Why Organic?





Organic Food has more Nutrition

Rutgers University Study

Rutgers University has published a report entitled, "Variations in Mineral Content in Vegetables" (Firman E. Bear report), the summary of which is printed below. In this study, the inorganic vegetables were purchased at a standard supermarket and are compared with organic vegetables grown in naturally fertilized soil.

CONCLUSION: Commercially grown, inorganic vegetables are very low in mineral and trace mineral content.  



When Should You Buy Organic?
Free Guide Ranks Pesticide Contamination of Fruits and Vegetables
ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING GROUP www.ewg.org/  


1 comment:

  1. It is risky to consume inorganic food because of the increasing amount of pesticides, insecticides, and other chemicals to increase fruits/vegetables growth. Health conscious people should choose Organic fruits and vegetables.

    Thank you, M. Isis for this informative article.

    Best Regards,
    Mantis Hugo

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