Consuming fresh fruit and vegetables daily may reduce the risks of some diseases and ensure better health. It makes sense to consume fruit and vegetables that have not be sprayed with toxic pesticides. However, if organic food is not accessible, then consuming conventional fruits and vegetables is far better than consuming non at all.
The Environmental Working Group's (EWG) shopper's guide to pesticides helps you to determine which fruits and vegetables have the most pesticide residues and which have the least.
The fruits and vegetables that rank the highest in pesticide load are commonly called The Dirty Dozen, and the Environmental Working Group (EWG) advises that the following fruits and vegetables have the highest amount of pesticide residue. The Clean Fifteen is included due to the fact that they have a minimal amount of pesticides.
The Clean 15
Here are 2 great places we recommend you buy your organic produce
Harris Farm Market
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