Why HARAI Uses Only Certified Organic Crops
There are many benefits to a diet rich in organic grains, fruits and vegetables, though we naturally think first about the relative purity of these crops. Produced without the use of synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides or pesticides, organic crops have absorbed no toxic residue – or, at least, greatly reduced amounts.
Most people agree that this is the foremost advantage of organic foods. The causal link between lymphoma and glyphosates is now beyond doubt, as we have seen in the recent lawsuit awarding billions of dollars to plaintiffs suing manufacturers of Roundup, the best-selling herbicide containing this agent as its active ingredient.
But there are other important reasons to avoid chemically-treated crops, reasons that have nothing to do with the dangerous effects of chemical toxins in our bodies. The most important might be the higher nutritional value of organic crops.
Research has shown that crops produced organically are significantly richer than commercial crops in phytochemicals, plant compounds that include flavonoids, anthocyanins and other polyphenols. As recently as 2019, the Huffington Post quotes a nutritionist discussing the higher levels of antioxidants in organic vegetables, referring to these same nutrients. In fact, evidence shows that organically grown produce is 20-40% richer in this group of micronutrients, which is known to fight cancer, aging and inflammation, and to support the immune system.
Because HARAI is an extract taken from all parts of 32 fruits and vegetables, including the skins and seeds, where they are most abundant, HARAI uses only organic crops for its production. After 24 months of fermentation with the ITO Probiotic®, the organic nutrients in HARAI are ready to deliver new vitality and health to your digestive system.