What are the top 5 reasons to purchase organic produce?
Organic produce is usually more expensive, so why pay more?
1. better for the body
2. tastes better
3. better for the environment
To minimize exposure to pesticides
To avoid GMOs (organic growers typically avoid using GMO seed)
Prevents constipation and acidity
Good for digestion
The taste is much better
pleasing to the eye
cost more but well worth what you pay
To lower sugar intake. To tid our body of toxic chemicals from processed foods. To provide better immunity. Avoidance of pesticides used in growing foods. The nutritional benefits are much higher.
Support organic farmers so more organic produce can be produced more cheaply.
Reduction of unnatural chemical intake.
Healthy food helps to heal while other food robs you of energy.
Better mental and emotional health (which can result in greater ability to make money so it becomes easier to afford organic produce).
Cheaper than a heart attack (or cancer).
- There are only 5??? :-D
Purchasing organic produce has many positive outcomes. It saves energy, supports small industry, and our environment, and it is healthier too. Buy Organic. read more
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