5 Convincing Reasons to Start Eating Organic Whole Food NOW

Organic, Non-GMO food is all the craze with health nuts these days, but why? Does it really matter? Believe it or not, choosing organic, whole food can have a major impact on your health and wellness. If you’re interested in learning more about this crazy organic food revolution, read on. I’ll give you 5 convincing reasons to start eating organic whole food NOW!  

5 Convincing Reasons to Start Eating Organic Whole Food Now

1. To Look Hot! 

You heard me right. If you’re looking to get in shape for the New Year, choosing organic whole food will get you off on the right foot. Organic whole food like: fruit, veggies, herbs and organic meat provide vitamins, minerals, nutrients and protein without added sugar, fat and pesticide. By simply switching what’s on your plate from processed to organic whole food, you don’t have to count calories.

Whole food naturally provides your body with the fuel it needs to find balance and keep you healthy. Switching to an organic, whole food diet doesn’t have to be time consuming and overwhelming either. Try visiting local farmers markets for locally grown, organic food. You can also seek out grocers, like Tunies organic grocery store for a variety of healthy organic food options. 

2. To Appreciate Food More

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As a nation so accustomed to the taste of processed food, we’ve forgotten how delicious natural food actually tastes. We also tend to take it for granted. With fast food chains on every corner, grub is so available and cheap we’ve lost our appreciation of the nutrition fueling our bodies every day. When you take time to value the food you’re eating and how hard the farmers worked to grow it naturally, you’ll find a new, healthy relationship with food. There really are so many benefits of eating organic

3. To Avoid Pesticide 

The purpose of pesticide is to kill insects, bacteria, fungus and other things that feed on crops. They also damage the environment and the people exposed to them. Studies have proven that pesticide exposure has a negative impact on health. As a matter of fact, pesticide exposure has been linked to the increased incidence of a variety of cancers and other diseases like ADHD. That’s why choosing organically grown food is important. 

4. To Avoid  Hormones and Antibiotics in Meat

The meat and dairy industry has been using synthetic hormones in livestock for decades, and there is growing concern that long-term exposure to these added hormones can wreak havoc on the human body. There’s also increasing concern about the antibiotics used by farmers to prevent disease spread in chickens and livestock. Some researchers believe it’s to blame for antibiotic resistance in humans, giving way to super bugs in the United States. 

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When you choose organic meat, you can feel good knowing the animals are raised on organically certified land, fed organic food, are not given antibiotics or added growth hormones and they have access to the outdoors. So, not only are you getting a higher quality meat, but you’re encouraging the humane treatment of animals as well. Do good for yourself and others by choosing organic meat. 🙂 

5. To Get More Nutrients

When your plate is filled with more whole food, you’re absorbing important nutrients. Whole food like fruit, veggies, legumes and grains are loaded with antioxidants, healthy fat, fiber, vitamins and minerals. If you choose processed meals, you’re missing out on the vital building blocks your body needs to ward off illness and stay healthy. Believe it or not, you can get boost your immune system and stay healthier with a whole food diet. 

Final Thoughts

Choosing organic whole food is an easy way to get healthy in the upcoming year. It’s also a smart move. Not only will you see positive effects on your waistline, but you’ll also feel better and have more energy. With the vital nutrients a whole food diet provides, your immune system will be stronger and you’ll be healthier all year long. Choose organic for yourself as well as for the health of our planet and the animals we share it with. I promise you’ll be glad you did! 😀

Nicole

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Nicole is the owner, primary blogger and copy editor of Organic Sunshine. She has a passion for healthy, natural living and hopes to encourage others to live a similar lifestyle. Nicole has a bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration and over 10 years of experience working in Cancer Research. She's also an experienced content writer, producing high quality articles on a variety of topics for many online publications.

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Nicole is the owner, primary blogger and copy editor of Organic Sunshine. She has a passion for healthy, natural living and hopes to encourage others to live a similar lifestyle. Nicole has a bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration and over 10 years of experience working in Cancer Research. She's also an experienced content writer, producing high quality articles on a variety of topics for many online publications.

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  1. It is always good to do research and know what it is exactly we are eating and the effects it has on our body. Thanks for sharing.

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    • I’m so happy you found the article helpful Laurie. Thanks for taking the time to comment. 🙂

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