Grow Your Own Food

History of thousands of years of human migration tells us that homo sapiens have always been in search of better locations for living their lives. Better in terms of food security, ecology, law and order etc.  The process of migration which began  70,000 years ago, when homo sapiens moved out of Africa, continued for 40000 years. History notices it as first wave of migration.

History has observed several such waves of human migration.

Urbanization can also be seen as one such wave , which began in England during Industrial Revolution and is still hitting the shores of various countries across the world.

India is no exception !

During last 20 years as many as 200 million people have moved out of villages in India, leaving out their age old profession of agriculture and have settled in metro/industrial cities.

We can assume that urbanization has given a better quality of life to human beings  but at the same time humans have paid a huge price for this better and comfortable life. The worst is that we are gradually losing our self sustainability and self dependency and thus making our lives more and more dependent on others.

We are now more dependent on others than ever for fulfilling our daily requirements. During the course of entire human history we are now having the largest percentage of human population on earth which doesn’t even know how to grow their own food.

Have you ever wondered, when we don’t grow our food, we have to “buy” it from the market; and when we “buy” food , it becomes a business commodity; and every business commodity follows one basic principle; more volume, more money !

At this very point a farmer is turned in to a businessman, who is seeking and ensuring a larger volume of his produce; by any means ; by hook, or by crook !

Not a bad approach for a “businessman” , but a farmer…. with the same approach ? ? ?

Apparently this is the reason why Indians prefer to call it agriculture and not agro-business. This is a horrible term !

Anyways, so the point is that this “greed” is the fundamental cause of chemically treated fruits and vegetables.

We can conclude that we are forced to consume poison in our food, our health is at risk, because our farmers have turned in to the businessmen !

Solution?

It is simple and easy !

“GROW YOUR OWN FOOD” !

No matter how come !


For the residents of Chandigarh, Panchkula & Mohali Shop Apni provides all kind of support for growing organic vegetables in your backyard. For more inquiries you can visit their website : www.shopapni.in or call 8054555196/97

Is Your Dairy Toxic ?

Dairy products are one of the most common foods consumed around the world. Some cultures survive on diets consisting of up to 80% raw cow, goat, &/or sheep milk. In the western world, however, dairy has become one of the most inflammatory foods. A recent discovery shows that a genetic shift in the casein molecule has produced a powerful toxin linked to numerous disorders and diseases.

Milk contains two primary protein molecules: whey and casein. Casein makes up about 80% of the protein in the milk. Casein is made up of 209 amino acids strung together in sequence. The 2 primary forms of casein are: A1 Beta Casein and A2 Beta Casein. These 2 are nearly identical in structure except for the amino acid at position 67. A1 contains histidine while A2 contains proline.

The bond between histidine and its linked amino acids is much weaker and much more easily broken than the bonding of proline in A2. This splitting happens during the digestive process and creates a peptide called beta casomorphin 7 (BCM7). BCM7 is an opioid which gives it morphine-like qualities. This creates rampant oxidative stress in the gut and blood stream.

BCM7 is a 7 amino acid peptide that is resistant to degradation. It takes very strong immune responses to break this molecule down effectively. This immune response often takes place in the gut and causes digestive distress and leaky gut syndrome. The most susceptible individuals are those who already have digestive problems and infants who naturally have increased intestinal permeability.

When BCM7 passes into the bloodstream it is able to cross through the blood brain barrier. In the brain, it can bind to opioid receptors and causes symptoms of schizophrenia, autism, and other mood and neurodevelopmental issues. Research performed on rats has shown autistic and schizophrenic type behavioral changes after the rats were injected with BCM7.

A1 beta casein and its byproduct BCM7 have also been linked to cases of type I diabetes, digestive disorders, neurodegenerative disorders and heart disease. These issues have the most supportive evidence linking them to A1 beta casein. This does not mean that A1 beta casein isn’t associated with other health disorders as well.

It can be quite challenging to enjoy dairy products and avoid A1 Beta Casein in the western hemisphere. You certainly have to look for specific breeds of cow that will not be labeled at the grocery store. A1 beta casein is produced by cattle belonging to the Bos Taurus subspecies which is the primary breed of cattle in the western hemisphere. The Guernsey breeds produce only about 10% of their beta casein as A1 while the Jersey breed produces about 35%. The Ayrshire, Holstein and Fresian breeds tend to produce 50% or more.

To sum up, quality can be compromised for quantity. We have to be extra careful for what we consume as our food.

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Shop Apni  delivers pure A2 milk of indigenous cows to it’s customers in Chandigarh, Panchkula, Mohali, Zirakpur and Agra(UP).  

A2 Milk “As Good as Mother’s Milk”

Story of Milk

Well there is no story of milk, there are only facts !

