What you can do: Avoid processed foods; buy food from people who produce it close to your home.
What you can do: Learn the ins and outs of COOL; buy organic and shop at farmer’s markets.
What you can do: Avoid recalled brands; buy organic or sustainable whole food products produced close to home.
What you can do: Call your water-system authority to figure out your H20 supply’s perchlorate levels, especially if you live near a military defense contractor or discharge site. Consider installing a reverse-osmosis filter.
What you can do: Avoid energy drinks with more than 80 mg of caffeine per serving. Steer clear of energy drinks containing herbal concoctions.
What you can do: Opt for algae supplements or eat safer species of fish.
What you can do: If eating out, avoid peanut butter or ask what brand is used. Shop carefully and follow food safety guidelines in the kitchen.
What you can do: Consider avoiding processed foods containing peanut butter until the FDA gets a handle on the outbreak, especially if you’re in the vulnerable group.
What you can do: Buy organic meat from local farmers who raise their animals in pastures.
What you can do: Avoid HFCS if you’re in a mercury-sensitive group; pressure lawmakers and food makers to change the situation.