You have probably heard a lot about the real food revolution. Around the world, people are talking about getting back to real foods and away from processed garbage that is causing problems with our health, not the least of which is obesity. Real foods contain real minerals and vitamins that the body needs. The question many ask though, is whether or not real food is organic food. Is all real food organic, or are only some real foods organic? Should you buy only organic real food?
First, real food is not always organic. Real food is only food that is grown from the Earth. It is food like fruits and vegetables, but it does not mean that you are getting organic food. Nonetheless, non-organic fruits and vegetables are better for your body than processed potato chips and pork. With real food, the food contains everything that you need, but you are going to want to keep the things you don’t want out of it when you can and that means going organic.
Organic real food is the best thing you can do for your body. One thing to remember is that while not all real food is organic, all organic food is real food. This is because to be organic certified, the food must be grown in a sustainable and environmentally-friendly way. This means no chemicals, no preservatives, just natural food. If you worry that the food you are eating may not be as healthy as you thought with real food because of the chemicals used in the process of growing, then you should just go organic.
No matter what type of organic food you go for, if it is certified organic you are getting something natural and something good for you.
Going for real food is a great thing to do for your body, but if you really want to benefit yourself and your body, then you need to make sure that the real food you are eating is organic real food.
Written by: Yehudith Girshberg