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Why go organic?

We all are aware about the decreasing average life span of a person. What could be the reason? One of the main reasons is unhealthy diet. We all crave for food that is least beneficial or rather harmful for our body & lifestyle. But we are humans, we don’t try hard enough to control out cravings, do we? All we need is some self control and a little knowledge about what is good and harmful for us. There are also many dishes that are unhealthy but can be converted to healthy food with a handful of alteration. How does substituting the inorganic ingredients with organic ingredients sound? Some minor changes in your daily diet can prove to be helpful up to a great extent.

One of the most important & valid reason being that food ‘not’ cultivated with the help of pesticides and harmful chemicals, is always a better option. Thus, switching to organic food is a good & sensible idea. Moreover, eating healthy doesn’t need a reason. Globally every four households out of five buy organic products (80.3%). More than half of shoppers (55%) believe it is important to do so, while only 6% think shopping organic is ‘not at all important’.

What are the top reasons for buying organic?

You have an open option between chemicals & pure natural products. It is on you to decide which option do you find better. Organic food is great to taste & an increasing global market for the same has made it easily available. Global sales of organic products have reached almost $63 billion (more than €45 billion) in 2011 – i.e. the overall sales have increased by 25.1% since the start of the global economic downturn in 2008.

If it is nature friendly and really healthy with numerous benefits attached to it, things cannot get any better.

The world is going organic, are you?

(Statistics Source: Soil Association Global Market Report 2013)