Kamis, 09 September 2010

Cheap Organic Food

It 'can also take the words "cheap" and "organic" in the same sentence? And if so, where and how to get this cheap food organic?

Let's face it. Organic foods are great, but sometimes can make more money than the current budget allows grocers. Before you spend your entire content and organic food to go, you may wonder whether these foods really worth the money and all the hype is. My answer is a resounding yes! Organic foods are foods grown or raised without the use of synthetic (chemical) pesticide formulations, herbicides, fungicides or fertilizers. This method of farming allows foods that grow in nature, as they were intended. Consider that conventional farmers in the United States Spray 2000000000 pounds of pesticides a year to compensate for poor crop cultivation techniques. And you know where to land these pesticides? In our food! In addition to pesticide contamination, conventional produce tends to have fewer nutrients in organic products. On average, conventional produce has only 83 percent of nutrients from organic cultivation. Studies have significantly higher levels of nutrients such as vitamin C, which is iron, magnesium and phosphorus and significantly less nitrates (a toxin) in organic crops. When I discovered that organic food could be the missing link for my weight loss and health efforts, I had just graduated from college and WAS living in a miniature, make a very expensive apartment in New York City, I Hardly . In other words, I was broke with a capital B. Why should I spend money on organic food? Not to mention pay the rent on time? Here, I learned the art of "the search for organic food is":

Before I stopped the purchase of non-food processed. Most protein shakes, "health" bars, and processed foods are actually quite expensive, and if you delete them completely from your shopping list, save hundreds of dollars. Take a good look at the price of sugar cereal, biscuits and sweets packaged and frozen TV dinners. You will see prices increase as rapidly in these foods. The same money could be better used in a week's worth of organic products.

According If I started to eat reasonable portions, the food was not so expensive. If I had to really look at what I eat and what I eat, I had clearly been mistaken for a £ 200 sumo wrestlers. Portion Distortion I had the least expense and eating less is not to say!

Third I tried the local farmer's markets. Prices were much better and I've always fresh foods in season. And frankly, if the price of cherries was the equivalent of diamond earrings, I would choose a different fruit. Go for apples, pears and bananas. Diversity is good, however you choose fruits and vegetables without the price of diamonds.

Fourth I transition my kitchen and my whole house slowly. I probably did not follow a complete organic food up to three years. Not ideal, but as best I could. Rome was not built in a day and neither was my palace organic. You better start with some points and then go from there.

Fifth Buy organic produce "selective". The following foods are shown to have higher pesticide residues, and should therefore always be bought organic products:


Red raspberries
Imported grapes


Hot Peppers

Animal products

* More and animal products (meat, poultry, dairy and watch) than antibiotics or growth hormones added. Swallow meat that have been injected with these harmful substances is equivalent to the same meal hormones and antibiotics. Very dangerous!

The following foods are generally lower levels of pesticides can buy conventional if necessary:




Brussels sprouts

There is no evidence, the material in the vicinity of "Feeling Good" is himself. See where your money and see how to adapt the cheap organic food in your family (even if it is a slow transition). I promise that if it were possible for me, it is feasible for you too!

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