The Juicing Lifestyle: Organic is Better than Non-Organic
Unlike our grandparents and their grandparents, we live in a more complicated world nowadays. With the technology improvements and food industry becoming one of the most productive in Western world, it’s hard to buy or consume food and to be sure about how these vegetables and fruits have been grown. Profit is almost the main concern, which makes human health and benefits an afterthought. Organic produce is much different and we can be sure that those lovely tasty melons have been grown without the pesticides and chemicals. We can eat organic vegetables and fruits knowing they have been grown naturally.
If you are the juicing lifestyle follower, organic foods should be your priority. Of course, you don’t have to be afraid if from time to time you have to juice some non-organic fruit. It’s better to have some juice, even non-organic, than no juice. However, whenever you can choose and afford to use fresh, organic vegetables and fruits, don’t hesitate and do so. Here is the list of foods you should do your best to buy organic. Otherwise, if you buy non-organic produce, you will get the produce sprayed with too much pesticides and chemicals. So, the list of most-contaminated products if you buy non-organic is this:
- Sweet Bell Peppers
Again, there are some vegetables and fruits that are the least contaminated even if non-organic:
- Sweet Peas
- Sweet Corn
If you want to be sure your diet is a healthy one and therefore you opt for the juicing lifestyle, but still this sounds too complicated, you have another opportunity. Consider starting an organic garden, a small one on your own. First of all, it could save your money and you’ll be absolutely positive about how healthy your produce is.