A Swedish study conducted a study by tracking the food of a regular family for 21 days and found “insecticides, fungicides, and plant growth regulator” in urine samples taken. And, when they changed their diet to a organic one after 21 days the results were startling. When you eat only organic food would things change?
Making the choice to eat healthier is the least we can do for ourselves, specially in these modern times where we can be struck by random diseases and our lifestyles encourage our immune system to be at its lowest. You have to ask yourself ‘what are the elements of my current routine that I can change and quickly’. One of the easiest to achieve is changing to a mostly clean or ‘organic’ diet.
According to different studies and reports, an organic lifestyle is healthier because of the following reasons:
Living an organic lifestyle means living in a way that is healthful for the person and for the environment. Choosing an organic lifestyle means that you are choosing a path that provides a sustainable, healthy future for yourself and the future generations. Organic living is a method that makes people be open and support a more sustainable approach in farming and consumption of goods.
Adopting a organic lifestyle has several choices for you to make.
Eating food that is grown without the use of chemicals not only contributes to personal health, it also reduces the negative impact on the planet. Food that is produced using chemical insecticides, herbicides and harmful fertilizers ultimately affects the environment by soaking into the soil and and being deposited into the ground water, lakes and streams. By demanding organically produced food, we need to send a strong message that chemically processed food is unmarketable. When that happens, growers will depend less and less on harmful additives that contaminate our food supply.
The one place you are most helpless is when you fall sick or someone you love does so. Prevention is better than care. So, take the right decisions. Stay healthy and embrace organic!