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Max Goldberg: Living Organic by Living Maxwell

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The fight for organic and the fight against genetic engineering is one tough battle. There are many people who sincerely talk the talk and walk the walk. One of my favorite organic advocates, activist and Organic Good Food Friends, is Max Goldberg. Max started LivingMaxwell.com in December 2009. Max’s organic food blog gives readers useful information about the best products, news, trends, and legislation, and provides interviews with the industry's leading CEOs. His blog focuses on his passion for organic food as a means to educate people about its importance and to inspire others to live a healthier lifestyle. Readers follow Max on his journey to eating organic after a long personal battle with high-stress, depression and self-destructive behavior, including his decision to quit Prozac, an antidepressant he had been taking for more than a decade. Later this year, Max will be publishing a memoir, which describes his nearly 11 years on antidepressants and what happened when he went off of the medication in 2001. A former Wall Street investment banker, Max quit drinking in 1999, cigarettes in 2000 and antidepressants in 2001. He has never relapsed once on any of those three. His mission with LivingMaxwell.com is to inspire people to change their relationship with food and to educate people about the importance of eating organic. Max has been profiled and quoted in The Huffington Post and The Chicago Tribune. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer will speak to Max Goldberg, organic advocate, activist and organic good food friend. We will discuss the current issues the organic industry faces including the highly controversial decision by the USDA to deregulate genetically engineered alfalfa which is going to open Pandora’s box for all things organic. Stay tuned!

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