Seedless Fruit Pose as Healthy but Hazardous

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Seedless Fruit

Hybrid food is the cross-breeding of plants and fruits, as well as its unnatural way to produce fruits. Seedless fruit is a perfect example. Seeds contain the microscopic elements necessary to reproduce fruit. If you take away the seed, how is it possible for it to reproduce?

The seed is natures miraculous way for continuing the food cycle. In essence, the seed is the key to food reproduction without human interference. Whereas seedless fruit and vegetables cannot persist without human assistance and protection. Mother nature is perfectly capable of providing healthy nutritious food without the aid of man. In fact, human interference within the past century has rendered seedless variations imbalanced with lower nutritional values.

 

The seedless fruit option adds the convenience of not having to digest and consciously remove seeds as you eat. I’ll be the first to admit that it is a minor inconvenience, but as a living food, its sustainable process necessary. Seeds yield fruit and within the circle of life a tree produces and releases fruit when it is ripened. As the fruit is released from the tree limb by the assistance of a bird or another animal it falls to the ground. Rather it is eaten or it falls to the ground and goes through decomposition, the encapsulated seeds are released and deposited back into the earth to repeat the cycle.

So what happens if you remove the seed? How will it persist? This has become commonplace for fruits like grapes and watermelons. Two of which fruit is infamous for containing seeds.  By interfering with various types of seedless fruits it has become commonplace.

Seedless Fruit: Seeds of Deception

Hybrid foods have taken over the produce aisle. Some of the most common foods are; seedless apples, seedless pineapples, seedless citrus fruit, seedless grapes and watermelon, beets, carrots, corn, potatoes, celery, broccoli, cauliflower, cashews, wheat grass, soy, and white and brown rice.

The evolution of seedless fruit may seem trivial. The seed is Mother Natures way of supplying us with a perpetual food supply. Unlike man, her work is sheer perfection. Everything she has naturally provided for us contains all of the necessary vitamins, minerals, and nutrition, our body needs. In fact, our bodies are tailored to recognize, digest, and utilize every morsel of energy supplied by natures creation. Whereas food that which is birthed through human interference is plagued with imperfection. The nutrition of a hybrid food does not mimic that of a food that is birthed by nature. It has a reduced amount of fiber with a higher sugar and starch content. This makes the hybrid fruits taste sweeter.

Take Home

Why must we as humans always interfere with Mother Nature? Our existence and sustenance thrive on the natural law of nature. Mother Nature does not need to be improved. Every fruit, nut, and food source has its own nutritional elements that supply with the proper essential vitamins and nutrients. Our mere interference reduces the total intended nutritional value of the food. I invite you to take a minute to reflect on the essential need for seedless fruit. Aside from selfish convenience, there is no logical reason to create hybrid seedless fruit. When possible opt for seeded foods that come as nature naturally intended.

The grocers market is overly saturated with hybrid fruit.  Finding seeded grapes and watermelon has become a rarity. In fact, finding two seeded variations has become a rarity. I love and respect Mother Nature as she doesn’t function from an egotistical perspective. She merely functions based on the law of nature. It is only when man interferes that it affects natures balance. Unlike Mother Nature, man functions from a self-serving perspective. Selfish at best, man operates with self-serving ulterior motives that favor the few with complete disregard for the collective.

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