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Organic, Good and Guiltless

by FisherJournal

 - Tue, Jul 27 2010
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I can't begin to count the times I've sat in front of my favorite breakfast entree, buttery pancakes or thick slices of moist french toast drenched in high fructose corn syrup with a side of eggs and hash browns. Of course I never hesitate to indulge and afterward regret the bulge in my stomach and the temptation to cease the day and head home for a heavy nap. My husband and I have been serious about our health and fitness for more than a year now and are making our way over to the organic side of life. Now, we only resort to that type guilty pleasure on what is called our "free day". Definition: No exercise and plenty of guilty food without the guilty emotions. Still, even on our free day I don't want to feel like I'm carrying a heavy load after just one meal.

I started doing research on healthy eateries in the Northwest that focus on tasty entrees, with "good for you" ingredients and an organic twist. I found a piece of organic heaven at an all organic cafe in good ole Seattle. Of course my husband and I had our favorite breakfast entrees only this time everything on the menu was organic and super delicious. Believe it or not, there is a major difference eating an organic meal verses a conventional meal. Since organic food eliminates synthetic materials in their ingredients, you walk away from your meal feeling satisfied but not stuffed.

The organic side of life is so good. Now you can expect to see me host my new show featuring healthy eateries in the Northwest with an organic flavor. Coming Soon!

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