Choose organically grown foods.
If your daily diet consists mainly of artificially grown foods, many pesticides, herbicides, and other chemicals are deposited in the fatty tissues of your body. Why take the risk if you know the negative effects of the consumption of such products on health?
The most stuffed with nitrates are berries, fruits and vegetables: strawberries, raspberries, cherries, blueberries, cherries, nectarines, peaches, grapes, pears, apples, bell pepper, spinach, celery, cabbage and potatoes. If possible, try to choose among these products those whose organic origin you are sure of. Thus, you significantly reduce the effects of hazardous chemicals on your body. In addition, you should try to consume as little as possible imported products, and it is better to completely exclude it from your diet. The reason lies in the fact that manufacturers in some countries exceed the permissible rate of pesticides in food.
By the way, the theory of the need to consume food of organic origin is not new. Our grandparents adhered to it, and also grew it themselves long before they began to apply chemicals that “improved” the process of growing food. Holistic farming is a system based on the desire to be in harmony with nature, not trying to redo it or cause damage. This approach is most conducive to the cultivation of healthy food. One of the key principles of organic farming is the concept of sustainable farming methods. This concept is aimed at bringing together like-minded people interested in the production and distribution of healthy, absolutely safe while consuming products, the cultivation of which takes into account both a caring attitude to nature and the land, and to people working on it, in particular. The gifts that the earth presents will be able to feed both humans and animals that live and breed on it.
Of course, for most people the ideal option would be to switch exclusively to food of organic origin, but not everyone can afford it. However, due to the rapidly growing demand for such products, it is possible that over time they will be widely available and prices will fall. In order to include in your diet natural products of your region, you must question the “eco-friendly” products in local supermarkets. Ask around friends, go exploring in search of a local farmer or a small market where you plan to shop. If possible, find out everything about the manufacturer. Try yourself in gardening: growing your own food is an incomparable pleasure, even if you only have a small plot of land. It will be curious to find out how much food you can grow, based on the methods of intensive gardening.