Milk, once regarded as an elixir has turned in to a white poison these days. Adulteration in milk doesn’t surprise us anymore, somehow it has been accepted as a part of our destiny.
Long ago when milk was used not to be a commercial item, and when cattle rearing was not a business, there was no point of adulteration in the milk. Adulteration basically is a result of human greed which emanated post white-revolution. Apparently the evil concept of “More production, More Profit” ruined everything. Our journey with milk should be seen in different phases….
1. In first phase there was no business of milk, either families used to exchange it against some other goods or it was their own produce as most of people were having their own cattle at home.
2. In the second phase, when farmers were encouraged for more production and various cooperative dairies were being established, human greed played it’s role and farmers started to add water to their milk for more volume and hence more money. It didn’t stop here, rather it was just a beginning of adulteration in milk.

As the companies started to purchase milk on the basis of it’s fat content, farmers started to add refined oil to increase fat content. Detergent is used to as an emulsifier in order to obtain stable emulsion. What we need to understand that milk is not just a chemical solution as described by modern dairy technocrats(terrorists) . Such notorious perception is created by education mafia to keep the public away from the Truth. As soon as you perceive milk as a chemical compound your conscience allows you for further experimentation on milk which ultimately leads to adulteration.

Once I asked a question to General Manager of one of a reputed dairy brand “will you pass the sample of milk if it satisfies all you parameters of fat, SNF, protein and RM strength, but there is no MILK in that solution”, his reply was straight and simple “Yes” !
This phase is still going on and people are either forced to consume poisoned packaged milk or they are deliberately consuming such chemical solution in the name of milk due to it’s cheaper prices.
3. Well the third phase is even more dangerous. People are fed up of adulteration and they are looking for purity in milk, our governments started to promote dairy farmers. They were given loans and various subsidies under government schemes for raising foreign or hybrid breeds of cows such as HF and Jersey. Sadly their milk is also not even worth calling “milk”. As I said in the beginning , Milk is an elixir for us, but for westerners milk has never been that important part of their diet. Reason being, milk of foreign breed cows is A1 class of milk which is not suitable for human consumption. Most suitable milk for humans is A2 type of milk which is given by our indigenous breeds of cows such as Sahiwal, Belahi, Kakrej and many others. As soon as we woke up to this truth we observed that our indigenous cows have either been slaughtered or they are completely removed from our country through by crossing these breeds with foreign breeds. This realisation drives us in to fourth phase….
4. In this phase we have resorted to the same milk we used to consume during phase one, though the commercialization still remains intact. Many small dairy farmers are tying up with various online companies across India, which are not only making the people aware of harmful effects of A1 type of milk but also supplying A2 milk to these aware consumers. They are not only selling milk but also making efforts to protect and conserve our indigenous cows. After recent Jalikattu controversy, more people, groups and companies are coming forward for the same One such company is Chandigarh based company called ShopApni http://www.shopapni.in
The interesting part is that the same milk once we paid no prices for is now being sold at almost double prices than the regular(packaged/adulterated) milk. For example 80 Rs per ltr on http://www.shopapni.in/milk
Who- is responsible for this? White revolution? Crooks like Verghese Courien? India Gandhi? USA? Or some other conspiracy? I reckon we ourselves are responsible for our plight and nobody else.
Packaged milk is no less than slow poison, A1 milk also leads to various diseases in children as proven in recent studies. The only genuine milk in the world is milk of Indian cows. Alternate can be buffalo’s milk , goat’s milk in some cases and none other.

About us

Shop Apni is an Online store which delivers the items of your daily need like fruits, vegetables, milk & dairy products and bakery items at your doorstep.

Currently we are operating in Chandigarh, Panchkula, Mohali, Zirakpur and Agra

In India, most of the food items (Vegetables, Fruits, Milk, Flours, Spices etc) that millions of people consume on daily basis are adulterated and impure causing incurable diseases and shortening their life span. In the present day, People are becoming aware and are willing to spend extra money to buy pure and natural items.

ShopApni’s unique concept guarantees the same at affordable prices.

To address these problems, ShopApni has introduced a concept which builds trust, ensures purity, increases house hold entrepreneurship hence creating a self sufficient city based network that makes the consumers inter dependent instead of being dependent on producers.

How?

1. Within a city we enable people grow organic vegetables in their backyards and those are sold to the consumer with the information about where it was grown.
2. We encourage people to make unadulterated and natural spices, pickles etc at home and we buy from them. Same method is used for bakery items.
3. A2 Milk of Desi Cow is being produced under the guidance of our veterinary doctor and our supervision to ensure purity, customers are provided a copy of lab test reports on regular basis. Consumer now knows that the items they are buying have been produced at home or a farm within their own city and they can verify it anytime for their satisfaction.

It’s a win-win situation for all as it brings good healthy food, work, money and peace of mind to our lives.

At ShopApni, ‘Purity Comes First’.

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