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How are you cleaning your fresh produce?

This photo was taken by me in my kitchen, and is unfiltered.

They are two heads of organic broccoli. The broccoli on the left was washed with water and dried. The broccoli on the right was soaked for 2 minutes in the Thieves Fruit & Veggie soak and then rinsed and dried.

See the difference?

I have repeated this many times, and in front of a live audience and the results are ALWAYS the same! This soak literally changes the colour vibrancy of your fruit & veg just by removing the harmful residue that remains even after you wash it with water.

Even organic produce has surface pollutants. Even organic produce is sprayed with "non toxic and natural" pesticides, and washing it with water does not get rid of all the surface residue.

You can soak in apple cider vinegar and bicarb, but how long do you soak for? Do you soak apples longer than broccoli? Who knows exactly how much this actually cleans? Has anyone ever checked this? Do we have any microscopic evidence that confirms this method actually works?

I've looked, and the short answer is no.

Young Living's Thieves Fruit & Veggie soak has been scientifically proven to work on removing all harmful residue from the outside of your produce.

It does not alter the taste of your produce. It only requires 2 minutes of soaking. All produce is soaked for the same period of time. The ingredients are 100% plant based and completely non toxic. You use 1 1/2 tablespoons per litre of water.

We know this because it has been tested in a lab using a microscope and it works, every time.

It could not be any simpler.

Reach out if you want to try this, or any other of Young Living's amazing products.

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