Are You Really What You Eat?

The demand for organic food has become so paramount to the consumers, farmers
cannot produce enough to meet the demand. With over $43 billion in organic food
sales last year, the higher quality nutrition and the added health benefits found within
organic foods has prompted individuals, families and businesses towards buying
healthier organic food.

Costco is selling so much organic produce, farmers can’t keep up with the demand.
Costco CEO Craig Jelinek was quoted as saying, “We cannot get enough organics
to stay in business day in and day out.” Costco isn't the only company having trouble
getting enough organic food, Kellogg’s and General Mills and others are paying
armers to switch to organic too.

Omega-3 oils, just one of nutrients which are lacking in our foods grown with depleted soil. Moreover, high-energy agriculture is a major
contributor to global warming…reliance on synthetic fertilizers has increased the release of nitros oxide, a potent global warming gas.
A lack of nutrients is also known to lead to heart disease, cancers, mental disorders such as ADD, Alzheimer's disease, premature aging,
obesity and other health issues. Most of these conditions use to be rare and mostly associated with the elderly.

Synthetic fertilizers also kills a soil's naturally-occurring microorganisms which play a major role in healthy soil. Healthy soil improves the natural
immune system of plants, lowers plant disease, resists parasitic insects, and creates the ideal conditions for growth.

Most organic fertilizers are manure from cows, horses, poultry, pigs, sheep and even bats and fish. The problem with manure is that the animals
can only make it nutrient-rich, if their food source is also nutrient rich. Because of this, grass-eating animals raised on depleted soil will likewise
produce inferior manure. In order to have a higher level organic foods including meats, milk and eggs, the animal too must eat organic foods
high in nutrients.

"The alarming fact is that foods -- fruits and vegetables and grains -- now being raised on millions of acres of land that no longer contains
enough of certain needed minerals, are starving us -- no matter how much of them we eat!

"Laboratory tests prove that the fruits, the vegetables, the grains, the eggs and even the milk and the meats of today are not what they were a
few generations ago. No man of today can eat enough fruits and vegetables to supply his system with the mineral salts he requires for perfect
health, because his stomach isn't big enough to hold them…" {mineral salts help make the necessary amino acids so vital to a good immune

What ought to be more alarming is that was written back in 1936 by U.S. Senator Duncan Fletcher, Florida (D),
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