One mistake people often make is buying items labeled with the term "Natural" and thinking they are choosing a much healthier option. I hate to break it to you but the term Natural or All Natural has no regulation on it. Meaning anyone can use this term without any consequences. They can flat out lie to you. All natural has became a hot marketing term used to sell products to a population trying to choose healthier options but might be trying to save by not buying organic.
So why is organic better? Choosing organic is always your best option. Unlike the term natural, organic does have strict regulations they have to go through for it to be certified as Organic. I was born and raised in the Central Valley of California, and the big chicken company there is Foster Farms, kind of like Tyson is here. Well Foster Farm's slogan was "Naturally", it was on the side of their trucks, billboards, commercials, everywhere. What's wrong with that? What's wrong is that there is nothing natural about Foster Farms, they inject all their chickens with hormones and antibiotics. They keep them cooped up in inhumane quarters, it's gross. But what does that term mean? Naturally what? Vague isn't it? But what does it instinctively make you think? That it is natural or better for me. That's called good advertising.
Don't be fooled by advertising. Sometimes the front of products will say with natural flavors, made with real fruit juice, or natural and artificial flavors.(notice natural comes first in the sentence) But when you start to read the ingredients in the back, it's full of toxic ingredients. Always chose organic when possible, and remember you typically get what you pay for.
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