy schedules, it’s not always easy to have a home cooked
meal. When that happens, it usually means going out to dinner or
getting take-out.
Sometimes I’m super organized and we can do weeks without going
out to eat. Other times, 4pm comes around so quickly and there’s
still so much that … read more…

Super Simple Breakfast
Take half an avocado, scoop out part of the inside (and the pit)
to create a larger “well”, break an egg into the avocado and broil
for 3-5m in the oven.  Yummy!!
Do you have any super simple breakfast ideas??

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What Foods do you choose to buy Organic?
Over here at Horizon, we are always curious to hear what foods
families always buy organic. Do you follow the rule of the “The
Dirty Dozen” or but what is on sale? Our consulting pediatrician,
Dr. Greene, provides his list of the Top 10 Foods to Choose
Organic. What do you always choose for your… read more…

Have you ever done a juice cleanse?
My husband and I are determined to do a juice cleanse. I want to
do 3 days, he wants to do 30. I think that’s nuts, and I give him a
week tops, but have you ever done a juice cleanse?

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LIVE CHAT! Tuesday, February 21st (1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST) Let’s Talk Gardening!

This is my paternal great-grandmother, Maria Toth, among the
young grape vines growing alongside her garden in
Just look at those hands.  She was green before organic was
even cool.
I come from a long line of dirt diggers — my father was a
landscaper, my grandfather and … read more…
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