Great News About Deformed Fruit & Vegetables: Discover 4 Amazing Health Benefits

Great News About Deformed Fruit & Vegetables: Discover 4 Amazing Health Benefits & also to your Budget

Great News! About Deformed Fruit & Vegetables!

Discover 4 Amazing Health Benefits

Not to Mention the Benefits to your Budget!

I have great news for you about Deformed Fruit and Vegetables with how they will benefit your Health. Do you remember as a kid going to the fruit and vegetable shop with my Mum, and we would pick out the best-looking fruit and vegetables. I guess because they were supposed to be the Best for Quality. Quality but what about your Health – Here I want to share with you “Why Deformed Fruit and Vegetables are Good for YOU!”

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About Fruit & Vegetables Grown in Australia!

Did you know that deformed fruit and vegetables that come straight from the Australia grower to you are free from toxic chemicals and poisons. Not to mention human waste and other contamination that occurs in the water source in overseas countries. If you are purchasing your fruit and vegetables from the supermarket, it can be somewhat confusing as to their source. It is important that if there isn’t a clear answer that it isn’t Australian Grown. Fruit and vegetables that are imported from overseas have a wax coating in order to prevent them from deteriorating.



Deformed Fruit & Vegetables –

4 Amazing Health Benefits

1. Why! Fruit with crusty lesions on it!

For example, Apples with these crusty lesions on them believe it or not are healthier for you. Apples contain nutrients called phenolic acids, these improve our ability to eliminate fluid, also they help protect your immune system, therefore fighting bacteria. Protecting us from cancer. Scientists have proven that due to these crusty lesions is it apparent that fruit has survived pests and fungus and provide you with more nutrition. Crusty is Better!!!! Another great fruit here is your pear.

2. Why! Deformed Vegetables & Fruit

You will find more often than not; the fruit and vegetables are more likely to be organic if they are deformed. Organic farmers grow their produce without the use of pesticides, fungicides and other chemicals. This is why the majority of organic produce is rejected from large supermarket chains.

To grow the perfect fruit and vegetables that are worthy to reach supermarket shelves farmers must resort to using chemicals in the growing of their produce.
In regard to the element of nutritional value, the less use of chemical pesticides has been proven that the vitamin therefore health benefits of the fruit and vegetables is far greater. Apart from the harm that ingesting these chemicals can cause you, you are also not getting the full nutritional value of the produce.

3. The Impact this has on the World Globally

You know the saying that “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”- ” A deformed apple a day will keep the CO2 emissions away. I know a little trivia there, but it is true and very necessary for us to be aware of this.
So by including these not, so well-formed fruit and vegetables into your pantries and fridges a large percentage of CO2 emissions will be avoided. These fruits and vegetables are key to understanding food waste and the affects it has on the planet as well as society.

Every year 18 million tonnes of food is taken to the landfill, this is just in the UK. This includes products such as expired meat, milk, bread. The majority of it however is discarded fruits and vegetables. Excess apples and salad vegetables are what is taking the biggest toll. These are just the emissions released from the landfill itself.

It’s all a price too high for food deemed to get rejected for cosmetic considerations, while 795 million people in the world are hungry and undernourished.

The good news is more and more businesses are paying attention to the issue. Supermarkets like Tesco, ASDA and Whole Foods are encouraging their clients to buy “wonky” fruits and vegetables by reducing prices and increasing shelf visibility. The thing to remember, though, is that the power is always in the consumer.

4. How to use Deformed Fruits & Vegetables that are overripe

I know I have been guilty of this, throwing out of fruit and vegetables that are too ripe or don’t seem fresh enough to cook for the evening meal. I have learnt since that they are great added to a smoothie and because of the ripeness they have more flavour. Especially bananas! Another secret too, is to use these by mashing the vegetables together. For extra flavour you can add onion or garlic. I find that smoothies make a great start for the day, especially if you are time scarce in the morning.

Now obviously if the produce is past the point of no return, set yourself up a compost bin, this is easy and a great way to fertilize your garden. Even if you only have a small garden or potted garden. It is very effective.

I hope you Enjoyed this Short, yet hopefully informative article. Share it with your family and friends.
I Guess a Great Way of Looking at all of this is that – No-one or Nothing is Perfect. It is within the Imperfections that we find True Potential this goes for our Fruit and Vegetables as Well.

“Bon Appetit: To a Healthy Life”

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