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Eating Organic – Body Benefits


As we celebrate Organic September, we wanted to answer a very important question, what happens to your body when you start eating organic? The term organic has become a trendy word in recent years but a lot of people don’t know the great benefits eating organic has and how it can affect their health. Organic food is known for being better for the environment, fresher and contains fewer pesticides.

Here is more information about the positive effects on your body when you start eating organic!

What is Organic Food?

Organic food is a type of high-quality, nutritious food that meets the standards set by organic agriculture. It is produced without using pesticides or chemical preservatives, and it does not have additives or artificial ingredients.

Organic food also gets processed without artificial preservatives and additives like colours, flavours, sweeteners, and hydrogenated fats. This kind of quality may cost more than non-organic options, but it's worth the splurge if you are looking for a nutritious diet that does not have any hidden ingredients!



When you eat organic food, it has fewer pesticides on them than non-organic foods. These chemicals build up in your body and can cause various health issues, including cancer or reproductive problems. 

When you’re eating organically grown food, they don’t contain any synthetic preservatives (such as nitrates), artificial flavours, colours or sweeteners. This means that you’re consuming the highest quality of ingredients for your body and eating more nutritious food. 

A healthy diet is essential to your overall health, and organic food can help you maintain that. Organic bone broth can help improve the health of your bones. In addition, you’ll feel better, have more energy and be healthier in general when following an all-organic diet!


Organic food is pesticide-free. The only way to remove pesticides from your body is by eating organic foods grown without synthetic chemicals, such as fertilisers and insecticides. In addition, eating a diet rich in fresh vegetables and fruit will help you get more vitamins and minerals for better health while also protecting you against some toxic substances that may be lurking in your food.


Organic food can help reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering your homocysteine level, a marker for cardiovascular diseases. Homocysteine is an amino acid that naturally occurs in the body when it breaks down protein from your diet or supplements – but it’s not always broken down efficiently. So, if a person has high homocysteine levels, this may indicate an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis!


When you switch to an organic diet, your immune system can become stronger. Studies have shown that people who eat food containing higher levels of pesticides show a lower response from their natural killer cells than those who consume less pesticide-ridden foods. 

This means they’re more susceptible to illnesses like cold and flu, and they’ll have difficulty fighting those off. Organic foods boost the immune system by providing the body with higher nutrients, antioxidants and vitamins.

In general, the benefits of your diet are only as good as what you put into it. For example, the more pure ingredients you use to cook and prepare food at home, the healthier your body will be over time.

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