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Let's Eat Energy Rich Food

Author : Abhinav Sidana


Life depends totally on the five basic elements available in nature from the very beginning of its formation. These elements are not however taken in or consumed as such but on varied indirect forms. Food and water is one such indirect form of in taking the essential elements needed for life to sustain on earth. Production of food items and preservation of water bodies on earth are crucial activities in which man are involved day in and day out. The need to meet the feeding habits of people in growing numbers has urged us to cultivate artificial means to grow crops.

The use of pesticides to destroy the pests causing damages to our crops has gone up with the need for food items. There is a greater dependency on such chemicals to help us fight such crop damaging pests and other botherations these days. The result of this excessive is seen in the higher content of toxins in food we consume.

Toxins here refer to the chemicals absorbed in the crops that have been subjected to the use of pesticides and other insecticides. The presence of toxins in food we take in have made the food we consume today far different from what our grandparents used to eat. This change has come in the form of obviously increased production compared to what was being produced then but definitely with degraded quality. The quality of any food item depends more or less on the health and richness it helps to bring in and add to our healthy living.

Increased toxins in food have also pepped up new health disorders and immunity problems in our lives. We all know that our body is composed of organs and parts that have a inherent existence and constitution right from the birth of a child. This chemical constituency should be taken proper care and is not to be disturbed with the toxins in food that have a very damaging effect on our body's proper working.

Moreover it is only through proper eating habits and well balanced diet a disease stricken person could slowly walk back into normal health. Medication could only supplement in the process of getting well. Having said that when there is a higher presence of toxins in food that such a recouping patient consumes the chances of him falling sick again or coming back to proper health is very much affected.

There are a number of scientific surveys and measurements going on to put a bar on the amount of chemicals that could be present in the form of toxins in food we consume. This standard value should be followed by all the farmers and crop cultivators in order to make their output ready and safe enough to be retailed in open markets. The increased demand for food supplies should never be stated as a reason for increased usage of pesticides and insecticides and other such disinfectants in crop field which leave their mark in the food that gets produced out of these fields and later would pave way to health disorders resulting owing to increased toxins in food.


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