Health & Beauty

How to Wash Your Food

Our mothers reminded us growing up to wash our fruits and veggies.  Did we do it?  Um, did we even eat that stuff as a kid?  The answer is probably no to both.

Let’s take a minute to think about what can possibly be on our food.  Take a tomato for example.  Imagine all the hands it goes through from the time it is picked to the time it gets to your grocery bags.  There are workers who touch them, the grocery store employee and all the shoppers who touch that tomato but don’t eventually purchase it.  Now think of all the germs that can be found on their hands.  Gross.  Besides being touched, your food can likely be covered in pesticides, fungicides, dirt, debris, and surface waxes.  And washing them with water is just not going to cut it.

Eat Cleaner is a great product that can help you get rid of the toxic outer coating found on a lot of your food.  Their products are made of a blend of fruit acids, plant-based cleaners and antioxidants.  The best part is the all-natural product gets rid of the bad stuff without affecting the taste of your fruits and veggies.  Eat Cleaner kills E.coli and Salmonella within two minutes, inhibits browning and helps produce to stay fresh longer.  They're also easy to take with you: available in wipes, ready-to-use sprays and concentrates.  And what’s easier than wipes?