Eating organic food and maintaining a nutritious diet are key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Though some prefer non-organic products as these are cheaper, switching to all-natural and organic foods may prove to be more cost efficient in the long run given their health benefits.
The use of antibiotics is banned in organic agriculture but is still common in conventional animal rearing.
Using antibiotics in agricultural settings can add to the development of antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria that can be passed on to humans.
Improved heart condition
Leafy green vegetables, whole grains, and fruits that are grown organically and without the use of harmful chemicals and fertilizers have a high potential to keep an individual’s heart healthy.
Organic foods boost the immune system as you get the full value of vitamins and minerals minus the foreign chemicals.
Lower levels of toxic chemicals
A study at the University of California found that eating organically-grown food for just one week can significantly reduce the levels of pesticides within the body. Researchers found the levels of toxins decreased by an average of 60.5 percent after six days of eating organic food.
Exposure to pesticides has been linked to many adverse health outcomes, including asthma, infertility, hormone imbalances, autoimmune disorders, and impaired cognitive development.
This is why Basics and Organic strives to provide all-natural and organic food products to everyone. Products include frozen meat, grains, and condiments with no preservatives added, no chemical reactions, and no herbicides, germicides, and pesticides.
All products have their own certification from each manufacturer and supplier and are tagged as USDA Certified. Basics and Organic also categorize its coffee, maple syrup, and ketchup as pure and 100 percent organic.
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