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Naomi Macharia Profile

Spring onions, red cabbage, beet roots, potatoes, green peas, leeks, spinach, onions, artichoke and carrots are some of the products that Naomi sells at the organic farmers market. She owns a four-acre farm in Nyakainu and other areas around Naivasha too. She has been participating in the organic farmers market for over five years now. She learnt about organic farming from the Kenya Institute of Organic Farming, (KIOF). Since being taught about organic and learning the benefits of organic, she decided to shift to organic farming.

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Health benefits of Organic coconut Oil

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Coconut oil is one of the healthiest beneficial oils to the human body. The organic farmers market at the Purdy Arms Restaurant in Karen recognizes the importance of organic coconut oil and has vendors who sell a variety of coconut oil. Some of the types of coconut oil that our vendors sell at the market are compressed coconut oil, virgin coconut oil and cooking coconut oil. Organic coconut oil has shown immense positive health results when consumed or used on the skin, some of those health benefits include:

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Is Organic Food Expensive?

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“Organic food is expensive” is one of the excuses that most people give when asked why they don’t eat organic food. But how much do you value your life? How much is your health worth to you? While researching about this article, I read about a farmer who always responded to people who always complained about the high price of organic foods by asking them “Have you priced cancer lately?”

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Reasons Why You Need to Support an Organic Farmer’s Market

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While you visit the organic farmers market, there is a mutual benefit between the vendors at the market and the customers. As long as you keep making these visits every other week, you are providing support to the farmers market. Why don’t you invite your friends and family to the farmers market? After all, there is more than one reason you for you to support the market.

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