Life needs diversity - Originally as plants existing in a wild state, the vegetables and grains we know today have been domesticated by the hand of man through their cultivation over many thousands of years, yielding as a result of this activity a huge range of varieties
Abundant testimony shows that individuals feel more content when they switch from conventional to organic or biodynamic food. Such a change is often accompanied by lifestyle changes. For example, many individuals stop smoking or become more active, thus making it more difficult to link observed improvements exclusively to the changes in nutrition. This study was designed to document any quantifiable or observable changes in individuals whose way of life remained constant while conventional food is substituted with biodynamic food. We looked for changes in physical and spiritual well-being, in intellectual acuity, as well as in the immune and digestive systems.