What are the benefits of non-GMO foods?

What are the benefits of non-GMO foods?

These benefits include:

  • Grown without the use of pesticides.
  • Rich in nutrients.
  • Animals raised organically aren’t treated with artificial drugs, growth hormones or antibiotics.
  • Free of artificial preservatives, flavorings, and colors.

Why is organic food bad for you?

Pesticides approved for organic farming are toxic to humans As in Reason 5, pesticides derived from a natural source are also toxic, in some cases much less tested because we rarely test natural chemicals. Rotenone, a nasty organic farming pesticide, has been clearly linked to Parkinson s disease.

Why you should not buy organic food?

Organic farmers also use pesticides, and the products they are allowed to use are constrained with few exceptions by whether they can be considered “natural.” That is not a safety standard since many of the most toxic chemicals known are “natural.” Like all pesticides, these natural options are subject to EPA scrutiny.

How do you know if it’s really organic?

On loose fruits and vegetables, look at the Price Look Up (PLU) sticker. If the produce is organic, the code will contain five-digits beginning with 9. Non-organic counterparts will have four digits. (Example: Organically grown bananas will be 94011, compared to 4011 for those treated with chemicals and pesticides.)

Is organic food actually healthier?

Is organic food more nutritious than regular food? Organic foods are not healthier, per se, in terms of nutrients. You are still getting the same benefits in conventionally grown foods as you are in organic foods.

Why you should eat organic?

Organic foods 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. Organic produce contains fewer pesticides.