Are you wondering which foods to buy organic?
While not everyone can agree that buying food organically grown is healthier, no one can argue that they don’t contain fewer pesticides, antibiotics and hormones.
By definition, buying food with the USDA organic label means the product was grown free of chemical pesticides and chemical fertilizers, was not treated with antibiotics, and contains no additives. In addition, for a food to be labeled organic, the food can not be genetically modified or irradiated.
Start by buying these 14 produce items organically grown to greatly reduce your exposure to chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
Change to buying these four meat and dairy products organically grown, and you can reduce the number of antibiotics and growth hormones you are exposed to daily.
MEAT and DAIRY:
Finally, if you are purchasing baby food, buying organic protects your baby from harmful pesticides that can interfere with infant development.
The lists aren’t long and you probably don’t buy all of these items every single week. This list is meant to get your started on an organic diet. As your budget allows, it makes sense to make sure the items you buy the most of each week are also purchased organically grown.
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