After establishing that organic living involves making decisions that promote both individual and environmental health, the next question is how to can one practice this lifestyle? The following are some guidelines.
Eat organic foods. By this, you opt for foods that have were not produced with the use of fertilizers, insecticides, pesticides and meat that from animals that have not been enhanced by hormones. Eating these foods promotes your health since organic foods are praised to be more nutritious. It also preserves the environment from harmful chemicals that mix up with the soil and eventually get to the water table.
Grow your organic foods. You can do this in your front or backyards, and it will save you money. Use only organic seeds and in place of harmful fertilizers, use compositing as this will enrich the soil and help retain moisture.
Use organic beauty products that are made mainly from essential or natural oils such as olive and jojoba oils. It will reduce the harm caused by using products with chemicals that get into your body through the skin.
Use organic cleaning solutions for your house. Many cleaning supplies are full of toxic chemicals. There is, however, good news in that you can make cleaning agents out of most fundamental products in your home. A good example is baking soda that can be used to clear grease by just mixing with water. Other home products such as vinegar, lemon juice, and salt can also give cleaning remedies.
Go green and look for eco-friendly products that wouldn’t do your body harm, and that won’t harm the environment and this way you be living organically.