We are what we actually eat, a body that consumes food on a daily basis accumulate elements that it needs in return, unfortunately, not all food that we eat is good food, what do I mean by that? When we go out and buy your food you are actually unaware of the origin of it and how it was cultured and process until it reaches to your nearest grocery store, all you see is how it was being prepared in a way that is marketable and pleasant to the eyes of the consumers. If we are going to rewind everything and go back to where the food is still going we will be able to see how it was being developed. For instance; your corn, there are corns now a days that are bombarded with pesticide to ensure its preservation (outward preservation) the corn absorbs the medicines that was used and from there it will remain mixed up with the corn’s characteristics and alter some of its traits. But that’s nothing, the worst part is when it reaches to your dining table and eat it with your loved ones.
Any food that is associated with chemicals will inherit the nature of that elements and would destroy the crop’s normal/nutritional traits and could damage the people consuming it. Let’s make this plain and simple, chemicals that are used as pesticides may not entirely destroy the crops, but it’s very harmful to people if it gets to our system. Recent studies however, discover that organic diet could reduce the levels of pesticide foot prints in our body.
The research was conducted by Dr. Liza Oates as part of her PhD project and supervised by Professor Marc Cohen from RMITs School of Health Sciences. It was supported in part by a donation to RMIT University from Bharat Mitra, co-founder of Organic India Pty Ltd..
Ive written many articles on pesticides, and have presented many studies that confirm the findings of this study. Below I took information from various articles and provided them for you to further your research. Id also like (Blackqouted)to mention that not long ago, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) raised the allowable concentrations of Monsantos Glyphosate on food crops, you can read more about that here.
A new groundbreaking discovery found that the most active ingredient in Monsantos bestselling herbicide Roundup is responsible for fueling breast cancer by increasing the number of breast cancer cells through cell growth and cell division.
Glyphosate exerted proliferative effects only in human …
When we live a balance life we only think of healthy diet and proper exercise, but how about the toxic chemicals that we unforcedly take inside our body through the food that we eat. It is always good to know that there are food (organic food) that combats bad elements inside our body.
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