5 Ways Organic Food is Healthier For You

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Eating organic food is more than just a matter of taste — it can help you lead a healthier life. In fact, there’s evidence that organic produce has higher nutrient levels than conventional produce and that pesticides are linked to developmental issues in children. Organic farming practices have also been shown have an important role in fighting climate change and reducing your exposure to toxic heavy metals. So if you’re looking for one thing on your grocery list this year, make it: organics!

If you’re looking to start a healthier journey, it is important to differentiate fact from myth. That is why I also wrote this article debunking some keto diet myths and misconceptions you might have heard. I know that you will find it helpful!

Research suggests organic food has a higher nutrient level than conventional produce.

Organic foods are grown without pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), antibiotics or growth hormones. They’re also rich in antioxidants like vitamin C and E that can protect you from cancer by fighting free radicals in your body. Organic vegetables typically contain more vitamins than non-organic vegetables since they aren’t treated with as many chemicals during processing.

The best way to tell if something is organic is by looking at the label—but even if something doesn’t have an official USDA logo on it, don’t be afraid to ask questions! The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has put together some helpful tips for identifying organic foods:

Pesticides are linked to developmental issues in children

Pesticides are toxic to people and animals, so it’s important to make sure that you’re not exposing yourself or your family to them. Some pesticides are also linked with cancer, birth defects, developmental disorders in children and more serious illnesses like Parkinson’s disease.

Organic farming reduces pesticide use by avoiding synthetic chemicals entirely (except for salt). Instead of using pesticides that might harm the environment or people who don’t want them around their house/yard/schoolyard/gardens/etc., organic farmers rely on natural methods like crop rotation and composting rather than chemical fertilizers—which means less waste for everyone!

Organic farming practices can help fight climate change.

Plants that are exposed to more sunlight grow faster, so organic farming is more efficient than conventional methods. This means less energy is required and less carbon dioxide gets released into the atmosphere. In addition, organic methods produce higher yields per hectare which leads to less need for fertilizers and pesticides as well as less water consumption due to reduced evaporation from soil during cultivation (which occurs when plants are watered).

Organic food is not treated with synthetic hormones or antibiotics.

It does not contain any animal byproducts and must be grown without the use of pesticides, chemical fertilizers and artificial ingredients or preservatives.

In addition to making sure your organic foods are free from harmful chemicals, you should also look for foods that have been grown using natural methods instead of chemical fertilizers or pesticides. This means that they’re using methods such as cover crops (such as clover) that help prevent erosion by helping build soil fertility levels in their fields; no-till farming practices that allow seeds to remain covered while they germinate; crop rotations between certain types of plants depending on what needs tending (soil quality); planting seeds at different depths so they can grow up until harvest time.

Eating organic can decrease your exposure to toxic heavy metals.

Organic food is grown without synthetic pesticides, hormones or antibiotics. It’s also not irradiated, meaning that it can’t be treated with radiation like conventional foods are. This means that the natural chemicals in organic foods are less likely to be toxic than synthetic chemicals.

Organic farming does not use genetic modification (GM), which has been linked to potential harm for consumers and animals alike.

Organic food is worth the extra cost for the health benefits it provides.

When you think about it, organic food has many advantages over conventional produce. For one thing, it’s healthier: the pesticides used in conventional farming can be harmful to human health and the environment; by choosing organic produce, you’re reducing your exposure to these toxins. Organic farmers also use fewer chemicals since they don’t have access to synthetic pesticides or fertilizers that aren’t safe for humans or animals (or both). Plus, since organic farms are smaller than their non-organic counterparts—meaning less space for crop rotation between crops—they’re more sustainable in terms of soil quality and better able to protect their crops against pests and disease outbreaks that would otherwise devastate an entire field of traditional farms.


The benefits of organic food are too many to count. We hope that by reading this article, you’ve gained some insight into the ways in which organic foods are better for your health. For example, organic farming practices can help fight climate change and reduce the use of pesticides. Additionally, there is evidence suggesting that organic produce has a higher nutrient level than conventional produce. While eating organic might not be a necessity for keto or other diets, it can make a difference in how your body deals with the nutrients that you’re consuming. That is why i wrote an article going more in depth about if you should eat strictly organic on keto. Im sure you will find it helpful!


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