Organic food is all about giving back what we took from nature. It’s about being all-natural and eco-friendly. It’s a lifestyle choice that has been trending for the past few years and thus, has opened doors to new opportunities to many farmers, restaurants and businesses. But what is an organic lifestyle? Let’s find out! The Making Organic foods—products and crops—are catered to, processed and prepared without any chemical or synthetic substances. The crops are sprayed with natural fertilisers and pesticides. Neither the crops nor the animals are given any form of performance-enhancing drugs. Additionally, the processes of harvesting and packaging of the products produce as less waste as possible. The overall process of growing and acquiring organic food doesn’t harm the environment or the person handling it. Better For The Animals Organic products such as eggs, milk, and meat are all acquired from livestock which is raised as free-range animals. They aren’t injected with growth h
❌Organic meat is no different. ❌The weight loss during the organic diet isn’t healthy for you. ❌Organic products have the same amount of nutrients. We’re sure you must’ve heard these statements before while thinking about making a lifestyle shift to organic living. But they aren’t true. The organic lifestyle gives you a variety of options for you to meet your protein requirements every day. And guess what? All of them are delicious too! Keep reading to know more about the ways these healthy organic proteins help your body and metabolism. 1. Organic meats are better. Organic meat and other animal products are sourced from free-range animals, i.e., they are sourced from animals which haven’t been caged. They are let loose to graze on their own free will. These animals aren’t given any growth hormones, and their food is never adulterated. This causes them to be happier, healthier and also provide a better quality of meat along with other products. 2. Meat-like protein
Vegan diets have gained massive popularity over the last two decades. With negligible information about veganism in the early 2000s to famous restaurants hosting vegan menus in 2020, veganism has come a long way, and rightfully so. Vegan diets are great health enhancers in a multitude of ways. But first, let us understand what veganism is. All About Veganism. Veganism is a lifestyle change brought about to either get rid of health problems, accelerate weight loss or just to bring a positive difference to you and the environment. This diet allows you to eat only plant-based foods; that is, you cannot have any animal-based products that include meat, cheese, milk, eggs, and so on. Veganism also extends to the usage of biodegradable, plant-based tools in everyday life, such as a wooden toothbrush or a biodegradable utensil scrubber made of husk. It is called a sustainable lifestyle change for a reason, after all. However, the highlight of veganism is the drastic changes that you would
Most people, who turn vegan or keep falling in and out of this lifestyle, have one problem —that the food tastes like cardboard. That is not true. The vegan lifestyle has a wide variety of food that you can have, full of fresh greens, proteins and pulses. If you find yourself getting bored with the food, that just means that you need to crank up your cooking-game by a notch. Keep reading to find five fun, easy ways to make your vegan lifestyle a tantalizing experience for your tongue. 1. Try meaty veggies. Most people, when going on a vegan diet, often fall out because they miss eating meat. They crave the flavours and the textures of their favourite meats. However, going on a vegan diet doesn’t mean you need to say goodbye to your taste buds. You may substitute your meats with meaty vegetables such as tempeh or tofu. Mushrooms also give your food that kick of umami while giving you the same texture of meat. Also, jackfruit is commonly known as vegan beef. It provides the same tex
This classic blend of oats, seeds, and dried fruit is delicious and nutritious. Serve with yogurt, milk, or fresh fruit for a delicious snack, dessert, or breakfast. You can also use raw nuts, of course; raw nuts are healthier than roasted nuts but have less flavor.
4 cups organic gluten-free old- fashioned rolled oats
1½ cups mixed organic nuts (such as walnuts, almonds, and cashews)
1¼ cups of raw organic seeds (such as sunflower, pumpkin, flax, and sesame)
6 tablespoons organic coconut oil or melted organic butter
½ cup organic cane sugar or organic brown cane sugar
¼ cup organic honey, maple syrup or agave syrup
1⁄8 teaspoon sea salt
¼ teaspoon organic ground cinnamon
1 cup chopped organic dried fruit mix (such as raisins, sultanas, cranberries, dates, figs, mulberries and ap
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Organic farming is a form of agriculture that excludes or strictly limits the use of various methods, including synthetic petrochemical fertilizers and pesticides, plant growth regulators such as hormones, antibiotic use in livestock, genetically modified organisms, etc. As a result, it relies on techniques such as crop rotation, green manure, compost, and biological pest control.
An essential component of the advancement of organic farming has been its global spread. At the first International Scientific Conference of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), held in Switzerland in 1977, a total of 25 presentations were offered. When the IFOAM conference returned to Switzerland in 2000, that number had multiplied more than 20 times, to well over 500.
Five countries were represented when IFOAM was organized in 1972; by the late 1990s, it had members from over 100
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Superfoods are nutrient-dense, meaning they have an abundance of nutrients without a lot of empty calories. When you incorporate superfoods into purées, you’ll know that every bite counts toward a healthy life.
The following list represents the top 15 superfoods that provide the highest level of antioxidants and nutrition.
A little avocado goes a long way when it comes to the antioxidant lutein that it provides. Lutein promotes good skin and healthy eye function. Your baby only needs a couple of tablespoons per serving to benefit from this superfood. Avocados are packed with protein and contain monounsaturated fat, which may help reduce his risk of diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Serve a little mashed avocado to boost the nutrition of any meal.
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Every baby develops at his own pace, in his unique way. Your child will undergo rapid growth and development each month. Now is the time to give your baby everything she needs to develop and grow into a healthy, thriving adult.
The health benefits of feeding your baby an organic diet filled with naturally raised and grown, unprocessed foods are far superior in terms of nutrition, taste, and quality than a traditional diet made up of altered and processed foods that may contain chemicals, dyes, pesticides, additives, or artificial ingredients. Starting with the organic stuff will ensure fewer worries for you—and a cleaner bill of health for your growing baby.
When your baby eats a diet made up of mostly Organic food, she is at less risk of developing certain diseases, neurological d