because of my economy I can not afford to eat all organic. I eat my tomatoes, apples, dates and cucoumber organic. bananas, salad, spinach, oranges, avocado, springonions I can not afford organic and some of them I can not even get organic.
So I am wondering how many is in the same situation? and do you think it still is possible to get good results and rid of pasts diseases etc. even though the diet is not fully organic?
i believe so.
i'm not eating any organic food (expensive and not available most of the time. )
i do think organic is better, but i witness a great positive change in my health even without it.
i thought about growing my own greens, but for now it's only a fantasy.
I am so glad to see other who also do not eat all organic. The cost kept me from going raw for too long. Even at the conventional cost it is expensive to be all raw! But, I have decided to give it my best shot! In the summer I have a big garden and grow all the veggies I can. I also have grapes and blackberries. I have planted some apple trees, but they are small. So, I mostly eat conventional produce for now, especially in the winter. I must say the my organic garden tomatoes in the summer are the BEST! I miss them greatly! I think we just have to do the best we can and it is still way better than the SAD diet!!!
cant afford 100% organic, tend to choose non-organic for fruit with peel...but ideally would eat totally organic..x
I eat all-organic and I'm a stickler for it. I go to the farms myself. I live in a tropical climate and have access to great organic fruit year round. I don't think conventional fruit looks or tastes good at all, my best results are with organic foods.
Your jealousy is unnecessary, I made the sacrifices in my life that I had to in order to be where I am. I vote with my dollar. I don't notice the same results eating conventional vs organic.
Right on, I'm only saying that organic does make a big difference and will for most people so eat as much organic as you can because it's better for the planet and your body.
Where do you live?