Organic Is Better Than Conventionally Grown Food

Rich Donahue

Hello, my name is Rich Donahue and I’m the author of this blog. I live in Pierre, SD and I enjoy making my own FRESH fruit and vegetable juice. My motto is, “There’s No-Thing Better For Your Body Than FRESH Fruit And Vegetable Juice!”. I have studied Natural Health for years and enjoy the outdoors immensely. Please join me and have fun juicing!

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6 Responses

  1. Don Toivola says:

    When I first started juicing I bought my veggies from the grocery store. Just plain veggies. I found a farmers market down the street from me that takes place every Saturday. Local organic farmers bring their fresh produce in for sale. It’s amazing to taste the difference in my juice when using organic. Plus I’ve noticed there is much more juice when using organic. I will always use organic from now on when I juice.
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  2. Jake Warner says:

    Great article! The more I read about non organic food the more I just want to grow my own vegetable garden! Did you hear that in the US, apples are now allowed to be genetically modified? They want to make them not turn brown when you leave them out! Seems like such a silly idea!
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  3. Totally agree, organic fruit and vegetables are better for us and even taste better. I had no idea though that organic some organic food contained so many more antioxidants! Thanks for the information.
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