Ideally, you should always buy organic, but that isn’t always realistic. And you may be wondering:
Is organic really worth the extra cost?
Is there really that big of a difference?
Does it really matter in the end?
Well today is your lucky day because we’re going to help you decide once and for all whether or not spending more for organic is actually worth it in the long run.
To begin uncovering the truth about organics, let’s first take a look at how organic foods can actually help your body. Organics are:
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In case you still aren’t convinced that organic foods are much better for you than non-organic foods, take a look at this before and after organics case study…
To prove the harmful effects of non-organic foods on the body, Swedish grocery store chain Coop decided to perform a simple study with a local Swedish family.
For three weeks, the family’s diet would be strictly monitored. During the first week they would eat only non-organic foods, followed by completely organic foods in week two and three. At the end of week one and three, the family would provide urine samples to test for the presence of harmful chemicals and pesticides.
The results? The high levels of pesticides present after week one were essentially non-existent by the end of week three. Eating organic had changed the state of their overall health dramatically.
There’s no denying that organic foods are much healthier for your body than non-organics. From disease prevention and lower pesticide levels to protection from sun damage and overall increased energy levels, the overall organic effect is nothing but positive.
Make the switch and start consuming more organic products today!
While organic choices can be more expensive, you can balance out the cost by eating non-organic from the “Clean 15” list. That’s a list of 15 fruits and veggies grown conventionally but with far fewer (if any) pesticides.
On the Clean 15 you’ll find avocados, sweet corn, pineapples, cabbage, sweet peas (frozen), onions, asparagus, mangos, papayas, kiwi, eggplant, honeydew melon, grapefruit, cantaloupe, and cauliflower.