Paradoxically, eating a lot of granola and salad is equivalent to maintaining a healthy lifestyle; otherwise, everyone would be obese. Organic food has become a prominent element in all stores, which is rather noticeable. This is primarily due to people's increased desire to consume organic foods in order to reap all of the health benefits. When compared to conventional foods, there is strong evidence that organic foods contain greater nutrients and have fewer nitrates. When organic crops are compared to non-organic crops, a review of 400 published publications found that organic crops have higher levels of key minerals, vitamin C, and phytonutrients. Other than minerals and vitamins, phytonutrients are plant molecules such as antioxidants, enzymes, and bioflavonoids.
Plants and humans are both protected by phytonutrients such as antioxidants and polynutrients. Plants' ability to synthesise all of these critical plant chemicals is hampered by pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides. Plants will be unable to fight pests and illnesses if they are deprived of nutrients. Organic farmers, on the other hand, help to build these vital nutrients in the soil by feeding the soil and regenerating the plants' natural defences against disease and pests.
According to a study comparing antioxidant levels in organic and conventional fruits, organic foods have higher levels of Vitamin E and C, as well as other antioxidants. Finally, they arrive at a conclusion by positing that organically cultivated fruits produced more antioxidants for insect defence and repair than fruits grown without pesticides.