Our Company was targeting only on Organic Products. If ask why organic? Many people are now eating organic because of the health benefits due to the lack of pesticides and other harmful matter used during the food production process. They also contain more healthy vitamins and minerals needed for every day health. When eating non-organic foods, we are eating food covered in pesticides, pumped full of antibiotics, or even covered in sewage sledge. When given the choice based on those few sentences, one would be more likely to choose the organic products. Eating healthier by avoiding non-organic foods may difficult and more expensive, but definitely worth it for one’s own health.
Leafy green vegetables are the important parts of a healthy diet. Eating a diet which is rich in leafy greens can bring numerous health benefits which includes reducing risks of obesity, heart diseases, high blood pressure and declining mental health.
This is typically dried for brewing herbal teas. It is used to treat a range of maladies, including muscle tension, fever, arthritis and rheumatism, because of the anti-inflammatory leaves and flowering heads. Applied externally as a tincture, it can even heal bruises.
Humans have borrowed plants chemical "recipes" for evolutionary survival for use in cuisine to combat foodborne micro-organism and reduced food poisoning. Spices are plant products used in flavouring foods and beverages.
Dehydrated vegetables are packed full of vitamins and minerals that your body needs, especially when it is depleted from long days of hiking.
Organic fruits often have more beneficial nutrients, such as antioxidants, than their conventionally-grown counterparts and people with allergies to foods, chemicals, or preservatives may find their symptoms lessen or go away when they eat only organic foods.
Consuming herbs may help to prevent and manage heart disease, cancer and diabetes. It may also help to reduce blood clots and provide anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties. Research is ongoing but studies have shown that: Garlic, linseed, fenugreek and lemongrass may help lower cholesterol.
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