What Does Organic Means ?
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An estimated 40% of antibiotics and related drugs produced in the India are given to farm animals, most of which are not sick. This leads to the evolution of bacteria that are antibiotic resistant,1 causing one of the most pressing public-health problems of the 21st century.
60% of herbicides, 90% of fungicides, and 30% of insecticides are potentially carcinogenic, according to the EPA.2
Fertilizer run-off has contributed to an 8,000 square mile “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico, killing tons of fish through oxygen deprivation.
Foods for ThoughtsMany but necessary thing is to pay for what, you can live not only a healthy but also a long life
More studies were showing results that antioxidants tend to have more of an impact when they come from organic foods. This may be due to the fact that foreign chemicals are not negatively interacting with the different vitamins, minerals, and organic compounds that are so essential for the positive impact of fruits and vegetables in the prevention of things like cancer, heart disease, premature aging, vision problems, and cognitive malfunction
Resistence to Antibiotics
- Actually less than 1% of pesticides reaches to pests
- 99% enters the environments or comes in hierarchy of food chain
While Organic food growers farmers do not use antibiotics in their processes. Not even the land water is contaiminated by any chemicals
Reduce Pesticides impact
our daily food have enough quantity of pesticides which can bring us more illnesas and bad health.In order to keep crops from being attacked by the natural world, including bugs, pesticides are required. Although they do a good job keeping certain pests away from the crops, they also are composed of powerful chemicals like organophosphorus. This is an unnatural mineral compound that is not required by humans, but more than 80% of this material in our bodies comes from eating pesticide-coated foods. Organophosphorus has been connected to a number of developmental problems, including autism and ADHD, so those organic food lovers do have a pretty strong argument in this case. To be fair, many people do choose to go organic to make sure that their children grow up healthy and unaffected by the toxins of the world during their developmental years.
In recent decades, one of the biggest projects for farmers and food growers has been genetic modification. Making tomatoes six times larger might sound like a possible option for solving some world hunger issues, but there is another side to it. Genetic modification is still in its early stages, so the long-term effects of it on human health aren’t understood as well as we would like. In animal testing genetically modified food showed a major reduction in immune system strength, an increase in birth mortality, as well as in certain sexual dysfunctions, cancers, and sensitivity to allergens. Although there are some good things about genetically modified food, organic food advocates point to the lack of concrete details about the long-term effects.
Our farmes were using those lands on no chemicals have been used since human race had started cultivation. So not the stream flowing out and even nor the air is going to pollute by any means
Some people strongly believe that organic food tastes better than non-organic food. The prominent reason for this belief is that it is produced using organic means of production. Furthermore, organic food is often sold locally, resulting in availability of fresh produce in the market, which usually does taste better than produce that has been frozen, shipped, and transported across long distances.