Natural Health Maintained with 5 Organic Foods to Enhance the State of your Health

July 3, 2010 by  
Filed under Organic Foods

Needing to enhance the state of your health or to keep it in a good shape is it necessary to go organic choosing the food items that have raised prices? The real thing here is that not too many people are aware of how many toxins they have out inside their bodies once their daily diet brought in fat and sugar, also low in fiber with content of chemicals and process treated food.

All these have caused the emergence of toxin levels inside the body which needs to work more in trying to eliminate these harmful elements. If not, then they are already absorbed causing a lot of disorders, diseases, not to forget about the cancer, too.

Therefore to try to reduce the level of toxin inside out body is more than necessary by selecting the natural foods that are lower in sugar, higher in fiber containing at the same time the necessary vitamins and antioxidants.

More than this the level of toxins can be reduced and enhance the health state through the organic food products whenever this thing is available and possible as well. It is true that organic food products are a little more expensive, but you have to consider that they have been grown without the aid of pesticides and chemicals.

Not to mention that the organic meat comes from animal that haven’t seen treatments with antibiotics or even hormones, thus the level of toxins is considerable lower than the one of vitamins and nutrients which is way higher.

If your budget allows you should go organic and following the next 5 organic foods list you can have them for you and your family in the plan of eating healthier:

1. Poultry and meats – those who haven’t given up the consumption of meat and poultry just look for the label that gives them the certified ‘organic produced’ that comes from organic farms tht have organically fed their animals.

2. Dairy products – milk, yogurt, cheese, all these need to have the label “organic” coming from organic dairy farms that have fed their animals with chemical-free food and grains.

3. Coffee – is imported from countries that do not have so strict regulations regarding the use of chemicals or pesticides. But however look for the packages that have labels of Fair Trade Certified Organic meaning that the local farmers who have grown the harvest didn’t use any chemicals to grow their crops.

4. Vegetables – for the veggies to grow unharmed by insects are always filled with pesticides. The veggies that have very thin skin or no skin at all would be very hard to have the pesticide washed off not to mention that they can easily absorb it. If this thing is possible reach for organic lettuce, bell peppers, tomatoes and celery.

5. Fruits – the ones with thinner skin or no skin at al are to be looked for as free from pesticides as possible, such as apples, peaches, grapes and strawberries.


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