Words like organic and natural have been tossed around for years in the food industry.
But, there's a new product line on the market.
Beyond Organic was founded based on the idea that everyone should have access to the healthiest food and beverages, not just those who can afford it.
Reporter Sarah Gustin visits with one of the first families in the state to make the lifestyle change.
The Dockter family has been eating organic for the past 12 years.
Nikki Dockter and her husband Thane recently introduced Beyond Organic products into their lives.
(Nikki Dockter/ Beyond Organics Marketer) "Getting this high pro biotic rich foods into our diet was something that we definitely needed to take our health to another level. Instead of getting probiotics in a pill powder form this is the raw best form you can get.
In November Beyond Organics launched a product line and Dockters were some of the first in the state to become Mission Marketers.
Dockter says the products aren't readily available in the stores because the founder Jordan Rubin wants to give the personal touch making sure those who make the lifestyle change know why they are.
Nikki says the products have high levels of healthy fats like omega threes and probiotics for a healthy digestive system.
(Nikki Dockter/ Beyond Organics Marketer) "The omega three's are higher in the hamburgers and the hot dogs than regular. his cattle feed on grass and herbs."
"Green fed" beef, hot dogs, raw cheese, probiotic flax feed, yogurt kefir drinks are a few of the products in the line up--products Dockters incorporate into their menu daily.
(Nikki Dockter/ Beyond Organics Marketer) "You can soak your nuts and greens in them to make them more digestible and probiotic rich and you can make probiotic pancakes and it doesn't make the taste any different in the morning my kids love amasi and granola for granola parfaits to start out the day."
Dockter says this organic way of living is a lifestyle change they don't plan on changing.
(Nikki Dockter/ Beyond Organics Marketer) "This is something we will have in our family for a lifetime passed on to our children."
North of Menoken for KX News, I am Sarah Gustin.
The founder of the company Jordan Rubin will be stopping in Bismarck in October to describe this new organic way of living.
For more information about Beyond Organic, Jordan's stop in Bismarck or if you would like to try some of the products you can visit nd beyond dot info or call the Dockters at 673-3500.