Let me tell you a true story of two couples. They live in a house that needs no fans; even when it is a blistering 40 degrees outside. They let their land bloom and bear like a forest, without any interference. They have created a life close to nature. Moreover, the best benefit, they have not had to take any medicines in the last 17 years!
Doesn’t it seem a fairy tale? Read the full story at www.thebetterindia.com. It is time to look back our own existence and decide what we want.
Option A: A toxin free natural healthy lifestyle or
Option B: A clutter life of convenience at the cost of health.
Many people believe that natural living is expensive. Today we would like to highlight some facts briefly and try to draw your attention to details. Apparently it looks like organic and natural products are expensive than what is normally available in the market. Today we will see if it is worthy spending extra money to buy natural and organic products.
Often time it is observed that we have a notion of our buying habit; if it is cheaper it is good. At the same time it is also not meant that all expensive goods are good. However, this notion has eaten the majority of Indian consumers so badly that they are not even ready to see what damages they are doing to their life. They are ready to visit doctor 100 times and spend all savings for life. It is a consumer community mostly driven by price and discount tags to buy dumping products from the market. This habit not only affects their own life but also affects the environment and everyone who lives on this Earth.
Current toxic buzz in the market has sent an alarm to all conscious buyers to check the product in and out before purchasing. However, often time circumstances force us to use such things, which are unsafe. The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine indicates that regular use of sprays can increase our risk of developing asthma by 30 to 50 percent. However in TV ads sprays are a common pattern. It is found in studies that 17% of air pollution is found inside home. That means the product we use or keep at home in any form pollute the inside air.
Nowadays urban consumers spend triple the price for good health without finding it worthy. This way urban consumers put a great effort to avoid health issues happening later. Even sometimes people become too health conscious stopping the consumption of food outside home. We can find more examples that we keep our health at the first place in case of health related issues.
The feel good factor is most important. This modern life has given us lot of things, but at the same time, it has silently taken away some important aspect of our life. If we closely notice, we will find something is missing from our life while we compare our ancestors’ lifestyle habit; they were close to nature and used natural products.