The Natural Strengthening Properties Of Organic Healing Tap Into The Ultimate Healing Source In The World [NOOK Book]

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The term organic is derived from the process used by farmers who diligently avoid using any bio-persistent chemical pesticides, fungicides and fertilizers. They are very cautious in the methods they used when tending to the quality and quantity of their productions.
As such food produced this way are accredited to be very safe for human consumption. These farmers produce these products with emphasis on the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water while ...
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The Natural Strengthening Properties Of Organic Healing Tap Into The Ultimate Healing Source In The World

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Overview

The term organic is derived from the process used by farmers who diligently avoid using any bio-persistent chemical pesticides, fungicides and fertilizers. They are very cautious in the methods they used when tending to the quality and quantity of their productions.
As such food produced this way are accredited to be very safe for human consumption. These farmers produce these products with emphasis on the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water while continuing to ensure the quality of the environment for the future generations.
For organic meats, such as poultry, eggs and dairy products, there is no use of any enhancements to get optimum quality or quantity. No antibiotics or growth hormones are used, while for vegetables, no pesticides, fertilizers, bioengineer seeds, or plants are used. Other references to the methods of organic processes are the use of insects and bird to reduce and manage pests or disease, when compared to the negative solutions like insecticides.


Table Of Contents
Chapter 1:
What Does Organic Mean
Chapter 2:
The Link Between Additives In Food And Our Environment And Disease
Chapter 3:
Organic Juicing Benefits
Chapter 4:
Benefits Of Organic Detox
Chapter 5:
Healthy Foods For The Liver
Chapter 6:
Healing Foods For Heart Disease
Chapter 7:
Healing Foods For The Brain
Chapter 8:
Benefits Of Going Organic With Cleaning Products
Chapter 9:
The Benefits Of Adequate Water
Chapter 10:
How To Shop Wisely For Organic Foods And Products
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013098695
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 8/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 302 KB

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