US (OH): Diagnosis leads to organic foods and a local greenhouse

Bob Neapolitan was diagnosed seven years ago with a rare lung disease that doctors said would kill him in six months. That’s when he began researching and eating organic foods. He figured he would give it a try in the hope it might save his life. He credits the food, which is natural and not sprayed with chemicals, as one of the main reasons he is alive today. “The chemicals are the things that just are scaring me,” Neapolitan said. “Everything I’m eating was being sprayed, being waxed, so the organic food I tasted last year was just phenomenal. The taste is better.” While it’s a healthier option, it’s also more costly, he said.

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