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Organic products are free from synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, and other potentially harmful substances that can damage your health and the environment.
Shop Organic and vote with your dollars for a less toxic environment and lifestyle by keeping dangerous chemicals out of natural environments: air, land, and water. Organic farming practices enrich and protect the soil for future generations.
Eating fresh, organically grown vegetables and fruits, whole grains and legumes may lower the risk of many types of cancers and chronic diseases, promote healthy aging, and support higher energy levels.
Eating Organic may require a little more effort, but the impact is great. More intake of whole foods helps people choose alternatives to heavily processed and refined foods. For those with the ability to do so, a great way to get fresh, organic vegetables is by growing them in your own potted or backyard garden. There is an added benefit to doing your own organic gardening: a renewed relationship with nature.
Choose Organic or pesticide-free foods whenever possible. In addition to local organic food markets, many grocers now offer organic food choices, and if they don’t already, request (or insist) that your local grocer carry more organic items.
I encourage EVERYONE with the means to do so, to purchase organic to help support farmers producing responsible and sustainable food. This action raises the likelihood that down the line better quality food may become more available people who currently have less access due to financial or location limitations.