I’m not sure if you mean are the crops themselves are healthier or if they are healthier for you? With more and more evidence, however, the answer is becoming a much more assured “Yes”. The soil tends to be healthier that organic crops are grown in and it follows right through to growth and eventually consumption. They are also found to use less resources and energy.
Organic crops are healthier for people and the environment. Organic foods are grown without the use of toxic chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. By eating organic you lower the risk of exposure to toxins and heavy metals such as benzene, toluene, lead, and mercury into your diet. Heavy metals and toxins can accumulate in your body and cause allergic reactions, nerve disorders, and cancer.
Studies reveal that organic foods have no more nutritional value than non-organic foods. The USDA, in fact, does not make any claims that organic foods are safe or more nutritious. Some consumers say that they don’t taste a difference between organic and non-organic foods. Organic foods are produced in a way that helps to reduce pollution and conserve water.
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