During the past decades there has been a change towards the mechanization and homogenization of agriculture, which uses pesticides, additives, herbicides, synthetic fertilizers and mass production techniques. All this clearly affects human health, and new diseases are spreading rapidly between humans and animals (bird flu is the latest).
If you have room for a few pots or even a small plot of land, it is wise to grow your own organic vegetable garden. Today I offer you seven reasons for doing this:
1. You will not have any additives in the vegetables
Research by organic food associations shows that additives in our food can cause heart disease, osteoporosis, migraines and hyperactivity.