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what do you call people who only eat organic food? is there even a term for them?

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April 25, 2019 / By Azel
Question: people who dont eat meat are called vegetererians, so what do we call people wo only eat organic food?
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Wilda Wilda | 5 days ago
There is no term for that and vegans are just people who don't eat animals or any animal products. Vegan people don't have to eat organic food but many do to get proper and healthy nutrition.People who eat only organic foods are many times considered to be very health and diet conscience.
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Wilda Originally Answered: What do you think about the term "organic" being used to describe food grown or processed without chemicals?
They have to cal it something to distinguish it from those grown with chemicals. "Organic" is catchy and implies "natural" Frankly, I think it is more of a marketing tactic than anything else. Many people are willing to pay more for anything "organic" without really understanding what it means.
Wilda Originally Answered: What do you think about the term "organic" being used to describe food grown or processed without chemicals?
What I don't understand is why so many equate the word "Organic" automatically with"Harmless" Some organic chemicals are the most toxic chemical compounds known. Crude oil fits the definition of organic, so does horse crap, yet neither could be considered safe for direct human consumption! In addition, when a plant absorbs a specific nutrient, it's absorbing a chemical or an element; it doesn't care or differentiate whether it came from horse crap or the lab. It's all marketing, in my opinion. There's isn't always real science to back up the claims. And when you get down to the nuts and bolts of matter Or rather the moles and electrons, EVERYTHING is made up of chemicals and relies on chemistry to live. Plants are amazing chemical factories producing toxic chemicals that can kill us and nutrient rich chemicals that we call "vitamins" that nurture us. Our own bodies are filled with chemicals whether people are aware or not. Our bodies produce a wide variety of acids for digestion, chemicals for bone and tissue repair, our blood is amazing assortment of chemicals essential for our health, our bodies our wonderful little chemistry sets, better than any you can buy at toy shops! Again, much is marketing aimed at people who don't have a basic understanding of science and what the term "organic" means in science.

Sharleen Sharleen
No although considering the cost of organic foods unless they earn a good salary you could call them broke as most organic foods are priced significantly higher than non-organic and, in some cases at least, give little or no health benefits. In fact where I live a number of organic produce items have been recalled over the past few years.
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Ossia Ossia
no name as far as I know. there also isn't a name for folks who grow their own or who don't eat organic or who hate spinach.
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Ossia Originally Answered: help me please people call me anerexic and i want to put weight on !?
You shouldn't change yourself for other people. If they don't like you the way you are and judge you solely on your body type/weight, then that's their problem and they're the ones who should deal with it not you. One misconception that many people have is the fact that your weight doesn't determine your overall health. It's just one of the many measurements that doctors use to determine you overall health. So as long as you eat healthy foods and you get your physical activity then you're perfect.

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