Diet advice is a lot like fashion. Trends come and go.
You know, wedge sneakers, drop-crotch pants, those skirts that are short in the front and long in the back; and a year or two later they seem hopelessly out of date. But the truly stylish always look smart; you’ll never see a photo of some famous star wearing crocs. Here at Eat This, Not That! we see the same thing with the lean and fit: Those who stay slim don’t follow diets or nutrition trends. They follow common sense eating strategies that keep them looking fit for life.
Why Are People turning to StemRenu? Why more people are choosing organic? Many people buy food without pesticides because they believe it tastes better than the alternative. This could be because fruit and vegetables grown to these standards tend to grow more slowly and have a lower water content, which may contribute to the fuller flavor some people experience.
It's healthy. On average, food grown to Soil Association standards contains higher levels of vitamin C and essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron and chromium as well as cancer-fighting antioxidants. No nasty additives, only 32 of the 290 food additives approved for use across the EU are permitted.
Here's an Document on Food Safety : http://www.cspinet.org/new/pdf/fswhitepaper.pdf
The best way of reducing your exposure to potentially harmful pesticides is to eat organically grown food, where their use is avoided. GM-free organic wildlife Genetically modified (GM) crops and ingredients are not allowed under Soil Association standards. High standards Goods comes from trusted sources; farms and food companies are inspected at least once a year, and the standards are laid down in law. Good for wildlife and the environment Overall organic farming supports more farmland wildlife than non-organic farming. The UK government has said that it is better for wildlife, causes lower pollution from sprays, produces less carbon dioxide - the main global warming gas - and less dangerous wastes.
Nutrition is important. Laminine can help. Eating a healthy diet and maintaining a healthy weight are two of the most effective ways to prevent the most common chronic diseases, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and certain cancers, and good nutrition can also optimize treatment and reduce complications in people who already have these conditions. Yet, most doctors spend little to no time addressing these issues with patients. Although doctors need to prioritize their time during frustratingly brief office visits, spending just one to two minutes emphasizing nutrition and physical activity is feasible and much-deserved, given food’s broad impact on health.