Let’s go back to organics
BEFORE 1950 our food was grown in soils rich in natural minerals, giving what we ate goodness and a beautiful taste.
Now through modern chemical farming methods our flavourless, mineral-poor food increases the incidence of diseases.
If our food was rich in natural elements our bodies would keep well, mend themselves and we all would do and feel much better, visit the doctor less often, saving money and giving time to more important and enjoyable things.
Yes, our supermarkets are full of beautiful looking shiny fruit and veg of all types from around the world but we seem to have forgotten something along the way ... nutrition.
Good organic mineral rich food should not cost more. It should be a basic right of every Australian not something in a special department at an inflated price. It is not difficult to grow mineral rich crops organically, as seaweed that grows in every ocean of our planet is a natural fertiliser. Grahame West. Ravenshoe