Organic food: a great asset to our health

According to a recent study led by Professor Carlo Leifert of Newcastle University, and published in the British Journal of Nutrition, organic foods incorporate more antioxidants than first believed. In addition to this, it is considered as being much healthier than food that is usually found in supermarkets on account of a significantly lower presence of pesticides and toxic metals for our body.

This research consists of a total of 343 test results (along with various preparatory work), and which contests other studies from prestigious institutions that seemed to indicate that organic products - those whose cultivation had no traces of any pesticide or chemical fertilisers - did not provide higher nutritional content or benefits for the health of our body. In that regard, the recent research carried out by the Leifert team holds that there are "significant differences" that would prove the superiority of organic food over the rest in terms of nutrition and health. According to the aforementioned study, these types of Read more