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This is our comment policy for both the blog AND our Facebook page.

We love our readers and interacting with them, but with such a large audience we’re bound to ruffle some feathers from time to time. If we disturb you please know there are plenty of other places for you to go find like-minded people.

This purpose of this website is to provide resources, recipes, and information that will help others cut out processed food. We very much value our reader feedback, even if it’s the opposing viewpoint, but if you’d like to add to the conversation please take care to do so in a respectful manner.

Any reader comments (both on the blog or Facebook) that fall into one of the following categories will be deleted and the user may be banned indefinitely.

  1. Negative and not adding value
  2. Rude
  3. Off topic
  4. Profane
  5. Spam
  6. Otherwise inappropriate

We’ve worked hard to build this community and would like to keep it a happy place. So in summary…please respect the opinions of others and save the drama for your mama! And if you do get banned, don’t take it personally. With the Facebook growth lately we’re having to clean house with a heavy hand (again, all in an effort to keep this a happy place for our valued readers).

Also you need to read what our lawyer has to say about user conduct here.

 

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70 comments to Comment Policy

  • Debbie

    Another big Thank You. We have changed our eating since finding your blog. My children are eating majority of “real foods” now, and I will continue till I make it 100%.

    I love your recipes, and have tried many!!

    Thank you for the daily reminders, and recipes. You are helping many families.

  • Hi Lisa– Yes, like others have said– for every instance someone takes the time to say something rude or profane just remember that your blog has changed someone’s life (including mine and my family’s) positively. I’ll never understand why people feel slinging mud via the internet is an okay thing to do. Keep up the good work.

  • Susan

    I love your website so thank you for all that you do. I have gotten a lot of great ideas and recipes to help add more variety to my family’s diet. Keep up the great work and here’s to clean eating!

  • Jenna

    I just wanted to say thank you. Your website has inspired me to take a closer look at what my family and I were eating. I have been able to drastically change how they eat with out them noticing much of a difference.

  • Kelli

    Thank you for all the information you and your team provides! My husband and I love reading all of your articles. My genes are unfortunately not the best and after I found out I have the mutated brca1 gene, I decided that was it and we would be completely changing our lifestyle for our little girls sake and future health! We have been going strong for a year, my husband lost 40 lbs and I lost 30. We are healthy, have more energy and try to pass on your website to everyone who comes in contact with us! Also, thank you for the children lunch ideas because those help tremendously as well! Keep up these amazing things you all are doing!

  • Jessica

    Thank you to you and all who have made this website possible!! I truly hope you are strong enough not to let the negative feedback discourage you from what you are doing. As the others said, ya’all are changing lives in the best way possible… Educating!! You are giving people the knowledge to make the decision for themselves how they want to eat. Of course, it’s not for everyone, and those who strongly disagree have the right to disagree but should still behave in a civil manner. PLEASE don’t let those few folks discourage you. My family is just within reach of being processed food free and we couldn’t have done it without you, your tips, and the recipes. Blessings to you all, and keep up the inspiring work you do!!

  • Elisa

    Lisa, I am so thankful for your blog and have been sad to see some negative comments lately. I’ve always found you to be incredibly down to earth and approachable. Like so many others, your blog has changed my life. We’ve always eaten well, and shop at Trader Joes and our amazing local coop. But, we still ate a ton of organic junk food – tons of chips, boxed Mac and cheese, and bread with a million ingredient and too many condiments. I was definitely guilty of thinking if I bought it at the coop, then it’s an healthy option. Just a month or so into eating mostly real food, I feel amazing, my family looks great and we’re super happy with stepping things up a notch. Thank you so much for making us aware of what’s really in our food and helping us make the best possible choices. What you’re doing is so important. Hang in there and don’t let the naysayers get you down.

  • Jen

    I love your posts. Even though I know it may be impossible to completely cut out all processed foods from my life in part because of a busy lifestyle and in part because there are just some things that I cannot do myself(homemade Oreos for instance) you have provided so many tips and tricks and information in general that have helped me cut processed foods from my everyday diet. Having a son with food allergies means earring less processed food is a necessity and being informed about the food we buy is the first step to making this a reality.

    • Ana

      I agree with you about the oreos. However, even though they are processed shaws supermarket has some of their organic brand that are pretty yummy. I believe Shaws is owned by Osco incase you don’t live near a Shaws.

