yeah, why does something which costs less to grow and doesn't employ huge manufacturing infrastructural synthesis of non-ecofriendly toxins, end up costing the end user more.
haha... I guess because they need less money in the end to pay for medical bills and the social system has to extract your money some how
we're talking accumulative heavy metal poisoning for example, things which build up if done persistently then BAM... you are an iron quigong. but no... the objective is neither better or worse in the same constant, as change is the good variable.
If you do the same thing over and over, like a flow of water down a river never ending... the same sediments will collect and never leave the same places... but if there is a flood of change, even if this goes back to the same constant after it has changed. Then things are flushed away.
Yes there are good and bad instances, but my answer is, being less likely to ingest a constant toxic tinge is a good thing.
An exacerbated version of this 'change' is popping an aspirin... but with organic changes, most are based on circumstantial instances, this is why humans pull these things out of anomaly and reproduce the phenomenon endlessly.. so exposure to benefits are not based of humble and nature based lifestyles... but the mind is endlessly overstimulated, overwhelmed and warning signs are NEVER relevant or relative.
Colorful packaging, saturated tastes, combobulated smells... all from such a substance-less and often indigestible mass.
Apparently Microwaves do as much food damage in 30 seconds as 3mins of boiling...
BUT... the boiling is only damage if the left over water is thrown away as the molecules burst into the water people throw out. Where as a microwave changes proteins into something the body cannot use. (well and boiling organisms to death/irradiating one energy form with another)
Like B12 analogues which fill all the places the vitamin would be used, but are not active.
So I mean... in what context is there no difference between organic and irradiated food.
In what way is it not better or worse for living off.
I doubt we've deviated enough thus far and mutated enough for the native environment to be injurious to our being, but maybe we have...
Maybe these chemicals only kill off things we no longer rely upon,
maybe these things it kills are in conflict with us now we no longer relate to them.
Humans do exist on a micro-bacterial level. As we are, and the environment ~P~.