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The rising popularity for organic foods is directly linked with the growing health concerns among the majority of the people. The demand for organic food has grown rapidly over the recent years as it has become imperative for people to make smart food choices to optimize their health. In addition to the great health benefits organic food provides, organic farming is considered environment friendly and helps in maintaining balance in the ecological system.



What is Organic Food?


Organic food is produced using methods that comply with the standards of organic farming. Organic farming restricts the use of pesticides, antibiotics, synthetic nutrients, GMO’s and herbicides. Food grown organically is neither processed nor subjected to irradiation, food additives, or synthetic materials. This means, organic food remains nutrient-dense, 100% natural, and farm-fresh without toxins that can be harmful to the ecosystem and natural resources.


Why Should You Include Organic Food In Your AIP Diet?


For many years, people have been eating foods grown from the conventional type of farming. These foods are known to carry high amounts of toxins such as pesticides, heavy metals and certain other harmful substances that can trigger autoimmune diseases or aggravate autoimmune conditions. We are also susceptible to certain dangerous health issues such as cancer or certain organ impairments when exposed to eating foods that are not organic. Having an autoimmune disease increases our need for quality organic food as it directly influencing our health. So it is important to eat smart, toxic free and follow the AIP or Paleo diet.


How Organic Food Can Help You While on AIP diet?



  1. High in nutrition:

Studies show that organic foods are high in nutrition because they are grown in natural conditions that help them produce certain antioxidants and phytochemicals. Organically produced fruits and vegetables deliver these higher antioxidants because they contain high amounts of Vitamin C and certain minerals like Zinc and Iron when compared to non-organic foods.



  1. Promotes The Immune System:


Conventionally grown foods contain harmful chemical substances such as pesticides, antibiotics, chemicals from fertilizers, and heavy metals that are known to suppress our immune system. Whereas, organic foods are found to stimulate and boost immunity levels.






  1. Promotes the Health of Vital Organs:


Heavy metals found in conventionally grown foods are known to cause nerve function impairment and chronic neurological disorders. Overuse of growth hormones, antibiotics and pesticides are known to affect the normal functioning of the liver and build up toxicity in the tissues. Organic foods are a better choice because the lower the pesticides, hormones, chemicals and antibiotics, the less your liver has to filter them out.



  1. Organic Foods Do Not Contain Preservatives and Are Not Genetically Modified


One of the greatest advantages of organic foods is that you are eating fresh or “Farm fresh” food. Organic food does not contain any sort of food preservatives, artificial flavorings and food additives to increase its shelf life. It is best eaten fresh to reap the maximum nutritional benefits. Additionally, organic foods are safe because they are completely GMO-free and are 100% natural. GMO foods are known to negatively impact health.



  1. Organic Foods are Environmentally Friendly


Organic foods do not pose any threat to natural resources like water, soil and air. They promote a clean and safe environment and also protect the natural food chain that is adversely affected by conventional farming. To be precise, organic farming maintains a good ecological balance and promotes healthy living.




 Autoimmune Health & Nutrition believes that organic food is good and safe for us and our planet; which is why our AIP protein powders are GMO-free and include an organic superfood blend. This incredible blend has ingredients like: organic apple fiber, organic spinach, organic beetroot, organic carrot, organic kale, organic broccoli, and organic mushroom.