Why to avoid inorganic food?

Mar 22 , 2020

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Deepika Sharma

Why to avoid inorganic food?

“You are what you eat”, or so they say.  What we eat gets reflected on our body directly. Our body absorbs the vital nutrients, protein, fats, carbohydrates and minerals from the food we eat. Hence it becomes essential that our food is enriched in these essentials.

In this fast paced 21st century, there is a lot of pressure on our body to perform at multiple levels. The increased level of stress, competition and changing lifestyle is challenging our body like never before. To add on to this, the increased level of toxic substance in our body through the surroundings and the food we consume has only worsened the condition.

This has resulted in a weaker immune system and hence decreased capability of our body to fight diseases, even the common ones. With a higher chance of catching diseases and increased cost of medical facilities, we are spending an enormous amount of our hard earned money on medical bills than we ever used to.

We can’t control the cost of medical facilities, or the 21st century challenges, but we can surely control what we consume.

Problems with inorganic food

  1. High level of harmful chemicals
    Inorganic food consists of a high level of harmful chemicals. These chemicals cause harmful effects such as weakening the central nervous system, depression, insomnia, cancer, asthma, alziemers, and much more. The chemicals affect almost all the parts of the body of not just humans but of other living organisms as well. A study conducted in 2014 shows that Indians consume 40 times more toxic chemicals than an average American does per day.

  2. Low nutritional value
    Inorganic food tends to have lower nutritional value compared to organically grown food. The required amount of essentials for our body is not satisfied by inorganic food. This affects the health and growth of our body.

  3. Unnatural taste
    There is a stark difference in taste of organic food and inorganic food. Inorganic food tastes much bland and tasteless compared to the naturally grown counterpart.

  4. Effect on environment
    The chemicals used in production of inorganic food affects the environment by contaminating the soil, water and air. It adversely affects the organisms living in the environment and disrupts the complete ecosystem. It kills birds, animals, insects and other organisms which are important for the sustenance of our ecosystem.

Organic food not only counters these problems but in fact has a positive effect on everything. It is the most natural means of growing food, which is closest to nature.

At OrganicDukaan, we provide 100% authentic organic products. Join us today and fight against the harmful effects of the inorganic products.


1 Comments

  • 22 Mar 2020 प्रकाश शर्मा

    Above article is very true. There are numbers of reasons why we should consume only organic food but for that we also had to make our mind to pay proper amount to the producers. Without appropriate cost how can we expect quality food ?


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