Organic Food Disadvantages

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Every day all around the world, people have the option to choose between purchasing organic foods or processed foods. More often than not we choose the processed foods because they are typically cheaper, quicker, and let us be honest, tastier. But as consumers, we are frequently tricked into thinking that the foods we buy are good for our health and that they provide us with the essential vitamins and nutrients we need. After reading articles from various doctors and nutritionists, I have an in depth understanding of the disadvantages of eating highly processed foods as well as the advantages of eating organic foods. I am currently making my best efforts to achieve clean eating and am experiencing the benefits first-hand. What we as consumers need to understand is that processed foods do more harm than good to our bodies. Research proves that cutting out highly processed foods like fast foods and imitation foods, leads to personal health benefits such as having a stronger immune system, clearer skin, and less weight gain. Eliminating these highly processed foods from our diets will help to improve our health so we can be the best versions of ourselves. Highly processed foods contribute to a weakened immune system because they are loaded with salt, sugar, fructose, fat, genetically modified organisms, preservatives, additives and more. A large percentage of processed foods today lack the essential nutrients that boost our immune systems such as vitamins C, A, E, B6, and D
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