The best diet consists of all organic foods. The key is to develop an affordable diet consisting of such foods that fit your current budget.
By definition, organic means the absence of chemicals and genetic modifications that enhance growth and profits. The USDA has established strict standards for what is organic and what is not. Organic agricultural products and organic meats are now showing up at every grocery store in America. While careful study of the sources of these products will reveal whether or not they are truly organic, the cost of many organic products can be considerably higher than genetically engineered and processed foods.
However, it is still possible to find organic foods that can be purchased with existing funds. Doing so involves more than going to the grocery store and sifting through the items in the organic section. You really have to do a some homework first before you can find what distribution sources you can trust to produce truly organic food that has not been contaminated in some way. You also need to make a list of foods that will bring your body maximum benefit. Once you have a greater awareness of these things, you can begin to develop the specifics of an affordable diet.
We have provided a wealth of information in our Learning Center about what foods are best for the various systems of the human body. Many foods enhance vitality, while others help with detoxification of the body. Still others have been shown to reduce the risks of life threatening health conditions such as cancer.
We recommend that you consciously base your selections on a range of food groups that will specifically address the most important factors of health. Cleansing the body, boosting the immune system, improving blood flow and cell oxygenation, and preventing health conditions such as cancer rank at the top of the priority list. Once you have a clear awareness of what body systems you need to support, the process of choosing the foods to support those systems becomes a lot more focused.
Using the Learning Center as a resource tool makes it easy to develop an affordable diet. You can begin by researching a major body system or process, such as colon cleansing, and immediately find dozens of articles on organic foods that support body detoxification. You will also find information on what foods to avoid. This simple process of searching, reading, and bookmarking various articles will ultimately result in a master list of food products you can use to make purchasing choices.
From that point on, it is simply a matter of finding the right grocers who have products on your master list. Starting with natural and organic foods that fit within your budget, you can start eating healthy today. You do not have to add all the positives to life at once. If you immediately stop buying foods that can harm you, and spend what money you have on foods that will help you, you will have an affordable diet of all organic foods much sooner than you think.