There has been ongoing debate in the food world about organic versus non-organic. What’s better for us in the long run? How dangerous are the pesticides used in conventional growing? The questions keep coming and the matter can be confusing at best.

We all want safe and nutritious food, but does the organic label really deliver and justify the added expense?

Well, up until now there hasn’t been concrete evidence to support either side, but now we may have some better answers.

Boise State University in Idaho took up the challenge to settle the score when it comes to organic and non-organic food in terms of pesticides. This time around, the results are clear.
Organic really is better for your health

Consider buying organic to reduce your exposure to pesticides! Researchers found significantly higher pesticide levels in urine samples from people who consumed non-organic fruits and vegetables.
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