Monthly Archives: January 2014


Your Food, Your Blood, and Your Health

Ok, we’re not trying to gross anyone out here on a Monday, but could the key to a healthier you be in the blood? Here at the 3B (BerryBreezeBlog), we’re always looking for insight into the relationship between a healthy diet and a higher quality of life, and recently we’ve come across a dietary approach …

3 Ways NAFTA Changed How We Eat

This month marks the 20th anniversary of the signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA. This sweeping legislation has virtually changed the way we eat fruits and vegetables. Before NAFTA, the produce you would find available at your local grocery store was whatever was seasonal and grown relatively close to where you …

5 Tips for Avoiding the Winter Doldrums

It’s officially the middle of winter, and it can be a real difficult time for lots of people. The holiday season is over, with all the parties, good food, and fun things to do, and January ends up being the month where some of us fall into a gloomy rut due to the cold weather, …

We Should Know What’s in the Food We Eat

It’s hard to really know what goes into our food these days. As we’ve covered before, there are literally hundreds of non-organic ingredients allowed under the current USDA organic certification. While their is no policy at the Federal level regarding GMO-labeling for food, states like Vermont, Connecticut, and Maine have taken steps to require food …

Things We Love: Whole Foods

Ok, we’re going to be up front with you here: we are BIG fans of Whole Foods. As advocates of an organic, sustainable lifestyle that’s good for our health and the planet, we just love that there’s a supermarket chain out there that shares our commitment to responsible commerce, enriching peoples’ lives in healthy ways, …

A Fresh New Year!

The end of the year is always a time to reevaluate, reassess, and of course, make resolutions for the New Year. Smokers hope to finally kick the habit, couch potatoes invest in a gym membership, and some may even resolve to finally stop lending that deadbeat friend or relative money. Whether they have to do …