technically yes, but we know better than that. Organically
grown foods are tastier and more nutritious. They contain and
develop more direct life force (Qi), chlorophyll and fewer
if no additives, preservatives, fillers, extenders, modifiers,
'enrichers,' coloring, emulsifiers, on and on.
who says any different is making money on the lies.
foods rock! (genetically-modified organisms) Guess what, there's
huge $ profit to be made in pushing the GMO agenda despite
evidence that's unproven to be healthy or wise over the short
term or the long haul. I'm thinking farther down the road
about how systemically connected we are
with the pure
the sun, clear air and water ... the way
have evolved so nicely. Why mess with perfection?
is definitely in the wind. Watch dogs are on the alert to protect
food source 'identities.' Some savvy top-notch restaurants
and chefs tout organic entrees and side dishes.
yesterday's granola-crunching hippies. are wise to the
worth of paying a
little more for REAL food and nutrition. We've already seen
the prices change over the past twenty years. The more consumers
buy organic, the more growers get on the program, the lower
the end price and more competition means better foods for
us consumers and particularly for the smart BODYBUILDER.
compromise your longevity and health OR the gene pool by coping
out on iffy produce, over-processed, devitalizing, masked faked
food. I'm living proof that it works.
responsible consumerism that has long-reaching benefits
for the environment right now using easily sustainable
farming management. Skyrocketing healthcare costs beg
for a healthier populace; organic consumerism is the
answer. THINK GLOBAL COOLING.
generations will be grateful we have this insight now.
Are we going to actually ACT on it? It's better late
than never. Going organic has become less of an option
warming and climate
I'm trying to do my part every day; are you? - Steve Perkins, The Cooking Buff