  • Lynne

    Hi Lisa, I just wanted to say that i came across your website a couple of weeks ago, whilst looking at changing my diet to ‘real food’ and being a little a little nervous about it, was really pleased to see your mini challenges, and started with the eat fruit/veg at every meal one. I was so impressed with how i felt, and how easy it was that I jumped right in, and have completely overhauled what i am eating – but if it wasnt for you and this website, i would still be reading about it, and thinking i wish i could do that!! i check in every day, and try out different recipes, and although i am in the uk, so we dont have the same shops as you, and i sometimes have to google ingredients, cos we call it something different, i think it is a most amazing tool, and i am so greatful for all your hard work, and sharing your families food habits so openly. I sometimes see the negative comments on here, and am shocked that people can be so judgemental, but dont let them spoil the amazing work that you do. Thank you from the botto of my heart.

  • Carey Coming

    Thank you so much for all of your hard work. You have been such an inspiration for me and my family. You have truly changed out lives!

  • Becky

    Lisa, I thank you too! You and “FoodBabe” have gotten me to really examine what I am putting in front of my family. I’m not where I want to be yet, but your posts are helpful, encouraging, and inspiring. Thank you for your research. You are appreciated in Wisconsin!

  • Jill

    Keep up all the hard work! I absolutely love your website!!

  • Kelley

    TO repeat what many others have said – thank you for this terrific website!! Thanks for all your hard work – the information that you share has been tremendously useful to my family and many others! Disregard the few malcontents and carry on!!

  • Kathy

    Thanks for everything you do to promote healthy eating. My kids are all grown up and I have 12 grand kids. I use this site for my own eating ideas. I am a two time cancer survivor and like the healthy recipes.

  • Adriann

    This site is awesome. I have used lots of the ideas or I have used them as jumping off points for things that I use in our home. I am a Mom of 2 teenage girls and I work full time so basicly I have 2 full time jobs. Even some of the ideas that you have for younger children can be used to figure out ways to help my daughters eat a healthy lunch. It is crazy how many teens skip eating breakfast and lunch. I have been trying to teach our girls how to eat healthy and to love themselves. Thank you for helping make it easier. I even get them to look through this site to find their own ideas for healthy breakfasts and lunches. Suppers are a sitdown share your day kind of thing as often as we are able so we make them together and look at covering half of our plates with veggies 1/4 with carb and 1/4 with protein.It is good for them to know that eating is a good thing and they are putting fuel in their bodies so they can do fun stuff :) Anyhoo I guess I went the long way around but I just wanted to say thank you

  • Terry Bolo

    I am not able to comment at all on your site, so unless that is restored, i will leave the page. I am a respectful fb user, and do not engage in, or tolerate rudeness, and name calling.

  • Amy Barker

    I love the information, facts and tips that are presented on your site. I think it’s when the opinions get introduced that problems arise. I was just telling a friend today, before I saw this, that I was considering getting off your page because of the judgements expressed. I think it is awesome that you are informing the public about these chemicals and products being our food. I am a very healthful eater but I still feel “ashamed” at eating something after reading one or two of your posts and I should never feel that way. Just present the facts and I will be a faithful follower!

    • Amy Barker

      oh boy – I messed up! This isn’t the site I was meaning to post on. Sorry. But I do love your content. I have nothing at all to say!

  • Melissa

    Seems like no matter where you go on the internet, there are always those people who feel free to make snarky, sometimes downright viscous comments.

  • Madeleine

    Do people really leave nasty inappropriate comments? I’ve never seen one or maybe I pay no attention because my crack-pot drama queen radar is very good. Love your site, your vision, your intention……

  • Tricia Bosker

    I am enjoying this site !, I have a question about the
    Yogurt/ Popsicle tubes…
    How are you filling the yogurt into the tubes ?

  • Assistant to 100 Days (Amy)

    Hi Tricia. Are you asking about the silicone smoothie/freezie pop containers? ~Amy

  • wendy

    Are you aware of any “lists” available regarding foods (whole or processed) that are genetically modified?

    Thank you!

    Wendy

  • Assistant to 100 Days (Amy)

    Hi Wendy. Here are a couple really useful sites: http://www.nongmoproject.org/ and http://www.nongmoshoppingguide.com/. ~Amy

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