Why Are Organic Products Better For Our Health



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The term organic refers to the way agricultural products are grown and manufactured, using reasonable practices and sustainable methods. They are free of harmful chemicals, which makes them the best option for both personal and planetary health.

The specific bio-farming methods used in the making of organic products promote biodiversity and recycling, thus making them a far more environmentally-friendly option and a smart choice for the consumer. There are a lot of health benefits that you shouldn’t overlook, so here are some of the most important reasons to start buying organic products today:

Organic skincare is gentler on the skin


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Thanks to their chemical-free formula, organic skincare products are much gentler on the skin than their non-organic counterpart, and are, therefore, much safer for everyday use. As our largest organ, the skin has the ability to quickly absorb anything we put onto it, which is why you should always avoid anything that contains harmful chemicals. Opt for organic alternatives to your usual products, especially when it comes to something you put all over your body – for example, a quality organic tan lotion will give you a truly healthy glow, and you don’t have to worry about any toxic ingredients wreaking havoc on your skin.

Organic makeup doesn’t contain fragrances


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Just like skincare, makeup products tend to contain strong scents which may smell heavenly, but could potentially be very harmful to your health. Fragrances in beauty products are not strictly regulated and can be quite damaging to your skin, especially if you are allergic to certain components which may not even be stated on the label. Health and beauty go hand in hand, so you should always choose organic makeup that’s completely free of synthetic fragrances. Things that are scented naturally are a much better alternative to conventional cosmetic products.

Organic food doesn’t contain chemicals


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Commercially grown food is full of harmful and poisonous chemicals, many of which were approved for widespread use before they were properly tested for long-term effects on our health, and officially deemed safe for everyday consumption. Thankfully, organically-grown food does not require the use of any dangerous chemicals for production, which makes it the safest and healthiest option for everyday use. Moreover, it generally tastes much better because well-nourished soil produces strong and healthy plants.

Organic food has more nutrients


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Because the soil is cared for with responsible and sustainable practices, organically-grown food tends to have a significantly higher value of nutritional components such as vitamins, minerals and enzymes, in comparison with commercially-grown food. Organic fruit and vegetables are also known to provide more magnesium, phosphorus, iron and vitamin C than their conventional counterparts, making them the healthiest option for everyday meals. Furthermore, organic food cannot be genetically modified in any way, which makes buying these products the best way to ensure no genetically-engineered food is a part of your diet.

Organic food is better for the environment


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If you want to eat more sustainably, then organic products are the best option, both for you and for the environment. Commonly used agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers and pesticides are contaminating the environment, poisoning water supplies and destroying fertile farmland. Thankfully, organic farming does not allow the use of dangerous chemicals and toxins, but requires responsible management of healthy soil and promotes biodiversity. Organic farming preserves the soil and keeps the farmland healthy, while the absence of toxins preserves the ecosystem. 

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