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Somebody starts, or wants to start eating better, getting more fruits and vegetables, what's the
difference, in terms of nutritional level, between organic and non-organic? Why should somebody go
the organic route instead of the other?
Remember, if it's not in the soil, it's not in the food. If it's in the soil, it's in the food. Think about
conventional agriculture where they destroy the very life sustaining parts of it that provide the nutrients
for the food. You throw the chemical fertilizers on it, the chemical pesticides on it, you kill the
earthworms, you destroy a lot of the micro flora. These things are designed to digest those course
nutrients and make them bio-available for the plants just like we need bio-available nutrients in our gut
to digest and absorb.
You replace that with conventional agriculture, why it's called conventional, it's crazy, but in this case
you damaged the plants that grow in it, then you have to add more and more chemicals. You basically
crowd out the nutrients. Nutrients have no way to be there anymore. Maybe the macro-nutrients or
vitamins, but a lot of those are put in pelletized form and they're imbalanced and they create imbalance
in the plant.
Growing organic, whether it's certified or not is about the health of the soil, making available that which
the plant needs for it's healthy sustenance in life, and then those who consume those plants, whether
they be human, animal, or otherwise. Then, have access to the food as we been designed to eat it, and
digest it, assimilate, and benefit from it.
Organic is more than just whether it's certified or not; whether you're growing it back. You don't need
certification to grow it organically. There are other forms of this. We're going to see a lot of that because
sometimes it's cost prohibitive for a small farmer to get the certification, and they may not be, but find
out. Go to the farmer's markets, talk to them, find out people who know are they growing with those
methods even if they are not organic. You're better off than only going for a certified form of it.
Of course, certified organic coming in from other countries, we've got other problems in that regard. We
have to find ways to go local again. Inevitably the economy is going to force us to do that, but I'd say
start now. Don't wait for the disaster, catastrophe to do so.