Healthier Soil, Healthier Food

Healthier Soil, Healthier Food

The quality of the vitamins and minerals in our food varies depending on a variety of factors.

One factor is the soil in which the food is grown.

Nutrient-rich soil is essential for producing nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables.

However, many soils have become depleted of essential minerals due to overuse and the lack of proper replenishment.

Another factor is the way in which the food is grown and transported.

Conventional farming practices often involve the use of pesticides, herbicides, and synthetic fertilizers, which can strip the soil of its natural nutrients and lead to produce with lower vitamin and mineral content.

Additionally, the transportation and storage of food can further reduce its nutritional value.

To get the most out of your diet, choose foods that are grown in nutrient-rich soil and to try to consume them as soon as possible after they are harvested.

Fertile soil is rich in live microbes which encourage soil pH balance, clean up toxicity, provide natural nitrogen, sequence carbon from the air and lock into the soil all to make your food source super-healthy. With live microbes in Earthfood there is up to 40% more protein in picked fresh above ground greens. And no chemicals within cooee.

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