Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) October 10, 2012
Colle Farmers Market recently commented on the health benefits that eating organically has for children according to a report published on sheknows.com. According to sheknows.com, organic foods can have a positive and wide range of benefits for the young consumer. “While evaluating the relationship between organic diets and conventional diets, a study published in the British Journal of Nutrition found that among 815 two-year olds, those who consumed organic dairy products experience decreased eczema and wheezing than those who consumed conventional dairy products,” reports sheknows.com
Sheknows.com continues with some illuminating points about the broad spectrum of benefits eating organically can offer, specifically in children, stating that fewer incidences of mental illness and ADHD occur in children who primarily consume organic foods. David Sandoval, founder and CEO of Purium Health Products, told sheknows.com that there's a relationship between diet and disease. "Everything the human body needs to live a long, disease-free life has been provided by the Earth," Sandoval says. "Initially, it's going to take some discipline, but switching to whole, unprocessed and, preferably, organic meals will cleanse the body and help in re-harnessing the power of your own mind."
Colle responded to the sheknows.com article with applause. Colle’s mission is to bring an organic lifestyle to every household. Colle supports the importance of maintaining a healthy diet for everyone, especially growing individuals. Eating organically can help with the development of our children and Colle stands firm in establishing an organic community that everyone can be a part of.
Colle is an E-Commerce enabled farmers market community that is motivated when it comes to sustainable consumption and responsible conservation. The Colle movement is dedicated to connecting natural product vendors, organic farmers and all people who are living an organic and natural lifestyle with the ultimate goal of using more sustainable farming and consumerism.