Why should you go organic? Is it just a status symbol or is it really better for us? Is it really better for the environment? Such questions seem to be lingering in the minds of consumers who would like to do the right thing for their health and for the environment.

While the classic definition of organic living may not be appealing to the average consumer, the need of the hour calls for a revolutionary change in the consumer's perception of chemical farming. India saw a revolution in the 60s popularly called the Green Revolution which many scholars thought changed the fate of the Indian farmer. It welcomed about immediate changes such as high volume of agricultural production thanks to the high yielding varieties seeds and chemical pesticides. But the boom has turned out to be a bane 50 years later. Scientists say that these pesticides have a high content of neurotoxins. Ironically, these chemicals were used to a toxic nerve agent during World War II, but since there was no longer a need for them in warfare, it was adopted to kill pests. The revolution had a host of other harmful effects on the environment, it has caused air, water and land pollution.

These powerful adverse images that the Green Revolution thought about calls for a change in the way we are living. It's high time that we eat real food and not pesticide factories. It's high time we go organic. It's to think beyond to reach out to the future generations and to make our planet a better place to live.

Many consumers' think that shifting to an organic lifestyle is tedious. It's not! Imagine growing food crops in your balcony or terrace with no chemicals involved, and with a technology that ensures that your plants get the right amount of water without you constantly monitoring them? It is as easy as it sounds. If you are one amongst the consumers who believe that this change is vital to save our planet then go organic today by taking the simple step that can redefine life.

From what you eat to the cosmetics you use going organic is the first step that can transform our lifestyles to the make our planet a more sustainable place to live.Sustainable not just for our generation but for the future generations as well. So make that first step today, think beyond one day benefits, think long term, think future.