Organic versus Inorganic: Health, Safety and Economics

Academic Paper, 2020

7 Pages

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In today's world, more people are becoming concerned regarding their diet. As people are becoming aware of diet and nutrition, they want to make the right choice. The choices that people's diet fall are either organic or inorganic food. This paper will compare both types of foods in terms of health, environmental safety and economics. It will also answer several stereotypes people have regarding both kind of food.

Food is an integral part of our lives, contributing essential nutrients for our growth and well-being. In today's agricultural practices, we encounter two main categories of food: organic and inorganic, the latter often referred to as conventional food. The debate between these two types of food has persisted for quite some time, encompassing considerations of health, economics, and safety.

One prominent aspect differentiating organic and inorganic (conventional) food is their impact on consumer health and safety. Health professionals and consumers have engaged in long-standing debates about whether organic food is healthier than conventional options. Experiments on animals have shown that diets comprising organic and inorganic components can have distinct effects on their bodies.

With growing awareness, people are increasingly concerned about their dietary choices. Many believe that organic foods are both safe and rich in nutrients. This belief leads some individuals to prefer organic over conventional foods, even though scientific research has found only marginal differences in nutritional value. It's important to note that individual health is influenced by various factors such as lifestyle and environment, making it challenging to attribute health outcomes solely to organic food consumption.


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organic, inorganic, health, safety, economics
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Haben Tekeste (Author), 2020, Organic versus Inorganic: Health, Safety and Economics, Munich, GRIN Verlag,


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