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What’s wrong with our food, and why is our immune system weaker these days?

Almost everyone is aware that vitamins are essential for the body, but unfortunately, these substances are found in ever-decreasing amounts in food, so we are forced to make up for the lack of need elsewhere. In the following lines, I present 5 factors that have dramatically reduced both the vitamin and mineral content of foods.

  1. Seeds: it is now almost impossible to get original “our grandmothers” type of seeds, in fact, there are companies (such as Monsanto) that directly expropriate marketing rights, creating a kind of “monopoly” situation for themselves. The seeds needed to grow corn and soybeans can only be obtained from monopoly giants, which are known to have undergone a genetically modified procedure (GMO).
  2. Irrigation water: Many people are also aware of the level of deterioration in the quality of our drinking water and the extent to which it is contaminated with various chemicals or even undecomposed medicines and possibly hormones as a result of soil leaks. Environmental standards, in a nuanced way, still protect the interests of influential tycoons, although there are positive steps forward in this area. And if tap water is used for irrigation, it is full of chlorine derivatives and mold spores. Unfortunately, none of them are good for our food crops. Using tap water is now noticeably damaging the structure of our hair and skin, and more than once we can experience dry, cracked skin complaints. Do you think plants love chlorinated water? Hmm…
  3. Air: Plants also breathe, which is an important part of assimilation. Air pollution is getting worse and more dangerous year after year, registering multiples of the permitted limits in many areas.
  4. Soil: We used to feed the land naturally, using natural manure from farm animals that was full of nitrogen. This is why we called it good “fatty” farmland, which was a valuable breeding ground for crops. The composition of the soil bacteria was also different and there was a strong decrease in quality due to the harmful soil leaks.
  5. Spraying: In the old days, my grandfather used natural “beetle killers” that naturally protected plants from unpleasant parasites, which is unfortunately not the case today. One of the major disadvantages of large-scale cultivation is the use of aggressive, highly toxic materials for easier handling and greater benefits.

Do we really need mineral and vitamin supplements?

The answer is yes. The above factors strongly influence the nutritional value of our plants, both in terms of their mineral and vitamin content. These facts greatly support why our bodies need nutritional supplements to function properly.

However, there is another problem that we must not overlook: the incorrectly under calibrated vitamin and mineral recommendations. Unfortunately, the norms are kept artificially low, with far fewer daily recommended values than we would actually need, without realizing the ever-increasing demands. Due to our lifestyle, the demand for nutrients has increased, which is not taken into account. Not only do these micronutrients regulate basic physiological processes, but they also play an extremely important role in compensating and counteracting adverse environmental effects, free radicals and other harmful effects on our body, such as air pollution, electro smog, toxins in food, electromagnetic fields (4G, 5G), multiplied stress hormones, etc. All these would call for the intake of excess micronutrients, to compensate for these harmful effects. But instead of taking in more, we reduce the amount of quality nutrients, and even the norms are kept low, such as 80mg of vitamin C as Recommended Dietary Allowance (downright funny). Additionally, there are cases when the body’s need for vitamins is fundamentally higher, for example in case of illness or pregnancy.

The factors mentioned above are one of the reasons for our deficient immune system and weakened body. It is not the amount of food that is wrong, but the lack of nutrients in it. Our stomachs are not hungry, but our cells are.

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