Why do modern people become sick more often, or 5 secrets of organic harvest
Why are we sick?
During the scientific and industrial revolution of the 20th century, in connection with the increase in the world's population by several times, science resorted to growing food crops with the help of chemical, artificial ingredients: pesticides, herbicides, toxic chemicals and non-natural fertilizers. This made it possible to grow large fields of crops and fight against pests, the Colorado potato beetle, aphids, ants, bears and other representatives of the fauna.
This “agronomic miracle” was so popular with the merchants that they forgot about the ecology and health of future generations, using more and more harmful substances in their work. The next stage of harmful production was the use of preservatives, dyes, flavors in food, the use of genetically modified objects. These methods made it possible to achieve a significant reduction in the cost of producing a large number of crops.
Now, looking back, society understands how big a mistake it made in the pursuit of profit and in simple ways to satisfy its taste needs. The world was swept by a wave of diseases from eating such “artificial” products, and the quality of life suffers from the lack of useful organic substances, vitamins, and trace elements necessary for the body.
Thanks to the supporters of a healthy lifestyle - ECO farmers - a new intelligent generation of entrepreneurs, the society is again moving towards ecological (organic) farming.
5 facts about growing organic products:
1. Natural products have a natural shelf life.
When you come to the store and see the milk stored for six months, you should think about whether it is really natural. Natural products have a short shelf life, as they lack preservatives and pesticides. The same can be said about tomatoes and apples - natural vegetables and fruits are useful, but, without additional stimulation of life, have a limited shelf life.
2. In the world today there are only 1 million 680 thousand ecological farmers who grow farm products.
This means that eco-products cannot provide food for the entire planet. The majority of eco-farms are located in Germany, France, and the USA. In Russia, eco-farmers can be counted on the fingers because of the high costs of equipment, expensive licensing of products, the absence of eco-standards and laws governing the production of environmentally friendly raw materials and products.
3. With organic farming, everything is done naturally:
Crops are protected from pests with the help of birds, small rodents, and other natural methods of pest control.
4. Organic products are grown only on healthy, ecologically clean land:
On such land for more than 3 years no chemical treatments were carried out.
Also, the earth does not dig, but loosens. Fertility of the soil is maintained by introducing only natural organic preparations into the soil, for example, such as Soil conditioner with humic acids. Humic acids are the only safe, environmentally friendly and yet effective way to improve soil fertility.
5. Farm ECO products must have on the packaging special licensed symbols "Organics".
Symbols of the largest Western Bio-Organic Associations look like this:
Eco-production standards exist only in Europe and America. In Russia, only the Sanitary and Epidemiological Rules and Norms (SanPiN) allow us to monitor the quality of the produced product and raw materials. We still cannot confirm the status of the organic product, although in stores we often see labels with the words "BIO", "ECO" and this is just a marketing ploy.
In this case, only trust in the manufacturer can be an incentive to purchase an eco-product.
With love and care for future generations, ECO farming continues to develop around the world!
It’s easy to become the owner of a healthy life by starting to grow environmentally-friendly products for yourself in the garden, garden or in the country!