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Organic Food warning

Published on 7/19/2012
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Heathy Weight Loss Organic Food Organic foods are growing in popularity, going green is better for the environment and your health. Have you ever looked at where you food comes from, because counties have different rules and regulations before food is deemed organic. In some counties the surrounding areas and what is grown there, together with a time period of using no fertilizer are taken into consideration. Now I live in the Philippines and there are a lot of local products but I would not consider them organic apart from the ones in my own garden. If you go to a supermarket you can find foods labled organic, but check the source, like a growing number of items they often come from China. The problem is that China doesn't ensure that "organic" products meet the USDA or western countries health standards. Food manufacturers in the US must meet the USDA's requirements of how a product is grown, processed, and handled. When you see "organic" on packaging, it ensures that no chemical pesticides were used and that the food was made in environmentally-friendly conditions. Manufacturers from China, on the other hand, don't follow the same protocol. They have "organic" on the label, but no one is actually inspecting or verifying this to be true. China's over-use of pesticides has contaminated both the food and the land. What's more, human waste is widely used in farms as fertilizer, which is a potential source of deadly bacteria, such as E. coli. In addition to dangerous chemicals and sewage, Chinese groundwater is terribly contaminated. It's estimated that 10% of China's groundwater is contaminated by arsenic and/or lead. And it's this same groundwater that is used in growing the crops that are found in stores. Yours In Health David Ogden
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