Go Organic, Go Healthy The term ‘Organic’ refers to the way in which farmers grow and process the agricultural products such as the fruits, vegetables, dairy products and meat. They are grown in safe soil, away from medications, artificial fertilizers or any deadly chemical pesticides. Natural fertilizers like manure and compost are used which are the reasons behind the benefits the organic food provides. With the rise in illness and increasing health hazards people have become more aware and conscious about healthy self improvement needs. Apart from keeping the human body healthy, organic foods also keep the environment healthy by protecting neighboring plants and animals from chemicals, reducing soil and water pollution.
All About the Organic Diet Contents: What is organic food? Organic vs Conventional (farming) Organic vs Conventional (meat and dairy) Are the nutrients in regular food and organic food the same? Pros and Cons Why do people choose to maintain an organic diet? One world factor What is organic food? When you hear ‘Organic’, you might think of healthy, nutritious food, but that’s not what it means.
There are people who believe that by eating organic food, they are giving themselves better nutrition. However this nutritional value has been contested over the years. Recently, a research team from the Newcastle University has released findings that may give even more momentum to the booming organic food
Many people are also concerned with preserving nature and the planet. They demand organically grown food. Organic food has more of the antioxidant compounds linked to better health than regular and inorganic food, and lower levels of toxic metals and pesticides Organic farming and agriculture aims to produce food while establishing an ecological balance to prevent soil fertility or pest problems. Organic farming is done in a way where - organic food production eliminates soil and water from contaminating. Since organic food production strictly avoids the use of all synthetic chemicals which are artificial and not of a natural origin, it does not pose any risk of soil and underground water contamination like inorganic farming which uses tons of artificial fertilizers and pesticides.
These seeds are resistant to pesticides and have the ability to grow in harsh conditions, which is why they have their use has increased. More and more plants are becoming genetically modified and soon all plants may have some trace of genetic modification. “GMO free” labels are also not accurate because they product most likely contains GMOs but they are small traces that are not counted. Chipotle Mexican Grill uses meat from cows that eat genetically modified corn despite their “G M Over it” campaign and claims of being GMO free (Aubrey para 6). The FDA is not able to test for small traces of genetic modification or the presence of all GM or GE ingredients (Wunderlich and Gatto 7).
Rhetorical Analysis: Organic Farming In his article, “Organic Farming Healthier, More Efficient than Status Quo”, Anurag Muthyam, argues organic farming is a better farming method than conventional farming. He does so by first asking the audience where their food comes from drawing their interest into the topic. Throughout the article, Muthyam tells his audience about the potential good that can arise with choosing organic farming over conventional farming. Muthyam also explains the general concept of what is organic farming in the third paragraph after hooking the audience by telling them where their food comes from and how it is produced. After introducing the concept of organic farming, the author goes on to compare and contrast organic farming versus conventional farming.
Description: Most farming today is done through the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides but organic farming is a more sustainable option, and with some intelligent choices, can also feed the planet. Title: 10 Reasons Why You Should Be Organic Article: An ever increasing world population and the increasing demand for food to feed this growing population has led to agricultural practices that increasingly make use of artificial substances. Most farming today is done through the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides as it has long been assumed that natural or organic farming can no longer sustain the demand. While the jury is still out on the above debate, we believe that not only is organic based farming a more sustainable option and is better for us and the environment, but it can, with some intelligent choices, also feed the planet. Here are 10 reasons to say yes to organic: 1.
Organic vs. Inorganic in food and textiles. In context organic –whether it is in textiles or foods- is natural, non- processed, has no pesticides and chemicals and is better for you and the environment but in theory is this true? This review will look at what organic food and textiles entails as well as their pros, cons, effects on the environment and our health to help prove that organic foods and inorganic foods barely differ as a whole product. From my survey graphs it was seen that 2 out of 30 people questioned did not know the difference between organic and inorganic foods and that 17 out of 30 people questioned did not know the difference between organic and inorganic textiles. so definitions have been provided.
Hope that everyone besides me and the person who loves me can have a longer life and enjoying their life by eating in a correct and healthy way. This research is about the health benefit of organic food towards consumer when they consume. Therefore, there are few important elements about organic food which are the health, environment, nutritional value and also the flavour and freshness. Besides that, in Malaysia, there are more people that pay attention to the organic food and the organic farm, organic restaurant, organic shop that exist in these few years, likes GK organic farm, Cameron farm, organic home, BMS organic and many more. Moreover, during the last year, I had a chance to go to visit GK organic farm which is the organic farm in Kuala Lumpur to see what the real organic farm is.
Review of Literature Consumption of Organic Products According to Dumea (2012), food consumption patterns are changing rapidly nowadays. Issues such as environmental awareness, nutritional value of food and health concern have influences the consumer’s food purchase decision. Therefore, factors such as environmental concern, concern for health and knowledge about organic food have become the main motivations for consuming organic products. This statement is supported by several studies which have concluded that consumers buy organic products are due to organic products are healthier, safer, better tastes, better quality and also more environmentally friendly compared to conventional products. Despite the bright side, factors such as high price,