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Organic Shop in Chennai - Inorganic foods are foods that are grown using artificial fertilizers and pesticides. These fertilizers and pesticides are basically chemicals. When we eat these foods, the chemicals are transferred to our body and cause many health problems. - Preservatives are also added to the inorganic foods to increase their shelf life. These preservatives are very dangerous to the human body and must be avoided at all times. - The constant consumption of inorganic foods has resulted in the reduced immunity of the human body. For more info visit us at http://maatramorganicshop.in/bizFloat/59b8b108a425f70b4cb0ee42/Organic-Shop-in-Chennai-Inorganic-foods-are-foods-that-are-grown-using-artificial-fertilizers-and-pesticides-These-fertilizers-and-pesticides-are-basically-chemicals-When-we-eat-these-foods-the-chemicals-are
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Organic Shop in Chennai - Inorganic foods are foods that are grown using artificial fertilizers and pesticides. These fertilizers and pesticides are basically chemicals. When we eat these foods, the chemicals are transferred to our body and cause many health problems. - Preservatives are also added to the inorganic foods to increase their shelf life. These preservatives are very dangerous to the human body and must be avoided at all times. - The constant consumption of inorganic foods has resulted in the reduced immunity of the human body.
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Organic Shop in Chennai The results of the systematic review only showed a lower nitrogen and higher phosphorus content in organic produced compared to conventionally grown foodstuffs. Content of vitamin C, calcium, potassium, total soluble solids, copper, iron, nitrates, manganese, and sodium did not differ between the two categories.
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