Dear DIAL Readers,

I would like to talk to you about the difference between organic and in-organic foods. According to  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health America is the 28th healthiest country to live in. That’s horrible! We can all agree that America should rank in the top ten, at least! Well, the only way to change this is for citizens to eat a healthy and well balanced diet, while exercising at least 30organic-v-inorganic minutes a day.

But first, how do you know what to eat? The internet has too many websites and books that detail what types of food are “bad” or “good” for you, yet the publishers never nail down a concrete diet plan.

I’m here to alleviate some of your worries and explain the difference between organic and in-organic foods. The lable “organic” signifies the way farmers grow and process their agricultural products, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy products and meat. These organic farmers do not use conventional methods to fertilize and control weeds. In-Organic foods are genetically modified in a lab to produce an ex-amount of quantity for the consumer.

In my opinion, organic foods are exceedingly better for your body because they are natural, whereas genetically modified foods could lead to illness.

Trust your judgment and eat smart, kids!


Ashley Womack