The 3 Most Important Reasons to Eat Organic

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3 Most Important Reasons to Eat Organic

The organic food industry has exploded in the US from $1 billion annually in 1991 to over $100 billion annually in 2017.  This is a world changing and world saving movement.  I believe this to be one of the foremost moves of God in the 21st century and I am so happy to be an educational vessel God is using to push this great move forward.    In this article, you will discover the 3 most important reasons to eat organic.

Most people choose to grow, purchase and eat organic foods due to a value system that goes far beyond nutritional content.  Here are the major reasons to eat organic.

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Minimize Toxic Chemicals:

The most commonly used pesticides and herbicides that are used on modern agriculture are highly toxic to both our bodies and the planet.  These chemicals are called Persistent Organic Pollutants (POP) (1).  They persist in our body and our challenging to expel from our system and other bodies of water in the world.

Organochlorine is one of the most commonly used pesticides and one of the most toxic and carcinogenic substances in the world (2).  Humans are getting it in agriculture as well as in conventional animal products.  These toxins store in fat cells such as the brain and liver and are linked to neurodevelopmental disorders such as ADHD, neurodegenerative disorders like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8).

Vital Info:  Animal products are the first thing to change in one’s diet.  The law of toxic bioaccumulation makes it clear that it takes 5-8 pounds of chemically sprayed grains to produce 1 lb of meat (9).  That 1 lb. of meat is concentrated toxins.

Expert Analysis:  Be sure to only purchase organic and grass-fed animal products.  Purchase fruits/vegetables with thin skin (berries, spinach, etc.) organically while thick skinned produce and produce with outer rindes (avocado) or peels (lemon) are ok to get conventional.  This is one of the very important reasons to eat organic.

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Avoid GMO’s:

Genetically Modified Foods are extremely dangerous for human consumption.  Research has shown that GM food consumption leads to damage to the pituitary gland, the gut lining and changes in reproductive hormones including (10, 11):

  1.      Excessive production of estrogen, progesterone, follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone.
  2.      Retrograde menstruation – leads to endometriosis and infertility.
  3.      Breast, uterine, ovarian, prostate and colon cancers among others
  4.      Chronic fatigue, chronic pain and GI problems
  5.      Lowered sperm counts and testicular cancer

GMO particles are also called micro-RNA’s.  New research is showing that miRNA from food is passing through our digestion, into our blood and ending up in organs.  This effects gene expression as the miRNA interferes with our genetic code (12).

Many of the GMO foods contain miRNA particles that act to shut down critical genetic codes in insects in order to kill them.  Humans and insects have a lot in common genetically.  This reckless use of science without adequate testing is extremely dangerous.    This is one of the most important reasons to eat organic.

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Sustainability of the Planet:

The massive use of chemicals is extremely toxic to our environment and is leading to contaminated waterways (13).  Additionally, these chemicals are destroying various animal species and poisoning families nearby the conventional agricultural regions (14).  This is unsustainable and ultimately will cause the extinction of many species including human beings if it is not better controlled.

GMO foods are a threat to the future food supply.  Seeds from GMO plants are unable to reproduce causing the farmers to depend upon the seeds from the BioTech companies.  Manipulating nature leading to infertile seeds could easily lead to massive food shortage if GMO seeds dominate the world as they are currently poised  to do.

My responsibility as a child of God is to bring Heaven to Earth with everything I do.  One of my most important votes is with my dollar bill.  When I choose Organic – I am placing a vote for a sustainable, non-toxic, healthy way of life that is in harmony with God’s plan for the Earth.

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Sources For This Article Include:

1. EPA: Persistent Organic Pollutants: A Global Issue, A Global Response Link Here
2. Organochlorines Link Here
3. Ritchie JM, Vial SL, Fuortes LJ, Guo H, Reedy VE, Smith EM.Organochlorines and risk of prostate cancer. J Occup Environ Med. 2003 Jul;45(7):692-702. PMID: 12855910
4. Weiderpass E, Adami HO, Baron JA, Wicklund-Glynn A, Aune M, Atuma S, Persson I. Organochlorines and endometrial cancer risk. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2000 May;9(5):487-93. PMID: 10815693
5. Lawrence E, Organochlorines and the Risk of Liver Cancer Link Here
6. Calle E, Franklin H, Henley J, Savitz D, Thun M. Organochlorines and Breast Cancer Risk Link Here
7. Roos D, Hartge P, Lubin J, Colt J S, Davis S, Cerhan J R, Severson RK, Cozen W, Needham, L L, Rothman N. Persistent Organochlorines In Plasma And Risk of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. Link Here
8. Table 27: Blood Organochlorine Levels And Breast Cancer Risk Link Here
9. In the Kitchen – Essentials for Cooking Healthy Meals Link Here
10. Séralini GE, Clair E, Mesnage R, Gress S, Defarge N, Malatesta M, Hennequin D, de Vendômois JS.Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize. Food Chem Toxicol. 2012 Nov;50(11):4221-31. 2012 Sep 19. PMID: 22999595
11. Huffington Post: Genetically Modified Soy Diets Lead to Ovary and Uterus Changes in Rats Link Here
12. Yamaura Y, Nakajima M, Tatsumi N, Takagi S, Fukami T, Tsuneyama K, Yokoi T. Changes in the expression of miRNAs at the pericentral and periportal regions of the rat liver in response to hepatocellular injury: comparison with the changes in the expression of plasma miRNAs. Toxicology. 2014 Aug 1;322:89-98. PMID: 24863736
13. USGS: Pesticides in Groundwater Link Here
14. S. Fish & Wildlife Service: Pesticides and Wildlife Link Here

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  1. I have just gone through your article on Heavy Metals. I found it one of the best descriptive efforts for public reading I have read and have forwarded it to several friends. Thank you.

    I have only one comment to make that I did not like. As a European, it is considered somewhat arrogant to use the “God” word as if everyone knows what God you mean. Many people have different gods or none. I feel it is better left unmentioned as it is a private issue. I know it is commonplace in the US to do so, but your mailing is not just for people in the US.

    Having said that, please keep up the good work you are doing.

  2. Dr. Jockers, I appreciate your work, however I have found an error in the above article. Concerning mineral variations of organic vs inorganic vegetables: JOSEPH R. HECKMAN, Crop Science Dept., Rutgers university states,
    “The authors [of the research paper] discussed the influence of soil type, fertilizer practice, and climate on the observed differences in mineral composition. The study only provides a general survey of their possible influence and did not compare synthetic fertilizer and organic practices.”
    There are plenty of reasons to go organic. Mineral content doesn’t seem to be one of them.

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