You are ready to go organic right! …What no one tells you

OrganicLately some words are flooding the market ,literally causing people to start heated debate on health and how they should take care of themselves ,blinded by the so many go natural,embrace organic products,eat clean phrases,the list is endless causing Panic all over.Organic being one of those words and yes we are almost going  organic everything,I have just been wondering… at what point do we tell the difference between real organic and the fake one,does anyone really take time to tell you. How about those treated with chemicals and pesticides which nobody talks about and we find them all over the stores and supermarkets labeled Organic.I don’t know how many of you have gone through some experience good or bad or have been wondering what to choose from so many options available.

HairRecently I decided to go “organic” on my hair with all the fuss about keeping it natural, I come across some products labeled natural and organic 100% ,forgive my ignorance but with all my excitement of trying things out, I took everything ,from oil to moisturizer to  hair food to spray name them, within a week my hair started falling off.It was a nightmare

The interesting part is that, most people will use organic and natural interchangeably which might not be the case……. From my little understanding “Natural” on a label means that it has no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives right…. .Organic on the other side refers to the methods or materials used to produce the ingredients for example …without the use of toxic persistent pesticides, GMOs, antibiotics, artificial growth hormones and stuff like that.. Imagine getting a combination of the two in a product, are on a health spree !!…apparently that was not the case with my labeled Organic and natural 100% it was a true meaning of disappointment

I believe we can change the whole narrative, by becoming true to ourselves and others. Be genuine, authentic and  willing to protect our planet.While everyone knows that companies are in business to make money, today’s consumers demand that the brands they buy from embrace a larger purpose.If you prove you are also there not only for profit but for impact, the customers won’t see you as just another business,they will see you as a genuine solution to a need they’ve had all along

By the way am not just talking about health organic products only,to echo Patricia Somers who said ,“when most people think of living organic, they think of food”. This means that you buy foods that are free from fertilizers and pesticides. However, you can live a more organic lifestyle in other ways too. You can use cleaning supplies that are made up of organic products, you can reduce the amount of waste you produce, and by finding ways to travel around without leaving a huge carbon footprint. Put simply, living an organic lifestyle means doing your best to live a healthy lifestyle while also doing your part to take care of the environment.

I wish to review this in near future probably if I get your views on how we can genuinely handle this issue of health,environment,eating clean,going natural yes and before I forget I need to mention Organic  too our buzz word that

Published by Betty Mully

Betty is a social entrepreneur, a business mentor, a life coach and a digital fun . Her greatest passion in life is to empower others, disrupt mindsets and help eradicate all forms of poverty through economic empowerment. She believes every individual has a unique story to share that will encourage others in their journey. She sees potential in each person's story and look for ways to bring that potential out with the aim of helping them become compassionate leaders with a sense of tolerance and global responsibility. She believes that the world has complex social challenges that can be solved through collaborative efforts Her initial entry to economic development and social change began 10 years ago when she started working in a Microfinance Bank and later left to found her own social enterprise a decision that has transformed her world view on the role entrepreneurship & leadership plays in making the world a better place.She believes that technology can be a big driver to solving social problems

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