A man with lymphoma was referred to MD Anderson. It was 2012. As treatment began, one of the health professionals recommended he switch to a diet of organic foods. Even without proof, medical and healthcare professionals were beginning to believe the chemicals used in food processing were harming – even killing – us.
Now There’s Proof
In 2018, the Journal of American Medicine (JAMA) released a report stating you can protect yourself from cancer by eating organic foods. When this study was completed it was verified that 25% of the subjects were less likely to develop cancer than subjects eating less or no organic food.
“Specifically,” said the report, “Those who primarily eat organic foods were more likely to ward off non-Hodgkin lymphoma and postmenopausal breast cancer compared to those who rarely or never ate organic foods.” The lymphoma number was even higher. Organic foods seemed to lower the risk of non-Hodgkins lymphoma by 73%. That’s huge.
Greek Organic Products
Genetically modified crops have been linked to insulin regulation resistance, infertility, immune problems, as well as digestive and gastrointestinal changes. The majority of crops grown in the U.S. are genetically modified. But since 2004, Greece began the fight against GMO (genetically modified organism) crops; they won that fight in 2015 and now chemical-free Greek organic products are available worldwide.
The Divine Taste of Greek Organic Products in the U.S.A.
A diet rich in Greek organic products may very well be the healthiest in the world. The sustainable properties and nutritional excellence of these foods can contribute to mental alertness, a reduction in anxiety and depression, benefit type 2 diabetics, and offer protection against chronic and heart diseases.
Greek organic products will soon become staples in U.S. households because they are becoming plentiful and yet affordable! Here’s a recipe using 100% wild organic herbs.
Herbed Pork Roast
When the sea wind touches the hills of Limnos,
the rich musky aroma of thyme spreads over the island.
- 10-12 pound pork butt roast(s)
- 6 Tbsp. flour
- 2 Tbsp. wild, organic Greek Thyme
- 2 Tbsp. wild, organic Greek Oregano
- 2 Tbsp. wild, organic Greek Sage (Stems may be included; we recommend using as-is. If desired, use a small food chopper to create a different texture.)
- 1 bunch fresh Rosemary or 2 Tbsp. dried
- 1 Tbsp. salt
- 1 Tbsp. coarsely ground pepper
- Hot Florina pepper spread for seasoning (Put this in small serving dishes for your guests who enjoy hot spices!)
- Blend the flour with all ingredients (except the meat and pepper spread) in a gallon-size plastic bag.
- Trim excess fat from your roast(s). Going with the grain, cut the pork into large, serving-size chunks.
- Add meats to bag and toss to coat. Place pieces in large pan/roasting container coated with cooking spray. It’s best if your pan has a lid; if not, tightly wrap with foil and place in oven or on the grill.
- Cook ½ hour at high heat (450°)
- Cook ½ hour at medium heat (300°-350°)
- Cook 6 hours at low heat (250°) or until internal temperature is 145°.
- Pork should rest 3 minutes before serving or be shredded immediately for sandwiches/sliders. If serving individual portions to guests, allow them to use the pepper spread as a garnish and at their discretion.
Hint: A sour cream sauce is a perfect accompaniment.
Organic foods are not only healthier; they are noticeably rich in taste and texture. You can smell the freshness like never before! You’ll be surprised at the affordability of GreekBioStore organic products. Contact us to learn more about using organic foods and products for better living.