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Healthier Living On A Budget With IHealthTree.com Coupon Codes

Author : David Stack


iHealthTree.com coupon codes have become a staple in my coupon collection since they came online. I'm no hippie, and there is no way I'll be doing without meat for the rest of my life, but I believe that going organic and putting in as much effort as possible to get in touch with nature and work with it with regard to our health and the health of our environment is the only conscionable thing to do.

After all, we are all on this planet together, and whether or not we're willing to face it, it's our responsibility to care for it.

A lot of debate has been going on about the benefits of organic products. Doing a little research on it myself I've come to find that while there is no hard scientific evidence that organic is absolutely better for you than regular food, there are definite benefits.

For one thing, organic products are more environmentally responsible. All true organic products are made with as few harmful chemicals as possible, and usually, if a manufacturer has taken the trouble to go organic, odds are that they are also into caring for the environment in other ways, such as recycling their byproducts and being more responsible for the disposal of their plant's wastes. They're also more likely to support free trade and have better labor practices as a matter of principle - though this isn't a hard and fast rule by any rate.

It's the difficulty and increased expense of taking additional steps that makes organic products a little pricier than regular, less environmentally responsible products. But the increase in price is well worth it, as you get products that are made with a conscience, and in a lot of cases, care and love. Besides, these days, there are many online coupons available for organic products, such as iHealthTree.com coupon codes, which allow you to avail of special discounts on products offered on the website.

A lot of people also argue that organic products taste better. Some people swear that they can actually tell if a tomato has been slowly ripened, sitting on the vine while soaking up sun. They say that naturally grown fruits and vegetables have more flavor, are sweeter, and more tender than fruit and vegetables that have been forced to grow in seasons when they aren't meant to, or are blasted full of chemicals to make them ripen ahead of time.

Finally, there are some proven benefits of organic products. Grown without chemical fertilizers or pesticides, the plants and animals that are the source of organic products are less likely to contain harmful elements that could affect one's health. This means that when you use them, you are also less like likely to ingest or absorb harmful chemicals into your body, which increases your likelihood for better health.


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