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NON TOXIC HEALTHY FOOD

ASSOCIAÃÃO IPÃ
ASSOCIAÃÃO IPÃ
1,006 Signatures Goal: 1,000

Conventional agriculture is responsible for the contamination of lakes, rivers, oceans and soils; it decreases the fertility of the soil and increases the dependence of fossil fuel energy, which is not-renewable, and is harmful to human health. Chemical products used in conventional agriculture accumulate in the human body, developing cancer tumors that grow slowly, not being possible the immediate relation with their causing agents. On the other hand, the experience with an ecological, natural, bio and organic agriculture offers higher nutritional food, containing a larger amount of vitality and duration, a higher yield and better flavors. Therefore it is appropriate that our efforts be guided toward the implantation of this paradigm in our planet. This is an initiative of GIPO (Organic Production Support Group), which is part of Ip

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    Aparecida Kida Sanches Brazil
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    Diego de Miranda Rodrigues Brazil
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    SANDRA LIESNER DOS SANTOS Brazil
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    Marina Perola Zerbjnato Jose Brazil
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    EDSON DA SILVA FARIAS Brazil
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    Hamilton Delgado Almeida Brazil
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    Denise Brazil
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    Paulo Marco Brazil
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    Osnely Vilela da Silva Luz Brazil
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