Sisel Ingredients better than 100% Certified Organic?

Last Updated on February 24, 2016 by Katie Sisel Distributor

Sisel Product ingredients are they better than 100% certified organic?

Some of the Sisel ingredients are certified organic many are not.

However certified organic does not mean that they are better in fact study shoulders really no difference in active ingredients in organic or not.

When you certify them organic it greatly increases the price of the products and this would make many products financially out of reach for many people or companies to buy.

Most people don’t realize organic ingredients are highly contaminated especially with parasites and toxins that they themselves leave in the material so to be asking if something is certified organic is not as important as are the ingredients contaminated?

Have they been tested for impurities?

Are they of consistent high quality and potency?

These are the most important questions to be asking.

Sisel ensure product ingredients are free of contaminants and impurities and are of consistent quality and potency to ensure product consumers receive outstanding results every time they use Sisel products.

More about Certified Organic ingredients and produce

Studies have been done on certified organic ingredients and they have found they have so many parasites in them and the parasites are feeding on the organic material and leaving their waste i.e. poop as well as other toxins their bodies excrete so organic doesn’t mean that it’s healthier it can be quite unhealthy.

Debate on health: At the centre of the debate over organic farming are the growing public health concerns triggered by high morbidity and lifestyle diseases, especially in the United States.

Despite growing clamor for pesticide-free produce, doubts persist about the capability of organic farming to generate high yields.

Organic farming began finding momentum in Kerala since the unveiling of a policy in 2010 that set the goal of converting the entire agricultural production in the State to organic within 10 years.

That policy announced by the then Left Democratic Front government is now being fast-tracked by the present United Democratic Front dispensation. If public pronouncements of Agricultural Minister K.P. Mohanan are anything to go by, all of Kerala’s agriculture will take the organic route by the end of 2016.

Organic farmers and proponents of the concept are passionate about reviving traditional farming practices and methods, to save the soil and agricultural products from contamination caused by chemical inputs.

The organic farming policy of the government captures the concerns over adverse impacts of scientific farming. It states that farmers are now realising that they are fighting a losing battle with the “high-yield variety fertilizer-pesticide pack” of the Green Revolution. Revival of the traditional sustainable ways of cultivation is portrayed as the only way out.

It is perceived that agricultural production is contributing to several health-related and environmental problems.

As it is a proven fact that productivity of organic cultivation will be far lower than that more organic resources are required to ensure there is no substantial decline in productivity, organic farmers will be forced to sell their produces at premium prices unbearable to the common man, he noted.

In summary

People can get hung up on what’s, organic or not. Ask people what are they using now and get them to make comparisons for themselves. You can’t change peoples minds once they think they know.

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