Rid Produce of Parasites and Pesticides With This Simple Trick (Video)

Health, Uncategorized

(N.Morgan) In today’s world, our environment is constantly being bombarded with pesticides used in farming and ultimately it is affecting our health and the quality of our food.

One issue we face when consuming our favorite fruits and vegetables is whether they`re completely free of pesticides, chemicals and other dirt that can be found on their skin and peel.

Not to mention these pesticides may also be responsible for the Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) we’ve seen in the bee world in recent years.

So how can we ensure our food is as clean and pesticide/parasite free as possible?

One natural and simple solution is using Apple Cider Vinegar as a cleansing agent..

I’ve discussed in previous articles the amazing uses for this miracle vinegar.

From hair care, to medical care, this vinegar is an all around champion of health.

How to Clean Fruits and Vegetables 


– 8 cups of water

– 2 Tablespoons apple cider vinegar


1.  Fill a large bowl with about 8 cups of water. Add in 2 Tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and your fruits and vegetables. 

2. Let sit for about 15 minutes.  After 15 minutes, gently scrub, rise, dry and enjoy!

The video below demonstrates the proper way to cleans fruits and veggies and to kill off any parasites and pesticides that are on the produce.

Using the activated charcoal will destroy any residue of pesticides that are still lingering on your produce.

The ACV will kill parasites and their larvae.

The soak should be 10 minutes each. Wash produce between soaks…


How To Properly Wash Fruits And Veggies To Kill Parasites [VIDEO]





Healthy Wealthy And Wise



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